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UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach Calls for Addressing the Causes that Put Young People at Risk of HIV

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UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador for Asia and the Pacific Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach urged decision makers to address the causes that put young people at risk of HIV. She spoke at the International Youth Day Conference organized by the United Nations Youth Association of the Philippines in collaboration with the United Nations Association of the Philippines, held at the University of Makati…. Read more »

She for She: Promoting Gender Equality and Women Empowerment

She For She

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines (CCI France Philippines) together with Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (La Camara) held the She for She: Women in Business Forum last May 17, 2018 at the Makati Diamond Residences. She for She: Women in Business Forum falls in line with last year’s initiative created and lead by… Read more »

Consult A Lawyer If You Were Unfairly Targeted for Driving Under Influence of Alcohol

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What is DUI? DUI is driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs such as recreational drugs, or those prescribed by physicians to a level that renders the driver incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely. Traffic accidents are mostly caused by driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. There are many prevention campaigns that use advertising to… Read more »

How Do You Know If Your Child Is A Victim of Cyberbullying? [Infographic]

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The Dangers of Technology It’s hard to be a parent these days. In today’s world where technology takes up so much space in our lives, it has also shown us many dangers that are our kids are being exposed to. While our kids use the internet primarily for games and entertainment, online predators are lurking in every corner, waiting for… Read more »

Live Life The Best Way Possible, by Doc Pao Belosillo

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Doc Pao Belosillo

We usually take this time of the year to pause and take stock of what we’ve done the past year. Did we achieve the goals we set at the start of the year? What about you, do you think you’ve done something  worthwhile? Do you ever think about leaving a legacy? Everyone lives. Everyone dies. However, not everyone leaves a legacy… Read more »

Project Jeremiah: An Afternoon with the Girls of the Jeremiah Foundation

Project Jeremiah

The single-story house stands in a corner lot in one of the big subdivisions in Pasig City. From afar, it looks like an ordinary home of an average Filipino family. Up close, you see the sign outside hanging on its gate. The signage shows the partnerships of the non-government organization (NGO) occupying the place, the Jeremiah 33 Foundation, a shelter that… Read more »

Social Enterprise Bill Aims To Empower the Poor

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As the world hails the International Day of Poverty Eradication and the recent adoption of 17 new global goals during the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Summit in New York City, social enterprises call to the Philippine government to put poverty at zero rates by fast-tracking the passage of the Poverty Reduction through Social Entrepreneurship (PRESENT) Bill. The Sustainable Development… Read more »