Food for homeless kids comes very slow, even as fast food restaurants across the city continue to boom. Boy Bagwis

Fast Food, Slow Food

November 12, 2014

Food for homeless kids comes very slow, even as fast food restaurants across the city continue to boom. Boy Bagwis

Sylvia Cinco wipes the dripping tent to prevent water from building up. Her family still sleeps in this tent more than 8 months after typhoon Yolanda wiped out their home in Brgy. 88, San Jose, Tacloban City. Tudla Productions

Tacloban folk still live in tents this rainy season

July 25, 2014

Sylvia Cinco wipes the dripping water inside the tent that she and her family still sleeps in, more than eight months after typhoon Yolanda wiped out their home in Brgy. 88, San Jose, Tacloban City. And because it is the rainy (and storm) season, she fears the worst. Tudla Productions

In front of a billboard that sells trendy, youthful ready-to-wears and features two famous teen stars are rows of clothes hung up for drying--by real people living real, impoverished lives; people who dream of better clothes and lives. Arkibong Bayan

Real people’s clothes

June 24, 2014

In front of a billboard that sells trendy, youthful ready-to-wears and features two famous teen stars are rows of clothes hung up for drying–by real people living real, impoverished lives; people who dream of better clothes and lives. Taken by Arkibong Bayan near Balintawak Market, Quezon City

Sa kalsadang ito sa Angeles City, Pampanga, walang sasakyang maaaring dumaan. Magkabila ang bars, massage parlors at night clubs. Mga babaing naghihimok sa mga dayuhan na pumasok sa loob ng bars ang nasa kalsada. Beinte kwatro oras silang nagtatrabaho, nag-aalok ng aliw -- at laman. KR Guda

‘Walking Street’

April 25, 2014

Sa kalsadang ito sa Angeles City, Pampanga, walang sasakyang maaaring dumaan. Magkabila ang bars, massage parlors at night clubs. Mga babaing naghihimok sa mga dayuhan na pumasok sa loob ng bars ang nasa kalsada. Beinte kwatro oras silang nagtatrabaho, nag-aalok ng aliw — at laman. KR Guda

Hagonoy, Bulacan -- Kahit sa murang edad, sumasama sa pangangapa (panghuhuli ng natirang laman ng palaisdaan matapos itong anihin), ang mga batang tulad niya para makatulong kahit kaunti sa kabuhayan ng kanilang pamilya. Soliman A. Santos

Pangangapa

April 9, 2014

Hagonoy, Bulacan — Kahit sa murang edad, sumasama sa pangangapa (panghuhuli ng natirang laman ng palaisdaan matapos itong anihin), ang mga batang tulad niya para makatulong kahit kaunti sa kabuhayan ng kanilang pamilya. Soliman A. Santos

A Moro teacher makes her way to school in Tukananes, Cotabato City, an impoverished area near the river. Barry Dacanay/People's Lens

Off to work

March 19, 2014

A Moro teacher makes her way to school in Tukananes, Cotabato City, an impoverished area near the river. Barry Ohaylan

Matapos ang pananalasa ng bagyong Yolanda, sa gitna ng gutom, kawalan ng tirahan, o pakikipagsisikan sa mga relokasyon, masaya ang mga bata ng Tacloban City na nagkakasama sa gitna ng ulan. Kontribusyon/People Surge

Mga bata ng unos

February 21, 2014

Matapos ang pananalasa ng bagyong Yolanda, sa gitna ng gutom, kawalan ng tirahan, o pakikipagsisikan sa mga relokasyon, masaya ang mga bata ng Tacloban City na nagkakasama sa gitna ng ulan. Kontribusyon/People Surge

Sanay magpasikat ang mga bata sa piyer ng Matnog, Sorsogon sa mga biyahero na dumadaan dito patungong Kabisayaan. Ang totoo, sa hirap ng buhay, sinsikap lang nilang gawing hanapbuhay ito. Piso lang ang kapalit ng bawat mapanganib na bulusok. (Macky Macaspac)

Batang-dagat

February 11, 2014

Sanay magpasikat ang mga bata sa piyer ng Matnog, Sorsogon sa mga biyahero na dumadaan dito patungong Kabisayaan. Ang totoo, sa hirap ng buhay, sinsikap lang nilang gawing hanapbuhay ito. Piso lang ang kapalit ng bawat mapanganib na bulusok. (Macky Macaspac)

Children victims of typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) make home by using discarded GI sheets and streamers from militant organizations in at Brgy. 110 Utap, Tacloban City. (KJ Dumapit)

Children of the storm

January 12, 2014

Children victims of typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) make home by using discarded GI sheets and streamers from militant organizations in Brgy. 110 Utap, Tacloban City. (KJ Dumapit)

These children are among the hundreds of Agusanon families who evacuated due to militarization and human rights abuses. They are currently staying at Bangkerohan Gym, Davao City, until the military pulls out of their communities (Mark Henry)

Eyes of a worried child

August 14, 2013

These children are among the hundreds of Agusanon families who evacuated due to militarization and human rights abuses. They are currently staying at Bangkerohan Gym, Davao City, until the military pulls out of their communities (Mark Henry)