By Usha Wagle Gautam
Nepali embassy recently organised an interactive programme with the title of ‘Challenges of Nepali Migrant Labourers and Role of NRNA” in association with Non-Resident Nepali Association—National Co-ordination Council (NRNA-NCC) in a bid to promote economic diplomacy between the two countries. Working papers on ‘Comparative Study of Hiring Nepali Workers on Direct and Contract Basis’ and ‘Service Costs Provided by Employees to Licensed Recruitment Agencies’ were presented during the programme.
Professor Ramesh Prasad Koirala, Ambassador of Nepal to Qatar, and Mani Ratna Sharma, Chargé d’affaires at the embassy, were present during the programme. Nepali community members and stakeholders also attended the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Professor Koirala said the programme was organised to share ideas on labour management and to bolster creativity among Nepali diaspora. The ambassador further said that the embassy would continue to support the programmes organised by the community for the welfare of Nepali workers and for better bilateral relations.
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