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A major typhoon hit Mindanao Island in the Philippines last night, and emergency teams went into action, reports Catholic aid agency CAFOD.
To mark this year’s Earth Science Week, international development NGO Christian Aid has launched an interactive documentary which demonstrates the importance of science in helping Filipino slum dwellers.
A new cyber-crime law in the Philippines poses serious risks to freedom of expression and must be reviewed, Amnesty International has said.
Church activists from the Philippines have criticised the Aquino government for not being able to improve the situation regarding human rights violations.
Philippine church leaders have joined efforts aimed at defending their country's territorial integrity and sovereignty, under pressure from China.
World Council of Churches' mission delegates have spent half a day with a community living at a garbage dumpsite on the outskirts of Manila, Philippines.
Philippine-based Maryknoll nuns joined their counterparts in other parts of the world in celebrating their order's centenary this year and focusing on interfaith work.
Some 7,000 clients are being served by Ecumenical Church Loan Fund Philippines, whose seed fund was from Eclof International, a micro-finance NGO.
Despite many divisions and dissensions, Christian communities across the world have observed the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity this January.
In the midst of a governance crisis that threatens to divide the Philippines, churches are marking the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by working for change.
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