Reconstruction of civil docs project in E. Visayas continues

Six months after  Typhoon Yolanda,  some 44,427 survivors  now have their vital civil documents re-established through the free Mobile Civil Registration project launched last month by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in partnership with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Initiatives for Dialogues and Empowerment through Alternative Legal Services, Inc. (IDEALS), continue reading : Reconstruction of civil docs project in E. Visayas continues

Parent-leader shows leadership beyond Pantawid Pamilya

Dulag, Leyte –  Nearly six months after Typhoon Yolanda, Girlie Aguilar, is proud that her family has moved on through their determination and unity. She recalled how they, as one family, helped each other in repairing their partially damaged house using available branches and scrap galvanized iron sheets scattered around their village. “Nagtulung-tulong na laming continue reading : Parent-leader shows leadership beyond Pantawid Pamilya

Parent-leader shows leadership beyond Pantawid Pamilya

Dulag, Leyte –  Nearly six months after Typhoon Yolanda, Girlie Aguilar, is proud that her family has moved on through their determination and unity. She recalled how they, as one family, helped each other in repairing their partially damaged house using available branches and scrap galvanized iron sheets scattered around their village. “Nagtulung-tulong na laming continue reading : Parent-leader shows leadership beyond Pantawid Pamilya

Casulongan is Moving Forward

“Casulongan” is a name of a barangay, but the townsfolk anticipated that “sulong” is its root word, meaning to move forward. It simply defines the behavior of the community after they experienced the outrage of Super Typhoon Yolanda. Barangay Casulongan is located in the interior part of Javier, Leyte which is 2.5 kilometer from the continue reading : Casulongan is Moving Forward