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PLEASE PRAY FOR THEIR SAFETY - Fred Dellava is a journalist covering many issues that impact reforms in a decadent society. He covers the elections in Lanao del Sur where media played the key role in making the historic "No Failure" of elections in the province and the ensuing national recognition to the PNP provincial director bagging the presidential award. Fred has dared a life-threatening duty in the field and he is now paying dearly. With the crucial social impact imparted by the likes of Fred, it is then imperative for us to come at once and shield Fred and his family from this life-threatening situation. With the might of our pens we all march by the thousands and take the fight of Fred and by the fierce of tooth and nails we will crush the enemy and put to end the persistent killings of journalists.
Lord I believe, You are a great protector of my life. I come up with this statement as to disclose my burden in mind and so to help my kids and my wife...
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KSA Embassy Hold Joint Prayer Today
PARDON FOR JAILED OFWs PUSHED IN KING ABDULLAH’S REMEMBRANCE
For Press Release 26 January 2015

Source: Raisonel D. Magangcong, President
Altifahny Laguindab, Secretariat, CP# 0946-595-7629
ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc., 
4th Floor VAREB Mansion, 1A Mabini Street Cor. Malvar St.
Malate Manila


MAKATI CITY – Philippine leaders from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao pays last respect to the Arab King in a joint prayer today at the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Manila.

Malacanang had earlier extend condolences to the Saudi Royal family citing legacy of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Saud in mercy and compassion for the Filipino workers in the Kingdom.

President Aquino particularly commended the late monarch for granting clemency to OFWs under trial and for extending financial assistance to save Rodelio Lanuza from the death row.  The King often gives opportunity for distress OFWs to correct their status, and for standardizing employment contracts in Saudi Arabia.

In a letter to the Kingdom, the alliance of Recruitment Agencies of the Philippines (ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc.) together with the MILF are hopeful for the ensuing King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to further strengthened mercy and compassion towards the Filipino workers.

The group has pledged to help Filipinos who are languishing in jails abroad by funding training for diplomats, lawyers and social workers from the ranks of Bangsamoro professionals.
 
The fund being offered by ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc. would also help to support and establish legal and humanitarian assistance for overseas Filipino workers in jails. 
 
President of the group, Raisonel Datu Magangcong, have earlier called on fellow Muslims to help the Aquino government save the lives of Filipinos in death rows in the Middle East. More than 250 Filipino workers are currently in death rows and over 7,000 in jails awaiting death penalty.
 
MILF sending support to the group has endorsed a policy proposal adopted from an OFW forum citing incapacity of embassy personnel to facilitate cases of distress Filipino workers, as well as the lack of effective program that addresses the psycho-social health of OFWs coping homesickness and culture shock. 

The group has announced to dispatch emissaries to coordinate with the host countries for the new scheme of crises intervention involving Filipino Muslims who are actively engage in the diplomatic community and regarded with high respect in the Middle East.
 
ARAP-OFW Foundation has urged the government to allocate more funding for additional embassy personnel and consular offices in the Middle East, especially in countries where there are large presence of Filipino workers, to ensure their welfare. 
 
According to data provided by the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi, there are over 100,000 Filipinos working as domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates – which is one of the largest OFW populations in the world with roughly 40% working in low-paying jobs.
 
The ARAP-OFW Foundation, which is representing hundreds of recruitment agencies deploying Filipino workers in the Middle East, said it would enter into contract with Bangsamoro leaders for the recruitment and training of Muslim diplomats, lawyers and social workers for immediate deployment abroad in collaboration with Arab counterparts. This will compose the first batch of private personnel augmenting deficiencies of embassies and consulates in United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
 
Aside from that, ARAP-OFW Foundation said it will also sign a memorandum of agreement with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority for competency standardization of embassies' personnel. It said the partnership aims to raise competent delivery of the welfare of OFWs and effective rapport with employers and government of the host country.














ARAP- OFW Foundation, Inc.
4th Floor VAREB Mansion
1A Mabini Street corner Malvar Street
Malate Manila



26 January 2015

His Majesty King SALMAN BIN ABDULAZIZ AL SAUD
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


Your Majesty,

The Alliance of Recruitment Agencies of the Philippines and the Bangsamoro people share in your loss of the illustrious monarch and revered leader.  

Our thoughts go out to the Saudi royal family and the people of Saudi Arabia.

The late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Saud are most especially remembered for valuing the contributions of Filipino migrant workers in the national development of the Kingdom.  

The recruitment industry in our country are hopeful that Your Highness ascends to the throne will further strengthened and deepened the benevolence, mercy and compassion towards the Filipino workers in the Kingdom, most especially those who landed in jails and on death row. 


Yours Sincerely,

RAISONEL D. MAGANGCONG, MOHAMAD Al Hadj
President – ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc.
Bangsamoro Emissary for the Filipino Migrant Workers
   

 


 
 
 
 


 

 

 

 
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Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz waits before a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (not pictured) at his desert encampment in Rawdat al-Khuraim in this January 5, 2014 file photo. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has died, state television reported early on January 23, 2015, ...
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KSA Embassy Hold Joint Prayer Today
PARDON FOR JAILED OFWs PUSHED IN KING ABDULLAH’S REMEMBRANCE
For Press Release 26 January 2015

Source: Raisonel D. Magangcong, President
Altifahny Laguindab, Secretariat, CP# 0946-595-7629
ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc., 
4th Floor VAREB Mansion, 1A Mabini Street Cor. Malvar St.
Malate Manila


MAKATI CITY – Philippine leaders from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao pays last respect to the Arab King in a joint prayer today at the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Manila.

Malacanang had earlier extend condolences to the Saudi Royal family citing legacy of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Saud in mercy and compassion for the Filipino workers in the Kingdom.

President Aquino particularly commended the late monarch for granting clemency to OFWs under trial and for extending financial assistance to save Rodelio Lanuza from the death row.  The King often gives opportunity for distress OFWs to correct their status, and for standardizing employment contracts in Saudi Arabia.

In a letter to the Kingdom, the alliance of Recruitment Agencies of the Philippines (ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc.) together with the MILF are hopeful for the ensuing King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to further strengthened mercy and compassion towards the Filipino workers.

The group has pledged to help Filipinos who are languishing in jails abroad by funding training for diplomats, lawyers and social workers from the ranks of Bangsamoro professionals.
 
The fund being offered by ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc. would also help to support and establish legal and humanitarian assistance for overseas Filipino workers in jails. 
 
President of the group, Raisonel Datu Magangcong, have earlier called on fellow Muslims to help the Aquino government save the lives of Filipinos in death rows in the Middle East. More than 250 Filipino workers are currently in death rows and over 7,000 in jails awaiting death penalty.
 
MILF sending support to the group has endorsed a policy proposal adopted from an OFW forum citing incapacity of embassy personnel to facilitate cases of distress Filipino workers, as well as the lack of effective program that addresses the psycho-social health of OFWs coping homesickness and culture shock. 

The group has announced to dispatch emissaries to coordinate with the host countries for the new scheme of crises intervention involving Filipino Muslims who are actively engage in the diplomatic community and regarded with high respect in the Middle East.
 
ARAP-OFW Foundation has urged the government to allocate more funding for additional embassy personnel and consular offices in the Middle East, especially in countries where there are large presence of Filipino workers, to ensure their welfare. 
 
According to data provided by the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi, there are over 100,000 Filipinos working as domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates – which is one of the largest OFW populations in the world with roughly 40% working in low-paying jobs.
 
The ARAP-OFW Foundation, which is representing hundreds of recruitment agencies deploying Filipino workers in the Middle East, said it would enter into contract with Bangsamoro leaders for the recruitment and training of Muslim diplomats, lawyers and social workers for immediate deployment abroad in collaboration with Arab counterparts. This will compose the first batch of private personnel augmenting deficiencies of embassies and consulates in United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
 
Aside from that, ARAP-OFW Foundation said it will also sign a memorandum of agreement with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority for competency standardization of embassies' personnel. It said the partnership aims to raise competent delivery of the welfare of OFWs and effective rapport with employers and government of the host country.














ARAP- OFW Foundation, Inc.
4th Floor VAREB Mansion
1A Mabini Street corner Malvar Street
Malate Manila



26 January 2015

His Majesty King SALMAN BIN ABDULAZIZ AL SAUD
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


Your Majesty,

The Alliance of Recruitment Agencies of the Philippines and the Bangsamoro people share in your loss of the illustrious monarch and revered leader.  

Our thoughts go out to the Saudi royal family and the people of Saudi Arabia.

The late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Saud are most especially remembered for valuing the contributions of Filipino migrant workers in the national development of the Kingdom.  

The recruitment industry in our country are hopeful that Your Highness ascends to the throne will further strengthened and deepened the benevolence, mercy and compassion towards the Filipino workers in the Kingdom, most especially those who landed in jails and on death row. 


Yours Sincerely,

RAISONEL D. MAGANGCONG, MOHAMAD Al Hadj
President – ARAP-OFW Foundation, Inc.
Bangsamoro Emissary for the Filipino Migrant Workers
   

 


 
 
 
 


 

 

 

 
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MOROLAND TO ROME - Muslims in southern Philippines sends an "Agong" as a heartfelt expression of gratitude to the Pontiff's s support for the ongoing peace process. Upon departure of the Pope, their group advocating for the welfare of 7,000 OFWs in foreign jails will launch "BRING US BACK HOME" - A pre-OFW SUMMIT campaign with ‪#‎EndSlavery‬@PatnubayOnline.
(UPDATED) The Philippines bids goodbye to the beloved pontiff after 4 fruitful days in the country
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  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines
    Political Science, 1997 - 2000
    Bachelor's Degree in Political Science in PUP and a half-way Degree in Community Development from the University of the Philippines' College of Social Work; almost everything earned not from the established educational order of the university systems but by the radical learning environs by and between PUP and UP, with all other campuses along the stretches of the university belt, from Sta Mesa to Diliman.
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artificial intelligence; radio broadcasting; business marketing; conflict mitigation; curriculum development; disaster management; emergency response; feasibility studies; guerilla warfare guidance and counseling; innovating solutions; knowledge engineering; military tactics; political strategies PR management; Project design; propaganda writing; social enterprises; special operations; Strategic forecast; Social media;
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  • Tactical Foundation
    Planning Officer, 2010 - present
    Exclusive job contract under comprehensive working terms and conditions.
  • Freelance
    Journalist, 1999 - present
    Engaging in advocacy initiatives vis-a-vis accepting job-outs from favored entity/s for augmenting needs.
  • Lake Lanao College, Inc.
    Corporate Secretary, 2012 - 2014
    Off-site services to privileged client/s under retainer terms.
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BANGGOLO PROSPERITY PARK - Plaza Cabili in Banggolo Poblacion will host the showcase of peace and prosperity for the province of Lanao del Sur. The renovated city park will open on June 29, 2014 as the Islamic City of Marawi welcomes this year Ramadhan. Banggolo Poblacion is one of the barangays which compose the center of Marawi City in the province Lanao Del Sur. The component city Marawi City with a population of about 177,391 and its 96 barangays belongs to the urban areas in the Philippines. Banggolo Poblacion had a population of 3,248 as of 2010 census.
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