Studying under extraordinary conditions is possible, but requires a shift from what is familiar.
Social enterprise enables Filipinos to build peace with coffee
Davao-based Coffee For Peace nurtures grassroots coffee ‘farmerpreneurs’ to produce high-quality coffee beans and promote peace building
Nowhere Else But Tagum
An incoming Grade 7 in Davao shares why her heart will always belong to Tagum City.
No Monkey Business: Banana Farmers to Corporate Giant Lapanday
Like food for the gods, the Cavendish bananas of Tagum City, Davao Del Norte are spotless. Sealed with stickers to mark their perfection, they are being shipped to countries in the Asia Pacific contributing billions to the domestic economy. But what many don’t know, these bananas were grown on a soil soaked with sweat and…
When the Farmers Are Starving
They are farmers, making up more than 75% of the country’s 100 million population. But there they were, begging the government for rice that they have worked so hard for.
The Policies of the Presidentiables
Here is a summary of the major policy points mentioned by the candidates during the second and third legs of the Presidential Debates held in Cebu and Pangasinan respectively. The candidates are listed below according to the alphabetical order of their surnames. Because Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago was absent during the Cebu Debate, we included her positions…
Less Is More: The True Value of Vote-Poor Places Like Batanes
In a faraway province in the northernmost parts of the Philippines, Ryan Cardona is excited for the month of May. The clear blue skies, pristine waters of the Pacific, and the warm winds from the ocean during this month are all good signs for his business. Ryan works as a tourism officer in Batanes, ushering…
Mt. Pulag: A Guide for Hikers and Broken Hearts
I climbed Mount Pulag in Benguet to make a decision. I was heartbroken. Like ice cold water running down my spine, the news struck me. The person I love will reject me. It was third hand information but the warning came from a friend. My heart skipped a beat. I was working in the newsroom…
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