ASUS Reduces Digital Divides in Key Cities in the Philippines Through its Long-Term CSR Initiative
Joining hands anew with several of its long-term industry partners, ASUS Philippines leads the way in providing ICT tools and computer literacy programs for the youth
ADP Circle CSR Villa Maria Outreach (Story 3)
ADP Philippines associate Portia Adrao (left) hands over a solar lantern to an Aeta community elder during an outreach program organized by ADP CIRCLE’s Community & Learning Pillars at Villa Maria, a community for indigenous people in Porac, Pampanga. ADP Philippines gave solar lanterns to…
Philam Life: Supporting National Art Treasures
Acclaimed Filipino artists who rose to the status of National Artists are renowned throughout the world for their exquisite pieces of art. Although some of the great visionaries have passed away, many of their artworks survive the test of time and are proudly displayed at the National Museum.
LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2016 starts its second leg in Visayas
LBC RONDA PILIPINAS 2016 officially started on February 20, kicking off in Mindanao with races in Butuan City, Cagayan de Oro City, Dahilayan, and concluded in Malaybalay. The Visayas leg begins in Bago City, Negros Occidental, and proceeds to Iloilo City on March 13, Ilolilo to Roxas City on March 15, and concludes in Roxas City on March 17.
Brother Philippines team up with WWF for a brighter, more sustainable future
Brother International Philippines Corporation, a global leader in innovative home and business technology, recently sealed a partnership with World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines as part of the company’s efforts to realize a sustainable society.
UNICEF Pacific urgently responding to Government appeal and needs of children after worst ever Cyclone Winston in Fiji
Less than 36 hours after Cyclone Winston devastated Fiji, UNICEF Pacific has begun assisting those most affected, in partnership with the Government of Fiji. UNICEF today began to distribute pre-positioned emergency supplies in Fiji, with a focus on distribution to worst-affected communities.
JCI Alabang conducts medical mission in Muntinlupa
Non-profit organization, Junior Chamber International (JCI) Alabang, recently organized a medical mission in Alabang Elementary School in Cupang, Muntinlupa called “UNited4aCause” to help more than 500 people receive medical assistance.
Globe Telecom participates in global move to protect netizens from online fraud, scams
As part of its commitment to enable the shift to a digital nation and empower Filipinos around the world to fully embrace their digital lifestyle, Globe Telecom joins a GSMA-led global initiative to protect users from the growing number of fraudulent activities and scams in the digital space.
Meralco’s Orange Tag Initiative to Educate Customers on Appliances’ Cost to Operate
Meralco and the Department of Energy (DOE) join hands to educate consumers on the cost of operating their appliances on a per hour or per day basis through Meralco’s Orange Tag campaign.
Philippines AirAsia goes #GREEN24
To kick-off the #Green24 campaign, the AirAsia Group replaced their iconic red logo in their social media pages for 24 hours in January 29 into a vibrant green. The airline also released a special invitation video by Group CEO, Tony Fernandes inviting the public to be proactive in protecting the environment and the earth.
PNP partners with LBC for road safety and anti-criminality education
Innovation, in the case of the country’s the Philippines’ market leader in payments, remittance, courier products, mail, parcels, and cargo logistics, can lend itself to a nation’s capacity building.
Starmobile Powers Bilang Pilipino 2016: Innovative Filipino tech brand joins initiative as official device partner
Philippine smart devices manufacturer Starmobile has partnered with Bilang Pilipino 2016, TV5’s data-driven, multi-platform election coverage conducted in partnership with the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT), Social Weather Stations (SWS), Smart Communications Inc., and Voyager Innovations.
The Indigo Project: Reviving the Art of Traditional Dye Weaving
Indigo was once widely favored by the local weaving industry as a traditional way of adding color to fabrics due to its excellent resistance from fading or running. Yet, over the years, this natural dye was pushed to the sidelines by the emergence of cheaper and easier to obtain synthetic dyes which were quick to be embraced by textile manufacturers.
Globe Telecom’s proposed Open Access Law possible as priority in next Congress
CPBRD also requested for details of Globe Telecom’s stand on the reallocation of the 700 megahertz band, the 90 MHz of which is currently underutilized. Globe is advocating for the immediate harmonization and equitable distribution of the 700 MHz of frequency to sufficiently provide for rapidly increasing data traffic amid growing smartphone use in the country.