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Filipino-owned St. Robert’s Global Education continues to support kababayan affected by coronavirus

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Filipino-owned St. Robert’s Global Education continues to support kababayan affected by coronavirus

As part of their commitment to help overseas Filipino workers in Thailand, St. Robert’s Global Education (SRGE) has been giving food packs to many Filipinos affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

To date, SRGE has already given at least 160,000 THB in food packs and cash donations  to several groups and individuals. Its latest recipients were 100 Filipinos in Nonthaburi. The effort was facilitated by the Filipino Community in Nonthaburi.

SRGE Founder and CEO Dr Robert Galindez has pioneered transnational and crossborder education for Filipinos and foreign nationals in Thailand. SGRE and its affiliated Philippine institutions have already produced more or less 3,000 graduates. Many of its graduates, mostly teachers, were able to get their Thai teacher’s license through the help of SRGE. 

Meanwhile, enrollment for the 1st Term AY2020 (August – December) is now going on in partnership with Philippine Christian University. Classes are conducted in Bangkok. For details, please contact the following:

Saint Roberts Global Education
120/194 Ratchaprarop Road, Ratchatewi,
MakassanBangkok, Thailand
0827055619

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