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  • DepEd Commends Smart for post-'Pablo' efforts

    The Department of Education (DepEd), through its Adopt-A-School Program, lauded the efforts of Smart Communications, Inc. for its support in assisting communities recover from the devastation of Typhoon Pablo which ravaged several Mindanao towns last year.

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  • The Synergy of Tulong Kapatid

    According to experts, the Philippines ranks second among the most vulnerable countries in the world in terms of threats posed by natural disasters. Not only do we have the regular visitation by typhoons but the country sits astride the Pacific “Ring of Fire” which makes us prone to earthquakes and volcano havoc as well. So the main thing that our countrymen have to deal with is how to prepare when disaster strikes; or once it hits us, as in the recent habagat, torrential rains that inundated about half of Metro Manila and heavy flooding in other provinces as well — how to come together and work in providing relief to our brethren whose homes, lives and personal well-being had been damaged or devastated.

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  • A cappella Singing Competition Launched

    Barely two weeks after the 2nd Philippine Popular Music Festival songwriting competition crowned its champions on July 20, the indefatigable composer Ryan Cayabyab is again searching for new music talents—this time, a cappella singing ensembles.

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  • A cappella Singing Contest Launched

    Inspired by the performances in the American TV show Glee, as well as in the 2012 American musical comedy movie Pitch Perfect, a new singing competition among a cappella performers was launched last week.

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  • P10-million Pesos Donated to Victims of Typhoon Pablo

    PLDT and Smart Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan (fourth from left) with (from left) VP for Customer Relationship Management Beng Pangan, Sun Cellular President and CEO Orlando B. Vea, Smart President and CEO Napoleon Nazareno, PLDT and Smart Foundation President Ma. Esther Santos and PLDT and Smart Public Affairs Head Mon Isberto hold a facsimile of the P10-million check they donated to victims of Typhoon Pablo.

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