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Voter’s Remorse

I gave away my trusted 3-pin Anker cable a few months ago. With a pin for a USB-A, lightning and USB-C, it was the perfect all-in-one charging cable.  So, I

Better disaster mitigation should not be far behind

We have long known that the Philippines is geographically calamity-prone. As our islands straddle the typhoon belt, an area in the western Pacific Ocean where a third of the world’s

The rise of community changemakers

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect millions of lives and livelihoods around the world. Just as we were seeing steady vaccination and recovery rates, as well as a resurgence

Banking on Art

With the recent surge in confirmed Covid-19 cases, the discovery of two new variants, and the reimposition of stricter lockdowns, it’s become apparent that life as we know it has

Ilocos Politics

Writing political pieces is not really my cup of tea. But i am filing this feed because it deserves national attention. A daughter of the Fariñas family stands in the

MSMEs’ road to recovery

The last few months have seen both the public and private sectors accelerating Covid-19 vaccination drives across the country, and although a sense of optimism temporarily enveloped the country, the