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Rappler journalists among 2017 Save the Children Media Awards finalists

Oct 24, 2017 - 5:33 PM

The stories 'demonstrate the impact of lack of food and adequate nutrition on children from poor communities and good practices that could help eradicate the problem'

CHILDREN’S RIGHTS. Rappler’s story about the Malabon city government’s program to combat malnutrition in children is among the finalists in the Save the Children Media Awards 2017. A story on what the education department wants served in public school canteens is also a finalist. Rappler file photo

Rappler's Chrisee dela Paz wins at 2017 NSM Media Awards

Oct 03, 2017 - 8:25 PM

The Philippine Statistics Authority recognizes journalists for 'valuing the extensive use and professional handling of statistics in their work'

BEST INDIVIDUAL FOR ONLINE. Rappler’s Chrisee Dela Paz (center) holds up a citation for Best Individual for Online Category from the Philippine Statistics Authority at the 7th NSM Media Awards. Also in the photo are NEDA Undersecretary Jose Miguel de la Rosa (right) and Assistant National Statistician Candido Astrologo Jr (left). Photo from PSA

Rappler's Patricia Evangelista wins SOPA award for drug war story

Jun 15, 2017 - 11:31 PM

Rappler journalist Patricia Evangelista wins the SOPA 2017 Awards for Editorial Excellence in Feature Writing for coverage of the drug war


Rappler's Patricia Evangelista finalist in SOPA awards

May 18, 2017 - 10:39 PM

Evangelista’s ‘In the Name of the Father’ is one of the finalists in the awards Excellence in Feature Writing category

Rappler journalists finalists in 2016 Save the Children Media Awards

Nov 01, 2016 - 11:43 AM

The annual competition seeks to encourage and engage members of the media to continue raising the public’s awareness regarding the reality of hunger and malnutrition’s impact on Filipino children and their families

A boy prepares the fishes for cooking which were caught at the Pasig river. All photos by Mark Saludes/Rappler