A memorial is unveiled in General Santos City for the victims of Typhoon Pablo (Bopha), which left 1,067 dead and more than 800 missing
(UPDATED) Europe’s premier geosciences union recognizes Dr Alfredo Mahar Lagmay for his outstanding work on volcanic hazards, earthquakes, typhoons, landslides, and floods
A total of P826.5 million has already been released to 28 state universities and colleges
DSWD builds 1,929 permanent houses for families who survived Typhoon Pablo (Bopha)
Marcelo Monterona, 41, is a member of a group that led protests calling for prompt rehabilitation services and reparation from a big mining corp
In the first place, the Palace says the President had no scheduled trip to the province
The budget will be spent for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of bridges damaged by Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) last year
With the postponement, the typhoon survivors said they have no choice but to wait
A year into the tragic agony and death of 328 fishermen who went missing when Super Typhoon Pablo hit, no one seems to remember them anymore
The experiences of the people of Davao Oriental would hopefully inspire those affected by Typhoon Yolanda to remain courageous in rebuilding their lives
Let's look back at what happened when Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) hit the country in 2012, and review disaster preparation, response, and recovery back then
The law creating the NDRRMC may have its innovations, but it fails Yolanda's horrific test
On the ground, while local government officials are supposed to be the first responders, in many cases and in reality, it is the military that fills in the gaps
Naderev Saño pledges to fast during the 12-day conference until "a meaningful outcome is in sight."
1st Lt. Alex Deazeta is a hero, but he challenges the audience of the PH+Social Good Summit to all be heroes
The United Nations and other aid donors say about 530,000 people displaced by Typhoon Pablo urgently need permanent shelters and emergency jobs
Elbert Reyes of Aragon in Cateel, Davao Oriental returns to his fields, planting for a future after Typhoon Pablo
Yoko Ono, John Lennon's wife, has more connections to the Philippines than you might think
Eight persons were pressed with public disorder charges for leading more than 5,000 angry residents in the roadblock protesting the alleged poor government relief services
In Surigao del Sur, after typhoon Pablo, teachers fight to educate their students in a school without a roof
The UN launches an appeal for more international aid to help victims of Typhoon Pablo in Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental
A low pressure area brings heavy rain in Mindanao, making rivers overflow and threatening places hardest hit by Typhoon Pablo
(UPDATED) Threatening Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley, a low pressure area triggers flash floods that have affected almost 5,000 persons
A month after Typhoon Pablo struck the Philippines, scenes of rebuilding abound in the hardest hit communities
Learn how people around the world celebrated the coming of 2013
Provinces devastated by the super typhoon have 2.13 million voters. They can determine who land the last few slots in the so-called Magic 12.
Survivors of a typhoon that ravaged the southern Philippines will bypass Christmas this year as they hole up in evacuation centers and continue to bury their dead, officials say
The death toll from a typhoon that devastated the Philippines earlier this month will likely hit 1,500, making it the second deadliest since the country began keeping records, says the civil defence chief
IFRC said urgent humanitarian assistance is needed to help those affected by Typhoon Bopha
Export commitments of Filipino cavendish banana producers to United States will be postponed to fulfill the obligations to other export markets, such as Japan and Korea
President Aquino creates the Transition Commission to write the Bangsamoro Basic Law. | The government’s disaster bureau wants 2013 elections postponed in areas devastated by typhoon Pablo. | The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines blames the approval of the RH bill on Palace intervention.
Majority of those affected are women, youth aged 15-24, and unpaid family workers. Expectedly, most of them come from the Davao Region, the worst hit by the typhoon.
The PNP scrapped its holiday celebrations and order its members to donate to the victims of the typhoon
The devastation of typhoon Pablo, Pacquiao's defeat, and a tweeting Pope in this week's Photo wRap
The Philippine government accuses NPA rebels of violating a self-imposed truce in typhoon-hit areas with attacks on government forces involved in rescue and relief work
In a historic vote, the House of Representatives passes the Reproductive Health Bill on 2nd Reading. | More than a week later, the death toll from typhoon Pablo climbs to more than 900. | Japan deploys fighter jets after a Chinese plane is spotted over islands claimed by both countries.
(UPDATE) The toll from typhoon Pablo (Bopha) has breached the 900 mark; Evacuees down to 765,530; Fishermen's groups dispute figure on rescued fishermen
The number of victims of typhoon Pablo (Bopha) continues to rise, with 714 now confirmed dead and 890 missing
If the terrain is really dangerous, people, local governments, and aid groups can only do so much
On the other hand, Australia provides 70% of the P737-M foreign aid pledged to help the victims of Typhoon 'Pablo'
Dante has checked records of survivors and included all 18 of his family members in the list of the missing. He has gone from New Bataan to Tagum City in Northern Davao to New Bataan again, visiting morgues and wakes, opening every coffin, following army trucks hauling back recovered bodies.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator Luiza Carvalho will outline plans for an immediate aid package as well as long-term support for the areas hardest hit by Pablo
This week's social media wRap takes on a more somber note as we list down the images and tweets that made us remember how fragile life can be
"Have mercy on us, please donate," read one sign held by a group of ragged kids
Unchecked illegal gold mining and decades of indiscriminate logging contributed to the high death toll in the Philippines' worst natural disaster this year, officials and experts say
Pablo (Bopha), now a tropical depression, is lingering off the coast of Ilocos Norte Sunday, December 9, and is expected to dissipate within the next 12 hours
This time, Typhoon Pablo is expected to hit the northern tip of the main island of Luzon
4 days after 'Pablo' struck Mindanao, officials struggle to bring in food and relief through almost impassable roads
Typhoon "Pablo" regained strength as it is forecasted to move northeastward at 11 kph, skirting Luzon, weather bureau Pagasa said in its 5 am weather bulletin.
President Aquino visits two of the provinces hardest hit by Typhoon 'Pablo'