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Demand Analysis on Remittances in Nepal Nepal receives a staggering amount of US$6.9 billion annually in remittance inflows. The fast-growing digital economy in Nepal hold the potential to create new opportunities with the remittances flowing into the country. Together with Laxmi Bank, we ...
UNCDF, (2019)
Development Towards The Agricultural Sector IOM promotes policy dialogues to support the Govt. of Nepal in mainstreaming both economic and social benefits of migration into national development policy and hence contribute on its efforts towards achieving the development targets set by the Agen...
IOM, (2016)
Labour Migrant Returning from Qatar Mr. Nil Kumar Magar from Okhaldhunga district, is a labour migrant returning from Qatar. On average, every day, approximately 800 Nepalis leave the country through formal channels to work abroad. Returning migrants not only bring remittances but also...
IOM, (2019)
Promoting Informed Policy Dialogue on Migration, Remittance and Development In Nepal Migration from Nepal is not a new phenomenon, but it has been on the increase in recent years, with the majority of flows consisting of low-skilled migrants moving to Malaysia or the Middle East for temporary work contracts in such fields as construc...
ILO, (2016)
Nepal Development Update Remittances at Risk During 2015, and in the span of six-months, Nepal was hit by two major shocks. The first one was the April 2015 earthquakes that caused a huge loss of life and assets. The second shock has come in the form of a near complete disruption of external tr...
WB, (2016)