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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Duterte Pleads To Kuwait And Middle East To Treat OFWs with Dignity Or They Will Go Home


President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  amid reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  Before he left  for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, Duterte , in his pre-departure speech said the appeal for humane treatment for Filipinos working in the Middle East , Kuwait in particular.  Duterte's statement was applauded by those present in the event.  Duterte also reiterated that he doesn't want any quarrel with Kuwait or other Middle Eastern countries but he can't afford to hear another report of abuse, if he does, he will impose total deployment ban.   Sponsored Links     There is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers in Kuwait, 170,000 of them are working as household service workers (HSWs), the most vulnerable and prone to abuses among OFWs.   Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspended the issuance of OEC for newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.   Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension.  Source: GMA  President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  "Can I ask you now just to treat my countrymen as human beings with dignity," Duterte, who is bound for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, said during his pre-departure speech at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.   Duterte's statement was met with applause from those present in the event.  “I do not want to fight with you. We are poor, we may need your help, but we will not do it at the expense of the dignity of the Filipino.”  Before Duterte made the remark, he acknowledged the presence of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, who will join him in India. “I hope I am not committing a diplomatic faux pas,” hesaid.  He also reiterated his warning of a total deployment ban to Kuwait if he hears another tale of abuse. Sponsored Links  “And I’m sorry, the Filipinos there, you can all go home. Tutal ‘pag na — nag-alis kayo lahat na mga Pilipino diyan, they will also be having a hell of a time adjusting to that,” he said.  “Hindi ako papayag na… a continuous incident of things like that. They have to endure rape, they have to endure starvation, and they get about only four hours — that’s a universal story for all Filipinos,” Duterte added.  An estimated 10 million Filipinos work overseas, majority of them in the Middle East, and the money they send home helps spur economic growth. In Kuwait, there is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers, 170,000 of them employed as household service workers (HSWs), who are considered vulnerable and prone to abuses.  Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) suspended the deployment of newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.  Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III ordered the suspension a day after Duterte said he is mulling banning the deployment of OFWs to Kuwait amid reports of maltreatment.  On Wednesday, Duterte said he will "never again" tolerate another incident of a Filipino worker getting raped abroad.  "I hope that you'd listen to me because I mean well, but I will never, never, never again tolerate another incident of rape to the point of committing of suicide, jumping out the window. That is something the Filipino people cannot stomach," he said.  "If I can't do something about it, then there's no reason for me to stay in this position any minute longer," Duterte added.  Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension. Source: GMA      Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below   Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below
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President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  amid reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.

Before he left  for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, Duterte , in his pre-departure speech said the appeal for humane treatment for Filipinos working in the Middle East , Kuwait in particular.
President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  amid reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  Before he left  for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, Duterte , in his pre-departure speech said the appeal for humane treatment for Filipinos working in the Middle East , Kuwait in particular.  Duterte's statement was applauded by those present in the event.  Duterte also reiterated that he doesn't want any quarrel with Kuwait or other Middle Eastern countries but he can't afford to hear another report of abuse, if he does, he will impose total deployment ban.   Sponsored Links     There is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers in Kuwait, 170,000 of them are working as household service workers (HSWs), the most vulnerable and prone to abuses among OFWs.   Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspended the issuance of OEC for newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.   Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension.  Source: GMA  President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  "Can I ask you now just to treat my countrymen as human beings with dignity," Duterte, who is bound for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, said during his pre-departure speech at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.   Duterte's statement was met with applause from those present in the event.  “I do not want to fight with you. We are poor, we may need your help, but we will not do it at the expense of the dignity of the Filipino.”  Before Duterte made the remark, he acknowledged the presence of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, who will join him in India. “I hope I am not committing a diplomatic faux pas,” hesaid.  He also reiterated his warning of a total deployment ban to Kuwait if he hears another tale of abuse. Sponsored Links  “And I’m sorry, the Filipinos there, you can all go home. Tutal ‘pag na — nag-alis kayo lahat na mga Pilipino diyan, they will also be having a hell of a time adjusting to that,” he said.  “Hindi ako papayag na… a continuous incident of things like that. They have to endure rape, they have to endure starvation, and they get about only four hours — that’s a universal story for all Filipinos,” Duterte added.  An estimated 10 million Filipinos work overseas, majority of them in the Middle East, and the money they send home helps spur economic growth. In Kuwait, there is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers, 170,000 of them employed as household service workers (HSWs), who are considered vulnerable and prone to abuses.  Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) suspended the deployment of newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.  Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III ordered the suspension a day after Duterte said he is mulling banning the deployment of OFWs to Kuwait amid reports of maltreatment.  On Wednesday, Duterte said he will "never again" tolerate another incident of a Filipino worker getting raped abroad.  "I hope that you'd listen to me because I mean well, but I will never, never, never again tolerate another incident of rape to the point of committing of suicide, jumping out the window. That is something the Filipino people cannot stomach," he said.  "If I can't do something about it, then there's no reason for me to stay in this position any minute longer," Duterte added.  Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension. Source: GMA      Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below   Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below
Duterte's statement was applauded by those present in the event.

Duterte also reiterated that he doesn't want any quarrel with Kuwait or other Middle Eastern countries but he can't afford to hear another report of abuse, if he does, he will impose total deployment ban.

 Duterte also said that if he cannot do anything about it, he "cannot stay in his post a minute longer."
President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  amid reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  Before he left  for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, Duterte , in his pre-departure speech said the appeal for humane treatment for Filipinos working in the Middle East , Kuwait in particular.  Duterte's statement was applauded by those present in the event.  Duterte also reiterated that he doesn't want any quarrel with Kuwait or other Middle Eastern countries but he can't afford to hear another report of abuse, if he does, he will impose total deployment ban.   Sponsored Links     There is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers in Kuwait, 170,000 of them are working as household service workers (HSWs), the most vulnerable and prone to abuses among OFWs.   Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary Silvestre Bello III suspended the issuance of OEC for newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.   Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension.  Source: GMA  President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  "Can I ask you now just to treat my countrymen as human beings with dignity," Duterte, who is bound for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, said during his pre-departure speech at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.   Duterte's statement was met with applause from those present in the event.  “I do not want to fight with you. We are poor, we may need your help, but we will not do it at the expense of the dignity of the Filipino.”  Before Duterte made the remark, he acknowledged the presence of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, who will join him in India. “I hope I am not committing a diplomatic faux pas,” hesaid.  He also reiterated his warning of a total deployment ban to Kuwait if he hears another tale of abuse. Sponsored Links  “And I’m sorry, the Filipinos there, you can all go home. Tutal ‘pag na — nag-alis kayo lahat na mga Pilipino diyan, they will also be having a hell of a time adjusting to that,” he said.  “Hindi ako papayag na… a continuous incident of things like that. They have to endure rape, they have to endure starvation, and they get about only four hours — that’s a universal story for all Filipinos,” Duterte added.  An estimated 10 million Filipinos work overseas, majority of them in the Middle East, and the money they send home helps spur economic growth. In Kuwait, there is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers, 170,000 of them employed as household service workers (HSWs), who are considered vulnerable and prone to abuses.  Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) suspended the deployment of newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.  Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III ordered the suspension a day after Duterte said he is mulling banning the deployment of OFWs to Kuwait amid reports of maltreatment.  On Wednesday, Duterte said he will "never again" tolerate another incident of a Filipino worker getting raped abroad.  "I hope that you'd listen to me because I mean well, but I will never, never, never again tolerate another incident of rape to the point of committing of suicide, jumping out the window. That is something the Filipino people cannot stomach," he said.  "If I can't do something about it, then there's no reason for me to stay in this position any minute longer," Duterte added.  Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension. Source: GMA      Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below   Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below
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There is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers
 in Kuwait, 170,000 of them are working as household service workers (HSWs), the most vulnerable and prone to abuses among OFWs.

Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Secretary 
Silvestre Bello III suspended the issuance of OEC for newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.

Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension.

Source: GMA
President Rodrigo Duterte appealed to Kuwait and other Middle Eastern countries to treat Filipino workers "as human beings"  reports of maltreatment and abuses, resulting in deaths of some OFWs. If this would continue, he is ready to order the pull-out of the OFWs from Kuwait.  "Can I ask you now just to treat my countrymen as human beings with dignity," Duterte, who is bound for New Delhi for the ASEAN-India Special Commemorative Summit, said during his pre-departure speech at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.   Duterte's statement was met with applause from those present in the event.  “I do not want to fight with you. We are poor, we may need your help, but we will not do it at the expense of the dignity of the Filipino.”  Before Duterte made the remark, he acknowledged the presence of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, who will join him in India. “I hope I am not committing a diplomatic faux pas,” hesaid.  He also reiterated his warning of a total deployment ban to Kuwait if he hears another tale of abuse. Sponsored Links  “And I’m sorry, the Filipinos there, you can all go home. Tutal ‘pag na — nag-alis kayo lahat na mga Pilipino diyan, they will also be having a hell of a time adjusting to that,” he said.  “Hindi ako papayag na… a continuous incident of things like that. They have to endure rape, they have to endure starvation, and they get about only four hours — that’s a universal story for all Filipinos,” Duterte added.  An estimated 10 million Filipinos work overseas, majority of them in the Middle East, and the money they send home helps spur economic growth. In Kuwait, there is an estimated 260,000 Filipino workers, 170,000 of them employed as household service workers (HSWs), who are considered vulnerable and prone to abuses.  Last week, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) suspended the deployment of newly hired OFWs to Kuwait pending investigation on the deaths of seven Filipino workers there.  Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III ordered the suspension a day after Duterte said he is mulling banning the deployment of OFWs to Kuwait amid reports of maltreatment.  On Wednesday, Duterte said he will "never again" tolerate another incident of a Filipino worker getting raped abroad.  "I hope that you'd listen to me because I mean well, but I will never, never, never again tolerate another incident of rape to the point of committing of suicide, jumping out the window. That is something the Filipino people cannot stomach," he said.  "If I can't do something about it, then there's no reason for me to stay in this position any minute longer," Duterte added.  Sami Abdulaiz Al Hamad, Assistant Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador, has met with Philippine Ambassador to Kuwait Renato Pedro Villa Jr. to request for the lifting of the suspension. Source: GMA      Read More:  10 Reasons Why Filipinos Love Canada  Comparison Of Savings  Account In The Philippines:  Initial Deposit, Maintaining  Balance And Interest Rates  Per Annum   Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily    Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE at the box below

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