Manila Bulletin: Concern on OFWs’ Plight Aired

A migrant workers’ welfare group Wednesday expressed alarm over the “growing cases of mysterious” deaths of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW). Migrante International said they receive at least two cases of mysterious deaths every month. The group currently handles nine cases of mysterious deaths where most of the victims are women OFWs. Migrante International chairman Garry Martinez said Terril Atienza whose remains were flown back to the country last Dec. 9 from Mongolia is the latest addition to the list of OFWs who died under mysterious circumstances abroad. “A few days before Women’s Day, we are once again aghast and enraged by this latest injustice against our Pinay kababayan. We join Atienza’s family in calling for a probe on her mysterious death,” Martinez said. To read the full article, click hereConcern on OFWs’ Plight Aired

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