Roots of Health weighs in on the Reproductive Health debate that is raging in the Philippines.
Roots of Health nurse Josylyn Gulane recounts some of her experiences at Pulang Lupa during her first two months.
A Roots of Health volunteer, Margeaux Berroth writes about her experiences with the students and staff at Palawan State University while conducting research into the health concerns of the students.
Susan Evangelista has ‘wow’ moment during a Board of Directors meeting and thinks about how the idea of Roots of Health has rippled across the globe.
Roots of Health turns one and Rhealyn Paliza describes her journey as a maternal health worker here in Palawan.
Ami Evangelista Swanepoel looks back at what Roots of Health has accomplished in it’s first year of operation.
Myths about sexually transmitted diseases that Roots of Health has encountered during our work in Pulang Lupa.
Sara Evangelista, Ami’s sister shares her personal experience being on the Roots of Health Advisory Committee.
A blog describing how our program assistant, Rhealyn Paliza is employing the skills she learned as a teacher here in Palawan.
Lyn-Lyn, the Ugat ng Kalusugan Associate Program Manager writes about her unplanned pregnancy and how the experience shapes her work with mothers in Puerto Princesa.