Discharged from the hospital, Angelito has now been united with the family and they are getting back to normal life.
The design shows the flags of the UAE and the Philippines side by side, as a symbol that shows the solidarity of two countries and its residents.
Thirty-six female Filipino household service workers (HSWs) having served in the UAE anywhere from three to 35 years are going to be feted this weekend in Dubai through the first-ever “Gawad Kasambay 2019.”
Seven out of 10 Filipinos, or 70 percent, have expressed alarm and fear over the increasing number of Chinese workers who pose not only a threat to their employment opportunities but also endanger the country’s security, according to just released findings of a private pollster.
Five Filipinos from the over 400,000-strong community in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, as determined by the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCGDXB), are set to receive distinction in Community Service on Friday evening.
An advocacy film featuring a bully and the bullied becoming victors despite their frailties has bulls-eyed Filipino teachers and students in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
The official announcement came by on Friday when UIPS managing director Dr. Mohammed Al Neyadi led the virtual “28th Commencement Exercises” of the Class of 2020 via the social media site You Tube.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Today, we saw humanity and tolerance unfold through the Emirates Red Crescent's campaign that brought our citizens together with Filipino residents to provide aid to families affected by the Taal volcano in the Philippines. Humanity defines our society.”
Dadey said due acknowledgement must be given to the Philippine government which had, considered among others, the $200.00 (Dhs730.00) each allocation to displaced OFs.
June 12 (Friday) will again be another milestone for the over 109 million Filipinos in the Philippines and the over 12 million across the globe for the day marks the 122nd anniversary of their freedom from 377 years under the Spanish Empire (March 6, 1521-June 12, 1898).