By Rebelander Basilan
TERESITA Castro flew to Dubai in March 2013 to work as a domestic helper, but a road accident left her paralyzed less than a month later.
For almost two years, the 43-year-old Asturias, Cebu native stayed in a hospital under the care of Filipino nurses, unable to talk and walk.
She was flown back to Cebu yesterday with the help of a group of professionals from Asturias who are working in the Philippines and abroad. (MORE)
GILUTONGAN Elementary School has enough classrooms, but its pupils and teachers would sometimes hold their classes outside, under the shade of a tree. They have computers, but the children rarely get their hands on them. The problem: lack of electricity. The arrival of more than a dozen solar panels and its official turnover to school
THE Oh My Gulay! – Tanim sa Kinabukasan has signed a memorandum of agreement at the Department of Education in Pasig City on Wednesday, September 24, to formalize the program’s third year anniversary. The program aims to solve malnutrition among public school children in the Philippines through a nationwide school gardening program by teaching kids