Ferth Vandensteen Manaysay is presently the Regional Director for Asia-Pacific of Green the Gene. His work focuses on media, environmental protection, peace-building, and youth development.
They are looking for young community leaders from Mindanao and Southern Thailand. Applications end March 20, 2016.
This article highlights the initiatives of the Project Noah (Nationwide Operational Assessment Hazards) in advancing the use of cutting edge technologies and recommending innovative information services in government’s disaster prevention and mitigation efforts.
This year’s 20 participants in an East-West Center-administered leadership program for Southeast Asian university students and recent graduates met with President Obama at the White House on June 1, along with 55 other participants in the State Department’s Young Southeast Asian Leader’s Initiative, or YSEALI.
The popularity of the social networking sites has also triggered the significant rise of online child abuse.
The main purpose of the week-long event is to gather the young leaders of ASEAN and ROK to talk about the role of youth in forging the ASEAN-ROK dialogue relations in the areas of economic cooperation, human rights, and peace and security.
For the hearing-impaired students of the special education division of the San Fernando Elementary School, who depend on the sign language and colorful images, "the words become the picture in the language for the eye".
This conference highlights the emergency relief activities in the disaster-hit areas and discussed the future reconstruction activities in the Philippines.
Several farmers and traders in the province expressed apprehension over the upcoming regional economic integration of the Association of Southeast Nations (Asean), which is set to materialize next year.
Youth make up the majority of the population and can play an important role in combating corruption in the Philippines.
A US-based Filipino migrant group is launching an essay contest for high school and college students on the role and importance of overseas Filipinos in the future of the Philippines.
This is the winning entry (college level) in the recently concluded essay contest “The West Philippine Sea and Its Impact on the Future of the Philippines” organised by the US Pinoys For Good Governance with presentation of awards to the winners being staged as part of the Second Global Summit of Filipinos in the Diaspora last February 26.