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National Reintegration Centre for Overseas Filipino Workers (NRCO)

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The National Reintegration Centre for Overseas Filipino Workers (NRCO) was established in 2010 with the aim to support returning migrants’ reintegration into society and their employment in the local labour market. The reintegration services and programmes in the Philippines fall under the Comprehensive OFW Reintegration Program (CORP), which serves as a guide for national and local government units, CSOs and development partners that provide reintegration services. In May 2018, the NRCO was transferred from the Department of Labor and Employment to the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA). An important NRCO initiative is the “Sa Pinas, Ikaw and Ma’am/Sir” project, which aims to re-train domestic workers on the skills required to obtain a Teacher 1 Position and find employment in their hometown.


  • Employment
  • Return and reintegration

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