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To        :          All Philippine Foreign Service Posts
From   :           Commission on Filipinos Overseas
Re       :           Migration Advocacy and Media (MAM) Awards

Greetings from the Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO)!

We are pleased to inform the Post that the nominations to the Migration Advocacy and Media (MAM) Awards 2019 are now open. These awards were conceived in 2011 by the CFO and the Inter-Agency Committee for the December Celebration of the Month of Overseas Filipinos and International Migrants Day in the Philippines. The Awards aim to recognize the significant role of the media in the promotion and advocacy of various issues on migration and development.

Eligible for the Awards are works by government and private media outlets, institutions and practitioners in the fields of print, radio, movie and television, advertising and interactive media. The entries must have raised public awareness on issues on Filipino migration, advocated the cause of overseas Filipinos and/or promoted a positive image of overseas Filipinos. Please note that nominees may be based in the Philippines or outside the country.

In this regard, we are requesting the Post to disseminate the information about the MAM Awards, and post the attached primer in its website. Posts can likewise submit their own migration-related works.

For more information about the MAM Awards, please visit our CFO website:

Entries to the Awards must be submitted on or before July 30, 2019.

The Awards Secretariat may be reached at:

MAM Awards Secretariat
Commission on Filipinos Overseas

Citigold Center, 1345 Pres. Quirino Avenue
corner Osmeña Highway (South Superhighway) Manila, Philippines 1007
Telephone nos.: (+632) 552-4760 to 767 | Fax no.: (02) 561-8160

Email address:

Thank you and we look forward to your positive response.

Very truly yours,

Executive Director

Click here to view the signed letter

Click here for the MAM Primer and Nomination Form

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