Network of Homebased Workers
in South Asia

Celebrating International Home-Based Workers’ Day


On the occasion of International Home-Based Workers’ Day, we would like to congratulate all the home-based workers around the world for working under extremely poor conditions and earning an income; their contribution to the products used and consumed by us; and their contribution to the national economy and the GDP of the country. We would also like to recognize the contribution of our member organisations and many such membership-based organisations who are ensuring decent work for home-based workers.

International Home-Based Wokers’ Day marks the anniversary of the Kathmandu Declaration passed in the year 2000. The Declaration recommended all the countries to form a national policy for home-based workers.

 

Kathmandu Declaration


 

The year 2016, also marks 20 years of the passing of ILO C177 , Home Work Convention.

 


   ILO C177

 

This year HNSA alongwith WIEGO organised the Global Conference of Home-Based Workers, which resulted in the Delhi Declaration, which provides with an action plan for implementation of C177 and ensuring decent work for HBWs.

 


Delhi Declaration

 

Today, on the occasion of the International Home-Based Workers' Day, home-based worker from across the South-Asian region have sent their demands. Please see the below space for their brief stories and demands.



Nepal

India

Pakistan

Srilanka

Maldives

Bhutan

Bangladesh