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Nov. 03, 19 | 2:36 pm

Personnel and dependents of Jeddah PCG impersonating their favorite character during Jeddah PCG’s Costume Party. Photo credit: Philippine Consulate General in Jeddah

In its aim to further promote unity among its personnel and their dependents, the Philippine Consulate General in Jeddah a costume party for the personnel and their family held on 30 October.
The theme of the activity was “My Favorite Character,” where participants dressed up as a character of their choice—cartoon character for the children, and a popular public figure for adults. Office spaces were decorated in line with this celebration as well

Consul General Edgar Badajos said that the activity is a good stress reliever for DFA personnel who are assigned to Assistance-To-Nationals (ATN)-heavy Posts like the Philippine Consulate General in Jeddah. He said that it also create stronger sense of camaraderie among the staff.

“Such fun activities can contribute to our general well-being, after a long day at work,” he said. “With the occasional fun and team-building activities at the Consulate, our personnel can have work-life balance. This will help us deliver quality service to our people here in Jeddah and the Western Region,” he said.

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