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Promotions of Human Rights..........

PROMOTIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Promote Human Rights......

PROMOTIONS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE

Promotions of Human Rights Based Governance.......

Promotions of Right to Standardization of Living - BAYANIHAN

Promotions of Right to Standardization of Living.....

Promotion of Standard Living - ELITE UPPER CLASS HOUSE IN PHILIPPINES SOCIETY

Elite or Upper Class in Philippine Society.....PHILIPPINE CLASSES OF SOCIETY

Promotion of Standard Living - THIRD CLASS HOUSE IN PHILIPPINE SOCIETY

Promotions of Standard Living......Third Class of Society Poor Filipinos, Poverty Line.....

Promotion of Standard Living - THIRD CLASS HOUSE PHILIPPINE SOCIETY

Promotions of Standard Living......Third Class of Society... Poor Filipinos, Poverty Line.....

Promotion of Standard Living - STANDARD HOUSING FOR THE PHILIPPINES

Promotions of Standard Living......Middle Class of Society.....STANDARD LIVING FOR FILIPINOS AND EVERYONE IN THE WORLD......TOWNHOMES AND SUBDIVISION HOME STYLES OF HOUSING PROJECTS....

Promotion of Standard Living - STANDARD HOUSING FOR THE PHILIPPINES SOCIETY

Promotions of Standard Living......Middle Class of Society.....STANDARD LIVING FOR FILIPINOS AND EVERYONE IN THE WORLD......TENEMENTS HOME STYLES OF HOUSING PROJECTS....

Promotion of Standard Living - STANDARD HOUSE FOR THE PHILIPPINE SOCIETY

Promotions of Standard Living......Middle Class of Society.....STANDARD LIVING FOR FILIPINOS AND EVERYONE IN THE WORLD......TYPICAL STANDARD STYLES OF HOUSING PROJECTS FOR PHILLIPINE BUILT....

Promotion of Standard Living - EMPLOYMENTS AND STANDARD WAGES

Promotions of Right to Standardardization of Living.........

Promotion of Standard Living - EMPLOYMENTS AND STANDARD WAGES

Promotions of Right to Standardardization of Living.........

Promotion of Standard Living - EMPLOYMENTS AND STANDARD WAGES AND LIVELIHOOD

Promotions of Right to Standardardization of Living.........

Promotion of Standard Living - EMPLOYMENTS AND STANDARD WAGES AND LIVELIHOOD

Promotions of Right to Standardardization of Living.........

Promotion of Standard Living - EMPLOYMENTS AND STANDARD WAGES AND LIVELIHOOD

Promotions of Right to Standardardization of Living.........

Promotion of NATIONAL INDUSTRIALIZATIONS

PROMOTIONS NATIONAL INDUSTRIALIZATIONS FOR UPLIFTING PHILIPPINE ECONOMY.........

Promotion of Agricultural Developments and Land Reform Programs

PROMOTIONS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS FOR UPLIFTING PHILIPPINE ECONOMY.........

PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENTS

PROMOTIONS PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENTS FOR UPLIFTING PHILIPPINE ECONOMY AND LIFE.........

PROMOTIONS OF CHILD RIGHTS

PROMOTIONS CHILD RIGHTS, RIGHT TO FAMILY.........

HUMAN RIGHTS PROMOTIONS

HUMAN RIGHTS PROMOTIONS, UNITE FOR THE PHILIPPINE DEVELOPMENT.........

Friday, November 29, 2013

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Anti-corruption measures vital for relief efforts--IBON



ibon From the Website of IBON Foundations
Links:  http://ibon.org/ibon_articles.php?id=347

Employ local residents in reconstruction projects, contractors told

President Aquino approves Yolanda recovery, rehab plan ‘in principle’ November 28, 2013

Statement: The Presidential Spokesperson on the presentation of Yolanda Recovery and Rehab Plan to the President

Friday, November 22, 2013

HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY PROMOTIONS - Saturday Updates Weekly NOVEMBER 23, 2013




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More foreign aid pour in for ‘Yolanda’ victims

Roxas: Intrigues wont stop Government relief effortNovember 21, 2013





DILG Central News

Roxas: Intrigues wont stop Government relief effort

November 21, 2013


Roughly 275,000 families or 1.4 million individuals in Leyte and Samar provinces will continue to receive relief goods as part of the national government’s “Yolanda” disaster response, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas said Wednesday.
Leyte and Samar provinces are areas with most damaged homes numbering about 26,598. These areas account for almost 94% of the recorded fatalities totaling 3,982 as of the latest report of NDRRMC.
Roxas, vice chairman of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council(NDRRMC), said providing survivors with relief goods remain as the government’s top priority, saying that he will not step down the level of those who continue to sow intrigues to undermine the government’s relief efforts in typhoon-affected areas.
“Kahit na tuloy tuloy ang intriga. Kami dito tuloy tuloy lang ang ginagawang pagtulong,” Roxas said. He earlier belied claims made by the camp of Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez that the he is muscling the official out of city hall. “Kalokohan yun,” he said, even though he expressed dismay over the apparent breakdown of LGUs because of the devastating impact of the supertyphoon.
“Last week, baso-baso. Naging tabo-tabo. Gagawin nating balde-balde hanggang maging drum-drum at maging hose ang buhos ng tulong sa mga kababayan natin. Tuloy tuloy lang ang magiging operasyon natin hanggat kailangan,” Roxas said.
The NDRRMC has divided focus into five clusters as part of the “Yolanda” disaster response. These include peace and order, distribution of food and other relief goods, cadaver recovery and burial; clearing operation and normalization.
Roxas, who has been leading the national government’s “Yolanda” disaster response, said so far, a total of 524,147 family food packs have been distributed by the government, 192,975 liters of water and 58,876 units of high-energy biscuits. Because of the scale of the damage wrought by the supertyphoon, government and private volunteers have to work 24/7 to reach all the affected areas.
A total of 24,770 personnel from government and private corporations, according to Roxas, have been providing the overall relief effort a big boost.
Roxas also underscored the support of local and foreign medical teams that have been working in various parts of Samar and Leyte provinces to provide survivors with medical attention. A total of 88 local and foreign medical teams are providing medical assistance in strategic areas. “We are very thankful for all the humanitarian effort of our neighbors,” he said.
The foreign medical teams are from Belgium, Japan, Germany, Australia, Hungary, Canada, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Korea, South Africa, France, Italy and Israel.
Roxas said assured that relief efforts will continue without delay, noting that delivery of food packs is now faster and more organized with the establishment of “conveyor of food supply”. He said that 1,306 vehicles, 104 seacraft and 163 aircraft and 27,532 units comprising of various equipment are operating in the field to fast track delivery of relief goods, clearing of debris, recovery and identification of cadavers for burial.
Meanwhile, Roxas said that water supply has been restored in most parts of Samar and Leyte and provinces. Likewise, he said that mobile communication lines have been fully restored in the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Guimaras, and Negros Oriental.
In Leyte, the services of the dominant carrier has been restored. He said the government is now stepping up efforts in Eastern Samar to fast track service restoration in the area.


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SWD: More than 1M food packs given to ‘Yolanda’ victims November 22, 2013

NDRRMC Situation Report on the effects of typhoon Yolanda, November 20, 2013 (6:00 a.m.)

Friday, November 15, 2013

HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY PROMOTIONS - Saturday Updates Weekly NOVEMBER 16, 2013



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Philippines: UN humanitarian chief appeals for support for typhoon survivors

Palace says government learning from Yolanda experience November 14, 2013


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Palace says government learning from Yolanda experience November 14, 2013
 
MalacaƱang on Thursday assured the public the government is learning its lessons from addressing the problems brought by super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), so it can improve its disaster management in the future.

Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Herminio “Sonny” Coloma Jr. said the government is not engaging in buck-passing or finger-pointing in this situation.

“Walang kaisipan ang pamahalaan magpasa ng sisi o magturo ng responsibilidad. Dahil nakapulot tayo ng mahalagang aral… magiging mahusay para sa susunod na pagkakataoon (We never engage in buck-passing. And we intend to apply the lessons we learned to improve our disaster management and response mechanism),” Coloma said at a media briefing.

“Kung may pumupuna, tinatanggap natin ang pagpuna, hindi natin tinatanggi na maaring nagkaroon ng pagkukulang. Pero ito ay bunga ng severe constraints, hindi sinasadyang huwag tuunan ng pansin (If there are criticisms, we accept them. We never said we would not be prone to mistakes. But what I can say is that we never intentionally neglected our duties),” he added.

He maintained that while the government had taken steps to prepare for Yolanda, the typhoon was simply “unprecedented” in terms of severity and magnitude.

Coloma added even the first responders, including local government unit officials and their partners, were temporarily immobilized because they themselves were displaced.
“Extraordinary din ang demands ng situation compounded by the breakdown of power and communication facilities (The demands of the situation were also extraordinary, considering the breakdown of power and communication facilities),” he said.

Also, Coloma pointed out the government uses a highly complementary and interdependent structure for disaster management and risk reduction.

Still, he said the government is open to constructive criticism, so it can improve and be more prepared in the future.

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NDRRMC Situation Report on the effects of the typhoon Yolanda, November 15, 2013 (6:00 a.m.)

Saturday, November 9, 2013

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DSWD ensures enough relief for areas to be hit by ‘Yolanda’

Roxas directs LGUs in Bicol, Eastern Visayas and MIMAROPA to activate local DRRMCs, monitoring systemsNovember 6, 2013

NDRRMC Situation Report on the effects of the typhoon Yolanda, November 8, 2013 (6:00 a.m.)

Friday, November 1, 2013

HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY PROMOTIONS - Saturday Updates Weekly NOVEMBER 02, 2013



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The Filipino’s political immaturity

Japan donates relief items for quake victims

Pambansang Pahayag ng Kagalang-galang Benigno S. Aquino III Pangulo ng Pilipinas

From the Website of GPH - Government of the Philippines