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From the #WebSafeandWise Media Fellowship - "Ano ang Cyberbullying" (Part 1 of 6)

BY MARCO ROMAS, PREX NINO LAROCO, and MICHELLE NICOMEDES, GMA Network. This is the first of a six-part digital safety campaign produced by the Media Fellows, titled under the “Need to Know” segments of GMA News Online published/aired on Feb 2024. The series tackles cyberbullying definitions, laws, reporting instances of cyberbullying, role of parents and guardians, protecting social media accounts and focuses on cultivating and promoting responsible online behavior. Given the alarming prevalence of cyberbullying, the campaign is designed to transform social media into a safer space for children.

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From the NCD Media Fellowship - "Diabetes cases surge, necessitating action" - Fiji

BY KREETIKA KUMAR, FBC News. Diabetes is currently the top killer of Fijians, and as cases continue to rise, the burden grows heavier on Fiji’s population health, national development, and economic growth. This online news article and video report looks into the factors that affect the prevalence of NCDs such as diabetes in the country. According to the Fijian health ministry, among the significant risk factors are the overconsumption of sugar, sweets, and drinks, and the insufficient daily consumption of healthy food such as fruits and vegetables.

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From the NCD Media Fellowship "Alcohol's Silent Toll: Health and Social Damage" - Cambodia

BY MENG SEAVMEY and MECH CHOULAY, Cambodianess. Alcohol consumption is a growing concern in Cambodia, a country with no currently enforced legal drinking age, due to its harmful effects on personal health and its contribution to other social issues. Through a variety of case studies from across the country, interviews with resource persons, and available health data, this news feature illustrates how harmful alcohol use not only increases the risk for developing NCDs such as cardiovascular and liver disease, but can also lead to social harms like domestic violence and traffic accidents. Other particular concerns tackled include the rising prevalence of alcohol use among young people, the mental health toll of frequent drunk driving incidents on road users, and how alcohol use exacerbates poverty through consumption and health treatment costs. Among the contributing factors to alcohol use prevalence explored were the vast availability of alcohol, aggressive advertisement of alcoholic drinks, and the lack of restriction from family members and retailers on young people’s alcohol consumption and purchasing. Some government interventions on this issue are currently being rolled out.

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“Ano ang tama sa taba?: Fast facts about fats"

“Ano ang tama sa taba?: Fast facts about fats" by KLAIRE TING AND NICA HANOPOL, Video Producers/Multimedia Reporters, Vera Files (June 1, 2021)

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From our (Un)covering Trans Fats Media Fellowship “Si Naomi, Sana All” (June 19, 2021)

"Trans fat Video Series with Social Media Influencers." by JOEL CONTRIVIDA, Video Producer/Journalist, DYPR Palawan VIDEO (series of 3 segments): (June12) 4.10 mins, (Jun 19) 2.34 mins, (Jun 26) 3.20 mins/total 10 mins, 4 sec Aired on the DYPR Palawan Facebook Page: June 9, 12, and 26, 2021

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From our (Un)covering Trans Fats Media Fellowship “Pabili ng Kape, Yung Kapiling ka!” (June 12, 2021)

"Trans fat Video Series with Social Media Influencers." by JOEL CONTRIVIDA, Video Producer/Journalist, DYPR Palawan VIDEO (series of 3 segments): (June12) 4.10 mins, (Jun 19) 2.34 mins, (Jun 26) 3.20 mins/total 10 mins, 4 sec Aired on the DYPR Palawan Facebook Page: June 9, 12, and 26, 2021

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From our (Un)covering Trans Fats Media Fellowship “Signs na may trans fats ang pagkain mo”

by STANLEY CHI, Video Content Creator Published/aired on the Stanley Chi Fan page/May 31, 2021

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Youth Media - MPKNN

"Usapang PopDev" is a documentary compilation produced in 2015 on population and development issues as seen through the eyes of the youth. All stories were conceptualized, written and shot by youth reporters across the country, under the guidance of the Mulat Pinoy-Kabataan News Network (MP-KNN) team of the Probe Media Foundation Inc. Stories include: "Pait ng Sarap (HIV/AIDS)" by University of Mindanao Davao Bureau, "Hinog Sa Pilit (Teenage Pregnancy)" by Interfaith Partnership for the Promotion of Responsible Parenthood Antipolo Bureau, "Duyan (Teenage Pregnancy)" by the UP Los Banos Los Banos Bureau, "Nakired (Suicide)" by the Northwestern University Laoag Bureau, "Computer Games: Benepisyo o Perwisyo (Computer games)" by Don Bosco Technical College Bureau and "Gusali (Urban Decay) by the Manila Bureau.

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