MANILA, Feb. 26, 2012—Migrante Middle East (ME) joins the universal Church in celebrating the 26th Migrants’ Sunday and in praying for the humanization of labor. Advertisements
An overseas Filipino worker (OFW) accused of being a drug trafficker was found dead inside his cell, Migrante Middle East’s report said. The 36 year-old Franco (not his real name), a native of Candaba, Pampanga was reported dead dead inside his cell at the Jizan jail last OFW Franco (not his real name), 36 years […]
QUEZON City, Nov. 5, 2010—Migrante Middle East, an alliance of Filipino workers based in Middle East, has sounded the alarm over arbitrary raids in Saudi, in guise of the Kingdom’s anti-drug campaign, but only to crackdown illegal or undocumented migrant workers staying there. Migrante-ME regional coordinator John Monterona told CBCPNews in an email, that his […]
MANILA, October 5, 2010—Migrante Middle East (ME) appealed to the government to help 14 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) arrested by the Saudi cultural police due to participating in a Christian worship. John Leonard Monterona, regional coordinator of Migrante-ME told CBCPNews that the 14 OFWs, whose names are yet to be verified, were included to more […]
Migrant workers’ watchdog Migrante International urges the Congress to investigate the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the Overseas Workers’ Welfare Administration (OWWA) on how they spent their funds and why they have failed in bringing dozens of frozen cadavers of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the Mid-east and other parts of Asia, home.
Ikinagalak ng grupong Migrante Middle East ang desisyon ni Pangalawang Pangulong Jejomar C. Binay na suspendihin ang kautusan ng Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) na mandatoryong pagpapamiyembro ng mga overseas Filipino worker (OFW) sa Home Mutual Development Fund o mas kilala sa tawag na Pag-IBIG Fund.
International migrants’ watchdog, Migrante International commends Vice President and Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) chair Jejomar Binay on his decision to suspend the implementation of the mandatory Home Mutual Development (Pag-IBIG) Fund for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).