This regional project provides a unique opportunity for member countries of the OECS
to work together to strengthen national and regional health systems,' said Tahseen Sayed, World Bank Country Director for the Caribbean.
According to preliminary assessments conducted by the Pan American Health Organization, more than 75 percent of health facilities in some OECS
countries may not be operational after a disaster.
class="font-size--16In the spirit of closer collaboration between Kenya and the Caribbean community, he asked the OECS
to support Kenya's bid to host the Global Service Delivery Model (GSDM) as recommended by the UN Secretary General.
'We have been warning our OFW's against being tricked into using fake OECs
as these will surely be detected by our immigration officers,' Medina said.
"We have been warning our OFWs against being tricked into using fake OECs
as these will surely be detected by our immigration officers using sophisticated computer system," Medina said.
According to BI, an immigration officer was processing the documents of the two men when it was discovered that their OECs
are not registered or encoded in the database of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.
To address these threats, OECS
developed policies and programs for the conservation and sustainable use of aquatic resources.
In his latest advisory, Labour and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III confirmed that that the 15-day moratorium imposed on the processing of OECs
has already been terminated.
All bonafide OFWs will be given an IDOL (Identification ID of Labor) or an OFW ID Card which will served as replacement of OEC
are unique cells that are responsible for the expression of various neurotrophic factors, which are important for the extension and guidance of axons.
Researchers hypothesized that OECs
could trigger the development of nerve cells in the spinal cord, thus regenerating the spinal cord.