Former Senator Atty. Joey D. Lina

The First Lady is also a nutrition champ

The Children’s First One Thousand Days Coalition (CFDC) has gotten significant support in its mission to tackle malnutrition during the critical period in a child’s life—from conception to age two.

Why it seems impossible to become NBA champion from a 0-3 hole

At the Senate youth and sports committee that I chaired when I was senator in the late 1980s and early '90s, some of us hoped that an NBA team would eventually emerge the ultimate winner after being down 0-3 in the Finals.

The State ought to strengthen families, not destroy it

At last week’s Kapihan sa Manila Prince Hotel news forum, discussion focused on divorce and it became clearer why the dissolution of the permanent bond of marriage must not be legalized in the Philippines.

Has the Trump verdict put the jury system on trial?

For many people in countries like the Philippines where a judge decides a court case, getting to know how a jury goes about its work and reaches its conclusion can be fascinating.

Training the trainers

All Saturdays this May were devoted by the Children’s First One Thousand Days Coalition (CFDC) to train different batches of trainers who, in turn, will train those in government and non-government organizations (NGOs) on how to go about fighting malnutrition among Filipino children during the crucial period from conception to age two.