Preparing for the Worse: Lessons from the Philippine Frontlines
As the Philippines became the first regional nation that took such drastic measures against the virus, millions of people woke up confused and uncertain about such guidelines. There was also a battle between which could be … Read More
The Food Security Crisis in the Philippines
The most telling sign of hunger within the village so far is the daily ritual of scavengers taking to parks and empty lots in search of mangoes…. recently, these groups now include members armed with bamboo sticks.
As governments across … Read More
What the Imperial COVID-19 Report Means for Asia
A report released by Imperial College a two days has shaken many countries out of COVID-19 complacency. The report isn’t particularly long, but we will summarize the main findings of the report and the Ferguson epidemiological model that informed it. … Read More