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Returning Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) boosted their businesses with the help of the Department of Science and Technology's (DOST) Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program or SETUP.
Two overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) were awarded Outstanding Migrant Workers by Taiwan's Labor Affairs Department for their dedication and hard work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
OFW architect Rowel Naanep crafted the iconic miniature Jeepney from recycled materials in a bid to reduce plastic waste and boost environmental sustainability.
Filipino seafarers with expiring Seafarer’s Record Books (SRBs) and Seafarers Identification and Record Books (SIRBs) have been given a one-year extension as a consideration amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) whose overseas employment certificates (OECs) have expired during the community quarantine are being allowed to leave the Philippines for work abroad.
Filipino hit musical "Ang Huling El Bimbo (AHEB)" will be back online through The Filipino Channel (TFC) from September to November.
Lory Cainila, a teacher at C. Elizabeth Rieg Regional School, received the Excellence of Education Award in Bowie, Maryland, USA.
Cynthia Barker has been appointed Mayor of Hertsmere in Hertfordshire, England, the first Philippine-born official to hold the prestigious post.
Returning Overseas Filipino Workers and their families who want to establish technology-based enterprises in the Philippines can get funding from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).
The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) and WorldRemit, one of the world’s leading online money transfer service companies based in London, United Kingdom, have teamed up to support people who send money to the Philippines by waiving remittance fees, helping ease difficulties brought about by the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
Seven Overseas Filipino Scientists are back in the Philippines under the Balik Scientist Program (BSP) and are helping the country find solutions to the coronavirus pandemic.
The award-winning Filipino film "Sunday Beauty Queen" will be streaming on YouTube for Filipinos under lockdown.