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“But P-Noy must convince organized labor and the rich social elite that control local capital to join him in a concerted drive to create those jobs. Speeches on Labor Day … Continue reading
Poverty incidence in the country practically remained unchanged with almost three out of 10 FIlipinos living below the poverty line in the first half of 2012, the National Statistical Coordinating … Continue reading
In 2012, The Philippines led the entire world in terms of deaths by natural disaster. What can done to improve disaster preparedness, rescue operations, and survivorship in the country?
“It’s the best time to be a Filipino because so many young people are passionate about the country…” – Delfin Villafuerte, 2013 Valedictorian, Ateneo de Manila University Ateneo Valedictorian Opts … Continue reading
The City University of New York’s (CUNY) Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (CPCS) published a report on Corporate Philanthropy in Asia. This is another look at the case of … Continue reading
A report published in May 2007 by the Ayala Foundation discusses the scope and breadth of philanthropic giving to the Philippines by Filipinos residing in the Philippines and those abroad, … Continue reading
In this article, featuring four ultra-wealthy individuals from the Philippines, Forbes recognizes how the philanthropic endeavors of these business people — Henry Sy (retail mogul), Manuel Pangilinan (telecommunications tycoon), Alfonso … Continue reading