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Elsa U. Villa

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PAMANA

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PAMANA

P.O. Box 1164

Allen, Texas,75013

United States

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Anti-Human Trafficking | Blas F. Ople Policy Center & Training Institute

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Organized by the country's biggest associations of recruitment agencies led by Elsa Villa of the Philippine Association ... Read More »


IACAT, POEA enlists support of recruitment industry in fight against human trafficking | Blas F. Ople Policy Center & Training Institute

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Organized by the country's biggest associations of recruitment agencies led by Elsa Villa of the Philippine Association of Service Providers Inc. (PASEI), Jun Macas of the Australia& New Zealand Association of Employment Providers of the Philippines Inc. (ANZAEPP), Ana Marie Nangan of the Pilipino Manpower Agencies Accredited to Taiwan Inc. (PILMAT), and John Bertiz of the Philippine Recruitment Agencies Accredited to Saudi Arabia Inc. (PRAASA) in partnership with the Blas F. Ople Policy Center and the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT), the one-day seminar "Understanding the Expanded Anti-Trafficking Law in the Context of Philippine Overseas Employment" will be held at the New World Manila Bay Hotel, Malate, Manila.


POEA Chief deserves praise, not ouster | Blas F. Ople Policy Center & Training Institute

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"We support the drive of the POEA to institute reforms within the recruitment sector with emphasis on fair recruitment practices for the greater protection of our modern-day heroes," Elsa Villa, PASEI president, said.
PASEI issued a statement in reaction to a call from a group of disgruntled recruitment agency owners that is calling for the ouster of POEA Administrator Cacdac for his alleged arbitrary actions in disciplining erring recruitment agencies.


Kuwait to hire 2K Filipino nurses with $900 entry-level salary | The Filipino Times

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Filipino nurses can easily draw a minimum monthly salary of $900 at the entry level itself, GMA News quoted PASEI President Elsa Villa.
Villa said that the labor minister and a group of private corporations in Kuwait told them new hospitals are expected to be constructed there in the next few months, hence increasing the demand for thousands of workers in the construction field as well. Job orders are expected to be issued through PASEI soon. "This is one area in Kuwait where there will be an increase in demand of medical workers but the private sector will be able to tell the requirements, mga nurses ito," Villa reportedly said.


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According to Elsa Villa, president of the Philippine Association of Service Exporters Inc. (PASEI), German language training takes about six months and costs around P60,000.
"And you cannot just take it in any particular school na merong language training - because I'm sure magmu-mushroom yan ngayon because of this - it has to be accredited by the government of Germany. Yun ho ang medyo madugo diyan," she said.


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