News PH gov't transported over 46,000 OFWs to their provinces

PH gov’t transported over 46,000 OFWs to their provinces


The government of the Philippines continues to send back overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to their respective provinces through the ‘Hatid Tulong Program.’ 

According to the recent data released by the Department of Transportation, around 46,225 OFWs have been transported back to their hometowns as of June 22. 

Of this number, 13,403 were transported through land transportation; 18,085 through air transport; and 14,737 through sea transport. 

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