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  • Advocacy,  Standpoint

    Save the Students from Hell

    The recent arrest of the two college students who allegedly tried to market around P1.5 million worth of suspected party drugs and “shabu” is another reason for the government to implement drastic measures to protect the youth. It will be a nightmare for every parent learning that their child became a victim (either being a user or pusher) of illegal drugs. But why wait when we can do something to prevent it? The government has intensified the campaign against illegal drugs since President Rodrigo Duterte assumed the post. Thousands of drug suspects have died and arrested but apparently, drug syndicates are relentless. The wisdom of “prevention is better than cure”…

  • Advocacy,  Standpoint

    A Call and A Challenge To Conserve Water

    While reading this, you might left your faucet open. Kindly, turned it off first. Imagine, if you’re so thirsty but when you tried to get water from the faucet, you just squeezed a drop. Can you cook without water? Can you keep a good personal hygiene without water? In short, can you live without water? If you answered NO, then you must act now. Recent studies showed that the Philippines is facing a water crisis over the next 10 years unless new sources are developed to meet growing demand. “There is a [Japan International Cooperation Agency] study that says that in 2025 if we will not conserve water, there may…

  • Advocacy,  Standpoint

    Participate In A Survey and Win

    For many years now, Filipinos are using the same old features of driver’s license. If it is not lost, it easily faded so you have to acquire a license card even before the renewal date. The current driver’s license has only one purpose – to be use as identification card in government or any transactions. And unfortunately, the license card is so easy to fake. The syndicate, with several cohorts from the Land Transportation Office, has been raking millions of money in selling fake licenses. But why not enhanced it just like how other nations did? How about a driver’s license with many uses or as a national ID? How…

  • Advocacy,  Standpoint

    Honest People As Country’s Poster Boys

    If the Philippines really wants to uplift more of its image and impress the international community to attract more visitors and investors, why not use as its poster boy those honest Filipinos? Recently, a coachman or known as ‘Mamang Kutsero’ chose to returned a pouch that contained at least 4,000 euros (or more than P200,000) to his French passenger than become instantly rich. In a live radio interview, Jaime Mayor, recounted how he saw the poach in his coach when the French tourist about to board another vehicle. When he opened it, he saw the money and immediately chased the tourist. The foreigner hugged and thanked him for his deed.…

  • Advocacy,  Standpoint

    A Call For Proper Pet Care

    Around 9 million households currently own at least one pet at home and the numbers are increasing yearly. The good news are: There’s what you called pet humanization and the flourishing pet-friendly establishments. Also, there’s an increasing appreciation for health & wellness for pets. However, study revealed that 99% of pet owners still feed leftovers or table scraps as it is more economical and avoids wastage. Pet ownership trends Researches noted that more Filipinos are looking for animal companions and there are initiatives from the non-government animal organizations to promote adoption of homeless and non-purebred felines, dogs or rabbits in the country. But due to limited disposable income of most…