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Cives Mundi and Aecid

Cives Mundi started their work 1986 as a non-government development organization at Spain. Cives Mundi is a non-profitable, social secular and nonpolitical organization. Cives mundi works to develop Spain society village, area and about all general development for country such as cooperation to create awareness. Main subject of Cives Mundi to improve personal ability and structural of country to develop poor lives. CBOMSA is working with Cives Mundi and Aecid from 2011. BOMSA received some funding support from Cives mundi And AECID for policy advocacy work. A series of advocacy meeting on migrants rights were successfully conducted by BOMSA in different intervention areas and at the ministry level. Mass awareness campaign on safe migration was organized in Rupgonj and Dhaka districts (Nababganj). BOMSA conducts pre-departure orientation, bazaar and community meetings on womens safe migration. Media is also strongly addressed through Cives Mundi and AECID funding.

Government of Bangladesh (GoB)

BOMSA works closely with GoB at the policy level. The organization works as a pressure group to lobby on women migrant workers rights. Policy Advocacy- BOMSA was actively involved with the Bangladesh Migration Development Forum (BMDF) in developing the Bangladesh Overseas Employment Policy (BOEP) which has been approved and adopted by the GoB. BOMSA also collaborated with the GoB in producing Nari Poripotro (special guideline) to address women migrants issues. The organization collaborates in GO-NGO partnership. BOMSAs active participation is observed in celebrating 18 December (International Migrants Day) and other important days related to migrants rights. BOMSA is actively involved in facilitating safe migration in collaboration with the GoB in the Technical Training Centers (TTC) and District Employment Manpower Offices (DEMO). Migration cost-Reducing migration cost to ease and promote more women migration from Bangladesh is addressed by BOMSA in any discussion forum. BOMSA organized and facilitates series of dialogues with GoB along with recruiting agencies and migrants associations. Fair wage and remuneration for Bangladeshi women workers is another advocacy issue on which BOMSA has been recently quite vocal in different forums.
The General Assembly, taking into account the large and increasing number of migrants in the world, proclaimed 18 December International Migrants Day (resolution 55/93). On that day, in 1990, the Assembly adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (resolution 45/158). Member States, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations are invited to observe International Migrants Day through the dissemination of information on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of migrants, and through the sharing of experiences and the design of actions to ensure their protection.

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