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Workshop on Awareness Building and Skill Development of Bangladeshi workers
August 18, 2015, 5:33 pm
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The Embassy of Bangladesh in Kuwait organized a workshop on Awareness Building and Skill Development for the expatriate Bangladeshi workers in Kuwait on 12 August, 2015 at the Multipurpose Hall of the Chancery building. A large number of Bangladeshi general workers, managers, supervisors and few sponsors participated in the workshop. The workshop provided useful information to Bangladesh expats for understanding and resolving problems of Bangladeshi workers at the work places in Kuwait.

Abdul Latif Khan, Counsellor (Laour) presented a short presentation about Kuwaiti labour law, Kuwaiti domestic workers law, Embassy activities and other measures adopted for the welfare of the labours. Later, H.E. the Ambassador invited questions among the participants. The participants raised and discussed many relevant issues in the workshop. The Ambassador heard very attentively from workers, managers and owners regarding problems of expats of Bangladesh in Kuwait. He also requested the managerial staffs to ensure health awareness of the general workers through their owners. He emphasized their timely salary, leave and other welfare issues.  

At the end, H.E. the Ambassador Major General Mohammad Ashab Uddin, ndc, psc (Retd) highlighted various related issues to participants in the workshop. In his speech, he mentioned that the workshop on issues is vital for enhancing working skill in their respective work places and adherent to local and labour laws strictly by all. He expressed his intention to organize a similar seminar and interaction on a large scale in the near future. He finally thanked the participants and all concerned for the successful arrangement of the workshop. 

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