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Leyte farmers receives assistance from Sen. Villar, DA

TACLOBAN CITY – Farmers in Leyte’s third district received vegetable seeds and fertilizers for them to restart after they were hit by supertyphoon Yolanda from the Department of Agriculture and Senator Cynthia Villar, who...

Dengue, measles noted in Yolanda-hit areas

TACLOBAN CITY – Health officials in the region expressed their fear of a possible outbreak of both measles and dengue fever cases in Yolanda-hit areas after cases of these ailments stalked typhoon victims. Doctor Jose...

Survivors build houses the Irish way

Pascal Canning, 51, an Irishman, came to the Philippines on March 15, 2006, a few weeks after a landslide covered the entire village of Guinsaugon in St. Bernard, Southern Leyte. He found his wife...

Foreign donors’ contribution for Yolanda hit areas reaches $609-M

TACLOBAN CITY – At least $609 million funding - a bulk intended for Eastern Visayas - has already been contributed by foreign donors for supertyphoon Yolanda response, the United Nations Office for the Coordination...

Well done soldiers, says UNHCR

TACLOBAN CITY- Hats off to the Filipino soldiers. Thus said Julian Herrera, senior protection officer of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), who commended the government soldiers for their help during the calamity...

Trafficking, prostitution taking a turn for the worse amid neglect of disaster victims-solon

Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Luzviminda Ilagan urged colleagues in the House of Representatives to immediately tackle in its agenda House Resolution 453 amid increased reports of trafficking and cybersex operations in the country, especially...

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