27 December 2012

POEA Overseas Exit Clearance Online Service

Overseas Filipino Workers who are on holiday break and or perhaps  on their way to Philippines for a vacation. This is the chance to have a hassle free and worry free break, before getting all the joy of being with family members and feasting all the great foods during the holidays. First, settle all the necessary papers including Overseas Exit Clearance inorder to not get held up from the thousands of OFW's who are also getting thier OEC's as well.
POEA Balik-Manggagawa OEC Delivery (02) 737-7777
   Here's a good information and links where you could get Overseas Exit Clearance without hassle. The POEA Balik Manggagawa service has tied up with Teleserve online company, The Balik Manggagawa OEC Delivery service, this service allows OFWs to apply for their POEA OEC online and it will be delivered at their very own doorstep anywhere in the Philippines.
This is easy and not time comsuming than falling inline from the widows in POEA where large number of people swarming to process the OEC personally.
This is a great service where OFWs precious time and days not get wasted and  OFWs can make the most of thier precious limited vacation days be with their family members.
Please follow this Link  POEA Balik Manggagawa OEC Delivery



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18 December 2012

SSS-PEBA: Honors OFWs' "Bilib Kami Sa'yo"

Bilang OFW, kay masarap pakinggan na may mga organisasyon pribado man o hindi na may malasakit sa mga pag hihirap ng ating mga bagong Bayani ( Ang mga Overseas Filipino Workers).


Araw araw na lang siguro mabalitaan ninyo na kung saan man sulok ng mundo may mga kababayan tayong nag hihirap para lang makamtan ang simpleng pangarap.

Meron man mga nag wagi sa laban at sa ngayon masagana ang buhay na kinalalagyan. Pero masakit din naman isipin na marami din ang umuwing luhaan. Nakulong man dahil na pag bintangan o kusang may nagawang kasalanan. Ang lahat ng ito ay totoong Masaklap na katotohan

Kaya sa taong ito, Ang SSS (Social Security System) at ang PEBA (Pinoy Expat/ OFW Blog Awards) ay nag daos ng isang patimpalak bilang pag pugay sa ating mga minamahal na kababayan kung saan naninirahan man o nag tatrabaho sa ibang bansa.

Ang Minsahe, “Miyembro Bilib Kami Sa’yo” ay nag papatunay na ang SSS ay kabalikat ng bawat OFW o migranteng Pilipino. Pina paabot ng ahensyang ito ang kanilang tapat na tungkulin bilang isang “Financial Security entity” kung saan handang tumulong mag lagak ng ating pera para sa pinansyal seguridad at kinabukasan ng ating pamilya.

Bilang isang OFW, hindi lahat ng panahon tayo ay may masaganang kalakasan. Kailan man hindi natin hawak ang siguridad ng ating hanapbuhay, pwede ka tatangalin anong oras man o di kaya’y ma aksidente at ma baldado.

Tanungin mo ang sarili mo, ikaw ba’y handa mawalan ng trabaho o di kaya ma imbalido dahil na aksidente sa pag tatrabaho?

Ang SSS ay handang tumulong at aalalay sa iyo. Kabalikat mo sa pagsulong sa bawat antas ng panibagong buhay. Mahirap ka man o mayaman ang SSS ay maaasahan sa seguridad ng iyong kinabukasan.

Links : http://www.pinoyblogawards.com/2012/12/photo-contest-winners-of-sss-peba-bilib.html
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12 December 2012

Pinoy Expat Blog/ OFW Awards.


Few Days ago, I received an email from PEBA Team. I was surprised! I have never imagined  that I could be one of the lucky winners.

From this, I have no other words to say but Thank you very much!

Here's the mail from Pinoy Expat Blog Awards Team.



Dear Mr. Andres O. Pasilan, Jr., 

We have reached the culmination of our long journey as the excitement mounts as the dazzling evening for PEBA 2012’s Awards Night draws near.

It was a decisive month for our panel of judges as each entrants were subjected to long hours of tedious review process filled with patience and determination while PEBA Team spent hours of collaboration, systematically gathers the results as the finalists were revealed as PEBA 2012 awards recipients.

With great pride we are pleased to invite you as one of the awardees to the prestigious PEBA 2012 Awards Night as you will take the center stage to be honored during the forthcoming PEBA 2012 gala awarding event.

Balikbayan OFWs along with their families and friends, Philippine based bloggers and photographers, PEBA Sponsors & Partners, NGOs, Advocacy Groups, Church and religious leaders, Government leaders and representatives, together with the PEBA fans, volunteers and officers and media group will gather on the 15th of December 2012 from 2-6PM at the 2nd Floor Ramon Magsaysay Hall, SSS Head Office, East Avenue Quezon City.

We are requesting your presence to this event to personally receive your recognition. You are accorded with 2 VIP seats. We encourage you to bring your family and friends as we honor you as one of the best OFW photographer along with the ‘blogging heroes’ of PEBA 2012. If due to unavoidable circumstances that you won’t be able to attend the ceremony, we request you to delegate your representative to receive the recognition in your behalf.

If you or your representative is attending the event with two (2) or more companions, kindly inform us in advance through this email so that proper seat arrangements may be provided for your guests. Your guests’ pre-reserved seats will be made available through our event’s registration staffs at the scene to provide assistance. However you and your guests are requested to come on time.


Thank you for the support and for joining PEBA 2012. We are looking forward with anticipation to meet you on the award's night.


Sincerely yours,


THE PEBA 2012 TEAM










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24 November 2012

1st Paskong Pinoy sa Muscat: A Christmas Chorale Concert

The feastive season is coming and all the excitement and grandious preparation is along the way. Though Muscat , the Sultanate of Oman is an Arab country but the neutral and welcoming atmosphere of this majestic country has given all the expatriates a huge freedom to exercise their rights to worship and celebrate  their very own festivities.

For this year, The Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in the Sultanate of Oman in cooperation with the  Filipino  Community Social Club (FILCOSOC) cordially invites all the Overseas Filipino Workers to savour the festive Christmas season on its 1st Paskong Pinoy sa Muscat: A Christmas Chorale Concert.


Various Filipino Community Chorale Group including the Filipino Catholic Community of Oman Choir Group will grace the Christmas concert. Admission is diffinitely free, the venue will be in American British Academy Auditorium, Al Khuwair on November 30, 2012 at exactly 6:00pm




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20 November 2012

Pasasalamat ng isang OFW Seafarer

Ito ay isang liham ng butihing seafarer na lubos nag papasalamat sa mga taong tumulong makamit ang kanyang mga pangarap.... basahin ang Pasasalamat ng isang OFW Seafarer.

Ikinalulugod ko pong pasalamatan ang lahat ng mga tao at kawani ng gobyero ng ating republika ng pilipinas na tumutulong sa mga kagaya kong ofw na makaalis at makipag sa palaran sa ibang bansa. ako po si paragas mark anthony b. paragas tubong makati city at isang ofw na nagttrabaho bilang isang seaman. 25 taong gulang ako ngayon at nagsimula akong mag abroad sa gulang na 21. lumaki akong di masyodong nakagisnan ang aking ama sapagkat siya rin ay isang ofw.

Ang buhay ng isang marino na kagaya ko ay hindi biro. inihahalintulad ko ang sarili sa isang isda na kung saan may tubig ay nanduroon din dapat ako para mabuhay.sa tubig ako kumikita ng ipang tutustos ko para sa aking pamilya. ganun ang buhay ko bilang isang marino. sa totoo lang sa twing lilisanin ko ang pilipinas at ang aking pamilya ako ay naiiyak sa dahilang di ko alam kung ako ay makakabalik pa ng nasa maayos na kundisyon dahil halos ang kalahati ng buhay naming mga marino ay nasa hukay kada maglalayag ang barko. o kung hindi naman baka ako ay palitan ng aming kumpanya na kadalasan ay nakikita ko ding pinoproblema ng aking mga kasamahan. sa totoo lang ang buhay naming ofw ay walang kasiguraduhan sa lahat ng oras at pagkakataon.

Dahil hindi madaling mawalay sa mga minamahal namin sa buhay dito sa pilipinas. ganun pa man hanggat may pag kakataon ako sinisikap ko pa ding mapaunlad ang sarili at itaguyod ang aking pamilya sa marangal na paraan ng dugo't pawis at kakarampot na kinikita. ako ay nangangarap na balang araw ay magsisilbing gabay sa mga taong nawawalan ng pag asang umulad at abutin ang mga pangarap. sa sakripisyo nagmumula ang pagmamahal..... at ang pagmamahal ang magbubuo sa mga pangarap.



Lubos na nagpapasalamat

Mark Anthony B. Paragas
Ofw Seafarer


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15 November 2012

Villar Foundation invites 2nd OFW & Family Summit

Villar Foundation stood up for their cause, once again the organization invites all OFW and family to come and be involved in the 2nd OFW Summit. This year's theme " Hanep ang Buhay dahil may Hanapbuhay", honours the hardships of every Overseas Filipino Workers across the globe. The venue will be at the World Trade Center on November 22, 2012

Please read details below:

Before you fill up the registration form below, please be ready with soft/scanned copy of the valid passport of the OFW and any of the following documents:

(Bago mag-fill up ng registration form, paki-handa ang kopya ng valid passport ng OFW at kahit ano sa mga sumusunod na mga dokumento)



• Remittance Slip

• OWA/POEA Registration

• Seaman’s Book

• Allotment Certificate

• or Employment Contract



If a relative is attending the event in behalf of the OFW, a document to support the relationship of the representative to the OFW should be provided

(Kung kamag-anak ang dadalo in behalf ng OFW, mag-submit ng dokumentong magsusuporta sa relasyon ng representative sa OFW)



For parent of single OFW

(Sa magulang ng Walang Asawa na OFW)

• OFW birth certificate where name of one parent matches the registrant

(OFW birth certificate kung saan ang pangalan ng magulang ay tutugma

sa rehistrante)



For brother/sister of single OFW

(Sa Kapatid ng Walang Asawa na OFW)

• Birth certificates of OFW and his/her sibling; where name of one parent

in both birth certificates is the same

(Birth certificate ng OFW at Birth Certificate ng kapatid, na kung saan ang

pangalan ng isa sa magulang ay makikita sa parehong Birth Certificates)



For spouse of married OFW

(Sa Asawa ng OFW)

• OFW marriage certificate



For child of married OFW

(Sa anak ng May Asawang OFW)

• Birth certificate of child where name of one parent is the OFW

(Birth certificate ng anak kung saan isa sa mga magulang ay ang OFW)



Your registration will not be accepted unless the foregoing document requirements are attached.

(Ang inyong registration ay mababale-wala kung hindi makapag-submit ng naturang dokumento)

To register click the link below:



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01 November 2012

OFW, How Can You Earn Extra Income through Blogging

An OFW who earns more than a million every month is too lucky to get such high paying job, but for most of us, other source of extra income is really necessary.

Starting a blog is not a good idea when you badly needed additional money now, but when you start it today, it could help you later on when you take good care of it. Here are some guidelines based on my personal experience which aim to help you.

1. Set up a blog at Blogger (blogspot.com).

When entering into the world of blogging, I can only recommend two platforms for you, the Wordpress.com and Blogger. But since advertising is Wordpress.com is not allowed for newly created blogs which have only little traffic, you better start blogging at Blogger or blogspot.com.

Do not be lazy to search for tutorials in the internet if there are something you do not know how to do. Almost every idea you needed are now available internet in just few clicks.

If you’re lazy, it is better for you to stop reading this post from this point.

2. Write a blog post in freestyle.

There many tips online which suggest steps on what to do and what to write in your first few days or weeks in blogging, but I tell you, feel free to write anything. Just write nicely, it doesn’t need to be perfect.

You can even say that you are trying to make a post but you do not know how to start. You can write about what was your dream last night or what did you eat this morning. Just be nice in your language.

I also started a freestyle blog. I wrote about window display ideas, design, my personal experiences, my favorite stuff and anything which I feel good writing about.

It is easy to create content if you do not think of any rules in writing.

3. Network with other bloggers.

There are already millions of bloggers in the world and it would be easy to get connected with them online. Join with their group on Facebook, on forums and any other places in the internet where you can find them or should I say, us.



By connecting with them, you can learn a lot about blogging which you can use to improve your blog and you blogging skills.

4. Apply for your Adsense.

I intentionally put this idea in the third part because it is better to apply for your Adsense account if your blog have at least more than ten posts.

On the other hand, you can actually apply for an Adsense account at the same day you created you blog. This is the recent information I have receive from new bloggers.

Adsense will help you earn very little income while your blog is still new. Don’t expect hundred dollars from Adsense during your first six month in blogging.

5. Improve your content and writing style.

If you will just stick on a freestyle writing, do not expect to receive bigger amount of extra income from blogging. Improve your content. Improve your writing style. Improve you blog.

The better content you have, the closer you are to success.

6. Identify your niche and write for your audience.

A blog which is serving a specific group of audience is more like to succeed than a blog with random topics.

According to Seth Godin, “The most effective stories match the world view of tiny audience – and then that tiny audience spread the story.”

7. Grow your blog and keep earning from it.

Maintain your blog. Publish contents regularly. Buy your own domain name, and if you can, go for a self-hosted blog.

When you blog will have high traffic and ranking, you can start accepting sponsored post, direct advertisements and other avenue to generate income from your blog and blogging. Your blog will be a good source of passive income when it has good quality.

That’s all for now. Thank you for reading. Godspeed!

__________

Jyppe A. Quidores is a print design and visual merchandising specialist. He blogs at The Creativity Window about (but not limited to) visual arts with emphasis on visual merchandising, print design (e.g. packaging design), product photography and creative display – which are helpful for retailers and other individuals from different creative fields especially the beginners. Follow him on Twitter @jpquidores.



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19 October 2012

Communication in a Relationship

Communication is a vital part of our lives: a typical day involves many interactions between ourselves, our work colleagues and clients, our children, our friends, our ex's, future relationships, etc. This interaction takes place where we live, work, relax, socialize and wherever we perform routine tasks. 

Communication skills are critical for building healthy relationships, especially when one realizes that one of the most common causes of relational breakdown is a lack of communication. Just as communication can be the most important part of a relationship; arguments can be the most destructive aspect - the closer we are to someone, the more easily we can bruise or be bruised. There is very little truth in the saying: "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never harm me." It's not what we say, but rather how we say it, that most often hurts another person.


Do you identify with any of these statements? 

"He never listens to me when I talk!" 

"She talks and talks, but never actually says anything!" 

"It's like talking to a brick wall" 

"I can't get through to you" 

"We can't talk about anything important without getting into a fight" 

"She's too emotional - she's either crying or shouting or complaining. It's easier to avoid her" 

"He always gets defensive when I try to talk about issues" 

Communication is a complex process; of which speaking only makes up for 10-20%. The other 80-90% is made up by facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, etc. 

Communication is the art/ science of transferring a thought/ idea/ information from the mind of one complex human being to the mind of one or more complex human being(s). For communication to be effective, it must be a two-way process. 

Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication 

1. Facts: are both people communicating about the same set of facts? Try to separate the facts from thoughts or feelings. 

2. Interpretations, Thoughts or Perceptions: Each person interprets a fact differently based on their belief system, personality, values and experience. 

3. Feelings: how we are feeling, our current mood and frame of mind, etc can sub-consciously affect decisions and thoughts. 

4. Intentions, Needs or Wants: hidden agendas; are we looking for comfort, clarification, information or simply a chance to interact? We judge ourselves on our intentions. 

5. Actions: choice of words (is the intent to create harm?) + tone of voice + non-verbal speech = body language, posture, eye contact, facial expressions, etc. 

"The medium is the message" => the way the message is delivered is the message itself.

6. Self: The communication centre, which includes the issue, topic or conflict at hand, has been "filtered" by the facts, interpretations, thoughts, feelings, intentions, and choices of behaviour / actions. 

Listening and Feedback 

Did I say what I meant to say? - Invite feedback to clarify communication. 

Someone who's not listening lets their mind drift and is already preparing the next argument or opposing thought; inaccurate feedback or limited eye contact. 

Listening is an active, not a passive process. When two people argue, they only hear "what they want to hear", not what's actually said. This equates to the accusation of "not listening". Most couples start arguing and within 5 minutes are arguing about the way they are arguing. 

Don't argue when you're angry - you will not be able to listen objectively. Give yourself time to cool down and then broach the subject when you are in a more reasonable frame of mind. 

It's important to give feedback - checking and confirming. Did I understand you correctly? Is this what you mean? I heard you say this: am I right? Feedback can be verbal / non-verbal e.g. a nod, smile, silence or a cold shoulder. No feedback is in itself a form of feedback. 

If the words and actions contradict each other, it is better to believe the actions! 

Conflict Resolution 

Conflict resolution can either be Constructive or Destructive. 

Destructive Style - hinders or inhibits the conflict resolution process: 

Confrontational (win or lose, blaming) 

Sabotage (focus on weak points, shaming) 

Manipulation (blackmail, withdrawal) 

Giving in (passive, submissive) 

Avoidance (denial, withdrawal) 

Constructive Style – trying to minimize the issues and avoiding the difficulties in resolving the problems: 

Compromise (meet halfway, understanding) 

Accommodate (open discussion, communication without confrontation) 

Partnership (solutions, forgiveness, honesty) 

When trying to resolve conflicts, try to clarify your goals, as you will probably share many of the same goals despite of your differences. Avoid bargaining, as this may lead to each party taking a rigid position which in turn can flare tempers. 

When resolving conflicts, remember that their causes may run deep. Sweeping issues under the carpet isn’t going to work in the long term, as old baggage will be brought up each time an argument starts. Try to fully resolve each issue as it comes along. You may find the following method useful: 

1. Ask the other person for their feelings. Your conflict probably isn’t about the issue that caused it to start in the first place. Don’t forget that your goal is sorting out the problem, not winning an argument! 

2. Ask the other person to define the problem. Stick to solving one problem at a time, that way you can understand each problem as the other person sees it. 

3. Express your own feelings. Be careful to word them carefully, for example use phrases such as “I feel…” rather than “I think you…” 

4. Define the problem as you see it. As your feelings come out, the solution may become clearer. Remember that by you listening to the other person; you will have set the tone for them to listen to you. 

5. Create multiple solutions. Don’t go back to your original agenda. Aim to find alternative or creative solutions that reduce emotions and tension. 

6. Rate the possible solutions. Remember that no one can force an unacceptable solution on the other. 

7. Combine and create a mutually acceptable solution. Create something acceptable to both parties, if this doesn’t work – go back to step 1 and ensure both parties are being totally honest. 

8. Be sure both parties agree to work towards resolving the issue. 

Troubleshooting For Problems in Communication 

Control or Power Issues: Effective communication cannot take place if one person has "control" over the other or where there is not mutual respect and equality of relationship. To stay in control leads to relational isolation as the underdog reacts in anger at being manipulated or belittled. 

Triangulation: Do not bring in a third party to avoid direct confrontation. If you have a problem with someone, go directly to that person. Don't dump your accusations on mutual friends or your children in the hope of winning support to balance the scales in your favour - it leads to more substantial and long-lasting damage, especially when a child is used as a weapon between parents. 

19 Steps to Effective Communication 

1. See communication as an opportunity to praise, build-up, affirm, heal, support and give positive reinforcement, rather than to correct, criticise, tear down, hurt, wound, lash out at. Praise opens doors to further communication, while criticism shuts them down. 

2. Remember that actions speak louder than words; non-verbal communication usually is more powerful than verbal communication. Avoid double messages in which the verbal and the non-verbal messages convey something contradictory. (Credibility gap) 

3. Define what is important and stress it; define what is unimportant and de-emphasise or ignore it. Avoid fault-finding. 

4. Communicate in ways that show respect for the other person’s worth as a human being. “Avoid statements which begin with the words “You never …” or “I think you …”. 

5. Be clear and specific in your communication. Avoid vagueness. 

6. Be realistic and reasonable in your statements. Avoid exaggeration and sentences which begin with “You always …” 

7. Test all your assumptions verbally by asking if they are accurate. Avoid acting until this is done. 

8. Recognize that each event can be seen from different points of view. Avoid assuming that other people see things like you do. (Perception) 

9. Recognize that your family members and close friends are experts on you and your behaviour. Avoid the tendency to deny their observations about you – especially if you are not sure. 

10. Recognize that disagreement can be a meaningful form of communication. Avoid destructive arguments. 

11. Be honest and open about your feelings and viewpoints. Bring up all significant problems even if you are afraid that doing so will disturb another person. Speak the truth in love. Avoid sullen silences. 

12. Do not put down and/or manipulate the other person with tactics such as ridicule, interrupting, name-calling, changing the subject, blaming, bugging, sarcasm, criticism, pouting, guilt-inducing, etc. Avoid the one-upmanship game. 

13. Be more concerned about how your communication affects others than about what you intended. Avoid getting bitter if you are misunderstood. 

14. Accept all feelings and try to understand why others feel and act as they do. Avoid the tendency to say, “you shouldn’t feel like that.” 

15. Be tactful considerate and courteous. Avoid taking advantage of the other person’s feelings. 

16. Ask questions and listen carefully. Avoid preaching or lecturing. 

17. Do not use excuses. Avoid falling for the excuses of others. 

18. Speak kindly politely and softly. Avoid nagging yelling or whining. 

19. Recognize the value of humour and seriousness. Avoid destructive teasing. 

Summary 

As you look ahead to new relationships, you need to be able to break old and faulty communication patterns to allow for healthier interaction. The use of praise and positive reinforcement will reconstruct wounded and broken self-images and will build self-esteem, particularly in children. By becoming an effective communicator, you will also grow and become a better person which will positively enhance all your relationships.


About The Author
Michael Brady is web entrepreneur and is currently running a very popular dating site (Dating In Ireland). He wishes to coach people on some skills that will make them more prepared for an online dating experience.
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.datinginireland.singlescrowd.com

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04 October 2012

Philippine's Department of Tourism Newest Video

The Department of Tourism has released a new promotional video the newest" It's more fun in the Philippines. This video shows the whole package of travel, exploration and a majestic journey to discover the unique 7,107 Islands in the Philippine Archipelago.

The video runs in 2 minutes and 45 seconds but the whole run through highlights the history way back from the Spanish Era to the American occupation and of course the diversity of the Philippines islands from  the white powdered sandy beaches to the green mountain tops.

There's nothing more like exploring  the Philippines over and over again. Watch the video below.

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28 September 2012

Cris "Kesz" Valdez : A Former Street Kid Shines!

Cris "Kesz" Valdez shines and inspires more than 10,000 street kids in the Philippines and perhaps the whole world. He is this year's recipient of the Intentional Children Peace Award. A child who was often beaten by his father and forced to look for money to buy drug and alcohol. Run away to stay alive and stayed at the dump site at 4. He suffered terrible misfortunes at a very young age.

But from there on he stood up with the help of his foster father, he started to inspire fellow street kids by taking care of their wounds, guiding and teaching proper hygiene and giving them gifts which he usually never had before.

It is a shame for ourselves that this time a 13 years old former street kid take the lead to fill in the missing link between society and street living. He felt the hardships but the burden gave him enough strength to lay hands to the needy, those forgotten by our society.

These video just showed how extra ordinary Cris "Kesz" Valdez in his struggle. A true inspiration not only to the street kids but to everyone.

According to Angelican Bishop Desmod Tutu " these young people show the incredible resilience in human spirit"




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23 September 2012

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22 September 2012

Phils. Anti- Cybercrime Law: A threat to social media users freedom of Speech?

September 12 was the date Pres. Aquino signed the anti-cybercrime law, The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

Many social media users specially bloggers decry the stipulations of this law. According to them, the fear of the implications from the new cybercrime law in which the freedom of expression will be choked and so with the freedom of the press. This law might have hightened the provision of  libel though from using  the latest technology in communication. 

The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is intended to punish offenses such as identity theft, spamming, cybersex, child pornography,  hacking and libel.

The concern of the bloggers and  the general social medi users would be, what happen to the freedom of expression?. One thing for sure, online libel offenses will expectedly a major subject in court litigation. 

According to a certain  comment posted under Philstar.com, that the Philippines Anti-cybercrime Prevention Act has broaden the scope of the libel law from which the United Nations Human Rights Council declared it excessive and called the Philippine government to review the provision to a favor of decriminalizing libel.

Eventually, this law is a clear sign that the Philippines is moving backward from the digital world. "The passage of this law will signal a floodgates of internet regulations that will gravely affect Filipino netizens" according to The  Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility.

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20 September 2012

2B Pesos OFW Reintegration Program

The facts about OFW Reintegration Program is a hot topicfor OFW's wannabe entrepreneur. Again this has shown in ABS-CBN News featuring former OFWs' now a successful entrepreneur.Sadly, this is not available to all those interested OFW. There are important requirements and a thorough assesment to those potential borrowers.

Below are details from the Fact Sheet I received OWWA Personnel whom I interviewed about this supposedly gracious gesture from the government looking up to the hardships of our fellow OFWs'.

The National Reintegration Center for OFWs' offers a maximum of 2 Billion Pesos OFW Reintegration Fund. This is a special loan program from Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in partnership with Land Bank and the Development Bank of the Philippines. This is inteneded to support entreprise development among OFWs' and their families.

Eligible active OFWs' may apply if completed the Entrepreneural Development Training conducted by NCRO and OWWA in cooperation with the Department of Trade and Industry/ Philippine Trade Training Center and Bureau of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development.

The visible project must have a viable business plan and will generate a monthly income of not less than Php.10,000.

The loanable amount is 2 Million pesos maximum and minimum of Php. 300,000 with an interest rate of 7.5% per annum.A fixed term based on the diminising balance.

All loan application must have a corresponding collateral most importantly in a real estate. However, if you have a viable business plan that has a proven success rate they might consider a non collateral loan pertaining you have proofs of a market business greement or a purchase order or contracts.

 

If you are interested get more details and visit OWWA office personally and be informed of the necessary requirements.

www.owwa.gov.ph


 





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20 August 2012

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