by Mirzi Angela Encelan Knives are useful in the kitchen. However, there are knife-like fishes in our lakes which are more harmful than helpful. Knife fish, specifically the carnivorous Clown Knife Fish (Chitala ornata), is currently abundant in the country’s biggest lake, … Continue reading →
by Colyn Brizuela The bags that you can use for life and at the same time help other people’s lives – these are the bags made by a group of women who turned old newspapers, magazines, and scratch papers into … Continue reading →
by Marisha Beloro “Nalungkot yung asawa ko dahil alam niyang wala na kaming ikabubuhay.” Recalled Nestor Ropelo, commonly known as Bong, a 47 years old Barangay Tuntungin-Putho resident as he shared his family’s initial reaction when he decided to finally … Continue reading →
by Cesar Ilao III Despite the strong winds and light rain, 33-year old Crisanto Ramos is patiently weaving a large black fishnet on the shores of Laguna lake in the town of Bay. He ignores the inconveniences brought by the … Continue reading →
Barangay Anos launched its “Suntok Lamok!: Anti-Dengue and Anti-Zika Drive” last August 27within the school premises of B.N. Calara Elementary School and Los Banos National High School – Annex. This is part of the efforts for Dengue Awareness.
Pregnant and lactating women of Barangay Pansol, Calamba City started their 120-day feeding program on August 1, as part of the 2016 Nutrition Month Celebration last July.
For the 38 mothers who joined the feeding activity, Brgy. Pansol allocated 30 pesos each for 120 days. This budget came from the barangay’s budget and from Non-Government Organization’s (NGO) donations.