News Bangsamoro overseas workers receive P20K cash aid from MOLE

Bangsamoro overseas workers receive P20K cash aid from MOLE


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The Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE) provided cash assistance to 400 overseas Bangsamoro workers (OBW) from Cotabato City’s 37 barangays on Tuesday as part of the reintegration program “Hanapbuhay for Bangsamoro Balik Manggagawa.”

MOLE Minister Romeo Sema reaffirmed BARMM’s commitment to providing and promoting gainful, inclusive, ongoing, and genuinely equal employment opportunities for all Bangsamoro.

According to him, the reintegration program is an example of moral governance and a commitment to serving the people of the region “so that the Bangsamoro people do not have to go outside the country just to find jobs.”

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