The universities who received research grants include University of the Philippines Diliman, Western Philippines University, University of Southeastern Philippines, and Technological Institute of the Philippines
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez says government plans to create models and choose certain areas 'where we go just renewable'
The initial fruit of the tie up will be a study to review the current mix as the DOE wants to be sure about decisions that will entice investment, says energy chief Alfonso Cusi
Bila tidak, alumninya akan sulit mendapat pekerjaan karena dianggap kurang kredibel.
For many women and girls in developing countries, menstruation increases their risk of infection and makes them vulnerable to bullying and teasing
USAID discovers 'a network of commercial vendors, NGO employees, and others' allegedly engaged in bribery and kickback schemes
The shipment will meet food needs of 'at least one million internally displaced people and 200,000 South Sudanese for 3 months,' WFP Sudan chief Adnan Khan tells reporters
The symposium on social entrepreneurship will take place on Feb 17
Using the hashtag #NowPH, join the Twitter and Facebook conversation on November 8, and show how you're helping address climate change
The Mind Museum's exhibit ‘A Glass of The Sea' includes select footage from the CAS Verde Island Passage expedition
The United States Agency for International Development awards 16 scholarships and 14 research grants to individuals from 18 universities in the Philippines
ASEAN, through its Free Trade Agreements with regional powers, gives the country the chance to trade to half the world at little to no tariffs
'The brief episode of US Army rule in Muslim Mindanao left a deep imprint on the Muslim popular mind. Muslims were impressed with the "American warriors" but also valued how the American "datus" governed them'
'When it comes to economic assistance, communities see US aid as a better and reliable source compared to the Philippine government that had been notorious in breaking promises of bringing development and growth to Muslims'
'It was not American soldiers who made the most transforming impact on the war zones of the southern Philippines; it was their civilian counterparts who had brought about these profound positive changes'
The Energy Virtual One Shared System (EVOSS) – which the DOE targets to be operational by the fourth quarter of 2015 – will initially cover renewable energy projects
The impact of development aid has been limited, with infrastructure and social care still feeble even in the cities
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USAID director Jeremy Konyndyk: "Compared to something like malaria, it is much harder a disease to get. But obviously must worse when you do get it."
The old challenge the young to be more proactive and demand greater accountability
Lack of financing in the Philippines' water sector remains a major concern, USAID official says
Compared to their private sector counterparts, many government employees are disadvantaged in 3 areas: competence, confidence, compensation
Alan Gross, arrested in December 2009 for allegedly distributing telecommunications equipment in Cuba while working as a contractor for USAID, turns 65 on Friday, May 2
Jailed American Alan Gross has received 'dignified and decent treatment,' according to foreign ministry official Josefina Vidal
Cuba says the US must stop its 'illegal and covert' action, referring to a Twitter-style application USAID set up
US officials offer to help ASEAN countries get ready for the effects of climate change and urge better cooperation among armies and emergency agencies
Women should have a seat at the table of decision-makers who will build the peace in Mindanao
Here are some figures to help us see how Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) affected the country, and how these have been addressed so far
Super Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan in numbers and images, one month after it hit
The world shows immense generosity but it poses a coordination risk, an expert says. Can the government manage it?
Experts say mistakes made in the relief effort after the catastrophic 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami must not be repeated in the typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) response
The Alliance for Affordable Internet is pushing for legislation to make Internet connectivity around the world more affordable
The United States Agency for International Development launches a new fund for civil society organizations
A threatened partial shutdown of the US government will not hit foreign nationals lining up for visas to visit the United States
The Philippines still has a lot of catching up to make economic growth felt and enjoyed by the rest of the country’s population, says a USAID mission director
A number of municipalities in Bohol will be getting a connectivity boost thanks to the efforts of Microsoft and the Philippine and US governments
A watchdog body criticized USAID for spending nearly US$50-M on programs in Afghanistan that had failed to improve stability
CHED is already preparing for the two-year enrollment gap in 2016 and 2017, as well as the other effects of the K to 12 program on colleges and universities
President Evo Morales accuses the US development agency of meddling in the country's internal affairs
The embattled Visayan Forum Foundation slaps accusers with perjury charges
(UPDATED) The amount of the compensation will be determined only after the vessel is pulled out and damage assessment of the reef is finalized
The governments of Japan and United States as well as overseas Filipino workers are extending more help to the victims of typhoon Pablo in Mindanao
In a historic case that pits a Philippine NGO against USAID, witnesses tell NBI that Visayan Forum's multi-awarded founder ordered them to doctor receipts on Saturdays, their 'doctorate' days. The internationally acclaimed NGO refutes this claim
Lawmakers agree to expand the Anti-Trafficking Act of 2003 after a congressional bicameral conference committee hearing
Facing accusations of fraud, Visayan Forum wants to regain custody of 35 boxes of allegedly faked receipts that the NBI will use against them in an unprecedented case initiated by USAID
Legislators want to reconcile 2 versions of the new bill against human trafficking after recent complaints by the UN and fraud charges filed agains the Visayan Forum
EXCLUSIVE: Relations turn sour between the closest of allies – Visayan Forum and USAID, longtime partners against human trafficking – after investigators seized up to 35,000 documents allegedly faked by the internationally acclaimed NGO
The case involving Visayan Forum shows the need for NGOs to be transparent, Filipinos say
The Philippines' key anti-human trafficking crusader, Visayan Forum, faces fraud charges
Senator Tito Sotto says big bucks and the abortion advocacy are the main drivers of the RH bill