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Re-integration with Livelihood Options

Migrants do not just send remittances home to support households, but often plan to use their funds for their own future economic activity in home country. This can be one of the important measures to help sustain country's economy and further contribute to the development process of the nation. Realizing the immense capacity of returnee migrants in development of country, PNCC has been working to promote entrepreneurship among returnee migrants' networks across the country. PNCC focuses on empowering and engaging returnee migrants in a sustaining enterprise through providing training programs on enterprise development, facilitation on technical training on skill enhancement, market study and research, capital generation and mentorship programs for aspirant returnee migrant entrepreneurs. For this, PNCC coordinates with major financial institutions, technical training providers, established entrepreneurs, market research institutions and economic think tanks.

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179 Nepalis Rescued from Human Traffickers , 20 Feb, 2019

A total of 179 Nepali citizens—147 women and 32 men—who were rescued from Manipur, India, brought to Kathmandu on Wednesday and these human traffic survivors have been kept in various shelter homes for now. For more information, please click the following link.

Study explores plight of Nepali female migrant workers in Gulf countries, 07 Jan, 2019

5 Jan, 2019, Kathmandu: The findings of the study showed that raising awareness among female migrant workers could make a change in their working lives.


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