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Domoguen: A school for nobodies
MOST of us want to become somebody.Early in grade school and on into our adult years, we get the message. Be somebody. Soon it becomes our experience of reality. You are the sun and the universe revolves around you.You are ...
From 445 days ago
Domoguen: The Cordillera and the water crises that lie ahead
(Conclusion of a two-series article)IF THE news headlines since late October, this year, were an indication of the water crises ahead of us, let us heed the warning and start doing something.The headlines describing this looming crisis also showed the ...
From 452 days ago
Domoguen: The Cordillera and the water crisis that lie ahead
First of a two-series articleTHE European Greens or European Green Party reported an interesting story on their website that got me thinking about the water crisis humanity today is experiencing today.In my view, the crises have been worsening all throughout ...
From 459 days ago
Domoguen: ‘So dawn goes down today. Nothing gold can stay’
LET me start this story by sharing an inscription written on a tomb in the crypts of Westminster Abbey in London, England.“When I was young and free and my imagination had no limits, I dreamed of changing the world. As ...
From 466 days ago
Domoguen: Cords matters, the falling prices of chayote, and donations to earthquake victims in Mindanao
WE WERE gathered in a meeting last Saturday, November 10, to process some generated information by the support group to the Cabinet Officer for Regional Development and Security (Cords) for the Cordillera.The activity is part of the group's ongoing effort ...
From 473 days ago
Domoguen: What to do with ASF in the Cordillera
(Conclusion of a two-part series article)OUR first article asked stakeholders, what would they do if an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) occurs in their localities?In any situation such as this, the first thing to do is to have enough ...
From 480 days ago
Domoguen: What to do with African Swine Fever in Cordillera
(First of two parts)SHOULD an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) occur in any locale of the Cordillera, what should stakeholders do?In protecting local hog production, more local government units (LGUs) in the country have been issuing Executive Orders that ...
From 487 days ago
Domoguen: The cloud forest and our living mountains
AT THE border between Mountain Province and Ilocos Sur, I stood on a mountain and watched another mountain opposite it that was all black.That was more than a decade ago, on a hot summer day. All these years, I continue ...
From 494 days ago
Domoguen: Feeding the nation through science-based food production
OVER the past decades, government and agricultural industry leaders around the world have searched and looked to science to help feed a growing population.Estimate from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) indicates that more than one billion people go to ...
From 501 days ago
Domoguen: A second Look at 'traditional farming' in the Cordilleras
ANYTIME, I would relish eating a dish of pinikpikan.In the Cordillera highlands, pinikpikan refers to the act of beating the life out of a chicken with a stick. As the fowl slowly dies, its blood is not drained but curdled ...
From 508 days ago