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Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Muralla Wing cor. General Luna St., Intramuros, Manila, 1002, Philippines DOLE Hotline: 527-8000 Official website link:


Brief description: The DOLE is the national government agency mandated to formulate and implement policies and programs, and serve as the policy-advisory arm of the Executive Branch in the field of labor and employment.

Overseas Workers Welfare Administration 2nd Floor, OWWA Center cor. 7th & F.B. Harrison Sts., Pasay City 1300 Head Office:
Trunkline: (+632) 891-7601 to 24 loc 5204, 5206, 5214
Administrative: (+632) 551-6650
TeleFax: (+632) 804-0640
Email: owwa_ncr@yahoo.comOWWA Hotline: (+632) 551-1560
(+632) 551-6641
Celphone num: (0917) Txt OWWA or (0917) 898-6992
Fax No: 891-7601 to 24
Fax No: (+632) 804-0638
Email: owwa_opcenter247@yahoo.com
Official web link: http://www.owwa.gov.ph/
Brief description: OWWA focuses on the welfare of the OFWs and their families. It is present in all three stages of migration: pre-departure, on-site, and upon arrival. Before the first-time workers leave, OWWA educates them on the realities of overseas work. They also undergo basic language training. Abroad, OWWA assists the OFWs whenever they encounter concerns with their employers . Finally, when the OFW is back, OWWA is ready with its livelihood trainings and programs for the OFWs’ reintegration.
OWWA-Overseas Operations Coordination Service (OOCS) Rm. 401, 4th Flr. OWWA Center.

Cor. 7th & F.B. Harrison Sts.,

Pasay City

Tel Num: 891-7601 local 5510 / 5406
Email: oocsarea1@gmail.com (Asia Posts)
Link: http://www.owwa.gov.ph/?q=content/overseas-operations-coordination-service-oocs
OWWA- Regional Operations Coordinating Service Rm. 601, 6th Flr. OWWA Ctr.

Cor. 7th & F.B. Harrison Sts.,

Pasay City

Hotline : 551-6644
Telephone: 551-1134
891-7601 – 24 (Trunkline)
local 5902 / 5903
TeleFax: 551-1134
Email: owwa_rocs2@yahoo.com.ph
Link: http://www.owwa.gov.ph/?q=content/regional-operations-coordinating-service
OWWA-Repatriation and Assistance Division (RAD) Rm. 201, 6th Flr. OWWA Ctr.

Cor. 7th & F.B. Harrison Sts.,

Pasay City

Telephone: 891-7601 local 5201 / 5213 891-7728
TeleFax: 551-6648 , 551-6647
Email: owwa_rad@yahoo.com.ph
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o55BJNMXjOzbVF1tNfzlSSeFYRMxLcjZUCskIev93m0/edit#
Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City, Philippines Telephone: 632 722 1144 – 632 722 1155
Email: info@poea.gov.ph
Link: http://www.poea.gov.ph/
Brief description: POEA’s legal mandates are to promote and develop the overseas employment programs, to protect the rights of migrant workers , to regulate private sector of participation in recruitment and overseas placement maintain registry of skills, and to secure best terms of employment for OFWs.


Center for Migrant Advocacy (CMA) 15 (Unit 7) CASAL Bldg. Anonas Road, Project 3

Quezon City 1102 Philippines

Telephone: +632 990-5140
Telefax: +632 433-0684
Email: cma@cmaphils.org
Website link: http://centerformigrantadvocacy.com/home-2/
Brief description: The Center for Migrant Advocacy – Philippines (CMA-Phils.) is an advocacy group that promotes the rights of overseas Filipinos – land- or sea-based migrant workers and Filipino immigrants – and their families. The Center works to help improve the economic, social and political conditions of migrant Filipino families everywhere through policy advocacy, information dissemination, networking, capability-building, and direct assistance. Also a resource center, CMA gathers information, conducts studies, and analyzes urgent issues on overseas migration and related concerns and disseminates these to its partners, networks, and constituents.
Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA 84 C Maginoo, Corner Masigla Extension Streets,

Central District, Diliman, Quezon City 1100


Telefax: +63-2-433-3508
Phone: +63-2-277-9484
Email: mfa@mfasia.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrantforumasia
Website link: www.mfasia.org
Brief description: MFA is a regional network of non-government organizations (NGOs), associations and trade unions of migrant workers, and individual advocates in Asia who are committed to protect and promote the rights and welfare of migrant workers. MFA acts as a facilitator, a regional communication and coordination point between member-organizations and advocates, forging concerted action to address discriminatory laws and policies, violence against women migrants, unjust living conditions, unemployment in the homeland and other issues affecting migrant workers.
Batis Center 54 K-9th, West Kamias Quezon City, Philippines1102 Telefax: (632) 709-7481
Email: batiscenter@yahoo.com
Website link: www.batiscenterforwomen.org
Batis Center for Women is a non-profit organization working to assist distressed Filipino women migrants – victims of trafficking and illegal recruitment, causalities of unsafe and exploitative working conditions in foreign land, victims of domestic violence, abandoned or deported foreign spouses with their transnational children, displaced and abused migrant workers in war or conflict situation, and other forms of violence against women migrants and their families.
Kanlungan Centre Foundation Inc. #77 K-10th Street, Kamias Quezon City 1102 Philippines Telefax No: 928-2384
Email: kanlungan2008@gmail.com
Website link: http://www.kanlungan.org/
Kanlungan Centre Foundation Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit organization engaged in direct service, advocacy work, research, and policy interventions for Filipino migrant workers who are survivors of human trafficking, illegal recruitment, workplace abuse, and non-payment of wages, as well as their families and their communities.
Development Action for Women Network (DAWN) Room 514, Don Santiago Building.
1344 Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila, Philippines 1000
Telephone #: (632) 526-9098
Fax #:
(632) 526-9101
E-mail: dawnphil@pldtdsl.net
Website link: http://www.dawnphil.org/aboutdawn.htm The Development Action for Women Network (DAWN) is a non-government development organization created on February 6, 1996 to assist Filipino women migrants in Japan and their Japanese-Filipino children (JFC) in the promotion and protection of their human rights and welfare.

G/F Hoffner Building, Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University

Loyola Heights, Quezon City


Tel: (632) 426-6001 loc. 4858-4860
Fax: (632) 426-6124
Website link: http://www.saligan.org/


SALIGAN’s current project with Save the Children Philippines named “Kasama ang mga
Bata sa Pamamahala” which is being piloted in Davao City, Quezon City and the province
of South Cotabato was recently featured in the local daily, Mindanao Times.
Episcopal Commission for Pastoral Care for Migrant an dItinerant People-Catholic Bishop Confere’nce in the Philippines (CBCP ECMI)  CBCP Bldg., 470 Gen Luna St. Intramuros, Manila Tel. No. 527-4135/ 527-4142
Fax No. 527-9568
E-mail: plad@indo.com.ph
 Website link : http://www.cbcponline.net/ecmi/contact.htm#

The beginnings of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines may be traced back to 15 February 1945 , when the Catholic Welfare Organization (CWO) was created. Back then, it had 17 members.

The beginnings of the Episcopal Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (ECMI) may be traced back to the year 1955, when the Episcopal Commission-Committee on Emigration reported to the CWO the situation of Filipinos in USA, Hawaii, and Guam, and the corresponding actions taken by the church.