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‘Aesthetic lighting’ of San Juanico Bridge expected to bring progress to...

“The joint efforts of both the government and non-government entities of this endeavor are commendable,” said President Marcos

Society of St Vincent de Paul inks agreement with DSWD for...

Under the MOA, both DSWD and SSVP shall undertake capacity-building activities on how to manage livelihood projects

Archdiocese of Palo, nakaagapay sa mga biktima ng bagyong Agaton

Umabot sa mahigit 18,000 pamilya ang nasalanta ng bagyong Agaton habang mahigit sa 50 ang naitalang nasawi dahil sa naganap na landslide

Pope Francis offers prayers for victims of tropical storm ‘Agaton’

“As a sign of spiritual closeness, His Holiness willingly invokes upon all the Filipino people God’s blessings of strength and peace”

Death toll from Philippines landslides, floods hits 148

Scores of people are still missing and feared dead after the strongest storm to strike the archipelago nation this year dumped heavy rain

Manila prelate expresses solidarity with storm victims during Chrism Mass

“Let us also remember them in our prayers,” said Cardinal Jose Advincula

Death toll from Philippines landslides, floods hits 115

The Philippines -- ranked among the most vulnerable nations to the impacts of climate change -- is hit by an average of 20 storms every year

Death toll from Philippines landslides, floods rises to 80

Scientists warn that the storms are becoming more powerful as the world gets warmer because of human-driven climate change

Caritas Philippines extends aid to dioceses battered by tropical storm

Caritas Philippines appeals for donations from people "in whatever way they can" in the spirit of "sacrifice and selflessness" especially during the Holy Week

Search for survivors in wake of Philippine storm continues as death...

Tens of thousands fled their homes as the storm pummelled the disaster-prone region in recent days, dumping heavy rain that flooded houses

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