November 10, 2020
2020 saw natural calamities hitting the country, from the Taal volcano eruption to the recent typhoons Quinta and Rolly. But is the Philippines equipped to handle natural disasters? Has it learned from Typhoon Yolanda?
March 18, 2020
The Duterte administration’s Php27.1 billion package of so-called priority actions exposes its complacency in dealing with the pandemic and the disruption to people’s livelihoods. This is just another result of the government’s overly militarist mindset where forceful action is crudely seen as decisive action. The spread of COVID-19 needs much more government resources and a much more holistic approach.
November 8, 2017
ATTENTION: Media practicioners, campaign officers, advocates, researchers, gov’t offices, educators and students M E D I A A D V I S O R Y Typhoon Yolanda: Anong Petsa Na? Assessing rehabilitation, reconstruction and recovery after four years; IBON discloses research findings, environmental and disaster response centers share observations on Yolanda’s year four What: Media […]