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Fetalvero: Spelling it out
AN INTERNATIONAL survey revealed that Filipino students lag behind in Math, Science and Reading, second from the bottom among more than 300 countries’ students that were part of the survey. It was our Department of Education (DepEd) that requested for ...
From 75 days ago
Fetalvero: The essence of sports
I HOPE athletes are not getting waylaid by issues outside the perimeters of the sports they have trained for. Keep your eyes on the ball, so to speak. Win medals for the country you represent.To get our athletes back in ...
From 89 days ago
Fetalvero: Heartbreaking numbers
OUR government agencies are quick to give statistics on the poverty threshold and involuntary hunger in the country. Twenty one percent of Filipinos live under the poverty line. There are 2.3 million Filipinos who experience involuntary hunger. Studies revealed a ...
From 96 days ago
Fetalvero: Combined efforts
NO AMOUNT of effort in flood control and sewerage management will be effective if we continue to trash our country. Even if we install a thousand pumping stations, our streets will still be flooded because of clogged drainage. When will ...
From 103 days ago
Fetalvero: Ready Leni
SOCIAL media presents all kinds of challenges: Some serious, others quite ridiculous. Our president recently posed a challenge which initially was taken by Filipinos as one of the president’s jokes. Vice president Leni Robredo, the anti-drug czar? The offer came ...
From 110 days ago
Fetalvero: Drugs, drugs, more drugs
WE ARE deluged with all kinds of crisis: water supply, traffic congestion, Asian Swine Flu, and I will add, the war on drugs.I will qualify as to why I included our government’s fight against illegal drugs.When law enforcers, who are ...
From 117 days ago
Fetalvero: Let’s talk about sex
“MORE than a quarter of the world’s population is between the ages of 10 and 24, with 86 percent living in less developed countries. The reproductive and sexual health decisions they make today will affect the health and well-being of ...
From 124 days ago
Fetalvero: Do families even pray together these days?
THE World Bank just declared the Philippines as a lower middle income economy. I blame our economic standing on the culture of corruption. Is this the legacy we want to leave our children who will be the future leaders of ...
From 131 days ago
Fetalvero: Traffic is a problem
MOTORISTS and commuters already bear the brunt of traffic congestion even if our situation has not yet reached critical level. Should we wait for the inevitable before our city and municipal planners do something about traffic?On weekdays, if you traverse ...
From 138 days ago
Fetalvero: Today’s ‘Game of Generals’
THE Senate hearing, spearheaded by Sen. Richard Gordon of the Blue Ribbon Committee on Justice investigating the alleged recycling of recovered illegal drugs by policemen tagged as “ninja cops,” reminds me of a board game I used to play with ...
From 145 days ago