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It's all about the stories on the ground: the farmer whose incomes double as 24/7 lighting allows him to thresh twice the harvest, the fish trader who plans to invest in cold storage to preserve his catch & command higher margins.
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What keeps me up at night are not the criticisms of how slow the reconstruction was nor how messed up the emergency response coordination was, but the nagging question of “what could I have done better, if I had a do-over?”
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The Philippines has rich land, natural resources, hardworking farmers and agri-research institutions. The country is blessed with so many resources, however, agriculture, the backbone of the country's economy, has not been prioritized.
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Despite economic gains in the recent years and public-private campaigns towards job creation and entrepreneurship, many working Filipinos remain in poverty due to low quality jobs that don’t pay enough to meet basic needs.
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Asia Society Philippines joined in the movement of raising awareness for mental health by developing an Asia Society Conversations program around it, named “Why Can’t We Talk About It?”
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Fuller hall saw a hundred people fill its seats once again on October 17, 2018 to hear what the government, and industry and policy experts had to say about economic realities in the southern island.
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Asia Society Conversations returned on October 10 at PenBrothers in Legazpi Village, bringing together representatives from government, civil society , and industry to break down political, cultural, and economic dimensions of the context of Filipino IPs over beer and pizza.
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It was a night of informative casual conversations about digital marketing, information consumption, and data security on 31 July during Asia Society Conversations: Internet Survival Guide.
Asia Society Conversations returned on 23 May to ask “Why Care About Culture?” Students, young professionals, and people from various sectors gathered to hear from a diverse group of panelists who have worked in multicultural environments: Amina Rasul, Dr. Alfredo Robles, Norberto “Peewee” Roldan, and Lester Estrada.
SHEILA M. PLATT, wife of former Ambassador to the Philippines Nicholas Platt, passed away peacefully at surrounded by her family on May 15, 2018, at home in New York City.

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