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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte said that there is a strong possibility that the deployment ban for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) could be extended to other countries with many cases of abuse and maltreatment. 
“We are doing an audit now (to) find out the places where we deploy Filipinos and our countrymen suffer brutal treatment and human degradation,” Duterte said. 
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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte said that there is a strong possibility that the deployment ban for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) could be extended to other countries with many cases of abuse and maltreatment.   “We are doing an audit now (to) find out the places where we deploy Filipinos and our countrymen suffer brutal treatment and human degradation,” Duterte said.   Advertisement       Sponsored Links         President Rodrigo Duterte said that he would extend his ban on sending workers to Kuwait and other countries as well if investigations showed Filipinos were being seriously abused by employers elsewhere.    The Philippines has suspended the deployment of workers to Kuwait since last month after Duterte said the abuse was unchecked and had been a cause for several Filipino household workers there to end their own life.    Read: Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    More than 2 million Filipinos are working in Kuwait and other Middle East countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, but many cases of abuse have also been reported elsewhere.    They often work as domestic helpers, construction workers, engineers and nurses.    Kuwait has invited Duterte for a visit,in attempt to mend diplomatic ties.The Philippine government wants Kuwait to sign a memorandum of agreement concerning the safety of Filipinos before the ban can be lifted.    Duterte has said his long-term aim is to slow, if not end the exodus abroad by boosting the local economy and generating jobs that would provide workers with decent jobs and sufficient income.        Read More:  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?  Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina  Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?    OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac     ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
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 President Rodrigo Duterte said that he would extend his ban on sending workers to Kuwait and other countries as well if investigations showed Filipinos were being seriously abused by employers elsewhere.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte said that there is a strong possibility that the deployment ban for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) could be extended to other countries with many cases of abuse and maltreatment.   “We are doing an audit now (to) find out the places where we deploy Filipinos and our countrymen suffer brutal treatment and human degradation,” Duterte said.   Advertisement       Sponsored Links         President Rodrigo Duterte said that he would extend his ban on sending workers to Kuwait and other countries as well if investigations showed Filipinos were being seriously abused by employers elsewhere.    The Philippines has suspended the deployment of workers to Kuwait since last month after Duterte said the abuse was unchecked and had been a cause for several Filipino household workers there to end their own life.    Read: Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    More than 2 million Filipinos are working in Kuwait and other Middle East countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, but many cases of abuse have also been reported elsewhere.    They often work as domestic helpers, construction workers, engineers and nurses.    Kuwait has invited Duterte for a visit,in attempt to mend diplomatic ties.The Philippine government wants Kuwait to sign a memorandum of agreement concerning the safety of Filipinos before the ban can be lifted.    Duterte has said his long-term aim is to slow, if not end the exodus abroad by boosting the local economy and generating jobs that would provide workers with decent jobs and sufficient income.        Read More:  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?  Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina  Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?    OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac     ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
The Philippines has suspended the deployment of workers to Kuwait since last month after Duterte said the abuse was unchecked and had been a cause for several Filipino household workers there to end their own life.

Read: Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina

More than 2 million Filipinos are working in Kuwait and other Middle East countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, but many cases of abuse have also been reported elsewhere.

They often work as domestic helpers, construction workers, engineers and nurses.

Kuwait has invited Duterte for a visit,in attempt to mend diplomatic ties.The Philippine government wants Kuwait to sign a memorandum of agreement concerning the safety of Filipinos before the ban can be lifted.

Duterte has said his long-term aim is to slow, if not end the exodus abroad by boosting the local economy and generating jobs that would provide workers with decent jobs and sufficient income.