Public Service

Recto's adieu to 'public servants for all seasons'

Farewell Address of NEDA Director General & Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ralph G. Recto, August 14, 2009

Studious kid needs PDA ligation

With his ailing heart, six-year old AJ Caraig could only cry as he seeks help for much needed treatment. An outstanding student in his class, AJ needs our help to continue his studies and restore his health.

Urgent help needed for seven-month old baby with lump on head

Even before birth, doctors had noted a mass on the head of baby Sophia Marquez.

Now, at seven months old, she has yet to go through any treatment with her family still finding means to provide medication for the growing lump on her  head.

Four-year old boy needs open heart surgery

At four years old, Jericho Aldojesa is weak and sickly because of a congenital heart disease. Coming from an impoverished family, Jericho has yet to be given sufficient medical treatment for his condition.

Baby girl needs urgent shunt operation

Born premature, baby Ashley Corpuz needs all our help to go through an operation for her worsening hydrocephalus and growing lump on the nose.

New UPAA directors inducted

University of the Philippines President Emerlinda R. Roman recently inducted the newly elected UP Alumni Association (UPAA) Board of Directors

US Embassy closed on Aug. 5

MANILA - The United States Embassy said it will be closed on Wednesday after the Philippine government declared it as a special non-working holiday to give Filipino people the chance to honor former President Corazon “Cory” Aquino who passed away Saturday.

Journalist dies from car crash injuries

MANILA - Journalist Ariel N. Digma died Monday night of injuries from a car crash. He was 36.

Water service interruptions in Taguig, Makati announced

 Manila Water will undertake service improvement projects which will cause temporary water supply interruption in the following portions of Taguig and Makati City.

Former AP Manila bureau reporter dies

MANILA - Former Associated Press (AP) reporter Claro Cortes III died early Sunday from complications following a stroke. He was 49.