Category Archives: government

Fill Out Your 2020 US Census Form

Filipinos in the US encouraged to fill out their 2020 US Census Form. Be counted https://bit.ly/2XoM8Uz Continue reading

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Covid-19 Take Heavy Toll on Filipino Health Care Workers

Covid-19 take a heavy toll among Filipino health care workers https://bit.ly/35PEWDK Continue reading

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Free Film Showing November 4 in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” The Unfinished Business of Toxic Contamination Left Behind

Bayanihan Foundation co-sponsors free film screening on November 4, 2018, 12 PM in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” about the unfinished business of toxic wastes left behind in Clark and Subic, former US bases in the Philippines Continue reading

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Philippine President Duterte Optimistic Development Plans

Philippine President Duterte continues his popularity in the Philippines. He presents the most optimistic development plan that aim for the long-term, beyond the usual encouraging overseas Filipino workers to travel abroad and send remittances. It remains to be seen if his plans will work and keep up the momentum. Continue reading

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Filipinos in US, Around The World Get Set to Vote in Philippine Polls

Thousands of Filipino citizens in the US and around the world are eager to cast their vote in the one of the closest Philippine presidential elections in recent history. Polls are open until May 9, 2016. Continue reading

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Partnership To Build 40 homes for the Indigent in Dingle, Iloilo

The Bayanihan Foundation partners with the Municipality of Dingle, Iloilo and the PFK Family Foundation in building 40 homes for the indigent in Dingle, Iloilo Continue reading

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