The Problem Now
Every year throughout Asia, millions of men and women migrate to find work needed to support their families. This migration process is fraught with challenges ranging from non-transparent placement practices to inadequate education.
Employment agencies often deceive and manipulate the placement process for their own financial interests and even if a job placement is successful there is inadequate resources available for migrant workers to advance their skills and livelihood.
Unless action is taken, over the next century, these problems will become exponentially larger and negatively impact the development of countries throughout the world.