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Mariner’s Home Annex Inauguration
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Mariner’s Home Annex Inauguration

For its continuous aim to cater to the needs of Filipino seafarers, All Japan Seamen’s Union (AJSU) in partnership with Associated Marine Officers and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines (AMOSUP) graces the inauguration of the Mariner’s Home Annex last April 18, 2011.

The annex will shelter seafarers and their families upon staying here in Manila while accomplishing their work requirements. The program was opened a mass to bless the facilities and the people who will run it. It was then followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Excitement filled all the guests witnessing this new project from AJSU and AMOSUP. The guests were then ushered to the reception area wherein the program proper was celebrated. TV host and reporter Gretchen Fullido was the master of ceremonies. Dr. Conrado Oca (AMOSUP) opened the program with an inspirational message and offered a moment of silence to the victims of the recent earthquake in Japan. Congratulatory messages was also given by Capt. Yoji Fujisawa (JSU), Capt. Takao Manji (IMMAJ), Mr. Eduardo Manese (PJMCC), and Mr. Makoto Katsura (Ambassador of Japan to the Philippines).

The keynote speaker for that significant event was Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada. He recognized the efforts of different maritime sectors in putting up projects as such. According to him, seafarers deserves these benefits for they have sacrificed enough for their families and for this country.