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Ami Probashi, A2i, BRAC to ease migration services

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Ami Probashi, A2i, BRAC to ease migration services

Ami Probashi, A2i, BRAC to ease migration services

Ami Probashi in collaboration with the A2I project of ICT Division, has hosted a transformative training session aimed at enhancing the digital capabilities of entrepreneurs spearheading Probashi Helpdesk initiatives at Union Digital Centers nationwide.

The three-day workshop concluded at LGED building auditorium in Dhaka recently, said a press release on Thursday. The workshop signifies a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to streamline migration processes and empower grassroots entrepreneurs, says a press release.

Building upon the successful MoU signing ceremony between Ami Probashi.Ltd and the ICT Department the training session brought together over 300 enthusiastic entrepreneurs from diverse regions of Bangladesh.

These entrepreneurs, instrumental in bridging the gap between rural communities and essential services, received comprehensive training to effectively leverage the innovative solutions provided by Ami Probashi.
Throughout the three-day workshop which concluded on the 11th of June, attendees gained invaluable insights into utilizing the Ami Probashi platform to revolutionize the migration journey for aspiring migrants.

With a focus on eliminating intermediaries and ensuring transparency, entrepreneurs were equipped with the tools to safeguard migrants from fraud and exploitation. Notably, the training covered must-have essential services such as BMET Registration mandatory database registration for all migration-related services, Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) a basic training for a prospective migrant worker along with easy certificate acquisition from the platform itself.

Ami Probashi CEO Namir Ahmad Nuri said: "In partnership with A2I and BRAC, Ami Probashi aspires to cultivate the largest skilled talent pool in Bangladesh, facilitating direct access to overseas jobs for rural individuals without relying on or paying middlemen."

Prime Ministers Office Director General (Executive Cell & PEPZ) Shahida Sultana said that the country need to be service oriented to assure vision of smart Bangladesh for which; we recognize the vital role played by Union Digital Centers in delivering essential services to rural communities.

A2Is Joint Project Director Molla Mizanur Rahman praised Ami Probashi app saying that the platform has many types of features and services.

"We often don know how many people are going abroad or who is being recruited in which sector. Once this information reaches the public, they will no longer have to face harassment and will be able to travel abroad legally," he said.

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