As we witness the excruciatingly slow and inefficient governance of this administration, more lives are on the line – not only due to the dreaded disease but also due to hunger and desperation.
Month: March 2020
Most of the breadwinners in their village earn a living either as construction workers or market vendors.
“The government’s inaction on our plight is unacceptable. But still, we are committed to continue serving our people wholeheartedly with the highest degree of responsibility and efficiency.”
An original composition of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
“It has happened in Cebu and in General Santos City — it won’t be long before arresting critics for online posts becomes a national policy that could throw us back to the dark days of Marcosian martial rule.”
The CPP Central Committee directed the NPA to mark its anniversary “by reaffirming its pledge to serve the people by mobilizing its forces, together with the revolutionary mass organizations, in a public health campaign to prevent the spread of Covid-19.”
The Cuban health system wouldn’t have been a global model if not for its radical roots — the struggle of its people for their access to basic social services such as health care, and the continuing solidarity across other countries.
Multibillion-dollar global agricultural industries are behind the pandemic-producing factory farms.
By DEE AYROSO
Sa pagsiklab ng pandemic, ang kawalan ng kakanyahan ng mga pamahalaang umasa sa pribatisasyon ang nagdala sa paglala ng krisis ng kalusugang pambayan.
“We should have physical distancing, but let us not forget that we should have social connectiveness, because we need to connect with others in order to sustain our sanity especially at this time when we are experiencing the insensitivity of the government in terms of the needs of the people.”