The JFC Multisectoral Network Project is an initiative of the International Organization for Migration in the Philippines, funded by the Toyota Foundation and officially titled “Facilitation of Sustainable Migration/Return of Japanese-Filipino Children from the Philippines to Japan through Multisectoral networking and Pilot Cases.”
The two-year project aimed to strengthen support networks among agencies and organizations working towards promoting the human rights and welfare of Japanese-Filipino children and their mothers and to conduct pilot cases of sustainable migration and return schemes for JFCs from the Philippines to Japan. The official website contains a directory of the participating agencies, as well as a full report about project results.
An awards program by the Bank of the Philippine Islands recognizes high-achieving and outstanding children of overseas Filipino workers. For more information about the BPI Search for Ten Outstanding Expat Pinoy Children, see the links below.
Encarnacion, Fidea. “BPI recognizes 10 outstanding expat Pinoy children.” ABS-CBNnews.com, 15 December 2014.
The Philippine Star. “BPI opens Search for Ibang Klaseng Anak Expats.” Philstar.com, 6 October 2014.
Philippine Daily Inquirer. “10 Outstanding Expat Filipino Children.” Inquirer.net, 7 December 2013.