By: Emy Retuta
OVERSEAS Filipino Workers (OFWs) should make sure that their membership with the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) is updated before leaving the country.
Updated member records and premium contributions will help ensure that migrant worker-members of PhilHealth, including their legal dependents, will be able to avail themselves of their benefits when the need arises.
City Mayor John Bongat, along with City Administrator Jun Mongoso, CEPPIO Chief Allen Reondanga, ACTO Chief Alec Santon, and Clarine Palomares Tobias, former president of the Metro Naga Chamber of Commerce and Industry, received the award for the city.
The Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) congratulates Naga City for being awarded as the Most Competitive Component City in the Philippines by the National Competitiveness Council (NCC). The City Government of Naga is working with CFO in the implementation of the Joint Migration and Development Initiative in Bicol. Moreover, Naga City’s online services are also pilot tested in CFO’s BaLinkBayan website.
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