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Thursday, June 15, 2017

No More Suspension for New Hires OFWs in Qatar!


Life now goes on to all Overseas Filipino Workers going to Qatar.  It is because the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has lifted the moratorium on the deployment of Filipino Workers to Qatar.  According to DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III, this is based on the recommendation of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office and consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).





(TV Patrol: Gobyerno ng Qatar, tiniyak na sapat ang supply ng kanilang pagkain)


Life now goes on to all Overseas Filipino Workers going to Qatar.

It is because the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has lifted the moratorium on the deployment of Filipino Workers to Qatar.

According to DOLE Secretary Silvestre Bello III, this is based on the recommendation of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office and consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).





Last week, Bello mandated the temporary suspension in the deployment of OFWs to Qatar to secure the welfare and security of OFWs.

This is after the Saudi Arabia and allies isolates Qatar and severed diplomatic ties, even cut air travel and other business in the said country due to the allegation that the Gulf State is supporting militant terrorism.

Qatar has been denying the accusations.

According to Attaché David Des Dicang, the situation in Qatar has normalized.

Even the Philippine Embassy has requested for the deployment of newly-hired workers to Qatar, particularly to the Philippine School Doha (PSD) and Philippine International School-Qatar (PISQ).

DOLE's News Release dated June 15, 2017



“This decision was arrived at on the advice of Foreign Affairs Secretary Allan Peter Cayetano and upon the recommendation of Qatar POLO following their assessment of the situation in the Gulf state,” Bello said.

“We respectfully request to allow the deployment so as not to hamper the operations of our Philippine schools and to allay fears of the revocation of their school permits issued by the Qatar government,” Dicang said.


With 240,000 OFWs in Qatar, the Qatari government ensured the safety of these workers and guaranteed that they have the ability to withstand any possible economic effects of the current situation.

DOLE said that even OFWs in Qatar expressed confidence for their safety with the strengthened efforts of the labor department and other concerned government agencies in ensuring their basic welfare and security amid the diplomatic crisis.




(Bandila: Pagputol ng ugnayan ng 7 bansa sa Qatar, ano ang epekto sa mga OFW?)





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