What we know so far about the new China virus

  by Helen ROXBURGH Agence France Presse As China locks down the city at the epicentre of a new viral outbreak, countries around the world are scrambling to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. Here’s what we know so far about the illness that has killed 17 people and infected at least 570, mostly in Wuhan: – It’s entirely new – The pathogen appears to be a never-before-seen strain of coronavirus — a family […]

Infographics: June 12 is Independence Day

One of the most significant dates in the Philippine’s history is Independence Day because it marks the nation’s independence from the Spanish rule on June 12, 1898. Filipinos celebrate it annually on June 12. Researc by: Diana Lescano Infographics by: Erdy Peletina / Carlyzar Cruz

Infographics: Philippine Eagle Week

Every June 4-10 of each calendar year, we celebrate the ecological importance and social significance of the Philippine eagle through the Philippine Eagle Week (PEW). Twenty years after Presidential Proclamation No. 79 was signed into law declaring the observance of the PEW, we reflect back on these years of continued collaboration with our fellow champions in Philippine eagle conservation.   DENR’s AIM to strengthen public awareness on the significant role of the Philippine Eagle in […]

Infographics: Registered voters for the May 2019 National and Local Elections

(Eagle News) — It’s six days to go before the May 13, 2019 midterm elections. For the voting public to be better informed, here are some infographics for the coming elections, particularly data on the registered voters expected to turn out for next Monday’s crucial voting. There are 61.8 million registered voters, according to the Commission on Elections (Comelec). Of this number, 51.45 percent are female (31,816,797 voters) while 48.55 percent are male (30,026,953). Below […]

Infographics: Earthquake Preparedness Tips

(Eagle News) — With the recent series of quakes that shook the country, it is better to prepare yourselves and members of your family in the event another strong quake occurs. Because earthquakes can happen while you are outside the home, your children should also know  what to do. It is always good to have a family emergency communication plan. Better to prepare early. -Secure items, such as televisions and objects that hang on walls. […]

What to do during an earthquake

With the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology releasing the detailed map of areas affected by the Western and Eastern Valley Fault System, we can now prepare for the eventuality when an earthquake hits! Be prepared and share the knowledge.

Infographics: Tips to conserve water

(Eagle News) — With the current water shortage being experienced in many parts of Metro Manila and in some areas in Rizal province, people are now more conscious and realize how water is such an important resource. Every living thing needs water to live and grow. About 60% of our body is composed of water. Plants and trees, fruits and vegetables, need water to grow. It is a basic demand of all life.  But during […]