Each of them paid 130,000 to 140,000 pesos for their eight months internship for an opportunity to land on a cruise job.
Here is the update on the first batch of food packs distribution. The next batch will be announced soon once all the beneficiaries received their food packs.
To everyone who was instrumental in making this endeavor a success, our words are not enough to express our gratitude in doing your part. May our effort also inspire...
Sign petition to urge government to give 10k OWWA assistance to Thailand-based OFWs affected by COVID-19
Isang grupo ng mga OFWs sa Thailand bumuo ng petisyon upang hikayatin ang gobyerno lalo na si Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III at OWWA Administrator Hans Leo Cacdac na...
To apply for the cash assistance program, on-site OFWs must visit the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in their host country. There is no POLO office in Thailand as well....
Majority of Filipino workers in Thailand are educators working in schools, colleges and universities.
For Filipinos affected by COVID-19 in Pattaya, you may contact Gilbert Dong Juanim (0946616285) or Roma Amor.
A Philippine man, 27, who worked as a receptionist at the same hotel in Patong with patient 106.
In need kababayan may contact United Filipinos in Thailand Facebook page for assistance.
Any amount of help will make a big difference to our fellow OFWs affected by this epidemic.
Food packs will include 5kgs rice, noodles and sardines. These will be distributed this weeked. Details on distributions points to follow.
A total of 1,047 participated in the survey.
Sang-ayon kay Rafael Serrano, 59, taga Baguio City, na simula siyang nakaramdam ng sintomas ng virus ng mula ng siya ay dumating galing Bangkok, Thailand noong March 12.
The Embassy has also assigned teams to assist in emergency cases seven days a week.
You may contact Khalil through WhatsApp (0840040972) or Facebook messenger.
Kudos to all FCCT officers and members who participated in this worthy endeavor!