News OWWA-Dubai to give OFWs assistance for urgent food requirements

OWWA-Dubai to give OFWs assistance for urgent food requirements

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The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration-Dubai (OWWA) is reportedly giving aid to Filipinos in the emirate affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a Tag 911 report, it states that ‘Dubai will be giving OWWA assistance for urgent food requirements, affected by Covid,19 problem (per family).’

The report noted that this is subject to OWWA evaluation.

Documents needed:

  1. Passport copy (information data)
  2. Valid employment visa not less than 90 days
  3. Proof of displacement from work/notice letter from the employer/company
  4. Duly filled up application form
  5. OWWA membership

Qualified members will receive:

-AED 300 for active OWWA members
-AED 200 for inactive OWWA members

Documents must be sent at dubai@owwa.gov.ph or WhatsApp +971 50 558 5536 for evaluation.

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