5 months Female OFWs honored for successfully utilizing OWWA livelihood programs MB
By Erma Edera Gina Balagot Nesperos had to leave her family back in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat to work as a domestic worker in Taiwan, similar to the heart-rending stories of many overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). For almost two years, she saved money so that one day she could return to the Philippines to start her own business and hopefully make enough from it to never have to leave her family again. When Gina returned to the Philippines, she took a chance and ventured into agricultural trading business, buying and selling farm products. She took advantage of the Overseas Workers Welfare ... more