Major Filipino community organizations in Thailand have joined forces to help our kababayans affected by Typhoon Ulysses in the Philippines.
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Total cash donation as of April 24 is 198,589 THB. Below is the report for the first and second waves of distribution.
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.
The Embassy has also assigned teams to assist in emergency cases seven days a week.
Most cases are health related deaths.
He is currently confined and in a critical condition at Police General Hospital in Bangkok.
Here is a list of some of their members and the length they have lived in Thailand.
Here are the stories of Zaijon Zac Nave, Sofia Marde Louise Jaranilla and Joshua Kobe Tanato.
Filipinos in Thailand closely watched the fight between pinoy boxing legend Manny Pacquiao against unbeaten Keith Thurman on July 21 in Las Vegas.
More or less a thousand Filipinos came to celebrate Paskong Pinoy on Sunday, December 9 at Ramkhamhaeng University Sports Office.