An 18-year-old mother tries her best to keep her 1-year-old malnourished baby alive
Other journalists want lawyer Salvador Panelo to be dropped as Duterte's spokesman
MovePH introduces the first crowdsourced vetting process that gives the Filipino people an opportunity to scrutinize the nominees of president-elect Rodrigo Duterte
May 15 is the annual Pahiyas Festival of Lucban, Quezon - celebrated in honor of the patron saint of farmers, San Isidro Labrador
Can poverty be eradicated in our lifetimes? Oxfam believes it's possible by empowering communities to be advocates of change.
Thousands shared their thoughts and stories during the #NowPH climate action conversation marking the 2nd anniversary of super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)
What can the Filipino public do to help curb the rising HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Philippines?
The National Youth Commission and the Climate Change Commission launch their latest effort to promote climate change awareness
Netizens and HIV/AIDS advocates encourage fellow Filipinos, especially the youth, to make themselves aware of the issue and get tested
Responding to the concerns of our movers across the country, MovePH has partnered with LoveYourself and DM9 JaymeSyfu to launch #StayNegatHIVe, a campaign that aims to raise awareness on the issue of HIV/AIDS in the country
Among the 682 total newly reported cases in the Philippines, 31 cases have been attributed to Western Visayas, which accounts 5% of the total population
A team of 4 riders is set to distribute flashlights and promote the need for basic disaster preparedness in a 10-day journey that wil take them from Manila to Tacloban City to Calicoan Island, Eastern Samar
Books are passports to learning possibilities. Help young Mindanawans achieve their potential!
Around 90 participants joined the news site’s crew, in gearing up to give the best reports on Palarong Pambansa 2015
'Farmers are not having a field day. Due to the dry spell, they can’t grow any crop. They can only pray and wait.'
While football is their main avenue for inculcating good values to the children, #FootballForPeace founder Lt Col Stephen Cabanlet says making the kids good football players is only a secondary goal
Duck, cover, and hold. Prepare for #OplanPagyanig, a nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill on March 27.
'President Lonsdale’s words are a wake-up call for the international community - the current status quo in disaster risk reduction efforts is failing the world’s most vulnerable nations and communities'
The Philippine Marine Corps is set to hold their 4th Football For Peace Festival Cup on April 18
The Philippine Marine Corps facilitates the program in conflict areas to give hope to the youth
The objective of the Football for Peace program has remained the same over the past 3 years – opening the children’s minds to a life where violence is not the answer
"It is no surprise then that the environment is not considered an important issue by many Filipinos since we look inward too much; we are insulated by our little bubbles and windows from reality"
Ahead of President Obama's visit, MovePH asked Filipinos to write to President Obama on what they think he should know about the Philippines and Filipinos.
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Anti-smoking advocates say cigarette companies are deliberately targeting the youth and circumventing the law
Wendell Corregidor proves that heroism is as simple as wanting to help those in need
Rappler honors the unsung heroes who gave up so much for others to live
Youth and grassroots leaders gather in Cebu City to launch Power Shift Pilipinas
Livestream of webcast by Universities Fighting World Hunger on innovative advances in ending hunger
They've come a long way from the city's streets, but they still have a longer way to go on the road to the Street Child World Cup in Rio
The indestructible footballs will be distributed to various NGOs across the country
After running from Manila to Zamboanga for a month, ultra-runner Mac Milan launches a toy library for kids with special needs
The petition seeks official recognition of Gen. Miguel Malvar as a former head of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
Children affected by the conflict in Zamboanga City learn about peace through sports
Despite having a law protecting the rights of HIV-AIDS patients, violations are prevalent
Ultra-runner Mac Milan plans to run across the country to raise awareness on education
Mac Milan will run across the PH for underprivileged children as a prelude to a more ambitious project - running across 40 countries in 6 continents.
Rappler has partnered with Rexona to launch the Do More Awards, an initiative that seeks to honor achievers from all walks of life
An event aimed at gathering one million anti-pork barrel advocates is gaining steam on social media
Traveling for 3 days, the Zamboanga City girls football team compete in the POC-PSC National Games
A Rappler intern shares heartwarming stories of children he met while covering a football festival
On its second year, Football for Peace festival welcomes more children who will, for the first time, play with proper football shoes
Typhoon Pablo has affected an estimated 6.2 million people, 2.6 million of them children
The Globe Cordillera Challenge has raised enough money for 100,000 seedlings and 21 Roots and Shoots Forest nurseries
‘Football for Peace’ brings out the nurturing side of the Marines