Nepal Israel Friendship Society

Israel –An Overseas Employment

The Himalayan country Nepal and the State of Israel established their formal diplomatic relations on 1 June 1960. Since the establishment of the relations, both countries are enjoying excellent state of trust. The relations between the two countries have been based on goodwill, mutual understanding and cooperative attitude. There is an atmosphere of tremendous understanding for mutual benefits at the people's level as well.

We can have a glance on Nepal-Israel relationship-which although, is a fast grown relation, especially in the manpower sector. Israel has been the most popular destination for most migrant Nepalese workers for better paying jobs. Over past few years, the State of Israel has greatly impacted Nepalese Employees and preferred very much because they are comparatively calm, patient, sincere, loyal and hardworking.

Israel is a financially booming country and most of the work in the care giving and agricultural field has made good employment destination. Nepalese people started seeking employment in Israel as a caregiver or agricultural personnel since many years.

We can outline each of the work aspect in factor as follows:

1. Caregiver
Among the total population of Nepal 75 percent, select Israel as their first working destination. Likewise, at present thirteen thousand people are totally employed as a caregiver. According to one estimate, every month around 65 crores money enters Nepal as remittance and the increasing numbers of labor migrants have been sustaining Nepalese economy. Youths between the ages of 25-45 represent the total labor force. Of this group, some percent, are facing a problems like:

1.1 Statement of problem

  1. New and ever increasing flow of Nepalese workers has made it difficult to manage the problems, as most of them do not know their rights and duty.
  2. These people, in most of the cases, are cheated by Manpower agents and agencies in Nepal and by the employer in Israel.
  3. On the one hand, it has become a very good opportunity of employment for semi skilled Nepalese workers and on the other hand, unmanaged supply of labor force has aggravated the foreign employment scenario.
  4. The domestic maids are subjected to various forms of physical and psychological torture and maltreatment, including humiliation, verbal insults and sexual harassment. They are aware that if they complained, they would be deported to their country and deprived of a livelihood.
  5. This result in cultural gap, and is one of the major factors, which lead to quarrels and disputes.
  6. Complaints are often lodged by domestic maids whose sponsors do not provide sufficient food, proper accommodation or medical treatment.

1.2 Our mission

  1. To launch a training center in Nepal with permission of Embassy of Israel under Israeli supervision.
  2. To design free training packages in international standard by appointing Israeli instructors to ensure a 100% match to job specifications.
  3. To provide guidelines to the Nepalese employees in order to assist them in foreign country as well as to provide the platform for both the caregivers and the care receivers.
  4. To organize different seminars and planning through wide ranges of national and international organizations.
  5. To urge the government of Nepal to initiate its effort to improve the situation by amending its law and strict implementation of existing legal provisions.
  6. To find out the problems and to provide suggestions and recommendations on the basis of the study through our helpdesks.

2. Agriculture
Agriculture has dominated the economy of Nepal. We are not being able to focus on irrigation, the use of fertilizers and insecticides, and the introduction of new implements and new seeds of high-yield varieties. The lack of distribution of these inputs, as well as problems in obtaining supplies, however is inhibiting the progress of Nepal. Although some new agricultural technologies helped increase food production, there still is room for further growth. Nepal produces Rice, wheat, millet, barley, sugarcane, tobacco, potatoes, oilseed and medicinal herbs etc.

Whereas, Israel is the country making the desert bloom. Its success lies in the determination and ingenuity of farmers and scientists who have dedicated themselves to developing a flourishing agriculture in a country, which is more than half desert, thus demonstrating that the real value of land is a function of how it is utilized. Israel's flourishing agriculture is due to continuous, application-oriented research and development.


2.1 Statement of problem

  1. Nepalese are unsuccessful in trying to increase agricultural production and diversify the agricultural base.
  2. Lack of technology and research institutes
  3. Lack of modern equipments, tools and resources
  4. Environmental degradation--ecological imbalance resulting from deforestation--also is preventing the progress.

2.2 Our Mission

  1. To send Nepalese for training and research programs in agricultural subjects for identification of new export opportunities .
  2. To participate in agricultural projects and research collaboration for quality assessment, testing and training for any type of agricultural products.
  3. To bring in the technology of farm model of Israel for healthy growth of the farming sector in Nepal.
  4. To open a farm house on our own land applying the technology of farm model of Israel.
  5. To utilize the land of Nepal to achieve maximum yields and improving crop quality by agricultural planning, research and marketing.
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