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Travel date: 8 – 17 April 2017

When I booked the flight to Tacloban, I expected a quiet, somehow melancholic city. After all, it’s only been less than four years since typhoon Haiyan destroyed it. 734 more words


Week 4 – FundLife International

FundLife International is a sport for development NGO based in Tacloban City using football training sessions to give children in poverty inspiration and hope for the future. 798 more words

Last 6th in September 2017, was my appointment schedule for passport application.
Since It was my first time in Ubay Bohol. I convinced my mother to guide me until the port, cause I had no idea of where the port is located. 623 more words


Bringing hazard maps to communities

It’s not often that I get the chance to participate in activities that bring our work to the communities. So when a colleague invited me to help out with their event, I jumped at the opportunity. 272 more words


Budget Travel: Tacloban + Biliran Trip

Have you seen posts online saying travelling Japan for only Php 15,0000 or exploring Korea for 5 days with only Php 20,000? I am one of those people who think those posts are really too good to be true. 1,589 more words


Drone, data and backpack journalism trends

Our paper, Natural Disaster Strategic Communication: Drone, data and backpack journalism trends, has been recently published by PRism Journal and is part of a special issue on strategic communication in the digital age.   210 more words


Strong Aftershock Follows Damaging Quake in Mid-Philippines


JULY 9, 2017, 11:27 P.M. E.D.T.

MANILA, Philippines — The strongest aftershock yet has shaken the central Philippines following last week’s 6.5-magnitude earthquake that damaged a power plant and other buildings. 405 more words