Army Chief of Staff Maj Gen Robert M Arevalo shows the items contained in the 300 bags he donated for #OGOPMARAWI, an initiative of the Philippine Army in partnership with various stakeholders to help and support those affected by the Marawi incident. The program caters to Maranao evacuees who will receive the relief goods; the affected children who will receive school items and personal health care items under Project Shoebox; and care packages for battle casualties under the Bayanihan para sa Bayani ng Bayan. Each bag donated by the Army chief of staff contains black socks, t-shirt, face towel, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, shaver, alcohol, and bath soap, simple tokens of appreciation to the soldiers who are protectors of the people, guardians of democracy and defenders of the Constitution who are willing to commit the ultimate sacrifice if need be.
- On Holy Weeks, Fibonacci and Hawking’s Theory of EverythingMarch 1, 2017 - 3:37 am
01 April 2016, 1 AM, Somewhere on the Mindoro Strait aboard The Child. I tried to spend the drudgery of the week-long Holy Week, which fancied me to contain nothing holy at all, by trying to absorb anything and everything our Cignal cable TV could offer us from Brain Games, The Bible Code, Legends of […]