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Bello supports deployment of more Filipino nurses, healthcare staff overseas

Bello supports deployment of more Filipino nurses, healthcare staff overseas

6/16/2021 3:30:00 PM

Bello supports deployment of more Filipino nurses, healthcare staff overseas

MANILA - The Philippines ' labor secretary said on Wednesday he will ask for government approval to allow 5,000 more healthcare workers to be deployed abroad, double the annual cap in a country that is one of the world's biggest sources of nurses.

Nurses are among the more than 10 million Filipinos who work and live overseas, with annual remittances in excess of $30 billion a key driver for the country's consumption-driven economy."There are reasons to allow health workers to seek good jobs abroad," Bello told a news conference. "We will make sure we will not run out of nurses and doctors."

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More than 200,000 nursing graduates have chosen to work in other industries because of meager compensation and benefits in the healthcare sector, Jocelyn Andamo, secretary-general of the Filipino Nurses United, told Reuters."This is a positive development, but hopefully the deployment ban will be fully lifted," Andamo said.

At least 4,000 nurses intending to work in Germany, the Middle East, Scotland, Japan, Singapore, the United States and Australia were barred from leaving after the cap of 5,000 was reached this month, data from the nurses group show.President Rodrigo Duterte lifted a deployment ban on healthcare workers in November, but limited the number allowed to leave to ensure there would be enough at home as the Philippines battles one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in Asia. headtopics.com

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Ay dapat lng kc idedevolve nyo nnmn nurses sa lgu so give them the choice to stay and makipag awan sa slots or to look for work again aroad. 🙄 Less Filipino nurses, healthcare staff and so on would go overseas, if the salary would be better in the Philippines. But yeah, working your ass of for a few shitty ph pesos VERSUS working a maximum amount of hours per week and getting paid 3 or 4 times more abroad ...

Bello willing to have med techs exempted from deployment cap

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EP 14: Filipino nurses during the pandemicListen to this episode from ANC After The Fact on Spotify. Early during the pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte banned Filipino health care workers from leaving for work abroad. The reason was seen as logical as it was patriotic — why deploy nurses, for instance, abroad when the Philippines we are also battling a raging pandemic? But the issue, it turned out, was much more complicated. yes, our health care system needed all the help it could. But how exactly did the initial deployment ban help our local pandemic response? It did it only provide unnecessary restrictions on our health care workers who wanted to leave because of limited opportunities here? In this episode, Christian Esguerra talks to Filipino Nurse United President Maristela Abenojar and Philippine Overseas Employment Administrator Bernard Olalia to look into the plight of Filipino nurses and how the changing government policy on deployment has been affecting them during the pandemic.

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Bello willing to have med techs exempted from deployment cap