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PIA Press Release
2010/07/13

Panabo PESO conducts AIR campaign

by Erwin Cubio

Davao City (13 July) -- The Local Government of Panabo headed by Mayor Jose L. Silvosa, Sr. thru the Public Employment Services Office (PESO) conducted the Anti-Illegal Recruitment (AIR) Seminar on July 6, 2010 at Barangay Lower Panaga, Panabo City.

Barangay Lower Panaga is situated 25km from the city proper and is one of the far flung barangays that are aggressively joining the PESO in campaign against illegal recruitment in their constituents.

The seminar was attended by barangay officials and functionaries. After the seminar they were tasked to orient their constituents about the importance of the campaign and how to fight illegal recruitment.

"This is an information drive to orient the barangay leaders and their constituents the bad effects in making transaction with the illegal recruiters and to protect our job-seekers in employing abroad." stressed Darlaine C. Normandia, PESO guest speaker.

Also present during the seminar were Marithel Commendador and Jeny S. Dapar who lectured on 10 Ways to Prevent Illegal Recruitment and How to Identify Illegal Recruiter.

To carry out the campaign at the grassroots level, PESO has seen the need to expand its network by partnering with the Barangays to carry out the campaign. Figures have shown that the number of illegal-recruitment victims has increased every year. This signaled for more aggressive, sustainable and collaborative efforts are necessary.

Panabo PESO has committed to provide information materials like posters, brochures and an updated list of license agencies for dissemination and distribution at the barangay level. It also assured to all barangays to have a regular schedule in AIR campaign to all 40 barangays. (CIO Panabo) [top]

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