Sun, Jul 29th 2018
- Thu, May 31st 2018 PHL Embassy in Hosts Diplomatic Reception
- Thu, May 31st 2018 WORLD RENOWNED FILIPINO PIANIST PERFORMS IN QATAR
- Thu, May 31st 2018 PHL Embassy in Doha Launches Culinary Promotion in Qatar
- Wed, Mar 7th 2018 PHL Embassy in Doha Conducts Initial 2018 Mobile Consular Outreach Services in Mesaimeer and Al Khor
- Sat, Aug 11th 2018 Embassy Advisory: Dissolution of the United Filipino Organizations in Qatar (UFOQ)
- Sat, Aug 11th 2018 Embassy Circular: National Heroes Day Holiday
- Mon, Aug 6th 2018 Repost: Message of the President on the celebration of the 120th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence (Archived Original Signed Copy)
- Fri, Aug 3rd 2018 Embassy Advisory: Fraudulent Company: Paysmart Limited Philippines ("Paysmart")
- Fri, Aug 3rd 2018 Embassy Circular: Philippine Airlines Buwan ng Wika Poster Making Contest (Please see Revised Guidelines and Mechanics)
Philippine Embassy personnel, attached agencies, and guests, 30 December 2017
03 January 2018 DOHA – The Philippine Embassy in Doha held a short program at the Embassy grounds and at Sentro Rizal, respectively, on 30 December 2017 in commemoration of the 121st Martyrdom of Dr. Jose P. Rizal.
In his welcome remarks, Philippine Embassy Charge d’affaires, a.i. Roussel Reyes, highlighted that to honor Dr. Rizal, it is important to be reminded of his virtues and teachings, and to continue being modern-day heroes in our own ways. Thereafter, Nel Ezekiel Ambaic, a student of the Philippine School Doha (PSD), clothed as a young Rizal, rendered a heartfelt declamation piece.
The Philippine Embassy hosted a traditional Filipino breakfast consisting of lugaw, pan de sal, coffee, and boiled eggs after which the little binibinis and ginoos were ushered to the Embassy’s Sentro Rizal for the story-telling activity. The interactive story-telling of the book “Dalawang Bayani ng Bansa” was facilitated by Teacher Grace Alicamen, a Grade Four Language Teacher of the PSD and joined by the students from PSD, including children of Embassy personnel. Souvenir art kits were distributed to each of the students.
PHL regional food booths featuring traditional cuisines from various regions such as central Luzon (kapampangan and tagalog dishes), western Visayas (chicken inasal, batikolon, lapaz bathoy, pancit molo) and southern Mindanao (tiyula itum, putli mandi, kiyuning chichen rice, baulu).
12 December 2017 DOHA — The Philippine Embassy, together with local community partners, recently held the Kulinarya Qatar Philippine Regional Food Festival at the Asia Town Activity Center in Industrial Area in Doha on December 08.
The one-day community event featured tradional Philippine regional food booths and exhibits, Filipino cultural and tourism shows, traditional performances, Sagala parade and wellness activities. The food booths featured the traditional cuisines and dishes from various regions in the Philippines, such as central Luzon (kapampangan and tagalog dishes), western Visayas (chicken inasal, batikolon, lapaz bathoy, pancit molo) and southern Mindanao (tiyula itum, putli mandi, kiyuning chicken rice, baulu).
During the opening of the regional festival, Charge d’ Affaires Roussel R. Reyes in his welcome remarks said, “the regional food festival organized by Kulinarya aims to promote Philippine culture and cuisine. It allows us to showcase Filipino food - which is a major component of our culture.”
Mobile overseas voting registration and consular services inquiries were provided to the community during the festival. More than 60 applicants successfully registered under the different categories of voters’ registration.
This activity is part of the Kulinarya Qatar program of the Embassy which is part of its economic and cultural diplomacy initiatives that highlights Philippine cuisine and culture in promoting the Philippines as a preferred tourism and business destination. Upcoming projects and activities include the Filipino street food festival, participating in the Qatar Tourism Authority - Qatar International Food Festival and visiting celebrity chefs and culinary professionals from the Philippines.
01 December 2017 DOHA – Philippine Ambassador to Qatar (top left) Alan L. Timbayan delivers the welcome remarks during the opening of the International Forum on Migration in Qatar. Around 200 community leaders representing different professional groups attended the one-day forum. Consul General Roussel R. Reyes informs participants about overseas voting and encourages Filipinos to register. Mobile overseas voting registration being conducted by the Embassy.
PHL Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi Calls on Qatari Minister for Energy and Industry, and Chairman and CEO of Qatar Solar Technologies
Philippine Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi during his courtesy calls to Dr. Mohamad bin Salah Al-Sada, Qatari Minister for Energy and Industry (left), and Dr. Khalid Klefeekh Al Hajri, Chairman and CEO of Qatar Solar Technologies (right), Doha, November 08 to 09.
22 November 2017 DOHA – Philippine Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi called on Dr. Mohamad bin Salah Al-Sada, Qatari Minister for Energy and Industry, during the Secretary’s visit to Doha on November 08 to 09 upon the Qatari Minister’s invitation.
Both Ministers discussed various aspects of cooperation and mutual concern.
On the first day of the visit, Secretary Cusi called on Dr. Khalid Klefeekh Al Hajri, Chairman and CEO of Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) to discuss solar power cooperation between the Philippines and Qatar.
Secretary Cusi was accompanied in his meetings by Philippine Ambassador to Qatar Alan L. Timbayan, Energy Undersecretary Donato D. Marcos, Assistant Secretary Atty. Gerardo Erguiza Jr., and First Secretary and Consul General Roussel Reyes.