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Malacanang should prioritize P4-B water facility instead of the P48-B seawall in Leyte – Cong. Martin Romualdez


        SENATORIAL candidate and Leyte (1st Dist.) Rep. Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez stressed the need for the government to provide potable water to

Yolanda survivors, who continue to be deprived of the basic necessity. 293 more words

Natural Disaster

Romualdez wants his proposed DDPEM patterned after US Federal Management Agency (FEMA)


       SENATORIAL aspirant and Leyte (1st Dist.) Rep. Ferdinand Martin “FM” Romualdez today stressed the need for separate department for managing disasters and calamities similar to the Federal Management Agency (FEMA) in the United States. 503 more words


Excellent Journalism in the Digital Age: PPI Holds Civic Journalism Seminar and Scholastic Press Forum in Tacloban City

DWINDLING circulation, ever-increasing competition for ads, readers going online for news and information—how can community media survive in today’s highly competitive market? Or has news coverage on disasters significantly changed after typhoon Yolanda? 382 more words


Tacloban City

When Super Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines on November 8, 2013, it pounded the island of Leyte with winds near 315 kilometers (195 miles) per hour and a tremendous storm surge. 1,704 more words


LEYT[S]E PLAN: The four-day Leyte Province Adventure Part 3 (Rafael's Farm and Tacloban City)

Missed part 1 and part 2 of our Leyte Adventure? Well here’s a VIDEO to sum it all up!

Anyway, now on to the last and final part of the LEYTSE PLAN. 1,128 more words


When the Travel Bug bites and you are actually in mandatory hiatus.

As of the moment, I’m in a mandatory travel hiatus because of health reasons. But no, not really.

(random shots from my surf trip in Baler, Aurora and my business trip in Tacloban City )

In Focus: The DWU High School Class of 1966

With apologies to Kurt Vonnegut,Jr., you go out into the world, and it’s high school all over again: class officers and all. And for all the time that you are out, there’s this longing to meet up, to relive the banter of those years with your second family–yes, family, as in home! 322 more words