As a teacher, you can’t teach imagination. You just have to set the scene and hope for the best. Roots of Health teacher, Evetha was lucky enough to witness the spark that happens when children create their own worlds.
Students at Palawan Sate University seem to get pregnant with alarming regularity. Susan examines the possible causes for this and what Roots of Health is doing to help.
For a nurse, moving from a hospital to a community setting can take a bit of adjustment. Josh Gulane, the Roots of Health nurse writes about her experiences and conclusions regarding the matter.
The Manila Hostage Crisis only highlighted the lack of accountability in government. And more than the eight hostages, it affects almost every one of the 98 million Filipinos who need the RH Bill passed.
Cooking for one hundred people is no easy task. Rhealyn explains how we do it.
Roots of Health weighs in on the Reproductive Health debate that is raging in the Philippines.
Roots of Health (Ugat ng Kalusugan) has been featured in the August edition of Smile Magazine, the in-flight magazine of Cebu Pacific Air. The article, by Katherine Jack, is about the ‘Brain Gain’, Filipinos who are returning to their homeland to make a difference.
Susan Evangelista describes the modifications that have been made to the Child and Maternal Health Programs in Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
In Puerto Princesa, environmetal awareness is widespread. Nurturing the youth is not. Education Program Associate, Evetha Fem Gaton examines what Roots of Health is doing at Pulang Lupa to prepare the children for life.
Roots of Health nurse Josylyn Gulane recounts some of her experiences at Pulang Lupa during her first two months.