migrant workers Bangladesh

The water tank with many holes

The man eager to pay back his debt is becoming a rarity. Yet, he represents the hardworking, honest Bangladesh that can bring real change to the system.

Remittance is once again our saving grace

There is still scope to increase remittance inflow through the official channel

Stop harassment of migrants during medicals

Why do the authorities keep failing to protect migrant workers at every step?

We need skilled workers for higher remittance

Potential there, political will needed

Returnee Migrant Workers / Maimed, many are left in the lurch

As Bangladesh sends tens of thousands of migrant workers abroad each year, scores return home prematurely after suffering various injuries or illnesses in the host countries

Robbing the migrants blind

Employers, host countries must be held accountable for wage theft

What is killing our migrant workers abroad?

Bangladeshi authorities must hold destination countries accountable

Remittance lowest in seven months

Despite a surge in the outflow of migrant workers, remittances to Bangladesh declined 11 percent year-on-year to $1.54 billion in September, the lowest in seven months.

Simplify process of loan disbursement for migrant returnees

Probashi Kallyan Bank must serve the unique needs of our remittance warriors

August 12, 2022
August 12, 2022

Do our remittance earners deserve such disrespect?

Airport and Biman officials must provide quality service to all

August 1, 2022
August 1, 2022

Remittance inflow rises 11.76% to $2.09 billion in July

Remittance flow to Bangladesh rose 11.76 per cent year-on-year to $2.09 billion in July, a development that would bring some relief for the country that is struggling to keep its foreign currency reserves in a healthy shape.