This year’s celebration witnessed the participation of a group of diplomatic, economic and social figures, as well as a number of businessmen, entrepreneurs and Filipino families residing in the country.
Given the right to suffrage through the Overseas Absentee Voting Law of 2002, qualified overseas Filipinos must take advantage of this constitutional right and privilege that will help shape the progress and future of their homeland.
Filipinos in the UAE continually learn to save and consider real estate and properties as prime investments, based on recent data from the Philippines’s home development mutual fund, popularly known as PagIBIG Fund.
He pointed out that prudence and consultations with authorities shall prevent them from falling prey into scams that would also put a stop to the pervasiveness of the crime.
Reflective of the trend in their home country, a majority of the registered overseas Filipino voters across the UAE have thrown their support behind president presumptive Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and running mate vice president presumptive Sara Duterte-Carpio at 76,819 and 79,925 votes, respectively.
Two hundred and eight Filipino male and female sailors are expected to arrive on Sunday evening at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay City, Metro Manila.
Financial planning and management involves the entire family and this must be learnt both within the confines of the home and supported by the educational system.
Some Filipinos in Dubai and the Northern Emirates have backpedalled on their decision to be repatriated having found jobs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
No way but to look up and remain positive as it is also the time to take a bit of rest and contemplate on the “new game plan.”
Philippine Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn M. Quintana has expressed gratefulness to all Filipino health workers taking part as among the core at the ongoing UAE-China Phase III clinical trial for a possible vaccine against the novel coronavirus (COVID19).