Overseas Filipino


From left, Zeny Avila, Lenore R.S. Lim, Deputy Consul General Melita Sta. Maria-Thomeczek, Consul General Cecilia Rebong, Rene Ner and Fiel Zabat.


The Philippine Center Management Board (PCMB) and the Philippine Consulate General New York recently launched the book, “Art at the Philippine Center New York,” on Jan. 13 at the Kalayaan Hall of the Center.



The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has adopted by consensus a Philippine-sponsored resolution on interfaith dialogue here, moving further forward the global efforts to achieve peace and development through a comprehensive strategy.


Overseas Filipino workers, who are alleged human trafficking victims, in Los Angeles, California.


The 11 Filipinos in California who are allegedly victims of human trafficking in the United States are seeking help from the Philippine Government to allow them to pursue their case against their recruiters.



MANILA — Only a fourth of the countries employing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have been certified fit to hire by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) as mandated by the amended Migrant Workers Act.

Nov. 19, 2010



Filipino Reporter’s San Francisco, California correspondent Cris D. Kabasares, second from right, and wife Nora V. Kabasares, third from right, recently visited the headquarters and hospital facilities of the Eastern Mindanao Command (EastMinCom) in Camp Panacan, Davao City. Lt. Col. Randolph Cabangbang, right, public affairs officer of the EastMinCom escorted the couple. Cabangbang also briefed the Kabasares couple on the current peace and order situation in Eastern Mindanao.


Special to the Filipino Reporter

DAVAO CITY — On Nov. 23, 2009, barbarians in a small province of Maguindanao in Central Mindanao, Philippines, massacred 57 people, including 32 journalists, and hauled the dead with a government-owned backhoe  to shallow slumps in a hasty attempt to dump them.

Latest comments