10 September 2021, Jordan Valley – For the first time, the Philippine Embassy in Israel’s Consulate-On-Wheels (COW) traveled to the Jordan Valley to extend services to Filipinos working on kibbutzim in the area. The COW team set up at the community center of Kibbutz Degania Bet, which is part of the first kibbutz ever established in Israel.


The Embassy team processed 17 passport renewals, 48 OWWA membership applications, 25 SSS inquiries and 3 new SSS memberships.


Twenty - two  Filipinos registered as overseas voters during the outreach.


Aside from its COW outreaches, the Embassy is also conducting mobile voter registration outreaches throughout Israel to ensure that Filipinos are given ample opportunity to register themselves as overseas voters ahead of the elections in May 2022. The voter registration period ends on 30 September 2021.


Filipinos in Israel interested in availing themselves of services through the COW or mobile registration program may Like and Follow the Embassy’s Facebook page at for updates on the outreach schedule and links to the Google registration forms.

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The Consulate-on-Wheels team with the Filipino community coordinators in Jordan Valley

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