KRUSADA: Memorial Services for the Poor

For the Filipino poor, memorial services are becoming as expensive as living itself. Gus Abelgas pushes for the creation of a concrete interment program that would aid underprivileged families during the loss of their loved ones.

Krusada: Waterways Management

Pampanga River Delta—from 20 metres deep to only four metres at present, flooding compounded in Central Luzon especially during the recent typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel”. Karen Davila reiterates the value of our waterways and how important it is to take care of it or else, more people will suffer in the long run.

Krusada: Charter Change

Once again, it is out in the open that fresh and serious moves are being undertaken to push for charter change that concentrate on changing the economic provisions. Henry Omaga-Diaz crusades to keep a watchful eye on Charter Change!

Krusada: E-Vehicles

Gone were the days when battery-powered cars were only seen in toy stores. E-vehicles are seen to become solutions for the irrepressible increase in fuel prices and fare hikes. Tony Velasquez clamours for the further development and nationwide implementation of the said technology in the long run.

Krusada: Water

According to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the country’s water supply will become insufficient by year 2025 due to continuous population increase. Henry Omaga-Diaz spearheads the crusade to protect water sources and conserve water while it lasts.

Krusada: Public-Private Partnerships in Hospitals

President Benigno Aquino III proposed Public-Private partnerships (PPPs) as the solution for the rehabilitation and modernization of national public hospitals. On the other hand, Karen Davila believes that while everyone wants development especially in health services, the state should not abdicate its duties for the truly indigent.

KRUSADA: Juvenile Delinquency

More than 20,000 children are arrested in the Philippines every year. The alarming number of cases led Henry Omaga-Diaz to find out the truths behind the crimes of today’s youth.

Krusada: Puerto Princesa underground river para sa New7Wonders

Hindi maipagkakaila na ang Palawan ay napakalapit sa puso ni Abner Mercado. Kaya naman siya rin ay nangunguna sa pangangampanya para sa Puerto Princesa Underground River, ang opisyal na kalahok ng Pilipinas sa “New 7 Wonders of the World”.

Krusada: Teacher

More than teaching grammar or equations, the teachers’ responsibilities extend beyond the walls of their classrooms. But how can they fulfill their vocation if there is a huge difference between teacher and student ratio while there is a deficiency in school budget? Bernadette Sembrano crusades for the welfare of Filipino teachers.

Krusada: Hidden wealth

Abner Mercado gives a primer on the Marcos wealth and the extent of plunder the Marcoses committed during Martial Law.