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Dealing with the reality

Dealing with the reality

    IN serving the purpose of R.A. No. 11166 or the HIV/AIDS Policy Act of 2018, we can do a lot more that are ei­ther directed or not directed by the said law. Recognizing that HIV/AIDS is a serious problem in our country, we can be part of the solution by doing preventive measures. […]

Dealing with the reality

    THE worsening Acquired Im­munodeficiency Virus Infec­tion and Acquired Immune De­ficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) problem in our country is real. According to the Department of Health (DoH), there were more than 11 thousand new HIV/AIDS cases in our country in 2017. Given the social media phe­nomenon and its negative effect of becoming a platform that […]

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Motorcycle safety

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Motorcycle safety

    SENATE Bill No. 1822 – a pro­posal for the establishment of mandatory motorcycle safety training program and the provision of related penalties – is one fine example of responsive legislation. The proposal is authored by Sena­tor Joseph Victor G. Ejercito. The increase in the number of motorcycles through the country is evident. As […]

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Public service

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Public service

    DESPITE claims of the Na­tional Food Authority (NFA) that is has enough supply of rice, many consumers still can­not buy the 27 peso-per-kilo rice particularly in Metro Manila. Media reports confirm the undeniable shortage of NFA rice supply in Metro Manila as autho­rized retailers reported that the regular supply volume from NFA has […]

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Serving the purpose

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Serving the purpose

    THE Duterte Administration wants to revive the man­datory Reserve Officers’ Train­ing Corps (ROTC) program and have the same implemented as part of the senior high school curriculum. President Rodrigo Duterte recently cited the need for ROTC to “instill patriotism, love of country among our youth.” This is obviously because ROTC is valuable when […]

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Be drug-free

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Be drug-free

    THE war against illegal drugs is not a war that the gov­ernment needs to fight alone. With what one is up against in this very war and the short and long-term repercussion of losing in the same, the drug war in the Philippines should be fought by all Filipinos at all levels and […]

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