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Byline: Aubrey E. Barrameda
A E3-MILLION project that will help the Philippines improve its collection of data on the migration of Filipino workers to other countries will be funded by the European Union (EU) and launched around the middle of the year, an official from the EU delegation to the country said.
The project, which will run for four years, is expected to equip the government with the tools to monitor and better track the number of Filipino workers leaving and returning to the country.
It will also keep records on when migrants leave and return, their needs, and the skills they have learned from working abroad, among other data, said Camilla …