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Camiguin OFWs now work in PH, get P30K OWWA-NRCO livelihood aid

MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN (PIA)–The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), National Reintegration Center for OFWs (NRCO) and the Public Employment Service Office Managers Association of the Philippines (PESOMAP)-10, in coordination with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE-)-10 Camiguin Provincial Field Office (Cam PFO), turned over two livelihood projects worth P30,000 to two overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), May 12.

DOLE-10 Cam PFO Chief Arlyn Z. Bael said the livelihood aid is an OFW reintegration convergence project of DOLE, Department of Education (DepEd), and other government agencies such as Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), and Philippine Normal University among others. 

This provides opportunities for OFW Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) passers to return, find employment and practice their profession as teachers and reverse out migration by enhancing their skills and providing them the option to stay in the Philippines to work as teachers. 

Benoni, Mahinog beneficiary Grace Popera, 44, teacher for 12 years in Thailand received P20,000 livelihood grant on teaching kits. She is currently employed at DepEd under the program, “Sa Pinas, Ikaw ang Ma’am/Sir” (SPIMS).                                                          

Likewise, OFW beneficiary Jierene Arquita received P10,000 livelihood grant thru “Balik Pinas Balik Hanapbuhay” (BPBH) program of OWWA-NRCO as a livelihood support package and assistance for returning OFWs who are distressed or displaced.

Bael said BPBH is given to enable OFWs, and their families start or manage a livelihood undertaking through self-employment.

Arquita was working as a domestic worker in Dubai for six months and was maltreated by her employer, thus having no plans of returning aboard.  

“I will start a new life here and use the livelihood financial aid for my piggery business,” Arquita said.

The OFW grantees were thankful to OWWA-NRCO livelihood programs because they can still earn without leaving the country.

Camiguin Province PESO Managers committed to advocate the programs and services of DOLE, OWWA and NRCO for the workers in need. (DOLE-Camiguin/PIA-10/Camiguin)

 

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