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'An important issue, though less discussed in online debates, is the anti-terror bill’s implication on people’s access to humanitarian support'
'The good thing is Filipinos are resilient. We learn from every mistake, we convert threats to opportunities, and we are able to still give when we ourselves have outstanding needs. Those are our traits.'
In a world that is not equal and is increasingly challenged by conflict, humanitarian workers face death defying missions and the highest levels of risks and threats to fight the battles that people cannot fight on their own
According to government data there have been 78 466 families or 359 680 persons displaced as of August 18 due to the ongoing siege in Marawi City
MovePH editor Voltaire Tupaz and multimedia producer Adrian Portugal take you to the front lines of the Marawi humanitarian crisis in this 360 degree video
I want to help the victims because I was also a victim says MSU Marawi student Edward Borres who fled his city with fellow students two days after the clashes began
A young Maranao student volunteer in an evacuation center in Iligan City builds a bridge of solidarity between Muslim and Christian evacuees and responders
While young humanitarian workers have different reasons for joining NGOs they are all united by their common goal: change
During the 4 hour rampage by South Sudanese troops at the Hotel Terrain in July Giano Libot along with other international humanitarian workers witnessed a colleague killed by the soldiers
As one of the biggest recipients of humanitarian aid during disasters the Philippines acknowledges its crucial role in the summit and pushes for localized response
I ve been deployed to several emergency responses including typhoon Haiyan Doing the work now in my own province should not be any different But I’m wrong It’s harder
Nay Belen is a fine example of someone empowered to serve others
A young humanitarian worker pays tribute to her colleagues on World Humanitarian Day
On Tuesday August 19 the world will observe the Humanitarian Day to celebrate the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the world
The UN OCHA says some agencies are overstretched due to two other humanitarian crises in the Philippines