We are eager to help our kababayan through trainings and seminars to aid them on their journey abroad as well as in their search for Christ. Our topics are all important knowledge to add for one’s spiritual quest, core value and welfare.
The training prepares OFW volunteers to minister to OFW families.
A preliminary seminar given to would be advocates, para-legal volunteers with the intent to put up OFW Help Desk within their organization and churches.
A short but eye opening awareness seminar on the Mos, Dos and don’ts on Illegal Recruitment and Human Trafficking
A non-collateralized, zero-interest loan program. It is a financing initiative aimed to offer working capital loans to OFWs who are into agribusiness and agri-fishery. This includes those eligible farmers and fishers’ cooperatives associations (FCAs) in the countryside.
Provide opportunities for the OFWs and their families to establish technology-based enterprises.
The project has two phases:
A component program of the Pondo sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso (P3) fund under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). The loan facility is aimed at helping repatriated OFWs rebuild their lives by providing opportunity to become entrepreneurs.
Tulong Pangkabuhayan sa Pag-unlad ng Samahang OFWs (TULONG PUSO) - the priority programs and projects include providing livelihood projects to OFW organizations whose members are engaged in various businesses such as dry goods, water refilling stations, agricultural supplies and others.
Other trainings and events
Online Kumustahan with Stress Debriefing and counseling
Aaily FREE services offered to OFWs referred to us via POEA (DMW) and walk in clients
In partneship with organization such as InTouch Philippines, Cru, IGSL and partner churches, this is offered to our partner government organizations staff and employees, most recently during the pandemic to give space for frontliners to air their experiences and give breathing space for them.
An event scheduled in partnership with organizations, churches and LGUs to gather OFWs and families. This is scheduled with church partners as per their preferred schedule.
A developing event offered to graduating Grade 12 students to make them aware of the Migrant Workers issues and concerns.