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Johnny and Juanita Paz, a couple, carry the deeply rooted Filipino tradition of respect for older people. So, they decided to take care of not one but two sick elderly, both parents of Juanita, in a small house in Datu Abdullah Sangki, Maguindanao.
Johnny and Juanita Paz, a couple, carry the deeply rooted Filipino tradition of respect for older people. So, they decided to take care of not one but two sick elderly, both parents of Juanita, in a small house in Datu Abdullah Sangki, Maguindanao.
Under the scorching heat, a lady holding a megaphone with a loudspeaker beside her goes around Datu Abdullah Sangki (DAS), Maguindanao in a tricycle. The lady informs the residents of the importance of face masks, face shields, proper handwashing, and social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. She also plays the rekorida, a mobile live public announcement platform, about COVID-19 safety protocols and shared unpaid care and domestic work around their community.
Under the scorching heat, a lady holding a megaphone with a loudspeaker beside her goes around Datu Abdullah Sangki (DAS), Maguindanao in a tricycle. The lady informs the residents of the importance of face masks, face shields, proper handwashing, and social distancing to prevent the spread of...
Sarah Dilangalen, Women’s Federation President of Datu Abdullah Sangki, Maguindanao supervises two women on sewing Inaul face masks. (Photo: Princess Taroza/Oxfam)
Sarah, 61, discovered her interest in sewing at the age of nine with the inspiration and guidance of her skilled dressmaker mother. In a family of eight in Datu Abdullah Sangki (DAS), Maguindanao, Sarah and her mother are the only ones who love tailoring.
Like the rest of Bicol region, Camarines Sur suffered extensive damage when Typhoon Rolly (international name: Goni) barreled across the Philippines November last year. The typhoon came at the worst possible time - rice harvest season.
Teachers from different schools in Samar province fill out evaluation sheets during a training program on sexual, reproductive health, and rights’ (SRHR) that was conducted by Oxfam Philippines and the Family Planning Organization in the Philippines (FPOP) in Calbayog City in April. (Photo: Mark Saludes/Oxfam)
Teenage is the common age to become a parent in a poor village in Sta. Margarita Town in Samar province where teaches.