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Frequently Asked Questions on the Ebola Virus

  What is Ebola virus disease (EVD)? Ebola is a severe, infectious often-fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees) caused by infection with Ebola virus.  It is very infectious, kills in a short time but can be prevented. How did it spread? The natural reservoir of the virus is unknown and it is not always clear how ... Read More »

Planning to work overseas?

Q: How do I know if an agency is licensed by the POEA and the job vacancy abroad actually exists? A: You can check or verify at the POEA Assistance and Information Center, Blas F. Ople (BFO) Building, Ortigas Avenue cor. EDSA, Mandaluyong City, or call the POEA hotlines at 722-1144 or 722-1155. You may also visit the POEA website ... Read More »

FAQ on the NITAQAT System of the KSA

What is the NITAQAT? Arabian for “ranges,” the Nitaqat is an incentive program designed by the Ministry of Labor of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) for the nationalization of the private sector workplace. This is to answer the growing youth unemployment among Saudi citizens, which is higher than every country in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) except ... Read More »