16 January 2019 - 11 Shevat 5779 - י"א שבט ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Israel to welcome more Nepali workers E-mail

Officials from Nepal have indicated that the government of Israel has shown positive intent towards receiving more Nepali migrant workers as caregivers from this year.

During a recent meeting with officials from the Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE), officials from Israel’s Embassy in Kathmandu hinted that the country might accept 500 new caregivers from Nepal in 2018. DoFE Spokesperson Mohan Adhikari commented: “Israeli officials said they would release a demand for 500 Nepali workers -this means more Nepalis would clinch jobs in Israel, which is one of the most sought-after foreign employment destinations among Nepalis.”

Israeli officials will set some conditions before allocating the proposed number of jobs they told Nepali officials to upgrade caregivers’ training and the training curriculum.

They also sought a revision of the existing service charges that workers pay before securing employment in Israel.

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