With no salary and little assistance, some OFWs in the Middle East have resorted to scavenging for food.
Tags: Migrante International
“Filipino migrants are tired of being treated as milking cows by the Philippine government. We will continue to protest the unjust provisions of the law until it is totally scrapped.”
“OFWs deserve to get steady and efficient relief at this time of crisis. The Duterte regime better stop treating Filipino migrants as milking cows to subsidize big private profit in a country dominated by profit-oriented healthcare facilities.”
“If Italy and other developed countries could admit that their health care systems could collapse in the advent of disease outbreak, then what more in our own country where health care is inaccessible and highly privatized? Duterte’s assurance is for the police and the military, not for us and our families in the Philippines.”
“As a human trafficking victim, these proceedings should help her to assert her rights, including the right to testify against her recruiters.”
“I am yearning for my mother. I hope to be with her soon. Please continue supporting her.”
All past administrations systematized and facilitated the export of labor.
A group of OFWs and their families present their agenda to the incoming Duterte administration.
“All our efforts have not been in vain, and we attribute this victory mainly to their fighting spirit and the collective efforts of friends, supporters and advocates.”
“This is not just about Mary Jane. We do not want other families to go through the same ordeal. It is painful to be in an island, waiting for my sister’s remains.” – Maritess Veloso-Laurente
“Junk the labor export policy. Noynoy, resign.You should leave now. This is what I want and what everyone wants.”- Nora Aunor