Category Archives: OFW Advocacy

My duty as a Filipino and an OFW

  The Philippine Embassy located in Faiha, Kuwait has opened its doors to registered OFW voters so they may participate in choosing the next Philippine government leaders. It started on April 09, 2016 at 8 o’clock in the morning until May 09, 2016 at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.

Happy Birthday, Sir Labor Attache Chavez

  Filipinos in Kuwait are fortunate to have many leaders who look after the welfare of OFWs here. One of these leaders who tirelessly move and exert effort to the best he can to get things done is Labor Attache Atty. Cesar Chavez Jr.

Emcee duty for PSME Kuwait at Satchi

Being an honorary member of the Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME) Kuwait Chapter, I try to arrange my schedule so I may be the Emcee of their event.

Beyond your tears

  Have you ever felt unimportant in your life? It’s like nothing good is happening and that everything else is falling apart. Have you ever thought that God must have forgotten about you?

Get together IWOK and FILCOM BOD

  The recently held get together of Ilokana Women’s Organization in Kuwait (IWOK) and Fil Com BOD was to celebrate the new beginning of friendships and cooperation within the community. Aside from the sumptuous dinner, the time spent altogether and the stories shared was the assurance that indeed, we are here to serve and not…

Enlightening the Path

  It was a recent two-in-one important event at Badriah Hall of Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Messilah that brought the Coalition of Filipino Community (Fil Com) Organizations in Kuwait altogether. 

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