Top officials of PhilHealth have been accused of putting 15 billion pesos (309, 392, 250 USD) in their pockets.
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The world is experiencing extreme events and it is no doubt connected to climate change. Right now Europe is enduring an extreme heatwave that experts say is contributing to the tragic wildfires … Continue reading Heatwaves in Europe, Flooding in Asia — The new normal?
The past four months, our group for our Media in Practice module worked with Content Consultants to research on the feasibility of using mHealth for sexual, menstrual, and reproductive health … Continue reading [Academic]: Potential of mHealth for adolescents in India, South Africa, and the Philippines
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There are only a few days to go before the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 takes place in Paris and with this comes the question: where does the Association of … Continue reading Asean’s big coal problem
The mass grave in Tacloban are lined with white crosses. Survivors who chose to remember their loved ones, even with uncertainty if their bodies were truly found, wrote names on … Continue reading Rich Countries Must Pay for Climate Devastation
Many countries in Asia are extremely vulnerable to climate change. For this reason, the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 which will be happening in December is crucial to the survival … Continue reading Asia Needs Strong Climate Agreement to Survive