By Susan K
These are the exact words Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz cheerfully stated on why the Aquino administration keeps on encouraging our kababayan to return home to the Philippines, especially since most of them are professionals such as teachers and that there are jobs waiting for them in the country.
By Nestor Corrales
Foreign experts on infectious diseases are coming to the Philippines to help local health workers boost defenses against the outbreak of the Ebola virus, a Palace official said Saturday.
By Matikas Santos
Despite growing global concern over the continued spread of the dreaded Ebola virus from three West African countries, why is the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) not yet repatriating the almost 3,500 Filipinos there?
By Kristine Angeli Sabillo
For her articles tackling issues faced by Filipino migrants, Inquirer international contributor Eunice Barbara Novio was nominated for the Migration and Media (MAM) Awards.
By Susan K
We usually hear stories of husbands cheating on their wives. Bantay OCW is often asked by wives for help in dealing with the problem.