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Church, civil society groups urge Filipino voters to spend Holy Week...
Bishop Bagaforo said he hopes that the Holy Week observance will help people "decide on the best leaders this country deserves”
Oxfam calls for renewable energy shift in Philippines following new climate...
From 1970 to 2019, 75% of deaths caused by weather, climate and water hazards in the Southwest Pacific region were from the Philippines
Oxfam calls for continued gov’t support for women in conflict areas...
Oxfam projects have helped women from Maguindanao, Tawi-Tawi, and Lanao del Sur gain a voice in local councils and in their households
Study: Filipino women still bear brunt of unpaid care work
“Traditional gender norms or stereotypes surrounding unpaid care work and breadwinning still persist in this day and age”
Oxfam raises concern over risk of COVID transmission among typhoon survivors
As of January 17, there were still 228,529 displaced typhoon survivors staying in evacuation centers
‘COVID-19 pushed 148 million Asians into poverty,’ says Oxfam
The region’s billionaires, however, grew their wealth by US$1.46 trillion, leading to a staggering rise in inequality
Oxfam appeals for support in rebuilding typhoon-damaged houses
Initial monitoring showed that at least 400,000 houses were damaged — 127,000 of which were completely destroyed
Humanitarian groups provide ‘pre-disaster financial aid’ to families in central Philippines
The cash aid distribution aims to assist households to prioritize their urgent needs before the projected impact of typhoon "Odette"
Oxfam urges Philippine gov’t to work harder to shift to green...
The Philippines has suffered billions of dollars worth of economic losses due to extreme weather events linked to climate change
House of Representatives passes bill prohibiting child marriage
The bill defines child marriage as the formal marriage between children under 18 years of age, or between an adult and a child