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Filipino Nurses in Libya confirmed death of Fellow Pinoy

March 1, 2011 · Filed Under Featured Articles, In the news, Work in Middle East · Comment 

Filipino nurses in a hospital in Libya confirmed the death of a fellow Pinoy last week.  The cause of death is said to be caused by falling out of a rig during a commotion in the place where the victim is staying.

This story came OFW rights advocacy group Migrante claimed that a Filipino OFW died in Libya during a firefight. The Philippine government denies this version of the story and said that the death was caused instead by an accident and not because of violence and chaos in the country.

This will also confirm that Filipino nurses are still serving in hospitals in Libya.  We hope they will be safe there until the country stabilizes.

Filipino Nurses in Libya still in Harms Way – Continue to Work in Hospitals

February 28, 2011 · Filed Under Featured Articles, In the news · Comment 

It has been reported by the 2nd batch of Libyan OFWs who arrived yesterday that there are several Filipina nurses that are still working at Libyan hospitals treating injured civilians some of them reported chose to stay.  This is a very heroic act of those who opted to stay despite evacuation efforts from the government. Surely, there are many injured people that needs Filipina nurses there today.

The reports came from the 97 Libyan OFWs who arrived yesterday.  In an interview with the evacuees, they confirmed that some of their girlfriends are still there in government hospitals serving the Libyan government in times of crisis.  They said that they simply cannot go out because of the unrest.  So they chose to stay and attend to the sick and injured.

We are hoping the government will do something about our Pinay nurses in Libya soonest.