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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Foreign remittances see 35 percent drop
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Arab News JEDDAH: The remittances sent by foreigners to their families fell by 35 percent or SR5.5 billion during July, down from SR15.8 billion in June to SR10.3 billion in July. July marked the lowest volume of remittances in 41 months since February 2013. According to data released by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA), foreign remittances this July fell 19 percent compared to July of 2015, the equivalent of SR2.4 billion. As for transfers

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District wise Overseas Employment from BD from 2005 to 2015
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Post of Milon in Beshto Website বাংলাদেশের প্রবাসীকল্যাণ মন্ত্রণালয়ের অধীন জনশক্তি, কর্মসংস্থান ও প্রশিক্ষণ ব্যুরোর তথ্য বলছে, ২০০৫ থেকে ২০১৫ সাল পর্যন্ত ৫৭ লক্ষ ৭৪ হাজার ৫৪০ জন বাংলাদেশি

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Report of IFAD on “Global Forum on Remittances and Development 2015” (GFRD) in Italy
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Official Report of IFAD on "Global Forum on Remittances and Development 2015" (GFRD) in Milan, Italy. News and pictures of BASUG Side Event on GFRD can be seen on Page 58 of the Report. To read the full report, please click here GFRD 2015 -Final REPORTby IFAD

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Saudi lifts ban on Bangladesh workers
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Star Online Report The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Labor and Social Development lifted the ban on the recruitment of Bangladeshi workers as of Wednesday, reports Arab News. The ban which was in force for the past six years excluded the Bangladeshi domestic help. Bangladesh Ambassador Golam Moshi told Arab News that this is good news for all prospective workers from the country. From now, Bangladeshi migrant jobseekers will be able to find jobs in Saudi

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Bangladeshi Workers abroad face hard time
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Porimol Palma and Belal Hossain Biplob, The Daily Star Mizanur Rahman, a mason at a construction firm in Saudi Arabia, is worried about losing his job. His employer has recently expressed inability to continue some of the ongoing projects due to financial crisis. The lone breadwinner of a five-member family from Faridpur cannot even begin to imagine what would happen to his family if he loses the job. “We are not getting our wages for the last

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BASUG workshop on “Improve Safety and Health Compliances of RMG Workers held in Berlin
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vu3xUd02VM&spfreload=5

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