Promoting agriculture, students from the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) bag the 2018 Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) Award
Digital tools are making it easier, faster, and cheaper to learn
Voyager Innovations chairman Manuel Pangilinan says the upcoming partnership deals 'will excite the market'
Di tengah blokade negara-negara Arab, Qatar meyakini pentingnya pendidikan untuk bertahan di atas kaki sendiri
Pertua has been around for 30 years, and it has gained a cult following for helping bring old cars and motorcycles back to life
Harleen Jao took her time to develop 'tsokolate' in a sachet, in a bid to take the time out of preparing the traditional Filipino drink
Qatar diblokir, wajah Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani ada di mana-mana
Entrepreneurs and innovators share tips and insights to millennials on how to effectively implement their inventions
Lee calls ASEAN the 'lifeboat' of Southeast Asian countries
Some of the latest 2017 TV models from LG, Samsung, and Sony are among the ones that Netflix has certified to provide an optimal audio-visual experience
DTI leads the biggest government-initiated startup event in the Philippines and the ASEAN region
The PH startup LX Innovative Solutions is made entirely of college students. Here they share what they've learned so far as a startup, hoping to inspire more
'Startups to the Resque' relies on the spirit and dynamism of the youth to propose solutions for disaster resilience and recovery
Seven fellows or innovators from all over the world share their expertise to alleviate Marikina's problems
The decisions to be made by the Philippine Competition Commission in coming months, as it fully implements the Philippine Competition Act, will set the tone for competition regulation in Philippine markets
Innovation is not just about creating something totally new but also building around existing ideas and improving on them.
'When we post something, think of the welfare of others. Think of the positive energy it can create. Think of the people who will be inspired. Think of a society that you want to have.'
The winning idea for this year's #HackSociety is LawKo – a social media chatbot that aims to bridge the gap between the Philippines' legal processes and the ordinary Filipino
National Privacy Commissioner Raymund Liboro stresses the importance of the right of everyone to have their private information secure
Check out the highlights from this year's Philippine leg of the Social Good Summit 2017
'When we talk about innovation, it does not have to be complicated,' says 3M Philippines managing director Ariel Lacsamana
The recent deadlock between LTFRB and companies Grab and Uber reflects the challenges encountered by innovators clashing with government regulators
One way to stop the growing HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Philippines is by fighting the stigma that comes with it, says Paul Junio of LoveYourself
Watch the 2017 Manila Social Good Summit and join the discussion on how innovation should leave no one behind
Watch the #InspireCourage segment at the 2017 Manila Social Good Summit
The two-day ideathon aims to crowdsource 'hacks' or innovative solutions to today's pressing social problems
Zarina San Jose of the World Youth Alliance Philippines promotes an app that can help women monitor their menstrual health
Millennials are in the best position to start businesses out of apps or other digital technology that solves problems and provides essential services, says Joey Concepcion
Here are the highlights from the pitching session on Day 2 of HackSociety 2017
Here are the winners for the 4 categories in this year's two-day ideathon, Hack Society
This year’s Accenture Program the Future winners are gearing up to change the world, one app at a time.
Five finalists for this year's HackSociety propose ideas to help persons with disabilities, juvenile delinquents, depressed individuals, and ordinary people with limited knowledge of the law
The 2017 Manila Social Good will explore the purpose of innovation and will push back to the center stage the massive and urgent needs that the society faces
Entrepreneurs share the failures they had to go through before reaching success
The city s 90 day feeding program also brings in local businesses and the residents themselves in a community intervention effort
The groups call Sereno s impeachment case an insidious attempt to immobilize and weaken the very institutions that our Constitution put in place to check on excesses in executive power
For Kai Farms' Karla Delgado, organic doesn't have to be expensive
Garbage remains a main concern in the city s flood mitigation efforts but the successful waste management initiative of one barangay may serve as a model
The deaf community relies on social media platforms that allow for visual communication and use these to push for advocacies such as the passage of the Filipino Sign Language bill
At the Giving Cafe, it's all about good coffee, good food, good vibes, and good intentions
Barangay Aquaponics promotes water based farming to help Filipinos grow their own food and become entrepreneurs
The Philippine Social Good Summit 2017 will challenge us to examine the purpose of innovation and ask the critical questions: Where are we? Where do we want to go? How do we get there?
We received a number of requests to extend the deadline for entries to HackSociety Because of this we are extending the deadline to no later than 5:00 pm Thursday Sept 7
From teaching housewives basic accounting the group behind livelihood program Amiga Philippines now aims to establish a social enterprise and help women do business
A global survey released by the World Economic Forum shows millennials have an optimistic outlook on the impact of technology on job creation
I may not be one whom you can consider a celebrity but I can proudly say I m a person with a clear vision big dreams and definite plans for the future thanks to technology says the Filipina singer
Filipino students compete to build the best AI apps with Accenture s ProgramTheFuture2017
Accenture s campus competition Program the Future provides a platform for Filipino students ready to disrupt the digital world
The 2017 Social Good Summit in the Philippines will challenge us to examine the purpose of innovation and ask the critical questions: Where are we? Where do we want to go? How do we get there?