Young entrepreneur Raya Buensuceso's bike fundraiser has managed to procure and donate 73 mountain bikes to female frontliners who struggle at work due to the lack of public transportation amid the ongoing pandemic.
Young Filipino agripreneurs are exporting 'okra' or ladyfingers to Japan to sustain agricultural-business and to support the livelihood of Tarlac farmers who are greatly affected by the fluctuation of 'palay' price.
The Philippines has obtained the 'Safe Travels' stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), granting approval of the country as a trusted global destination that follows strict health and hygiene protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new educational program Mind S-Cool TV is going live this August to address the need for resources in the "new normal" of schooling.
The first All-Filipino online bookfair "AKLATAN" is going live mid-August for book lovers!
SM Development Corporation's (SMDC) Good Guys program is helping frontliners, elderly, PWDs with their daily needs during the COVID 19 pandemic that has limited movement outside of residences.
The Dine To Unite online platform is helping Filipino restaurants fight the COVID 19 pandemic's impact on business.
One hundred contractual employees in Pasig City, Metro Manila, have been regularized by Mayor Vico Sotto amid the pandemic that caused the loss of jobs for many Filipinos.
The Philippines has secured A- credit rating from Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR Agency), an upgrade from the previous BBB+ after citing the country’s resilience.
The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) worked with nine of its remittance partners so that remittance fees could be waived for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who send money to their families in the Philippines.
The University of the Philippines has approved appeals to give "pass" marks to students in more than 60 departments and colleges across the UP System.
The Hackbang Hackathon to create solutions to challenges for Mindanao in the transition to the "new normal" is being set up over 4 days of June 2020.