Connection created with migrant workers returning from Thai-Myanmar border with jobs

UMFCCI General Secretary Daw Khaing Khaing Nwe met with International Migration Organization, Mon and Kayin State Chambers of Commerce and Industry from 29 to 31 March in talking about overcoming difficulties in the private sector including migrant workers issue at the successful completion of the workplace-based multiple volunteer (malaria) refresher course.
IOM Chief of Mission Mr Dragan Aleksoski discussed the situation of migrant workers at the Thai-Myanmar border and cooperation in migrant workers issue, encouragement for safe, orderly and legal migration.
UMFCCI has been providing aid for enhancement of skills and creation of job opportunities for migrant workers.
Officials of Mon and Kayin State Chambers discussed mutual benefits by informing and connecting with the returnee migrant workers in the private sector.
They also discussed assistance for returnee migrant workers and their families to do business on their own, raising awareness about infectious diseases, need for sharing knowledge and cooperation from the entrepreneurs.
Next, they focused on development of MSMEs and brother associations to participate in Corporate Social Responsibilities following the Governance guidelines.—Aung Myint (IPRD)/KZL

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