Tag Archives: distressed OFWs

The Situation In the Philippines About OFW Repatriation

The Philippine government has been putting all their efforts in facilitating the return of our fellow kabayans. As of June 7, 2020, about 55,859 OFWs arrived in the country since the onset of the coronavirus outbreak. Within the tally, 17,419 are land-based, while 38,440 are sea-based OFWs. According to the Department of Health’s (DOH) COVID-19…

Memorandum Circular of Philippine Overseas Employment Administration for OFWs Arrival and Departures

The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened the lives of the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who are working worldwide. Due to the implemented lockdown measures, they widely faced and struggled with the “No Work, No Pay” situation. Therefore, many of our fellow Kabayans wants to return home immediately to be united. The Philippine government responded to the…


  ILOKANA WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT: Care. Love. Advocate.   The distress OFW children often encounter difficulties in receiving assistance from the public. Understandably, these children and their families are financially unable to afford it.   ILOKANA WOMEN ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT (IWOK) has been assisting hundreds of displaced OFW  children with educational and health services…

An invitation to share my skills

I have been invited to be the Emcee for a Thanksgiving event of Ms. Almira Matus in cooperation with Ilokana Women’s Organization in Kuwait (IWOK) and Filipino Association for Music and Arts (FAMA).

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.

A Day to share their Blessings

  An organization here in Kuwait is preparing for another multi-purpose event this coming Friday, October 9th at the Hateen Shelter of Philippine Embassy.


OFW ADVOCATE  Need Help  ASK ME HOW  Every day I respond to responses from different Kabayan issues and welcome them for initial queries from websites and pages focusing on giving how-to’s on their issues. “Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.” –Nelson Mandela Educating through outreach, community collaboration, public campaigns,…

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