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Welcome to BAIRA


BAIRA is an association of national level with its international reputation of co-operation and welfare of the migrant workforce as well as its approximately 1300 member agencies in collaboration with and support from the Government of Bangladesh. BAIRA believes in the ultimate goal of reaching the stage for a "NO VISA" world, where any member of human race could move to any place in pursuit of his trade or employment. Meanwhile, we are keeping in view the worldwide wave of economic recession arising out the turmoil resulting from the 11th September tragedy in the US. But we are hopeful that the human civilization will emerge in a new world, where peace and prosperity will prevail.


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History & Background of BAIRA .

Bangladesh Association of International Recruiting Agencies (BAIRA) is one of the largest trade bodies in Bangladesh affiliated with the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), the apex body on Trade & Industry, established in 1984 with a view to catering  the needs of the licensed recruiting agencies who are engaging themselves in promoting manpower market abroad and deploy a good number of unemployed Bangladeshi manpower in various foreign countries after imparting necessary training.

Currently BAIRA has about 1000 Government Approved Recruiting Agents as its member.


Manpower is one of the major national resources of Bangladesh. About 35 million people constitute this vast reservoir of manpower. Fortunately Bangladesh is steadily turning her manpower into an asset through training and skill development with a view to meeting the needs of a modern economy. It is not possible for Bangladesh to absorb the full range of available unskilled, semi-skilled and professional manpower within the country in an appropriate manner and hence the need to find employment opportunities for them abroad till her economy could absorb them locally. There are also a number of foreign countries who are in need of importing manpower from other countries. Today Bangladesh is considered as a good source.