The dangers of leaving Nepal to find work

The program ‘Our Organization’ is one of the most popular programs of 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR). This program has been airing every Sunday for 5 years. In this program, the vision, mission and goals of local government and non-government organizations are discussed. This is a way to share with local communities, organizations that they are there to help with legal employment opportunities and safe travel options.

Nowadays, human traffickers are using foreign employment as an avenue to trap the young Nepali boys and girls. Because of Nepal’s low economic status, unemployed Nepalese younger generations are compelled to choose to go for foreign employment services. Seeing the vulnerability of Nepalese people, many employment companies are now being registered. According to government statistics, every day around 1,200 to 1,500 young Nepali people are flying out of Nepal through airports. Some of them are sent by illegal agents or human traffickers.

Palav [name changed] was invited as a guest speaker. Being a work force company officer, he has sent many Nepalese in various foreign countries. There was good discussion on the foreign employment issue and the challenges faced by foreign migrant workers. At the end of the discussion he has promised to report any trafficking incidents he finds in his industry by agents who have been influenced by traffickers to lie to girls. It is hoped that inviting such personalities in our radio program and airing their voice helps makes them responsible in their work.

PHOTO – Anjana KC [in the dark blue top] is an advocate for women and was also interviewed this past quarter in the ‘Nepali Daughter’ radio program.

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