Saudi health protocols force PH labor office to suspend admission of OFW women to Bahay-Kalinga – Manila Bulletin
The Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO) in Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has announced the suspension of the admission of Filipino women workers abroad (OFW) to Bahay-Kalinga for comply with health protocols established by the Kingdom.
Bahay-Kalinga is a refuge for OFW in distress managed by POLO.
In his Opinion n ° 20-2021, the Jeddah POLO announced that it has suspended the admission of OFW women to Bahay-Kalinga from October 14, 2021.
The move complies with health protocols set by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
“We are suspending the admission of OFW women handed over by their employees due to health and safety concerns,” the notice reads.
The employers of the OFWs concerned were invited to ask the worker’s Abroad Recruitment Agency (FRA) to provide him with the necessary accommodation.
POLO also called on agency owners and their liaison officers to be proactive in addressing the concerns of their workers.
However, he pledged to be “always ready to provide the necessary assistance”.
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