1,022 Filipino domestic workers repatriated from January 2023, more expected to leave – TimesKuwait

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By Ricky LaxaStaff Writer

1,022 Filipino domestic workers were repatriated back to Philippines from January of 2023, and more are still waiting for their documents to process and are scheduled to return to Philippines stated Philippines Acting Labor Attaché Cathy Duladul in an interview with The Times Monday morning.

Duladul mentioned that the repatriation program of the Migrant Workers Office (MWO), Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) in cooperation with the Embassy of the Philippines is an ongoing project of the Philippine government to assist Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) to return to the country. The process of repatriation is in cooperation with Kuwait Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Interiors. “For the past two weeks the repatriation of Filipino workers has been persistent and continuous, it’s almost daily that flights are scheduled regardless of the number of OFWs whose documents have been processed and cleared to leave the country” stated Duladul. Paulita Lundang, Manager of Dadabhai Travel said that it’s more than six hundred and thirty-seven (637) domestic workers coming from the Philippine…



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