Candon Youth Movement engages Ilocos Sur youth for projects on public health, agriculture, and education
The entire Cagayan Valley region is on heightened alert as close to a thousand delegates are expected to arrive for two international athletics competitions
'We consider it urgent for priority to be given to releasing political prisoners, recognizing the legitimacy of decisions by the National Assembly...and establishing an electoral calendar that includes postponed elections'
'We focus on entrepreneurship because we need to, in order to develop our country,' Senator Bam Aquino tells students at the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp
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Bishop Joel Baylon says young Filipinos must be 'online missionaries of God'
The UN organization vows to add the country's Wood Buffalo National Park to its 'list of world heritage in danger' if corrective measures are not taken quickly
80% of the respondents agree that it is 'acceptable for women to work at paid jobs outside the home'
Harmful exposure can start in the mother's womb, increasing the risk of premature birth, which can lead to life-long health problems
The UP Genetic Researchers and Agricultural Innovators Society strives to uphold awareness on the ways, means, and science behind agricultural biotechnology to help students and farmers alike
In just a little over a week, more than 45,000 are displaced in Iraq and over 26,000 are forced to flee in Syria
'The researchers estimate that 1,200 people in Europe will die early, each losing as much as a decade of their life, as a result of excess emissions generated,' the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which took part in the study, explains
The US decision is a clear break from precedent and could threaten the viability of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB), where major trade conflicts have been adjudicated
Mapping Antarctica’s extremes is essential for understanding weather patterns, and teasing out natural climate variability from human-induced climate change, the WMO said in a statement
Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency has left at least 20,000 people dead in northeast Nigeria since it began in 2009 and has displaced more than 2.6 million others
British Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said information on the February 13 attack at Kuala Lumpur airport that killed Kim Jong-Nam should be sent to the Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
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For the first time, the World Health Organization (WHO) published a list of bacteria threatening to turn once easily-treatable infections into serial killers
'Jim Paredes, look at me,' says Solicitor General Jose Calida, 'Huwag mong patulan itong mga bata. Look for a person your age. Sinabihan mo silang duwag, try and tell me I'm duwag.'
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos
Protesters raise several issues as they commemorate the 31st EDSA People Power uprising
Poorer countries are expected to reap the most benefits from the Trade Facilitation Agreement of the World Trade Organization through provisions that will improve access to richer markets for their products
Youth Sports Advocacy uses sports to transform kids to become better individuals. Some of their trainees have become varsity players in their respective schools.
Nearly 5 million people are facing starvation and famine, the government says
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The US will boost defense spending significantly, says US Vice President Mike Pence
For Gimar Reyes, one of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines for 2016, a life devoted to service for others is his way of loving God back
(UPDATED) This change in the US stance was calculated to please Netanyahu and his right-wing coalition, and Trump's views on the shortcomings of the Palestinian position will delight them
'This does not make sense,' Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee member Hanan Ashrawi explains. 'This is not a responsible policy and it does not serve the cause of peace.'
This is necessary, says the National Youth Commission chairperson, because of the 28 who get infected with HIV, up to 26 are young people
PART 2: ASEAN countries view the issue of undocumented migrant workers differently. Singapore and Malaysia view it as a 'security threat' while the Philippines and Indonesia as a matter of 'human rights'
Security and IT systems at the $1.2-billion headquarters in the Belgian capital are behind schedule and so the transatlantic military alliance will only properly move in come September, sources say
The El Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Torture and Violence in Cairo offers psychological rehabilitation to victims of abuses including sexual assault
Mulai dari masalah kemacetan, hak penyandang disabilitas, hingga pelayanan publik yang baik
Pia Wurtzbach's recent visit to an indigenous community in Palawan showcases the success of a rehabilitation project after Yolanda
Prices rise at a faster rate than at any point last year due to increases in oil, transport, housing, and utilities, according to NEDA
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Merkel also passes on concerns over press freedom and the accreditation of German journalists in Turkey
The United Nations denounces the move, stressing 'unilateral actions' were an obstacle to peace
According to the Philippine president, new US president has relayed this message: that Donald Trump supports the Duterte administration
'Compliance is great, it's been really fantastic,' says Saudi Arabian Oil Minister Khaled al-Falih
The annual journalism competition for elementary and high school students kicks off in Pagadian City in Zamboanga del Sur province
'All the Calamian Islands are ancestral domains of the Tagbanuas. So far, there are only 2 communities that have been awarded the title. There are 23 barangays still applying for titles,' a development worker explains
'We need to continue working to make sure our communities are resilient', the reigning Miss Universe tells an indigenous community in Palawan
'They have an indigenous structure that is more resilient to typhoons compared to the models that were introduced by other agencies,' an NGO says
The agriculture sector, which employs more than 85,000 children, has the highest incidence of child labor in the country
House justice panel chair Reynaldo Umali urges the public to continue raising their concerns on the two controversial bills so lawmakers may consider them before they vote on the measures
Miss World Philippines franchise passes hands from Cory Quirino to Arnold Vegafria, who manages Miss World 2013 Megan Young
The Department of Education says it can use the fund to fast-track the repair of damaged schools
FEU students are now free to express themselves through their choice of clothes, as long as they wear their uniforms