"Brighten Up", a Chinese-funded project, has brought light to the people of Baliwet, Zambales. The State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) during the celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival, has donated an electricity supply for the town.
The nutritional status of the Filipino children is buried in dusty academic journal articles that policymakers may not be aware of. It's about time to bring out the issues on nutrition into the policy table.
Political and economic reform are badly needed for the country to finally achieve the economic takeoff it has longed for. The prospects are bright now but there is still a lot of work to be done.
The last three years of President Rodrigo R. Duterte won’t be a walk in the park. He will have to stay the course and would need seasoned hands to help him get the ship across and ready for the next able hands.
Now that President Rodrigo Duterte is on the second half of his six-year term of office, he should utilize the opportunity of having favorable numbers in Congress to fulfill his programs and policies.
Technocrats often do not know the daily constraints of ordinary people. It is time we looked at representation in a more inclusive light. True representativeness is the essence of democracy.
According to Senator Win Gatchalian, the state must recognize the right of energy consumers to reasonable rates, adequate and reliable services, and transparent processes involving these rates and services.
A few days left before the adjournment of the 17th Congress, the battle at the top begins as it could be the sign of possible alignments come the Presidential Elections in 2022. The battle at the top is also a symbolism of the weak political party system in the Philippines.
Developing new regional hubs also means creating jobs, earnings, and wealth for the locals that will urge for economic growth.
The youth continues to be the hope of the motherland. But in order to be capable in representing a youth party-list, they should have decency and ability to lead and inspire the sector.
Different strategies and issues have been brought up during the 2019 Midterm Elections. One of the Opposition's strategy is blaming the administration on the water crisis.
Masses are seemingly doing a better job than the "educated class" in choosing the right path for the country.