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  • On Mac OS press (Ctrl+Opt+shortcut_key)
  • Accessibility Statement (Combination + 0): Statement page that will show the available accessibility keys.
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    Press Releases

    • Accomplishment Report of OVP for July 2016 – June 2017

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 30, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 30 June 2017 In her inaugural speech, Vice President Leni Robredo highlighted the importance of inclusive growth, of working together to aid those in the margins, and most importantly, named six key advocacy areas she hoped to focus on during her term. These are: Hunger and nutrition, public education, universal


    • OVP Partners to Turn Over 50 Water Filters for Marawi

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 15, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 15 June 2017 The UP College of Medicine and Physicians for Peace will turn over 50 water filters to the Office of the Vice President (OVP) on Thursday (June 15) for the evacuees of the Marawi conflict. The OVP will be in charge of bringing these filters to the families


    • VP Leni Visits Bamboo Workers and Students in Batangas

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 14, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 14 June 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo visited the Angat Buhay site Taysan, Batangas on Tuesday (June 13). Her visit to Taysan began with a dialogue held with the residents of Barangay Pinagbayanan, one of the four barangays in Taysan with an abundance of bamboo plants. Residents from Pinagbayanan use


    • OVP Partners with ARMM for Marawi Rehab

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 14, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 14 June 2017 The ARMM government and various Angat Buhay partners convened at the Quezon City Reception House and discussed rehabilitation efforts for Marawi Friday (June 9). Through the Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation program of Angat Buhay, the Office of the Vice President (OVP) has already distributed a total of


    • VP Leni’s Team Goes Back to Agutaya

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 07, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 07 June 2017 The Office of the Vice President (OVP) returns to Agutaya, Palawan for a 4-day visit for the turnover of educational toys, motorized boats, and school bags and school supplies. On June 2 after a 16-hour boat ride from Iloilo, Angat Buhay opened a playspace in the Daycare