Majority returnee migrant workers have suffer to get reintegration loan

Most of the returnee migrant workers are suffering to apply for the reintegration loan, provided by the government for their livelihood plan...

RMMRU projects decline in remittance inflow for 2021

Bangladesh may see a decline in remittance earnings next year as the outflow of workers abroad declined drastically in the current year,...

Brac Bank strengthens digital financial channels for migrants

Brac Bank has announced a strategic initiative in order to improve digital financial services for Bangladeshi migrants who are working abroad and...

KSA agrees to extend iqama by 24 days for Bangladeshis, Biman to operate...

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has accepted a request from Bangladesh government for extending the visa tenure and work permit for...

World Bank to support urban youths, migrant returnees with $150m project

The World Bank (WB) is set to provide $150-million to create employment opportunities for low-income urban youths and migrant returnees and raise...

NRBs are allowed to enjoy FDR & DPS against remittance

The Bangladesh Bank issued guideline on Sunday, asking the country’s scheduled banks to introduce deposit products in the taka for non-resident Bangladeshis...

60% families of migrant workers’ surviving on loans with less food intake: RMMRU study

About 60 per cent of the male migrants' households are surviving mostly on loans during the Covid-19 pandemic period as they fail...

Malaysia stops hiring new foreign workers in this year

Malaysia will not hire any new foreign workers until the year's end, the country's leading newspaper The Star reported quoting its Human...

74pc returnee migrants fail to bring remittance home: RMMRU

The majority of returnee migrant workers surveyed failed to bring remittances home from their job destination countries, a study revealed on Monday....

98% of internally migrated women workers lose jobs

About 98 per cent of internal women migrant workers are struggling to procure sufficient food, as they have lost jobs because of...

IOM and KOICA join hand to fight human trafficking in Bangladesh

International Organization for Migration (IOM) has signed an agreement with Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to launch a five year project on...

KSA hires 74% of outbound workers in January

Bangladesh is now heavily dependent on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) for overseas employment, as other traditional job markets reduced or...

Qatar will hire only skilled labour from Bangladesh

Qatar will not hire semi-skilled workers from Bangladesh, said expatriates' welfare and overseas employment secretary Md Salim Reza on Thursday (February 06)....

100,000 workers were deported in 2019

More than 100,000 Bangladeshi workers were sent back from abroad last year due to overstay and scarcity of jobs among other reasons.

Labour migration to fall by 10% & Remittance to rise by 17% in 2019:...

Despite increased inflow of remittance in 2019, labour migration from Bangladesh has declined by about 10 percent compared to the previous year,...

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