Migrant Forum in Asia
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Email: mfa@mfasia.org | Website: www.mfasia.org

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Support Systems for Bangladesh Migrant Workers 2018

Support systems are vital in protecting and promoting the rights and welfare of migrant workers in countries of origin, transit, and destination. These support systems are usually provided by Ministries of Labour and Foreign Affairs. Ideally, services such as pre-departure and post-arrival orientation, document authentication, shelter, legal assistance, complaints mechanism, and repatriation should be available for workers during the entire migration process. However, because of gaps and other challenges, civil...

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Support Systems for Indian Migrant Workers 2018

Support systems are vital in protecting and promoting the rights and welfare of migrant workers in countries of origin, transit, and destination. These support systems are usually provided by Ministries of Labour and Foreign Affairs. Ideally, services such as pre-departure and post-arrival orientation, document authentication, shelter, legal assistance, complaints mechanism, and repatriation should be available for workers during the entire migration process. However, because of gaps and other challenges, civil...

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Support Systems for Nepalese Migrant Workers 2018

Support systems are vital in protecting and promoting the rights and welfare of migrant workers in countries of origin, transit, and destination. These support systems are usually provided by Ministries of Labour and Foreign Affairs. Ideally, services such as pre-departure and post-arrival orientation, document authentication, shelter, legal assistance, complaints mechanism, and repatriation should be available for workers during the entire migration process. However, because of gaps and other challenges, civil...

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Support Systems for Sri Lankan Migrant Workers 2018

Support systems are vital in protecting and promoting the rights and welfare of migrant workers in countries of origin, transit, and destination. These support systems are usually provided by Ministries of Labour and Foreign Affairs. Ideally, services such as pre-departure and post-arrival orientation, document authentication, shelter, legal assistance, complaints mechanism, and repatriation should be available for workers during the entire migration process. However, because of gaps and other challenges, civil...

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On-Site Support Systems for Sri Lankan Migrant Workers, 2016

Sri Lanka maintains on-site services for its migrant workers abroad primarily through the Ministry of Foreign Employment and its embassies in popular destination countries. The services are enhanced because of its self-financed migrant welfare fund. The 24-hour service is managed directly by the Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment. Some noted gaps in the services include: a lack of comprehensive documentation for service procedures, lack of coordination with host authorities...

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On-site Support Systems for Overseas Filipino Workers, 2016

  The Philippines has employed a One-Country Team Approach policy to promptly and efficiently respond to the welfare of OFWs as provided by RA 8042 and enunciated by Executive Order No.74 and RA 10022 . The policy expects all government officials from different departments must act as one team under the leadership of the head of the Post . The four main ministries involved are Department of Labor and Employment-...

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About Us

MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia who are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers.

It is guided by a vision of an alternative world system based on respect for human rights and dignity, social justice, and gender equity, particularly for migrant workers.

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Central District, Diliman,
Quezon City 1100
Philippines

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