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Friday, July 20, 2018

First Filipina Driving in Saudi Arabia Shares Her Experience - How She Got Her License

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving, women empowerment

It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.
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This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.

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Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.

In an entertainingly funny and jolly Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below: 

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.
This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving   It was just last month when women in Saudi Arabia were allowed to drive. The first group of women who took to the streets were Saudi nationals but it was only a matter of time when expatriate women themselves would be driving. Now, the first Filipina to get a driver's license shared her experience on social media. Meet Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan, the first Filipino female with a driver's license in Saudi Arabia.  Angel  is from Dagupan City, Pangasinan. She was already interviewed by several media outlets for her pioneering achievement for Filipino women.  Graynne Angel Edralin-Panitan is an OFW in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She works as a medical administrative coordinator in King Saud Medical City. She lives with her husband who is also an OFW and they have one daughter.    In a Facebook post, Angel shared her experience in getting her own driving license. you can see the post below:   If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here: https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149  Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.  All images and video related to article are from the owner.

If you want to know more, Angel is more than happy to answer your questions via her FB page. Drop by and comment here:

https://www.facebook.com/angel.edralin.9/posts/10214622028097149


Written with consent and permission of Ms. Graynne Angel.
All images and video related to article are from the owner.

This article is filed under: car insurance, OFW loan, overseas jobs, POEA, saudi life, KSA, driving,  women empowerment

Fil-Am Father and Four Daughters Killed in Car Crash, Mother Survives
A Filipino-American Navy veteran and his four daughters, aged 13 to 20, have been killed in a car crash in Delaware. The lone survivor was the man’s 53-year-old wife. The Filipino American community is mourning their horrific loss. The accident is currently being investigated and no one has been charged. This includes the driver of a pick-up truck which was said to be the cause of the accident.  The father was identified as 61-year old Audie Trinidad - A Filipino-American Navy veteran. His children were the 20-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn; the 17-year-old daughter, Danna; and the two teenage twins Allison and Melissa. Trinidad's 53-year-old wife, Mary Rose, remains hospitalized with serious injuries.  The crash occurred Friday afternoon on State Route 1 Highway in Townsend. They were in a 1998 Toyota Sienna  and were returning to New Jersey.    According to police, a pickup truck was traveling southbound on Route 1 north of Pine Tree Road when it crossed the center median. The truck went into oncoming traffic and hit a car. the pickup truck continued to travel southbound in the northbound lanes. The pickup truck was hit by the Toyota Sienna minivan carrying the New Jersey family.  The man and his wife were wearing seatbelts, police said. The girls were not.The driver of the pickup, a 44-year-old man from East New Market, Maryland, and his passenger were treated and released, police said.  The Filipino American Society of Teaneck sent their condolences on Facebook Saturday, and a vigil was conducted by their community.

The Promise of Universal Health Care in the Philippines
President Duterte has certified the Universal Health Coverage measure as urgent. This promises to usher in better health and free hospital coverage for Filipinos. The Philippines currently has a hybrid healthcare system called Philhealth, where the government entity under the National Health Insurance Program gives out medical insurance for medical coverage. The current system does not cover all Filipinos. Coverage depends on several factors including economic status.  A proposed law in the Senate aims to enhance and rename the National Health Insurance Program, established by Republic Act 7875 or the National Health Insurance Act of 2013, into the National Health Security Program, as a mechanism for citizens to gain financial access to health services. This will reorganize the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) into the Philippine Health Security Corporation, which will serve as the national purchaser of health services.    The House of Representatives already passed House Bill 5784, also known as the “Universal Health Coverage Act.” Three versions in the Senate have also been passed: Senate Bills 1458, 1673, and 1714. If all goes well, we could very well see the first steps toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by next year, with several key components up and running by the end of the Duterte administration.    So what is the promise of UHC for Filipinos?    The new proposal aims to fill in the many health care gaps in the current system. A large portion of the population remains uncovered in PhilHealth. UHC proposes the automatic inclusion of every Filipino into the National Health Security Program.    Many medical services are not available or covered in the current insurance packages. Under UHC, all medical services are considered covered by default, unless specified otherwise. Only selected procedures will not be included.    Additionally, the level of coverage provided in the current system is not always sufficient to cover the medical expense of some major health care cases. UHC reorients the health system toward primary care and service delivery networks. Every Filipino will be assigned a primary care provider, who serves as the first point of contact in the health system and addresses general health needs. It also proposes to vastly expand the financing of health services.    Once enacted into law, the UHC will guarantee the right to health by providing primary care to all Filipinos including free medicine for all.

Taiwan's Free-Visa Entry for Filipinos are Extended - Here's How To Apply

Taiwan on Thursday announced that its trial visa exemption for Filipinos has been extended for another year. Visa-free entry for Filipinos will continue until July 31, 2019. a statement by the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) indicated that the visa-free policy will be reviewed for a possible further extension beyond the one-year extension. Taiwan first enforced its visa-free policy for the Philippines on Nov. 1, 2017.  "This visa-free privilege is a reflection of Taiwan’s goodwill and friendship towards all Filipinos under the 'New Southbound Policy' which aims to build stronger bilateral relations and closer people-to-people connectivity between Taiwan and the Philippines," said Michael Peiyung Hsu, Taiwan’s Representative to the Philippines. Manila and Taipei have no formal diplomatic ties owing to the One-China Policy. Taiwan has no embassy in Manila and is instead represented by TECO, which acts as its de-facto embassy in the country.   Taiwan is a self-ruling democratic island which separated from mainland China in 1949.    The following requirements are required to avail of the free-entry visa to Taiwan:    1. A regular passport with a remaining six (6) months validity from the date of entry. 2. A return ticket or a ticket for the traveler's next destination and a visa for that destination if it is required.  3. No criminal record in Taiwan.  4. A proof of accommodation, such as hotel booking or host/sponsor’s contact information /or arrangements of tour, travel, visit, events and meeting.   Those who intend to stay in Taiwan for more than 14 days or for the purpose of study, work, missionary, employment and other gainful activities are still required to obtain appropriate visas before entering Taiwan.  The number of two-way visitors hit a record high in 2017 wherein Filipino travelers going to Taiwan reached 290,784 while Taiwanese visitors to the Philippines reached 236,777.  Among the many place to visit in Taiwan include the the National Palace Museum, the best-known Shilin Night Market to Tainan Flowers Night Market, the gargantuan Chung Tai Chan Monastery in Puli Town, the Taipei101, and the many national parks, forest or state reserves.  Taiwan also have a nationwide free Wi-Fi internet that rolled out in 2011, allowing residents to log on to the island's network, ITaiwan, at thousands of hotspots.


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