For one, you can’t make a baby without sperm!
'They are not going to destroy the corals,' says Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo, recalling the personal assurance given to her by representatives of Viacom International Media Networks and Coral World Park Undersea Resorts
'Fidget spinners are fun to play with. But their small parts may not be tightly secured, can come off and get ingested by kids,' warns environmental advocacy group EcoWaste Coalition
We're getting to know the first Mister Gay World titleholder from the Philippines – tune in!
(UPDATED) Ana Santos receives the Hildegarde 'People’s Choice Award in the Field of Print Journalism' for her articles that seek to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and reproductive health
One of the Women's March organizers gives tips on how to stay involved and how to keep the momentum going in your daily lives.
Youth Sports Advocacy uses sports to transform kids to become better individuals. Some of their trainees have become varsity players in their respective schools.
As 2016 ends, we in MovePH highlight the online campaigns we’ve launched and their impact on the communities that we continue to serve
In Tarlac’s Sitio Burog Elementary School, Aeta students willingly make a long trek across mud and dirt, just to learn
Check out this list of organizations with charitable activities you can join this Christmas
Actor Robin Padilla talks about his advocacies and other issues that matter to him
Iloilo will be the first city outside of Luzon that will take advantage of X. During the event, MovePH partners with the the Family Planning Organization of the Philippines – Iloilo chapter for the HIV/AIDS advocacy in the region
'The narrative of a story really changes as more people get involved with it. You don’t even attempt to contain it, it gains a life of its own…so how it is framed (and received) is critical'
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez vows to make things happen now that she's in government. What keeps her going?
Chairman Chito Gascon of the Commission on Human Rights is keynote speaker
(UPDATED) Only 52 out of the 39,000 registered architects in the Philippines are accredited to practice in other ASEAN countries
(UPDATED) Teehankee says, 'No harm was intended, and all wages as sanctioned by Philippine and Swiss regulations have been long paid and settled'
Pia attends the 'High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS' plus meets Department of Health secretary Janette Garin
Migrants rights groups propose an agenda for OFWs meant to guide voters and candidates in the May 2016 elections
The likes of Alec Baldwin and Leonardo DiCaprio are using their influence to magnify the significance of the global meeting in France
As the first pageant for girls with special needs in Asia, Miss Possibilities celebrates the beauty and uniqueness of each participant
This brings to 60 the number of organizations that have so far expressed their intent to send nominees to the House of Representatives
A group of Ateneo medical students produce their own film entitled 'Mga Kwentong Tsubibo,' to explore the very context in which health is accessed and delivered - the social, cultural, and economic factors
The pledges to be gathered will be presented by the youth commission's Dindong Dantes and climate change commission's Lucille Sering to French President Francois Holland at the Paris climate summit
Educating people, encouraging them to practice safer sex, and making HIV testing and condoms widely accessible are more sustainable solutions to stopping HIV
In these crucial times, when democratic spaces in the country have opened, the youth are venturing into an area where many of them have never gone before – the local governments
The Philippine karatekas, who competed against 600 athletes from 30 other countries, win a total of 4 gold, 8 silver, and 12 bronze medals
MovePH, as Rappler's civic engagement arm, embraces people who have stories to tell, and helps them with their advocacies
Over 300 cyclists, enthusiasts and advocates gather at the provincial capitol grounds in Iloilo to campaign against human trafficking
PRESS RELEASE: This interactive exhibition debate serves to generate discourse and create awareness on House Bill No. 4477, or 'The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Act'
The European Union releases its first industry-driven advocacy paper, addressing specific regulatory issues that hamper a more favorable market environment. The Philippine government vows to heed the appeal.
'Among Filipino migrant workers, isolation from network connectivity – via email, phone, or social network – was a key indicator for labor trafficking,' says a University of Southern California report
Judy Ann will work with Richard Yap and Diether Ocampo in the upcoming show ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’
Brothers Eric and Epy Quizon share their memories of their father and his journey with COPD
Students from 9 law schools tackle various current issues in an invitation tournament sponsored by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs and the Ateneo
Thirsty for inspiration? In the mood to be moved by powerful stories of leadership, struggle, and love? Join us on Saturday, November 29 at Miriam College for Pride SPEAKS.
Five years after it was formed, Blog Watch faces the challenge of going beyond cyberspace to reach out to offline citizens
Social enterprises with the poor as primary stakeholders have emerged as innovative responses to social problems
The social enterprise phenomenon in Korea evolved from a bottom-up movement and a top-down culture
OFWs who have been abused in the UAE slam the Philippine government for slow progress of labor cases and laxity in monitoring proper implementation of labor contracts
Move over #ALSIceBucketChallenge! A new cause is making the rounds on social media
The Foundation for Economic Freedom raises cautions about addressing the impending power shortage with expensive quick fixes that will burden the public for a long time
Climate advocates begin a 1,000-kilometer walk to 'Ground Zero' in Tacloban, in a bid to spur action against climate change – the 'defining issue of this generation'
The Climate Walk begins on Thursday, October 2, at the Kilometer Zero marker in Rizal Park, Manila
At the 2014 PH+SocialGood journalism summit, Shahira Amin and Patricia Evangelista talk about the interplay between pushing for change and telling a good story
The au pair program invites young Filipinos for a cultural experience in Europe, but some end up exploited and abused
In Pakistan, a group of business leaders has been using personal money and corporate donations to build schools in far-flung communities since 1995. The Citizens’ Foundation will receive the Ramon Magsaysay Award this year.
Writing about hunger is only a small part of the process of solving it, but once more people become better informed about it, the chances of positive change following can be bigger
'This time, they might fight back. They will always fight back, for they will endlessly imagine life in paradise'