Monthly News Letter

Monthly News Letter

Hi Everyone,
March 2017 is almost behind us… Time flies when your having fun; all to fast at times I might add..

We have had a very productive month, all things considered.. As usual it was very busy with research, special requests, Free advertising, and news publications, just to name a few.


We would like to extend our thanks to all members who made a contribution to our Information Network whether it was through great posts or suggestions, monitoring, researching, fact finding, graphics or writing..Even the feedback that we get regarding our projects and daily services; like the Morning Newspaper, and Currency Exchange Rates, is very helpful.. so thank you all so much. This is without a doubt a collaborative, expat effort.. 

A special thanks to our Advisory Board Members who are some of the best guys on the planet and offer their collective wisdom to assist with the smooth and valuable functioning of “Expat World Tagum Information Network”. Their work reflects concern, always, for providing practical services and information for  Members & their families who live in and or are associated with the Philippines.


Our membership has grown by leaps and bounds this month. I could not begin to list all of our new friends here. It is blessing to see new members from all over the country, representing all walks of life who post and share their stories and perspectives with the rest of us. In my view this represents a healthy diversity. 

To all new members A BIG WELCOME..

If you have not yet visited our main website please browse through it at your leisure. There is a wealth of information there to include individual, information pages for 9 separate embassies. As you scroll down the front page of the website you will see categories such as “Contact us” , “Clubs and More”, Resources Center”, “For Sale Items”, and “Embassy Directory”..   
Just click the tab of your interest. Its simple as that.  If you have questions or concerns or updates regarding information presented please contact me at or on Facebook.

Thoughts and Best Wishes

For all of our friends and members who are battling with illness or that of a loved one we extend collectively, our prayers, hopes for the best and always the best wishes.We extend condolences for those who have lost friends or loved ones; as we go forward.. let the healing begin.

Those expats who are separated from loved ones we hope for you that the distance can be resolved so that peace around this can come to your life here in the Philippines..To avail of support, during difficult times always feel free to contact us at or Facebook to include Richard Worman or through Expat Abbie  ; we will assist you any way that we can either by email or by chat.

Special projects that continue to be in the development stages are:

A network database for emergency contacts for friends and members which will be used to provide support for family members who may need assistance with blood, health services, missing persons etc..Should sickness or emergencies arise we would like to use this tool to connect families to the support system that you are connected with, by virtue of being an Expat.. We will be working on the creation of this database this month. If you have any thoughts please contact me… In this same vein we are commencing research for health insurance plans that may be an alternative to PhilHealth for expats… This information will be posted as we assimilate it..  

An Expat World- Tagum Medical ID Card will be available over the coming months. Safety and Health is a priority for expats who are living in the Philippines.. It continues to be in the development stages but you may catch glimpses of it as the work progresses.For those of you who may not have visited our introductory website you may find it informative.
On this site you will find "Contact Information", a newly revised "Mission Statement" and a comprehensive and truly quite wonderful  Emergency Medical Planner for Expats and their families.  You may access this new site at :

Have a great month…
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