“How many Jennifers, how many Nicoles are we going to wait for?”
Month: October 2014
MANILA – Health workers under the banner of the Alliance of Health Workers (AHW) stormed the main office of the Department of Health on Monday, Oct. 27, denouncing its continuing neglect of the public health service system. The health workers lament that the DOH fails in providing adequate health care for the people, and neglects…
“Instead of protecting the indigenous peoples, the NCIP served as a bridge for the entry of destructive projects.”
Arnold “AJ” Jaramillo was the iconic “astig” father: he was a New People’s Army leader.
The amazing lives of the “Lacub martyrs” give their loved ones the courage, hope and inspiration to seek justice.
Two people were killed, while two went missing in three separate incidents during heavy military operations in Agusan del Sur and Surigao del Sur.
By Satur C. Ocampo At Ground Level | The Philippine Star The quotation is from Fr. Pete Montallana, a Catholic priest who has spent 20 years as missionary among the Agta-Dumagat tribe in the Quezon portion of the Sierra Madre mountains. By continuing to violate the Agta’s human rights, he says, the state security forces…
By LUIS V. TEODORO Vantage Point | BusinessWorld Olongapo City prosecutor Emilie Fe de los Santos declared the other day during the preliminary investigation of the murder charge against Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton of the United States Marine Corps that “there is no gender issue” involved in the killing of Jennifer Laude. “The…
Families of the “Lacub martyrs” went to Manila to redress their grievance against the “war crimes” committed by the military in its operations in Abra in September.
“If the DOH has a problem managing preventable infectious diseases such as measles, how can we be assured that it can handle the deadly Ebola virus?” Read also: How to prevent the spread of Ebola virus