The event served as a means to strengthen family ties amid long periods spent apart, especially for those who weren’t able to come home during the lockdowns at the height of the pandemic.
Pru Life UK rewards OFWs in achieving their financial goals and securing a better future for their families.
The Middle East has always been one of PLDT Global Corporation’s most important markets, with around 2.2 million migrant Filipinos in the region. That is why PLDT Global, the international arm of the Philippines’ largest fully integrated telco network company PLDT Inc., together with Sandbox, Emirates Loves Philippines, Dubai Police and other partners are making the Philippine Independence Day weekend celebration in the United Arab Emirates more special for overseas Filipinos.
In a bid to help Overseas Filipinos (OFs) working abroad come home for good, Sun Life Philippines (Sun Life) recently launched “Shine On, Overseas Pinoy!”, a talk show focused on helping OFs and their families achieve a financially secured future through financial education.
OFWs in Hongkong can now send money directly to their love one’s GCash account in the Philippines via TNG wallet app
Remittances from Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) have kept the Philippine economy afloat and relatively unscathed by regional and global shocks.
State-owned DUTY-FREEPHILIPPINES (DFP) is all set for its grandest end of the yearholiday “pasalubong”sale. On December 29, 2021, the Duty Free Fiestamall store in Paranaque City will be offering a more extensive roster of exciting promotions with bigger discounts, enhanced offers, and more gifts and freebies for its market of arriving international travelers, balikbayans and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
Leading Philippine life insurer Pru Life UK and neighboring business unit, Prudential (Cambodia) Life Assurance PLC are teaming up to make life protection accessible to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) through Pulse by Prudential, an all-in-one AI-powered health and wealth management app in Cambodia.
Being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) takes a lot of courage and determination, as it requires a lot of sacrifices in order to earn money to provide and support their family’s needs and make their caring presence felt even from afar, especially during these trying times.
Around 10 million Filipinos live and work overseas– seafarers, nurses, caregivers, hotel staff, construction workers, oil field personnel and many more– help drive the Philippine economy through remittances they send back home.