llen coconut trees in Compostela Valley in the Philippines on December 5, 2012, a day after Typhoon Bopha hit the province. At least 274 people were killed. Typhoons have battered the Philippines over the past year and the country's already ... NBR.com, 4 weeks ago
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Here it comes The scandalous state of Filipino disaster relief The first major typhoon is bearing down on the Philippines with winds expected at up 185 km per hour and anticipated to rip directly through Central Luzon, hitting Metro Manila, ...Asia Sentinel, 1 month ago
In June 2013, President Aquino scolded NIA for irrigating only 65% of its target coverage. A year later, investigations reveal corruption of alarming proportions MANILA, Philippines Corruption cases were filed with the Office of the Ombudsman ...Rappler, 1 week ago
Fahima Abdulaziz smiling happily with the children from Maguindanao. Photo credit: WFP Philippines/ Hasim Guiamil Fahima Abdulaziz is one of the longest-serving Field Monitor Assistants in WFP Philippines. Here she shares how she started and ...World Food Programme, 1 week ago
Here are some figures that illustrate the bilateral relations between the Philippines and Singapore MANILA, Philippines The small but rich country of Singapore celebrates on Saturday, August 9, its 49th National Day. It is a special day for the ...Rappler, 2 weeks ago United Nations: Number of global refugees highest ever Rappler, 2 months ago
When two-year-old Maxim Kichigin was adopted out of an orphanage in Russia's far east in 2012, it should have marked the beginning of a new life for him. Instead, the boy, whose name had been changed to Maxim Maravalle, was strangled to death on ...Huffington Post Canada, 1 month ago
Active Citizens , Civil Society , Climate Change , Development & Aid , Energy , Environment , Global Governance , Headlines , Humanitarian Emergencies , IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse , Natural Resources , Poverty & MDGs , Water & Sanitation , World ...Inter Press Service, 1 month ago
Leading the world in environmental protection Not counting the 400 or so volcano-uplifted little limestone islands that make up the spectacular Rock Islands, Palau is small. With a population of 21,000 living in the islands 16 states, the ...Solomon Star, 1 month ago
The U.S. Government is partnering with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to build community resilience to floods and other disaster events in Metro Manila. On July 14, the U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development ...US Aid, 1 month ago US partners with CRS to build disaster resilient communities in Metro Manila Balita.org, 1 month ago US extends P107.5M in aid to boost PHL disaster resilience GMA News.tv, 1 month ago
Cotabato City Some 5,400 fiberglass boats are set for distribution to the storm-affected fishermen in Mindanao and in the Visayas to help them restart their livelihood this year, according to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR). ...Yahoo Philippines News, 1 month ago
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