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July, 2016

An Irish football fan Volunteers at Preda

July 19, 2016 · 


An Irish football fan Volunteers at Preda Richie Casey I decided to branch out with my trip and did not regret it. Infact it has left me wondering why more in similar situations don’t follow suit. Three weeks in the Philippines to include two weeks of volunteering at Preda- an incredible organisation based in Olongapo […]


Women rising … but when in Rome?

July 18, 2016 · 


This week, Theresa May became the Prime Minister of Great Britain. Angela Merkel is already the Chancellor of Germany, and has been since 2005. And if the United States elects Hillary Clinton in November, she will be inaugurated in January as the president of the United States, the first woman president in American history. That […]


If Proposed Laws Are Passed, Nine-year Old Children could be Hanged

July 15, 2016 · 


If Proposed Laws Are Passed, Nine-year Old Children could be Hanged Fr. Shay Cullen 15 July 2106 A few weeks ago, the Philippine nation and the world that cares for children’s rights and human dignity learned that the new speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippine Congress has filed two proposed laws that […]


Another drug suspect killed in Olongapo

July 15, 2016 ·  By Allan Macatuno for

The body of drug suspect Jack Bertulfo is being taken out of his house after the Olongapo City police shot him dead when he tried to engage cops searching his house in a gunfight on Wednesday (July 13, 2016) afternoon. Photo from the Olongapo City Police Office

OLONGAPO CITY — A suspected drug pusher was killed on Wednesday (July 13) afternoon by policemen serving a search warrant. The police showed Jack Bertulfo, 40, a search warrant issued by Judge Raymond Viray of Regional Trial Court Branch 75, at 1 p.m., when the suspect drew a gun, said Senior Supt. Jerry Sumbad, acting […]


Closing the Gap for the abused and exploited children

July 13, 2016 · 


Closing the Gap for the abused and exploited children FRANCIS BERMIDO JR. Preda News. During the Millenium Development Goal (MDG) period from 2000 to 2015, we saw a remarkable increase in the number of school age children who were enrolled in primary school- up to 91 percent. The challenge now for the world is to […]


Ending Impunity by Empowering the Victims

July 13, 2016 ·  By Francis Bermido Jr.


Ending Impunity by Empowering the Victims Francis Bermido Jr. Impunity is what attracts sex tourists from all over the world to come to the Philippines to abuse children trafficked into the sex industry. Breaking this culture entails rescuing victims and placing them in a safe haven where they can get therapy and education and putting […]


The creeping normality of extrajudicial killings

July 13, 2016 ·  By Randy David for


There is no question today about the rampant character of the drug menace in our country. The public perception that the problem has far exceeded the capacity of normal law enforcement has no doubt greatly contributed to the election of Rodrigo Duterte to the presidency. The tough-talking former mayor of Davao City ran on the […]


Douglas Slade Jailed for 24 years


Victims: A 12-year-old boy who was abused by Douglas Slade three years ago, when he was just nine. He lives with his mother just 100 yards from the home that Slade built overlooking a primary school

A 10-year-old victim of Douglas Slade has told how the serial paedophile brandished guns and threatened to shoot the terrified boys he molested at his home in the Philippines if they reported him to police. The founder of Paedophile Information Exchange kept a shotgun and a handgun in the bedroom of his home and warned […]


Brazilian archbishop resigns over failure to act on abuse

July 11, 2016 ·  By CathNews for

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a Brazilian archbishop for allowing priests accused of sex abuse to work in his diocese, Reuters reports.

The Vatican said Francis had accepted the resignation of Archbishop Aldo di Cillo Pagotto of Paraiba, under Canon 401 §2, which provides for resignation in cases where a bishop “has become less able to fulfil his office because of ill health or some other grave cause is earnestly requested to present his resignation from office.” […]


Overcoming Childhood Poverty Through Education

July 11, 2016 ·  By Francisco B. Bermido Jr.


Overcoming Childhood Poverty Through Education Despite the government’s efforts to provide free basic education to all, every year thousands of children drop out of school due to poverty and problems in the family and become vulnerable to abuse, trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. Only a few of these children get the proper intervention that will […]

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