- BBC NewsFeb 08 05:01 PM
Technology being developed in the Philippines could give hope to thousands of farmers affected by storms and natural disasters.
- The Sunday TimesJan 30 08:29 PM
Inside a category 5 typhoon. Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines in 2013 One of the most powerful storms ever recorded, Typhoon Haiyan, smashed into the Philippines in November 2013. Jim Edds, who was recording on his GoPro camera when the category-five storm hit, captured the devastating effects of the 112mph winds that killed more than 6,000 people and displaced millions of families across...
- Al Jazeera via Yahoo Maktoob NewsFeb 07 04:41 AM
After years of negotiations, the Philippines is now confronting the threat of renewed conflict.
- Gulf News via Yahoo Maktoob NewsFeb 06 12:17 AM
A community based group in Abu Dhabi has made the act of charity both fun and healthy thanks to its initiative of combining sports with charitable causes. Hoops Basketball, founded in 2015 by members of the Filipino expatriate community, helps to raise funds by organising basketball tournaments throughout the year, with the proceeds going towards humanitarian causes in the Philippines, most ...
- ABS-CBNNEWS.comFeb 02 05:00 AM
Arsenjo Francisco has lived near the sea all his life, but the retired Filipino fisherman lost his love of the ocean when Super Tyhoon Haiyan killed 10 of his relatives, destroyed his house and swept away his belongings.
- AsiaOneJan 22 08:13 AM
SINGAPORE - Local humanitarian non-governmental organisation (NGO) Mercy Relief inaugurated a newly-constructed learning space for university students and faculty in the Philippines on Friday (Jan 22).
- Channel NewsAsiaFeb 04 02:40 AM
GET REAL travels to the Philippines to see if enough is being done to help the nation's 1.8 million children suffering from severe malnutrition. Watch the full episode below.
- National Catholic ReporterJan 13 05:15 AM
In Palo, Philippines, 68 percent of schoolchildren are infected with schistosomiasis. In this neighborhood, almost every adult has tested positive for the parasite, which is spread through skin contact with contaminated water.
- GizmodoJan 28 03:50 PM
Typhoon Haiyan was one of the most devastating tropical cyclones in history. The Category 5 typhoon killed thousands and ravaged the Philippines with billions in damages that it’s still recovering from. Here’s a brief glimpse of what it was like to be inside the typhoon. It’s absolutely frightening. Read more...
- ABS-CBNNEWS.comFeb 02 07:03 AM
SAN MIGUEL, Philippines - Marnel Arcones's face lights up with a huge smile when he talks about going back to school after years of toiling as a child worker in factories, on farms and as a domestic helper.