ILOKANA WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT : Care. Love. Advocate.

ILOKANA WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT: Care. Love. Advocate.

ILOKANA WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT: Care. Love. Advocate.

 

The distress OFW children often encounter difficulties in receiving assistance from the public. Understandably, these children and their families are financially unable to afford it.

 

ILOKANA WOMEN ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT (IWOK) has been assisting hundreds of displaced OFW  children with educational and health services in the poorest areas of the Philippines

as part of their advocacy. The IWOK is visiting the Philippines at least once or two every year to all designated areas they helped, to conduct educational and welfare status monitoring, routine feeding program

 

IWOK  VISION: Long-Term Impact
The organization made it so special by bringing food, toys, clothes, essential needs of OFW distressed children held at POLO Kuwait.  More than advocacy, the educational support, the right attitude and perspective towards health is the most important impact of the IWOK ‘s presence it is complemented with the kapatirans and other activities. The IWOK Project is together with other individuals who are an advocate of their projects.

 

ILOKANA WOMEN ORGANIZATION IN KUWAIT (IWOK) has been assisting hundreds of displaced OFW  children with educational and health services in the poorest areas of the Philippines

 

Throughout the year, our officers and members are greatly involved in helping to rebuild other’s lives – not only focusing on children but serving as shining beacons of hope for a much brighter future for distressed OFW. These activities bring hope through empowering OFW in countless ways.

 

“True wealth only grows by sharing always. You can only have more for yourself by sharing it away to others ng walang hinihinging kapalit.”
― Madam Mariam Alzankawi
Ilokana Women’s Organization Kuwait, Founder

 

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