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>> Tuesday, March 31, 2009

I got this news from JERUSALEM POSTS headlines for today.I heard this story last few days to some pilipinos on the bus station while waiting for their buses back to work.I can't really understand this matter why stated below that the family of this worker was lacked of necessary to fly her back home.Imagine how we caregivers helps uplifting and/or have contributions  in Philippine economy by working abroad but this time the government cant help financially to  send back home her remains without any expense of her family.Whewww....I'm sorry but need  put out what is in my mind.Theres a lot of stories going on here but I cant help.

Magen David Adom said Tuesday it was working with the Embassy of the Philippines and the Foreign Ministry to fly home the body of Filipino worker Luisa de la Cruz, who died of leukemia on Sunday.

The MDA stated that it was funding the flight, since De la Cruz's family lacked the necessary means to fly her body back to The Philippines.

MDA Director-General Eli Bin said that "as well as saving lives, MDA excels in widespread humanitarian work in Israel and the world, and it has decided to pay for the flight of the body."

Magen David Adom is the ambulance services in ISRAEL that we caregivers are joining them in time that our employers are in an emergency situations.I salute them for thier services that I observed for how many times we rushed to the hospital.Volunteers  are all professionals in all around aspects and have respect to both the patients and each caregivers.THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR CONCERN  ESPECIALLY TO ALL WHO NEEDS HELP.

3 comments:

Hi! I'm Grace March 31, 2009 at 4:42 PM  

This is such a sad story, Sis. :(
That is why we should take good care of our selves. Life is fragile, handle it with care.

Chuchie Lopez-Wilks April 1, 2009 at 2:16 AM  

Hi God te,,,this is a very horrible news... Sad to hear about this and sad for the family as well...

caryn April 3, 2009 at 11:10 PM  

that's sad. here in tokyo, the local pinoy community maintains a fund for pinoys in distress. maybe the same thing would be applicable there? take care! ;-)

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