NEWS CLIPPINGS – my diary of important events

This blog contains postings of news clippings that concerns Overseas Filipinos, Migration and my diary of important events as an Overseas Filipino Worker in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Bong Amora

Saudi Arabia hosted the historic meeting uplifting S & T development in the Islamic World

Saudi Arabia hosted the historic meeting uplifting S & T development in the Islamic World Exclusive Report by: Manuel A. Amora 21 June 2010, RIYADH-Saudi Arabia – In an effort to … Continue reading

21/06/2010 · Leave a comment

Regulating Recruitment Agencies in the Philippines

Costs of Private Recruitment Agencies for Migrant Labor Sometimes Outweigh Benefits, MPI Study of Philippines-UAE Corridor Finds WASHINGTON —Private recruitment agencies manage much of the flow of the 200,000 Filipino … Continue reading

16/06/2010 · Leave a comment

Speech of H.E. Prof. Dr. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu of OIC

SPEECH BY H.E. PROF. DR. EKMELEDDIN IHSANOGLU SECRETARY-GENERAL of the OIC At THE FIRST MEETING OF THE FOUNDING MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION ORGANIZATION (STIO)   RIYADH, THE … Continue reading

27/02/2010 · Leave a comment

Migration and Science

Approaches such as flexible visa schemes, which encourage emigrants to make return visits home, may ease brain drain in the short term. But, in the end, only through socio-economic development … Continue reading

27/02/2010 · Leave a comment
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Filipino Diaspora

Pushing Filipinos out of the country in a diaspora is a faltering national economy that cannot provide enough jobs. But a lot of Filipinos may not know it – because paradoxically, the ‘faltering’ Philippine Economy has at present been saved by the OFW’s.

We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty. - Mother Teresa

Poverty

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We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community... Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own. - Cesar Chavez (American Activist)

Economic Prosperity

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The Basics

It is best to prepare and anticipate. But preparedness does not mean that we allow ourselves to lose track of the basics. It is the bedrock foundation of our competence. Once the basics are forgotten, the foundation will be weakened and the structure might crumble. - Doods A. Amora

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