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Rian Igos
Rian Igos Campaign leader

Our deepest sympathies to the Ocenar family. How heartbreaking. Wake up call: Do you know that as ultra-rich severely corrupt local…Read More

No kid survives Tacloban tent fire

In Tacloban City, more than 3,700 Yolanda survivors remain exposed to similar hazards by living in tents TENT TRAGEDY. John Mark Ocenar (left), 7, is treated in a hospital before he dies due to cardiac arrest, says Tacloban Mayor Alfred Romualdez. Photo courtesy of Tacloban City government MANILA, Philippines – John Mark Ocenar, 7, hung on…Read More
Rian Igos
Rian Igos Campaign leader

An instance when local officials can defy the national government... "On the other hand, the COA said 10 local government units (LGUs) had…Read More

COA to Opapp: Where did P1.14B go?

MANILA, Philippines–The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (Opapp) and its partner agencies have failed to account for more than P1.14 billion in public funds they spent for the Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan (Pamana) program, a major component of the government’s anti-insurgency campaign. In its review of the agency’s…Read More
Rian Igos
Rian Igos Campaign leader

Preventing acts of severe corruption is a challenge that can't take a backseat in the healing and rehab of Central Philippines. And in…Read More

Save1Life - You Stop A Corrupt Act NOW

First, we believe lasting success can't be through some knockouts. So we believe are the best methods in drastically curbing severe corruption in the Philippines to ensure lasting success and that substantial benefits reach the millions of the poor families. But winning in broad fronts. Even slowly perhaps, but consistently. Before we go to the…Read More
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