Author Archives: LORIE ANN A. CASCARO

1 year ago

FREE

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FREE

Displaced due to the fighting in Marawi City, evacuees queue to get free medicines at the Saguiaran Rural Health Unit, Lanao del Sur on Thursday, October 19. Their common health complaints included skin disease among children due to sanitation issues and upper respiratory tract infection brought by humid atmosphere at the evacuation centers there. (Lorie Ann A. Cascaro / davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

EXTENDED

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EXTENDED

Despite the President’s declaration of Marawi’s liberation, evacuees at Saguiaran, Lanao del Sur, continue to live at evacuation centers while some of them suffer from diseases, especially their children. The Saguiaran Rural Health Unit turned into an emergency hospital that operates 24/7. (Lorie Ann A. Cascaro / davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

MEANS TO SURVIVE

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MEANS TO SURVIVE

Displaced Marawi City residents at the covered court of Saguiaran town in Lanao del Sur on Wednesday, October 18 sell various goods to earn cash and buy their children’s milk and diapers. (Lorie Ann A. Cascaro/davaotoday.com)

1 year ago

Indigenous children from Mindanao want to stop Martial Law

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Indigenous children from Mindanao want to stop Martial Law

Hours before President Duterte arrived at the House of the Representatives on a white helicopter on Monday to deliver his second State of the Nation Address (SONA), children from the hinterlands in Mindanao, Southern Philippines, dressed in their tribal clothes, ​called on government ​to stop Martial Law at a nationwide protest.