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Inspiring Story of an OFW from Pampanga that became a Dual Citizen

A simple lady from Guagua, Pampanga, Philippines graduated with a degree in Midwifery and from then on, her dream to work in the medical field led her to become an OFW. Her life is a combination of happiness and sadness but she never lost Faith and Hope. A veteran of many culture and traditions, people who truly know her consider her a successful OFW. The way she holds on to her Faith and how she handles trials will give all of us the inspiration to do well and survive. Her…

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357 List of Recruiters for Domestic Workers with Facebook Accounts per POEA-MC 3, S. of 2015

Updated list of recruiters for domestic workers with Facebook account per POEA-MC 3, S. of 2015 Obligasyon ng mga recruiters na tugunan at aksyonan ang anumang isyu na idudulog sa kanila patungkol sa kanilang deployed domestic workers. Pakisumbong lang po kung sino sa recruiters ang dedma sa inilalapit sa kanila. 1. 7107 Islands Placement & Promotions Inc 2. 818 International Manpower Corporation 3. 10th Story Placement Agency, Inc. 4. 1st Northern International Placement Inc 5. 2000 Miles Placement Agency, Inc. 6. 5 Star Recruitment & Manpower Corporation 7. A.S.H. Manpower International…

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Filipinos in Kuwait Kabayan Info News 

Kuwait Authorities Plan a Crackdown on Residence Law Violators

Kuwait: Al Qabas daily reports that this coming April, the Kuwait security authorities in collaboration with the General Department of Security Forces plan to crackdown on residence law violators from various nationalities. Moreover, according to the the security authorities there are 150,000 expats violate the residence law — 4.3 percent of the total population, Al Qabas daily added. Giving a breakdown, the authorities said the Indians come in first place with 20,000, the Bangladeshis 19,000, the Sri Lankans 14,000, Ethiopians 10,000, Filipinos 8,000, Egyptians 7,000, Syrians 6,000, Indonesians 5,000, Nepalese 4,000…

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Months Without Salary 100 OFWs Survives by Friends Help and Fresh Chicken Feet

Hundreds of Overseas Filipino workers along with other nationalities stopped their work with a local construction company and instead they go on protest, as they did not receive their salary for months. The Filipino workers were employed as foreman, electrician, plumber, ducting, AC technician and plumbers. Supposedly, they were getting paid between the range of KD 120 to KD 220 per month by their employer as on their contract, yet they are working for three months now but no salary received. The Filipinos were survived with the support of their Filipino friends. Chicken feet were…

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