Tell your OFW, Overseas Filipino story!

Are you looking for OFW stories or do you want to share yours? You are certainly in the right place. The website is all about stories and useful information for Overseas Filipino Workers and immigrants. It captures the journey of Filipinos as they prepare to go and work abroad and describes life and challenges, such as this story of OFWs in Geneva.

Are you an OFW or a Filipino immigrant or do you have a Filipino friend or relative who lives and work abroad?

Do you or does your friend or relative suffer from homesickness or face problems coping with work or culture-related concerns?

Do you or does your friend or relative abroad need help?

Or do you just want to share anything related with working and living abroad?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, other visitors to this site and I would love to hear from you.

Your own story of struggles and triumphs, however simple, sad or funny it may be, will contribute to a great collection of stories of the Filipino diaspora. Your overseas story can inspire other Filipinos around the world and their families.

Please use the form on this page to share your story. Your story will have its own Web page.

For specific Overseas Filipino stories, please follow the links below and enter your story there.

Before going abroad

Work and life abroad

About the Philippines

Share your OFW, Overseas Filipino story

Fill in this form with your story/experience/tip. Include lots of details about being an OFW or Overseas Filipino.

Your OFW, Overseas Filipino Stories

Click on the links below to read about other visitors' stories.

OFW Books and Authors 
I am a retired Pinoy in USA, age 80, based in New York. I am always looking for writers and authors. I already published for about 10 OFW authors, based …

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