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The cross border training was attended by delegations from the Philippines, managers of Jollibee and Chowking from all around the Middle East, including from Bahrain, Jeddah, and Riyadh, and high-ranking officials from NESMA. It is a really prestigious award.
Congratulations to all of the shops and managers that have been honored with awards for FSC excellence, gold, and commitment!
Mr. Faisal Bamhrez, CEO of Jollibee and Chowking NESMA, and Mr. Maxi Peralta, Head of Market and Franchise for International Business, would like to express their appreciation for the confidence that has been placed in them. Mr. Tristan San Pedro is now serving in the capacity of Chief of Operations for both Jollibee and Chowking NESMA. Anthony Silang, Mr., is now serving in the role of Group Manager for the Central Area. In addition, I would like to express my appreciation to Mr. Noel Ascao, Country QM/L&D, as well as to the other individuals.
What happened in the two-day training?
Here is a visual synopsis of our two-day Training of Trainers on the topic of “Cross Border Capacity Development on Reintegration Readiness – Reintegration and Financial Planner”. Overseas Filipinos from Quezon City, Philippines, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Riyadh, Jeddah, and Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, as well as other cities in Saudi Arabia, were present at the hybrid workshop.
The program was a resounding success and offered our OFWs invaluable ideas on how to better prepare for reintegration and organize their finances. We are delighted to see so many OFs coming not only from the Philippines but also from other areas of the Middle East to participate in this vital training and workshop.
We’d like to extend our gratitude to Ms. Estrella Mai Dizon-Anonuevo, who served as the primary moderator for the event that lasted for two days. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in addition to serving as the chairman of Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative, Inc., where she is also the development consultant for the International Labor Organization. Additionally, I would like to extend my gratitude to Atty. Don Albert Philippe Pangcog, who serves as the Assistant Labor Attaché for the Department of Migrant Workers in Qatar, as well as Mr. Nestor Burayag, who serves as the Welfare Officer for the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in Qatar.
I would like to express my gratitude to the Department of Migrant Workers and MWO-OWWA Riyadh for the opportunity to serve as the moderator and co-facilitator for the Riyadh team during this program that lasted for two days. Cross Border Training of Trainers on Reintegration Readiness was concurrently engaged in by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Jeddah, and Bahrain, and was spearheaded by DMW Philippines. The event was hosted at Crown Palace Hotel and ended during the past weekend. That really is quite an honor.
Thank you to everyone else in the Migrant Workers Office in Riyadh for all your hard work. That was a fantastic opportunity for all of us trainers to increase our knowledge.
Thank you, Atty. Hans Cacdac is the Undersecretary for Welfare and Foreign Employment at the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Asec Venecio Legaspi is the Assistant Secretary for Reintegration. M’ Mai Dizon A. is the ILO Project Consultant. M’ Aileen Constantino P. is the Executive Director of ATIKHA.
Discussions on the Following Subjects Taken Up by DMW:
Problems and opportunities in reintegration are discussed in Module 1, which is titled “Gender Responsive Development Focused Full Cycle Reintegration.” Module 2: Stock Taking. The third module covers financial planning topics such as goal setting and the computation of savings goals, as well as smart spending and budgeting, saving, and investing.
Module 4 of the Psychosocial Preparedness curriculum focuses on caring for oneself and one’s family. Gender Sensitive Development, Reintegration Services, and the International Labor Organization are the topics covered in Module 5 of the training. Referral and Placement Opportunities for Reintegration
This week’s topic is “Partners on the Path to Successful Reintegration.” Is for Module 6 The Overseas Filipino Investors and Entrepreneurs Movement would like to extend their gratitude not only to PinoyWISE Qatar, but also to all the members of OFIE-M – Qatar and the representatives of the other organizations that were present at the event.
Let’s keep helping our countrymen who are already living overseas and working for a brighter future for all of us.
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