Safetipin is a mobile application enabling users to rate and share their ‘safety perception’ of areas in their city
Local governments should enforce ordinances penalizing sexual harassment in public spaces, says an expert on women empowerment
Central Luzon has the highest number of crash-related deaths in 2014, but if numbers are divided by population, Cagayan Valley comes out as the most crash-prone.
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is adding a driver's simulation test into the driver licensing system, on top of the usual written exam and practical test
Einstein Rojas narrates how he survived a crash with a container van back in 2012
Motorcycle riders are supposedly asked to remove their helmets when they enter Malolos City and neighboring Baliuag town
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem has rejected any UN role in monitoring the designated areas
Senator JV Ejercito hosts the forum 'Seats that Saves Lives' in the Senate and pushes for bills to fill gaps in existing laws on road safety
9,563 of the 109,322 road crash incidents recorded by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) in 2016 involved buses.
The Metro Manila Accident Recording and Analysis System says there were 109,322 road crash incidents in the National Capital Region in 2016, a 14.33% increase over 2015
The agreement provides for a ceasefire, a ban on all flights, rapid deliveries of humanitarian aid to the designated areas, and the return of refugees
Government data show that the number of deaths due to traffic incidents has been increasing since 2006. Hundreds of the fatalities each year are children.
The Philippines' road safety laws lack teeth in some areas, and these need to be addressed to serve as stronger protection for road users
Greg Smith of the International Road Assessment Program says infrastructure is important in preventing serious accidents and deaths resulting from road crashes
The WHO says 1.25 million people die in road crashes every year. In the Philippines, various laws and policies have been crafted to arrest the number of road crash fatalities
Parisa Tabriz engineers Google Chrome's security and safety features. Here she shares how Google keeps users safe – and how users can tweak their behavior to keep their information safe
#SaferRoadsPH campaign promotes road safety policies, information, and news for road users. Road crash incidents are no accidents. They can be prevented.
Read tweets and Instagram posts about road safety policies, awareness, information and news for roads users
The process for transferring ownership of inherited land is confusing, a netizen reports. Their application has been pending for almost two years.
Before they can avail of their benefits and privileges, PWDs must first get an identification card from their local city or municipal social welfare offices
'I am not ready to release everybody,' says President Duterte
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The actress, who has been advocating road safety since 2008, says a recently-launched campaign aims to provide governments with solutions to provide safer roads
The Safe Steps campaign features educational videos, which will air in 24 countries across Asia – the region posting some of the highest numbers of road deaths
The deceptive embedded content is a kind of social engineering attack, and Google aims to stop sites that show them
Women are often harassed on the streets, and a UN organization hopes to change that
Android users with Chrome version 46 and above should have Safe Browsing enabled by default
At the touch of a button, an app gives crucial guidelines to birth attendants in Ethiopia
Hooking up while traveling is surprisingly common, but please stay protected and practice safe sex!
Here are 5 things you should know about those nifty little love gloves
'Permitting restrictions on women’s right to decide their own bodies perpetuate discrimination against women and inequality of women in law'
BSP says the imminent interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve continues to weigh down on investor sentiment
Educating people, encouraging them to practice safer sex, and making HIV testing and condoms widely accessible are more sustainable solutions to stopping HIV
The correct process is to consult an engineer, get a building permit, and have a responsible person at the site during construction
Find out if your house is built according to standards by taking the interactive 'How safe is my house' quiz
Low condom use continues despite the many efforts of advocates to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and the scientific studies proving the role of condoms in HIV prevention
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Filipinos want to be healthier, but studies show that they aren’t doing enough about it. Here are some simple tips on how to step up your lifestyle
Northbound traffic is expected to build up in the afternoon of April 1, Holy Wednesday until late morning of April 2, Maundy Thursday
Proper labeling of products with genetically-modified organisms should be mandatory in the Philippines to give consumers a chance to choose safe food, a consumers' rights group says
Which one is the safest? The world’s most populous city – Tokyo.
Emergency management expert Martin Aguda shares these family safety tips for handling firecrackers and fire
The health department suggests age-appropriate toys which shoppers can consider in their last-minute shopping
A program teaches students on how to check if their schools are safe from natural hazards and how to better prepare for disasters