Proclamation No. 224 signed in 1988 declares the first week of March each year as Women’s Week and March 8 as Women’s Rights and International Peace Day. The theme for 2014 is “Juana, ang Tatag Mo ay Tatag Natin sa Pagbangon at Pagsulong!” as mandated by government.
Mobility is something that most of us take for granted. Moving from one location to another is something we do independently and without much thought. This is not the case for people afflicted with polio or cerebral palsy, or those who met with accidental falls. Without a wheelchair these individuals must rely on their friends and families for transportation or resort to crawling.
- Mormon Leaders Pay VP Binay a Courtesy Visit
- Philippines Missionary Training Center Dedicated
- Mormon Temple Takes Part in Gabii sa Kabilin
- Mormon Leader Presents Wreath at American Memorial Cemetery
- DSWD, NCFF Celebrates International Day of Families
- Who are the Mormons?
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- CRS, LDS Charities Build Temporary Housing in CDOpablo
- Church Responds to Typhoon Pablo
- Rotary, LDS Charities Continue Wheelchair Partnership in Cebu
- LDS Charities: Changing Filipino Lives
- USNS Mercy, Staffed by Medical Professional Volunteers, Blesses Lives in the Philippines
- Ambassador Cuisia Visits Church Headquarters
- Gatdula, Castro Attend the International Law and Religion Symposium at BYU
- LDS Church Invites Atty. Jeremy Gatdula as International Law and Religion Symposium Delegate
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