The NGO called Issara Nepal has launched the Ujjwal Sapana app for Nepali migrants working abroad. The app will be helpful for disseminating various latest and relevant information related to employment.
Rajeev Pokharel, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security, and Dr. Liza Randy Taylor, Executive Director of ISARA Institute, jointly launched the app at an event organized by the National Network for Safe Migration in Lalitpur on Tuesday.
‘Ujjwal Sapna’ is a smartphone app designed to provide detailed information on labor laws and rights, manpower companies, employers, service providers, daily updated information, and news for migrant workers and foreign job seekers.
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What is Ujjwal Sapana app?
‘Ujjwal Sapana’ is a smartphone app designed to provide in-depth information on labor laws and rights, manpower companies, employers, service providers, daily updated information, and news for migrant workers and foreign job seekers.
The app can be used in Burmese, Khmer, and Nepali languages and find information about Nepal and its destination countries. In the launch program, Joint Secretary Pokharel said that foreign employment is compulsory for Nepalis.
Laxman Basnet, Secretary General of the South Asian Regional Trade Union Council, said that the government’s criteria should also be included in the app.
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Hari Bahadur Karki, Chairman of the National Network for Safe Migration, said that this app will help bring everyone to one place.