Several years of handling cases of migrant rights violations has taught Yubraj that the cause of so many problems can be attributed to a lack of information and misinformation. He sees a great need for reliable labor migration information to be circulated for the good of the migrant workers themselves and for labor migration practices. While he’s already co-founded the Center for Migration and International Relations (CMIR) to advocate for the rights of migrant workers and their families in Nepal, he has big plans for the future. With the Accountability Lab’s help, Yubraj plans to set up Pravasi Suchana Sathi (Migrant Information Friend), to provide just that labor migration data he’s found to be lacking. This open data initiative will reduce corruption, false information, and allow migrants to exercise their rights.