The parade is an international movement of passionate individuals who spread the belief that 'happiness is the journey, not the destination' by holding peaceful local parades of soap bubbles
A forum for candidates in Cagayan de Oro puts a spotlight on climate change and environmental issues
Rappler looks back at the most criticized and most applauded statements and actions of President Aquino
MovePH's Project Agos to conduct training on the use of social media in disaster information management on June 18 to 19 in Cagayan de Oro City
Rene Jr vows to not let challenges get in the way of his dreams
(UPDATED) Europe’s premier geosciences union recognizes Dr Alfredo Mahar Lagmay for his outstanding work on volcanic hazards, earthquakes, typhoons, landslides, and floods
Groups of students share their initiatives that have been helping families affected by Typhoon Sendong in Cagayan de Oro 3 years ago gain livelihood
'The rain ceased being romantic and wind chimes, in turn, fluttered an angry battlecry. I cannot sit here and wait.'
Three years after typhoon Sendong, the Adriano family recalls the struggle to rebuild their lives
Lessons from the synergy and collaboration among the upland communities of Indigenous People in Talakag, Bukidnon
How did the 'most destructive storm' of 2011 pave the way for better nutrition programs in Cagayan De Oro?
The city government of Cagayan de Oro has identified a 15-hectare land where 1,200 new housing units will be built for victims of Typhoon Sendong
Survivors will continue to have sex in the time of Yolanda for a reason that the numbers won't tell you
Sendong survivors commemorate their experience during the catastrophe through “Straight from the Art"
The stand-alone agency should be responsible for formulating 'one coherent plan' on disaster management
The law creating the NDRRMC may have its innovations, but it fails Yolanda's horrific test
Of 13 major storms worldwide since 2007, 5 made landfall in the Philippines
Some government authorities say climate change is increasing the ferocity and frequency of the typhoons
A team has completed mapping floodplain data for 17 of the total 18 critical river basins across the country
The 3-dimensional map helps foresee climate change impact in 2020 and 2050
Family planning is a life-saving intervention for women and girls in humanitarian crises
Under Mayor Vicente Emano, the city government used the President's pork barrel to construct a water system without the approval of the budget agency
Despite April 2013 survey results indicating the contrary, Moreno is expected to get elected as mayor of CDO
The coalition of President Aquino campaigns in Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro, focusing on issues they knew mattered to Northern Mindanao
In the aftermath of Sendong, an organization was providing tents for evacuees in Cagayan de Oro. The city government stopped people from availing.
During disasters, preparedness is the best defense against loss of lives
With the memory of Typhoon "Sendong" still fresh in their minds, residents of Cagayan de Oro City have become stronger and more prepared for any natural calamity
The strongest typhoon to hit the country this year claims hundreds of lives, despite government warnings and memories of Tropical Storm Sendong last year. Paterno Esmaquel reports
This time around, residents heeded public storm warnings and willingly evacuated their homes
The NDRRMC discourages media from comparing 'Pablo' to 'Sendong,' which killed over 1,470 people
(UPDATED) Typhoon Pablo maintains maximum sustained winds of 175 km/h as it moves closer to land
Disaster officials say Typhoon Pablo is forecast to be even stronger than the deadly Tropical Storm Sendong in 2011
A former administrator tells Rappler that were it not for an investigation conducted, 'the trust fund would have remained a secret'
Six months after typhoon Sendong laid waste to Iligan, visual artist Kiri Lluch Dalena lets a fallen tree tell the story of a storm that stole a city
A number of Tropical Storm Sendong survivors draw inspiration from sports to overcome grief.
It is not enough to just remember Japan. Any part of the Philippines can be the next Marikina, the next CDO, even the next Sendai.
Sendong survivors from Iligan wait months to be paid their wages through the government's Windows of Opportunity cash-for-work program. The program is meant to be one of DSWD's quick response measures to immediately aid victims who have lost everything to disaster.
These kits are intended to enhance the mobility and comfort of women
This is in contrast to what critics said was his delayed visit to areas that Tropical Storm Sendong devastated last year
Despite the global economic crisis, there is optimism that enough funds can be generated
The trade department said the food processing industry in Cagayan de Oro, and the construction and equipment companies in Iligan suffered from 'Sendong' the most
Young JV challenges UAAP star Kiefer Ravena in "Fastbreak"
Live stream, live chat, social stream of FASTBREAK! A Charity Basketball Game for Sendong Victims, Friday, Jan 6, 2012
This includes donation from the province of Matinoba, home to thousands of Filipinos
Looking beyond the grief and devastation brought by the December 16 rains, there is the hidden impact on the middle class and business in Cagayan de Oro City.
If Senator Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel will have his way, the Senate will launch yet another investigation, this time into why so many died following typhoon Sendong