Category Archives: OFW Advocacy

Red letter day for DNG

  I see red…there’s fire everywhere…but on a positive note. Maniniyot Kuwait (MK) recently held its theme red photography contest. Out of more than a hundred entries, these are my 10 top choices.

Mam Henelyn shares her blessings at Hateen

Ms. Henelyn Collis, RN also one of the officers of Hiligaynon Kuwait chose to celebrate her most recent birthday at Philippine Embassy Hateen Shelter with distressed OFWs. Being a married woman, registered nurse and community leader, she is not new to the sufferings of other people particularly many OFWs who met unfortunate situations here in […]

IWOK and FAMA join hands for Charity

  In response to the need for charitable works especially for OFWs detained in different jails here in Kuwait, the Ilokana Women’s Organization in Kuwait (IWOK) and Filipino Association for Music and Arts (FAMA), cooperated among themselves in order to extend assistance for charity.   The women of both organizations donated blankets that will definitely […]

Giving up something for someone..

  There are times in our life when we have to give up something to make others happy. The process is not easy and it hurts us too. But when we try to see the broader picture of things that will affect not only our life but the life of those we love, like our […]

Keeping kabayan warm this winter

The number of fellow Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)  detained in different police stations around Kuwait is increasing. Quite sad but true. Living conditions provided may not be quite enough to fight the cold weather prevailing.

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