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PNCC is a membership-based organization. Having fulfilled certain criteria and assessment from membership committee, either a returnee migrant or a migrant with valid visa in a destination country can be eligible to hold its membership, which has to be renewed once a year. PNCC has 400 members to date out of which 36 members hold status of being general convention representatives. Our members contribute to the overall success of the PNCC, while striving to achieve its mission. The work of PNCC is overseen by its Executive Committee (EC), which is made up of seven executive members, being three positions compulsorily filled by female members. Each member on the EC completes a three-year term on the EC. PNCC is highly supported by indedicated team of staff members at Central Office, District Offices and International Centers. Besides, it regular memberships, PNCC also holds networks across Nepal and major destination countries. These network members informally form and function to support work of PNCC from their level. PNCC works as a secretariat for those networks.
PNCC centrally operates from its central office at Anamnagar Kathmandu and its policy level interventions are primarily focused in Kathmandu and Lalitpur districts. PNCC has been working in various strategic locations across the nation. In 2012, PNCC expanded its institutional landscape and now has seven Migrant Resource Centers in different districts of Nepal namely, Chitwan, Jhapa, Kanchanpur, Mahottari, Makwanpur, Palpa and Rukum. Similarly, two migration information centers in Sarlahi and Khotang districts under Safer Migration (SaMi)/HELVETAS project have been backstopped since 2012. PNCC has wide spread networks of Nepalese migrant workers and Diaspora in the destination countries, specifically in Bahrain, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the U.A.E. In 2012, PNCC started working from Doha, Qatar through an outreach center for providing facilitation services on access to legal aid to distressed Nepalese migrant workers.