Share

cover art for A decade since Yolanda, kumusta ang mga pabahay sa Tacloban? | Teka Teka Explains

Discover PumaPodcast

A decade since Yolanda, kumusta ang mga pabahay sa Tacloban? | Teka Teka Explains

Almost a decade after typhoon Yolanda devastated parts of the country, no less than Tacloban City’s own mayor has said that 70% of the houses given to Yolanda survivors by the government are “substandard.” In Suthis report from Bella Perez-Rubio, hear how the residents are coping. From the "Teka Teka Explains" podcast.


For more explainers, subscribe so you never miss an episode!

More episodes

View all episodes

  • Trailer | Epic Vibes, Epic Spirit

    01:57
    The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation continues to uphold the late Philippine President’s legacy by celebrating transformative leadership in Asia.There are over 300 Magasaysay awardees to be inspired by. Let’s get you started with the 2023 laureates. Listen to “Epic Vibes, Epic Spirit'' on your podcast app, coming this July!Subscribe so you don't miss it!
  • There's more to the Alice Guo case | Teka Teka

    16:33
    “For a story to have an impact on a lot of people, there has to be a face to it. For the POGO issue, it has been Alice Guo.”Facts First host Christian Esguerra joins Roby Alampay to shed light on what other issues Filipinos might be missing in discussions about the controversial Bamban mayor. From the Teka Teka podcast.For news explainers, subscribe to Teka Teka.
  • Working with a multigenerational team | The Imaginable Workplace

    23:02
    There are office stereotypes for every generation: May mga toxic, may tamad, meron din daw weak! Are they true, or is it a matter of culture? How can we bridge generational differences while respecting their unique perspectives? Haraya Coaching’s Jackie Cañiza and PumaPodcast’s Carl Javier tackle these questions in this episode of The Imaginable Workplace.For more on building office culture, subscribe to The Imaginable Workplace.
  • Celebrity makeup artist Albert Kurniawan on growing the PH beauty scene | Project Vanity with Liz Lanuzo

    45:11
    On the premiere episode of the Project Vanity podcast, celebrity makeup artist and Teviant founder Albert Kurniawan chats with Liz about where painting and makeup artistry intersect, how he created the signature look of his first muse, Heart Evangelista, and his dreams for the Pinoy beauty scene.For more stories from the Philippine beauty industry, subscribe to "Project Vanity with Liz Lanuzo."
  • Bianca Gonzalez' tips for being confident | 5 Minutes Lang

    07:52
    Feel awkward during social situations? We’re here to help. "Paano Ba ‘To" creator Bianca Gonzalez joins Ceej Tantengco-Malolos to chat about essential tools for practicing confidence as an introvert. From the "5 Minutes Lang" podcast.For more bite-sized pieces of advice, subscribe to 5 Minutes Lang!
  • We watched the KoolPals' anniversary show | Teka Teka

    15:48
    “Kung nasa dugo mo yung pagiging komedyante, hindi ka papayag na hindi tatawanan.” In this episode recorded at the KoolPals' 5th anniversary show, reporter Bella Perez-Rubio chats with KoolPals co-hosts James Caraan and Muman Reyes about the country’s vibrant and ever-growing comedy scene. From the "Teka Teka" podcast.For more stories like this, subscribe to Teka Teka.
  • How China is influencing the world's perception of itself | Teka Teka

    16:26
    How is Chinese propaganda shaping narratives about the PH and its claimed territories? Journalist Roby Alampay chats with Tim Niven of DoubleThink Lab about the hired keyboard warriors influencing the world’s perceptions of China. From the "Teka Teka" podcast.For more explainers like this, subscribe to Teka Teka.
  • Trailer | 5 Minutes Lang

    01:00
    Some pretty awesome people are coming to "5 Minutes Lang"! Need help with this adulting thing? From developing transferable skills for your career, to planning your first solo trip, our guests have got your back!A new season premieres on June 28! Subscribe so you don't miss it!
  • Our plastic waste goes where?! | A Better Normal

    24:55
    Food wrappers, delivery packaging, sachets - we go through A LOT of plastic everyday! But what happens to it after we use it?The choices we make every day have a significant impact on the environment. In this episode, host Carl Javier chats with Julius Guirjen from WWF-Philippines and Joanna Mae Norcio-Ricafort from the City of Manila’s Department of Public Services about the impact of plastic waste on human health. From the "A Better Normal" podcast.–This episode is the first of three made possible with the support of the Worldwide Fund for Nature Philippines.For more stories like this, subscribe to "A Better Normal."