Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo says her department is working on a 'faster and more efficient system' to process disaster relief donations
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle makes this appeal to parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila, which covers 5 cities in the National Capital Region
'This is why we release this kind of information so the citizens will get involved in running the government. The changes that we want will not happen if we don’t take action', says DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
Share critical information such as flooded areas, damaged roads, or people in need of rescue by reporting your location and the situation on the Agos Disaster Alert Map
State auditors discover that the military bought petroleum, oil, and lubricants through a repeat order. Supplemental contract agreements are undated and some required documents are missing.
The chopper was carrying 6 US Marines and two soldiers from the Nepalese army
'I alternated between praying and screaming for my mom, while holding my son tight. My husband was hugging both of us. The house continued to sway violently. It felt like an eternity.'
A study of the aid delivery by 5 charities finds a lack of communication between international aid providers, their local counterparts and the government
The non-food assistance includes family survival kits for 1,400 families in Albay and 'health and dignity kits' for 2,000 women
Lessons from the synergy and collaboration among the upland communities of Indigenous People in Talakag, Bukidnon
A non-profit organization plans to introduce at least 7 e-Jeepneys into Tacloban City's public transport system, which was crippled by Super Typhoon Yolanda in November 2013.
President Benigno Aquino III cites the Philippines and Super Typhoon Yolanda as reason to emphasize the need for ASEAN to implement its Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response
'As I write this, you are halfway home. Please do not forget the promises you made to my countrymen'
The United Nations says the 'need remain enormous' in areas hit by Super Typhoon Yolanda, international name Haiyan
Here are some figures to help us see how Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) affected the country, and how these have been addressed so far
VitaMeal bags don't just fill up stomachs but help rebuild nutrition of Yolanda survivors
The Thai company first set up its communication network in Tacloban City
Japan's medical mission in the typhoon-hit areas comes with workers who speak the Philippines' national language
Pope Francis to urge everyone to donate aid money to the Philippines to end the Vatican 'Year of Faith' event
Mobile X-ray kits are helping Japanese medics treat Filipinos hit by Typhoon Haiyan
For CHED, information is hard to come by as regional directors themselves are affected by the super typhoon
There are now 180 American military personnel in the Philippines to give humanitarian assistance in the wake of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan)
MicroMappers is looking for more volunteers to help tag tweets for a United Nations relief effort
Viber aims to help the Philippines after the typhoon by offering free calls abroad to let others know you're okay
Interior Secretary Mar Roxas orders the Philippine National Police (PNP) to look into reports of hoarding following complaints goods delivered to local officers were not being distributed
Australia responds to renewed calls for aid for victims of typhoon Pablo
This is a story that begins with a storm. This is written in the hope that there is another story, one that does not end with a spinning wind.
After having seen the effects of 'Pablo' in Davao Oriental’s coastal towns, I don’t know what’s left. I am distraught but I remain hopeful.
Government officials appeal for help in getting relief to two million people affected by deadly floods in Metro Manila and nearby provinces
President Aquino and Rep. Gloria Arroyo braved the rains Wednesday to distribute relief goods to flood victims
Should the funds not be enough, Abad says the government is ready to augment the QRF and the Calamity Fund
To accept foreign disaster relief means swallowing 'national pride,' says the Philippines' disaster management chief