Dream Big Dreams

Financial Education helps Overseas Foreign Workers dream Big Dreams

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Lou (right) with her financial literacy teacher Cute Rotelo

 

By: Ms Lou Aguinaldo Llanes (Financial Education Graduate of HOME (first batch)

One day, my employer encouraged me to enroll in a self-enrichment course, and even offered her full support behind whatever course I was interested in. At the time, it just so happened that H.O.M.E. was offering a new Financial Education course. I was impressed with the topics, so I joined the class!

 

On our first day of classes, I met new friends and learned things about finances that I had never known before. I realized this knowledge was very important. This course turned out to be a really big help to the OFW students It is always a privilege to learn every issue of being a Migrant Worker, and this course represented a good part of this beautiful world.a

 

In our class, we were challenged to pledge ourselves to a new and brighter future. I learned many things, such as planning for my retirement, how to plan for my children’s schooling, planning for my family’s welfare, general business, and the importance of saving money for everyday needs.

 

We were lucky to have a teacher who was understanding, patient, and had concern for our re-integration. The experiences I gained as a student made me a stronger person with a more positive outlook in life. I still love the things I used to do, like shopping, going to parties, and movies. However, now I know exactly what my needs and wants should be, and that matters a lot.

 

I consider this course to be a stepping-stone towards my goals for a better future. I know that all of my dreams and plans for the future rely on me being the best that I can be. I will continue to work hard and apply what I have learned in the Financial Education course because I believe that planning for the future will help me achieve my dreams.

 

As they say, learning is a virtue! So keep fighting the good fight, and all of your dreams will come true. For me, the Financial Education course helped me improve myself, made my life more meaningful, and is now one of my greatest inspirations.

 

I thank my employer for their strong support, and I thank Ms Cute Rotelo. Please continue to share your knowledge and encourage every OFW to develop and rebuild their dreams for their loved ones.

 

If you’ve ever thought that there has to be a better way to develop a brighter future, you’re right! The Financial Education course may be the answer. It teaches good information for better outcomes from our decisions.

 

Sponsors of this course–ILO, ATIKHA and HOME–I salute you!

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4 thoughts on “Dream Big Dreams”

  1. you are Indeed awesome Miss Lou Aguinaldo, you exceed and a good example for every migrants, thank you for the time,effort and believing my capacity to share my knowledge with you and other migrants. Please continue to be the ambassador of Financial Education to every mingrants you know. keep up the good fight. God bless on you always.

  2. Greetings! I’ve been reading your website for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you
    a shout out from Porter Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the great work!

    1. My sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the great support in our advocacy. Thank you and God bless you and your family.

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