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ASKI Global’s inaugural Inclusive Development and Migration Forum held in Singapore

Even though migration is a large-scale phenomenon, with global remittances to developing countries accounting for more than three times larger than official development assistance, many migrant workers still do not have access to financial instruments and services to improve their socio-economic status. Thus, the Inclusive Development and Migration Forum, held on Saturday, 7 February 2015…

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OFWs’ contributions to PH economy cited in forum

“The Inclusive Development and Migration Forum successfully facilitated regional collaboration and the exchange of ideas among public, private and non-profit sectors to unlock the potential of migration for inclusive development. We are thankful for Citi Foundation’s support in this partnership to enable the progress of and empower migrant workers through financial and entrepreneurial capabilities,” said…

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Inclusive Development & Migration Forum

The IDM Forum is a pioneering platform that brings together the region’s government officials, practitioners, financial institutions and academic experts to convene and discuss ways of harnessing the potential of migrant works for inclusive development.

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Migrant workers in Singapore finish financial literacy courses

Two hundred thirty-five migrant workers finished financial education course by ASKI Global Ltd. in partnership with BPI Foundation and the National University of Singapore (NUS). The graduates received their certificate of recognition during the ASKI Global’s 8th Commencement Exercises held last December 14 at the Town Plaza Auditorium, NUS with the theme “Deepening the Commitment…

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Inclusive Development and Migration Forum held in Singapore

“This Forum is a continuation of our partnership with ASKI Global, which started with the Citi-ASKI Overseas Workers Financial Stability Program to help equip migrant workers in Singapore with the knowledge and skills to build assets and achieve their short and long-term financial goals. To date, 492 migrant workers have attended the Program, and 90…

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