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Oct
30
2014

Pinay Nurses Sent Off with Praises by Saudi Hospital

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The time has come for two Pinay nurses to bid goodbye to their colleagues in a hospital in Qassim, Saudi Arabia.  But their send-off was filled with compliments and admiration from the hospital staff and fellow nurses whom they’ve known and worked with for years.

After 35 years of dedicated service both for Saudi nationals and foreigners, Pinay nurses Elercy Cruz and Zenaida Lescano will go back to the Philippines to spend time with their families.  Cruz is from Pangasinan while Lescano is from Bataan.

 

Cruz and Lescano

Cruz and Lescano

 

 

The two Filipina nurses were commended by Buraidah Central Hospital director Ahmad Abdullah Al-Omar who also gave them plaques of appreciation for their compassion on their jobs, whether on-duty or off-duty.

BCH assistant nursing director Edna S. Jampil said that Cruz and Lascano were doing community service on weekends, looking for medicines to be given free to fellow Filipinos who need medical help.

The Pinay nurses were also praised on how their caring attitude and selfless services have showed how good and noble their nursing profession is.  Fe M. Gatbonton, in-service control practitioner at BCH told the Arab News that the two Pinay nurses were the epitome of the model Filipino nurse.

Fellow nurses not only from BCH, but also from other hospitals, testified on how well the two Pinay nurses were, showing their compassion and keeping calm even under stressful situations.

Cruz and Lescano, will return to the Philippines to spend their retirement with their families.

 

 

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Published in: OFW News, Uncategorized
Oct
15
2014

Are You A Welder? You are Needed Abroad

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Welders play an important role in a construction company. Pinoy welders are noted for their welding skills because they are meticulous and hardworking. This is why they are highly demanded for overseas jobs.

 

(Reminder: Click on each job title to view full details.)

 

Job openings abroad for Filipino welders

 

** For manpower pooling only. No fees to be collected during the application process. Mag-ingat sa mga illegal recruiter. **

Click here for more overseas jobs.

 

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Published in: In Demand OFW Jobs
Oct
14
2014

OFWs in Riyadh, Here is Where You Can Seek Help

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The Philippine Embassy office in Riyadh advises overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) not to hesitate approaching them or any officials if time comes that they need any assistance.  The Philippine Embassy is stationed in many Riyad to facilitate OFWs with documentation services, to protect them with their rights and to continue relationship with the UAE government.

 

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OFWs living and working in any of these six regions – Riyadh, Eastern, Qassim, Hail, Northern border and Al-Jouf – can contact the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh with the following contact information.

 

 

Philippine Embassy in Riyadh

 

Address: Diplomatic Quarter, Ummayah Abu As-Salat Street, Safarat, Riyadh

Postal Address:  P.O. Box 94366 Riyadh 11693

Telephone Nos:  482 3559 / 482 0507 / 482 1577

Fax No: (96611) 488 3945

Email:  rype@riyadhpe.com

 

Consular Section

Telephone Nos: 482 3816

Fax No: 488 3945

Email:  consular@philembassy-riyadh.org

 

Labor Attache- Riyadh

Telephone Nos: 483 2201 to 3

Fax No: (+96611) 483 2204

Mobile No: 053 602 7590

Email: polo_riyadh@philembassy-riyadh.org / polo-riyadh@riyadhpe.com

 

Labor Attache – Eastern

Telephone Nos: (013) 894 1846 / 894 2890

Mobile No:  050 126 9742

Email:     polo_eastern@philembassy-riyadh.org / polo-eastern@riyadhpe.com / polo_alkhobar@yahoo.com

 

Philippine Overseas Labor Office

         

Telephone Nos: (01) 483 2201 to 03

Fax No:  (01) 483 2204

Hotline: 00966 545917834

Filipino Workers’ Rescue Center – Bahay Kalinga: (01) 481 6448

 

We suggest that OFWs assign these important contact numbers on speed dial of their mobile phone so they can contact the embassy and concerned government office quickly whenever they need to.

 

 

Click here for overseas jobs in Riyadh.

 

 

 

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Oct
10
2014

Where to Seek Help for OFWs in Kuwait

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Overseas Filipino Workers or OFWs who are facing problems may ask for help at the Philippine Embassy, Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO), and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) in Kuwait.  See their contact details below so you can call them and they can assist you when you need help.

 

 

Philippine Embassy

 

Address:   Block 6, Nouman Bin Basher St., Villa 153, Faiha, State of Kuwait

Postal Address:    P.O. Box 26288 Safat 13123,  State of Kuwait

Telephone No.:     (+965) 2252-8422, 2251-1806

ATN Hotline no.    6500-2612

Fax No.:    (+965) 2251-1805

Email:     kuwait.pe@dfa.gov.ph

Office Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

 

 

Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO)

 

Address:  Block 6, Nouman Bin Basher St. Corner Damascus St. Villa 152 Faiha, Kuwait

Postal Address:  P.O. Box 26288 Safat 13123 Kuwait

Telephone Nos.:  (+965) 2252-8433 / 2252-5082

Fax no.: 22528433 extension 16, then wait after 4 rings.

Email:  polokuwait2012@yahoo.com / polo1jabriya@yahoo.com

Office Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8 am to 2 pm,

 

 

Overseas Workers Welfare Administration

 

Telephone Nos.: (+965) 22528433 / 22525082 ext. 17

Email:  jabriyaowwakwt2011@gmail.com

 

 

OFWs are advised to contact these Philippine government arm to aide them in difficult situations they may encounter while working in Kuwait.

 

 

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Published in: OFW Tips and Guides
Oct
2
2014

Why A Pinay DH Lose Battle Against UAE Employer

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When a woman was molested, her first thought is to get justice. She wanted the assailant to be punished and to be put in jail. But it’s hard to get the justice you seek, when you’re in a foreign land. This is what had happened to a Pinay who was raped by her Emirati employer in Dubai.
A Pinay domestic helper lose the battle against her UAE employer when the Dubai court lowered the sentenced to her employer from seven years to one year.

The 29-year old Pinay DH accused her army corporal employer of raping her, but opposed to her allegations when the 37-year old Emirati told the court that they had consensual sex.

It was July when the Dubai Court of First Instance jailed the Emirati for seven years after sentencing him of rape with the maid. But after appealing and saying that they had consensual sex, the court lowered the seven year conviction to one year jail time.

The Pinay DH said that the incident happened after the Emirati sponsor arrived home one afternoon. He ordered the Pinay DH to wash his uniform, but upon learning that nobody was at home, he forced the Pinay DH into the room and have sex with her.

But the Emirati’s lawyer said the Pinay DH’s allegations were false, because it was the maid who invited her employer to the room. The lawyer also added that the Pinay DH wanted to blackmail her employer, asking for money in exchange for not filing a rape case.

Though the Pinay DH seek help from the Philippine Consulate and was assisted, she was still deprived of the justice she needed when the court decision was favored to the Emirati.

 

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