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PARTY-LIST lawmakers on Tuesday demanded justice for the killing of the leader of a group representing the survivors and victims of Typhoon Pablo, which hit southern Philippines last December.
MANILA, Philippines --- The government has been asked to address the food problem affecting some sectors in Mindanao.
TAGUM CITY, Philippines —At least P16 billion is needed for typhoon -devastated Compostela Valley province to get back on its feet, officials said. The “blueprint” which enumerates the multibillion-peso tab for the province’s rehabilitation was submitted to Malacañang last week, according to Governor Arturo Uy. Speaking to a group of rice farmers in Nabunturan town last Friday, Uy said the ...
Christian Aid's 'Big River Rising' documentary has been shortlisted for a digital media award. Emma Wigley shares her five top tips to get a similar project off the ground Early last year I was given the rather daunting task of finding a creative way to make Christian Aid's resilient livelihoods and disaster risk reduction (DRR) work appealing to mainstream media. As important as this work is ...
DAVAO CITY (Mindanao Examiner / Mar. 4, 2013) – Unidentified gunmen on Monday shot dead a village official who was among the leaders that led a protest in Davao City to condemn the non-delivery of humanitarian aid to victims of typhoon in Davao Oriental province in the southern Philippines , human rights group Hustisya said.
A community leader who led the recent strings of protest in Davao City and Compostela Valley by survivors of Typhoon "Pablo" was shot dead in her hometown of Baganga in Davao Oriental.
A number of civil society groups in Mindanao have expressed support for Secretary Corazon “Dinky” Soliman and the Department of Social Welfare and Development following last week’s raid on the DSWD regional office in Davao City by typhoon victims demanding relief goods.
Metro Manila and the rest of the country will experience generally good weather. A weakening northeast monsoon or hanging habagat will be felt in the extreme part of Northern Luzon Sunday, PAGASA said. Related Posts: LPA dissipates Typhoon Karen enhances southwest monsoon, continues to bring ‘Habagat,’ ITCZ to bring rains
MANILA, Philippines --- Lack of livelihood assistance to typhoon victims may lead to the rise of insurgency.
The three-day impasse and protests launched by “Pablo” survivors from the provinces of Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley finally ended on Thursday afternoon when thousands of protesters boarded around 20 buses that ferried them all to their respective towns and provinces. Related Posts: Cops retake stolen food aid Thousands of persons displaced by ‘Pedring’… Classes in flooded areas suspended
Almost four months after typhoon Pablo ravaged southern Philippines , the people especially those in the hardest hit areas are still reeling from the trauma caused by its massive devastation on their houses, towns, properties, and on their lives.
MANILA, Philippines --- A lawmaker yesterday appealed for sobriety and calm after some 3,000 survivors of Typhoon "Pablo" ransacked the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Davao City, taking off with dozens of sacks of rice and boxes of relief goods.
(Source: Congress of the Philippines) Source: Public Relations and Information Bureau Lawmaker appeals for sobriety and calm in the wake of DSWD Davao field office raid Send FeedBack 01 March 2013 01:01:08 PM Writer: Lorelei V. Castillo, Media Relations Service-PRIB A lawmaker today appealed for sobriety and calm after some 3,000 survivors of the typhoon Pablo stormed the regional office of the ...
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines Davao City Chapter (NUJP-Davao) has issued a statement condemning Dela Rosa’s “arrogance and disrespect” towards members of the media. “Such arrogance and disrespect by Dela Rosa towards members of the press is condemnable,” the NUJP-Davao said. “His attitude is reflective of the whole Davao City police personnel [...]
THE National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP - Davao Chapter) condemns the Philippine National Police Davao City Chief Colonel Ronaldo “Bato” dela Rosa for arrogance and harassment of members of the media during the coverage of the typhoon Pablo victims’ three-day barricade at the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-XI).
International humanitarian group Global Village Champions Foundation (GVCF) on Wednesday named their newest Asian Goodwill ambassadors against hunger, among them People’s Champ Manny Pacquiao. GVCF, which advocates eradicating hunger through humanitarian relief and feeding programs, also named socialite Tessa Prieto-Valdes, actors Cesar Montano and Alvin Anson as its Philippine goodwill ...
THE looting incident at the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Davao City was a deliberate act hatched by a militant group out to deceive the public that there is famine in typhoon- affected areas
Authorities condemned the looting of relief goods on Tuesday by victims of typhoon Pablo in Davao City, and blamed militants, who in turn demanded that DSWD chief Dinky Soliman be held liable for 'hoarding' goods and for a grossly inefficient, bureaucratic means for distributing them.
A “full blown humanitarian crisis” in Davao City is in the offing if the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) will continue to be ‘”slow” in responding to the needs of typhoon victims there, Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero warned on Wednesday.
MANILA, Philippines – Police clashed with several activists and survivors of Typhoon Pablo again at the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 11 office in Davao City on Wednesday.