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2014 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 2014.

Incumbents[edit]

President Benigno S. Aquino III
Benigno S.
Aquino III
Vice-President Jejomar C. Binay, Sr.
Jejomar C.
Binay, Sr.
Senate President Franklin M. Drilon
Franklin M.
Drilon
House Speaker Feliciano R. Belmonte, Jr.
Feliciano R.
Belmonte, Jr.
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P.A. Sereno
Maria Lourdes
P.A. Sereno

Note:

* – Vice-President Jejomar C. Binay, Sr. was affiliated with PDP–Laban at the time when he was sworn into office. He announced that he left PDP–Laban on March 1, 2014. Since then he became an independent. He was set to announce his new political party on June 12, 2014, but he decided to postpone it due to the current political issues affecting the country.[1][2]

Events[edit]

January[edit]

The bus of the 2010 Manila hostage crisis.

February[edit]

A Landsat 7 image of Panatag Shoal.
  • February 24:
  • February 27 – A massive power breakdown occur in the island of Mindanao affecting 25 million people in several major cities and provinces.[29][30] The blackout lasted for more than five hours. Several businesses declared profit losses, while local government services were greatly paralyzed due to the blackout.[31] On February 28, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced that the cause of the power interruption was due to line trippings which started in Agus I Hydroelectric Power Plant in Lanao del Norte.[32]

March[edit]

Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, the author of Senate Resolution Nos. 535 (Extradition treaty with United Kingdom), 536 (with India), and 537 (with Spain).[33]
  • March 3 – President Aquino III abolished 6 government-owned and controlled corporations as part of crackdown of dissolving non-performing, and unnecessary firms in the government.[34]
  • March 4 – The Senate concurred the ratification the country's separate extradition treaties with the United Kingdom, India, and Spain in a vote of 17 with no objections and abstentions. All the extradition treaties will have a retroactive effect, which means, according to Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, "The treaties are applicable to offenses committed prior to the entry into force of the treaties. This means that we can extradite the plunder criminals if they flee to the UK, Spain, or India, even though the plunder was committed before the effectivity of the extradition treaties." The treaties to the said three countries were ratified by President Aquino III on December 6, 2013.[33][35]
  • March 6 – Delfin Lee, President of Globe Asiatique and one of the country's top five fugitives, was captured outside a hotel in Malate, Manila and was later brought to Camp Crame in Quezon City.[36] Lee faced syndicated estafa charges filed by Department of Justice (DOJ) for the 6.6 billion pesos Globe Asiatique scam in 2009.[37][38][39]
  • March 8:
    • The country sent naval assets and a search-and-rescue plane in the West Philippine Sea after a Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members went missing. The last contact made with the aircraft was when it was over the Gulf of Thailand.[40]
    • Chinese coast guard ships blocked two Philippine vessels from entering Ayungin Shoal (known internationally as Second Thomas Shoal).[41][42] On March 11, the Aquino government released an official statement and a diplomatic protest about the incident, through the Department of Foreign Affairs, stating that the Ayungin Shoal is part of the Philippines, and China's act was considered a clear and urgent threat to the rights and interests of the country.[43] Furthermore, the civilian vessels were only conducting rotation of personnel and resupply operations in the said shoal.[44][45] In order to resupply the Filipino troops garrisoned in the grounded BRP Sierra Madre in the said shoal, the Philippine Navy decided in providing air drop supplies of food and water to the soldiers.[46] In a text message by Chinese Embassy spokesman Zhang Hua to the media on March 12, she said, "The Chinese side does not accept the protest by the Philippine side."[47]
  • March 10:
    • The Senate, on third and final reading, passed Senate Bill no. 1733 or People's Freedom of Information (FOI) Act of 2013 authored by Senator Grace Poe. All 21 senators present voted for the approval of the said bill.[48] Prior to the approval of the bill on the final reading, the bill has been filed 44 times in 7 Congresses.[49]
    • American weekly news Time magazine named Makati City and Pasig City as the "selfie capital of the world" with 258 selfie-takers per 100,000 people beating the ranks of Manhattan, New York and Miami, Florida. Other Philippine cities in the top 100 were 9th-ranked Cebu City, and Iloilo City on the 72nd place.[50][51]
    • A total of 11 people, including 7 soldiers and 2 policemen, were killed in separate clashes with New People's Army (NPA) rebels in Matanao, Davao del Sur.[52][53]
  • March 17 – Former Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) board member Jose Taruc V surrendered to the Philippine National Police – Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP–CIDG) in Greenhills, San Juan City. Taruc was one of the accused, together with former President and now Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, on the 336 million peso plunder case filed by the Sandiganbayan in 2012 on the misuse of the agency's intelligence funds.[54]
  • March 21 – Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2, a submarine cable, was damaged. It caused internet connectivity issues and affected Eastern Communications and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company subscribers. The said problem also affected other 9 Asia-Pacific countries.[55]
  • March 22Communist Party of the Philippines Chairman Benito Tiamzon and wife Wilma Tiamzon, who also sits as the secretary general of the New People's Army (NPA), and 5 more others were arrested in Barangay Zaragosa, Aloguinsan, Cebu. The Tiamzon's had a standing warrant of arrest orders for crimes against humanity which include murder, multiple murder, and frustrated murder charges.[56][57] 5 days after the arrest of the couple, last March 27, Andrea Rosal, who was the daughter of former NPA spokesman "Ka Roger" Rosal (deceased) was arrested in Caloocan City.[58]
Malacañang Palace, the official residence of the President of the Philippines, was the venue of the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
  • March 27 – The five page Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro was signed in Malacañan Palace grounds by the government's peace panel chair Miriam Coronel-Ferrer and MILF negotiator Mohager Iqbal. The signing was also attended by a thousand people, including President Aquino III, MILF chairman Al Haj Murad Ebrahim, Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia, and the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process Teresita Deles.[59] The CAB comprises the Bangsamoro Framework, including its annexes on Transitional Arrangements and Modalities, Revenue Generation and Wealth Sharing, Power Sharing, Normalization, and the addendum on Bangsamoro Waters and Zones of Joint Cooperation.[60]
  • March 29 – A Philippine civilian vessel carrying supplies for eight soldiers stationed in BRP Sierra Madre, a grounded ship turned military outpost, evaded a blockade by two Chinese Coast Guard ships in Ayungin Shoal (known internationally as Second Thomas Shoal).[61][62][63]
  • March 30 – The Philippines submitted its 10 volume memorial or written pleading on the territorial feud against China in the West Philippines Sea to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).[64][65]

April[edit]

Sen. Teofisto "TG" Guingona III, announced the recommendation of filing of plunder and graft changes to Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jinggoy Estrada, and Bong Revilla, alongside Janet Lim-Napoles who involved in the Pork Barrel (PDAF) scam.
The Manila Cathedral.
  • April 9 – The Manila Cathedral in Intramuros, Manila was reopened to the public after a 2-year structural retrofitting and rehabilitation due to cracks inside the structure. The project cost was 136 million pesos. President Aquino III, together with Senate President Franklin Drilon and Papal Nuncio Giuseppe Pinto, attended the first mass after the reopening led by Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle.[75]
  • April 10:
  • April 10-13 – The first Pilipinas International Hot Air Balloon Festival was held at Brgy. Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga. More than 30 locally and internationally-made hot air balloons joined the event.[78]
  • April 11:
    • The Philippines and the U.S. reached an agreement on sharing local military bases with the U.S. military forces during times of humanitarian and maritime operations.[79]
    • 20 government troops were injured in an encounter with the Abu Sayyaf Group in Tipo-Tipo, Basilan.[80]
  • April 14 – 13 policemen, including Philippine National Police (PNP) Superintendent Hansel Marantan, were relieved from their duties in connection with the January 2013 Atimonan rub-out incident that killed suspected gambling leader Vic Siman, environmentalist Jun Lontok and 10 others.[81]
  • April 15 – The Department of Energy (DOE) issued a yellow alert status on the Luzon grid following a series of temporarily shutdown of the Masinloc and Pagbilao power plants that decreased the island's power reserves.[82]
  • April 19 – Gigi Reyes, former chief of staff of Senate Minority Leader, Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile which is one of the recommended by the Ombudsman to charged for plunder over the PDAF scam, returned to the country.[83]
  • April 23 – In a joint statement, the government delegations of the Philippines led by Manila Mayor Estrada and Hong Kong have agreed that the four demands of the 2010 Manila hostage crisis' victims and their families were resolved. Visa sanctions for Philippine officials and diplomats were also lifted by Hong Kong.[84]
  • April 28 – The Pasig River Ferry Service was re-opened to the public. Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Francis Tolentino led the reopening of the ferry system at the Guadalupe terminal in Makati City. Riding the ferry was given for free to the public for two weeks. The ferry service was one of the solutions for the decongestion of Metro Manila's roadways.[85][86]
United States President Barack Obama (left) was the eighth US President and the first in a decade to visit the Philippines.
  • April 28-29United States President Barack Obama visited the country as part of his "four-nation Asian tour." He visited President Aquino III and discussed with him several bilateral and defense issues involving the two countries.[87] Hours ahead of the arrival of President Obama, the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) was signed by the U.S. and the Philippines. The agreement grants the temporary use of the local military bases for the US forces.[88][89]
  • April 30 – The Philippine National Police (PNP) together with the Supreme Court, and the DOJ launched the "e-subpoena system" that will speed up delivering and transmitting subpoenas issued by the courts to the police stations.[90]
  • April 30-May 2 – PNP in cooperation with the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) launched a simultaneous campaign called "Operation Strike Back" that lead in the arrest of 58 suspects involve in internet sextortion syndicate in 4 key areas in Luzon (including Bicol, Taguig, Bulacan and Laguna) in connection with the suicide attempt of 17-year-old Dunfermline teenager Daniel Perry due to webcam blackmail plot.[91]

May[edit]

  • May 2 – The Office of the Ombudsman granted Ruby Tuason immunity from criminal prosecution and her request to be a state witness in the PDAF scam case. Tuason also returned the 40 million pesos, part of the earnings or kickbacks used in the PDAF transactions, to the National Treasury in front of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima and Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales.[92]
  • May 5-16 – The 30th Balikatan joint-military exercises between the Philippines and United States military forces commenced. More than 3,000 Filipino soldiers and 2,500 US military joined various drills for the Balikatan which will center on humanitarian response, and maritime security and defense.[93][94]
The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) main office.
  • May 6:
    • Former Senator Francis Pangilinan took oath as the first Presidential Assistant for Food Security and Agricultural Modernization, holding a cabinet rank position. Pangilinan will oversee the operations of 4 agencies of the Department of Agriculture which has been moved to the Office of the President: the National Food Authority, the National Irrigation Administration, the Philippine Coconut Authority, and the Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority.[95]
    • The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) kicked off the voters registration for the 2016 national elections with the start of "Walkah Walkah: Step Juan Tungo sa Mulat na Botante" campaign in Laoag City.[96]
    • Even after undergoing a nose job, Abigail Pendulas, wife of Aman Futures Group owner Manuel Amalilio who was involved in a pyramiding scam, was arrested by the Central Luzon PNP in San Fernando City, Pampanga.[97]
    • A Chinese fishing boat carrying more than 11 crew and 500 turtles was seized by the operatives of the PNP Maritime Police Patrol in Half-Moon Shoal (locally known as Hasa-Hasa Shoal) at the Spratlys Group of Islands.[98]
    • Transportation Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya was charged with graft and corruption for a P1.1-billion deal signed for automated ticketing systems. After a complaint was launched by the National Federation of Filipino Consumers the Office of the Ombudsman brought forth charges. The Contactless Automated Fare Collection System was awarded through a competitive transaction process to an ineligible firm, AF Consortium, and was in violation of Section 3 of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act. Due to conflict of interest and an ongoing case against the Government, AF Consortium should have been disqualified by the transaction team.[99] The lead adviser to the Government on this transaction was Rebel Group International BV of the Netherlands.[100]
  • May 8 – The Ombudsman cleared former president and current Pampanga congresswoman Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on her involvement on the P728 million fertilizer fund scam.[101]
  • May 9 – Citing personal reasons, Margie P. Juico, the chairman and former long-time board of directors of PCSO tendered her resignation. Former Cavite Governor (then-former Cavite third district congressman and defeated 2013 Cavite gubernatorial election candidate), Ayong Maliksi will possibly replace Juico as the chairman. This after the agency announced the relocation of the main office from PICC to Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.[102]
  • May 10-11 – President Aquino III, together with fellow Southeast Asian leaders, attended the 24th ASEAN Summit held at the Myanmar International Convention Center in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar. The territorial dispute in the West Philippine Sea was the center of this year's summit.[103]
Angat Dam, one of Luzon's dams with short water reserves due to the 2014 dry season.
  • May 12Angat Dam reached the critical level as the water level dropped to 179.72 meters above sea level, relatively due to the effect of the dry season. Release of water for the irrigation in farm areas of Bulacan and Pampanga were cut off.[104]
  • May 13 – Lacson's Napoles list of involved politicians was released to the public.[105] On May 14, whistleblower Benhur Luy's list was also released, with 25 senators included in the said list to be involved with any Janet Napoles transactions.[106]
  • May 13-16 – The PNP hosts the recently concluded 34th Association of Southeast Asian Nations Association of Chiefs of Police (ASEANAPOL) Conference held at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Pasay City. PNP Chief Alan Purisima together with 9 ASEAN chiefs of Police joined the meeting. President Aquino III led the first day of the meeting where he said that the ASEAN will continue to fight against transnational crimes.[107]
  • May 14 – The Philippines protested to China's alleged construction activities in Johnson Reef (known locally as Mabini Reef) of the disputed Spratlys Group of Islands.[108]
  • May 19 – President Aquino III lead the opening day of the 2014 United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) – ASEAN Conference on Tourism and Climate Change in Legaspi City, Albay. Aquino III said he keeps focus on the tourist arrivals target of estimated 10 million tourist before his term ends in 2016.[109]
  • May 21 – Following the overspending of campaign funds for his running for the 2013 Laguna gubernatorial elections, The COMELEC En Banc unseats Laguna Gov. E.R. Ejercito, in a unanimous decision. Vice Governor Ramil Hernandez will take over the position of Ejercito.[110]
  • May 23 – A first maritime boundary treaty for the Philippines, the Philippines and Indonesia signed a maritime treaty that draws the boundary of the two countries' overlapping Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in Mindanao and Celebes seas. It took 20 years for both countries to set the maritime boundary.[111]
  • May 26 – Al Vitangcol III formally filed his resignation as the general manager of Metro Rail Transit Authority due to P517-million maintenance contract that he given to a relative.[112]

June[edit]

July[edit]

  • July 1 – The Supreme Court of the Philippines declared unconstitutional the "acts and practices" under the Aquino administration's Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).[125]
  • July 2Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago announced in public that she was diagnosed of Stage 4 cancer on her left lung.[126]
  • July 4 – Senator Juan Ponce Enrile is temporarily confined at the Philippine National Police General Hospital in Camp Crame following his surrender.[127]
  • July 11:
    • DBM Secretary Butch Abad offered his resignation letter on the unconstitutionality of Disbursement Acceleration Program but Pres. Aquino III rejected the letter.[128]
    • The Sandiganbayan Third Division entered a not guilty plea for Senator Juan Ponce Enrile after he refused to plead during his arraignment for plunder.[129]
    • Atty. Jessica Lucila "Gigi" Reyes was transferred to the Philippine Heart Center in Quezon City from the Taguig Pateros District Hospital after complaining of "persistent chest pains"[130]
  • July 14 – President Aquino III, in a televised public address said the government will appeal to the Supreme Court over their decision on the DAP's partial unconstitutionality.[131]
Typhoon Rammasun making landfall in the Philippines on July 15.
  • July 15-17Typhoon Glenda (International Name: Rammasun) left massive damage across Metro Manila and near-by regions, fallen down trees, electric posts, and ripped out roofs of the houses, classes in schools and work in government offices were suspended and airport, train operations and stocks trading halted after the typhoon shutdown the Metro. According to the NDRRMC, 97 persons were confirmed dead.[132][133] At least 90% of the total residents of Metro Manila lost power, as poles were knocked and lines downed. The national grid corporation posted on Twitter, saying "Around 90% of Meralco’s franchise area is experiencing power outage brought about by downed poles, lines and outages of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines' transmission lines due to Typhoon Glenda."[134]
  • July 18:
  • July 21:
  • July 22 – Youth civic groups led by Youth Act Now filed an impeachment complaint against President Aquino III.[140]
  • July 23 – The Sandiganbayan summoned executives of banks to testify during the bail hearings of Senator Bong Revilla.[141]
  • July 24:
  • July 27:
    • Approximately 2 million members of the Iglesia ni Cristo joined the worship rites held at the Philippine Arena for the centennial celebration of the religious sect. INC also grabs 2 additional Guinness world records for the "World's Largest Mixed-Use Theater" and "World's Largest Gospel Choir."[144]
    • The country's population has reached 100 million.[145]
  • July 28:
    • President Aquino III delivered his 5th State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Batasan Pambansa.[146]
    • At least 21 people were killed when armed men opened fire at a convoy of civilians in Talipao, Sulu who were travelling to a feast to mark the end of Ramadan.[147]
  • July 30 – Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle officially announced to the public that Pope Francis will make an apostolic visit to the Philippines from January 15-19, 2015.[148][149]

August[edit]

  • August 1:
  • August 8 – The Sandiganbayan denied with finality the appeal of detained Senator Juan Ponce Enrile to dismiss the plunder case filed against him in connection with the pork barrel scam. The anti-graft court’s Third Division said he failed to present new reasons for the court to reconsider its earlier ruling finding probable cause to proceed with the case and issue warrant of arrest against him.[152]
  • August 11 – ACT-Teachers party-list Rep. Antonio Tinio led several teachers in submitting the fourth impeachment complaint against President Benigno Aquino III over what they claimed as the continuation of the pork barrel system in Congress.[153]
  • August 12 – After 3 years of hiding, Retired General Jovito Palparan who was accused in the case of disappearance of UP students' Sherlyn Cadapan and Karen Empeno in 2006 was arrested in Sta. Mesa, Manila.[154]
  • August 18 – Vice President Jejomar Binay and his son, Makati Mayor Junjun Binay face plunder charges in the alleged overprice of a carpark building filed a supplemental petition reflecting a bigger cost for the project.[155]
  • August 20:
    • A civil society group filed three separate graft and plunder complaints against Senator Alan Peter Cayetano and his wife, Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano. Lawyer Roderick Vera of the group Philippine Association for the Advancement of Civil Liberties, Inc. charged them with violations of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act before the Office of the Ombudsman.[156]
    • Atty. Renato Bondal showed up on the Senate blue ribbon investigation on the overpriced cost of construction of Makati City Hall Building II, a supposed parking building worth P2.1M. Bondal also accused Binays over the overpriced birthday cakes given to the senior citizens.[157]
  • August 24Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte confirmed that some of city's residents were recruited by the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.[158]
  • August 26 – Former actor and congressman Dennis Roldan was found guilty on kidnapping. Roldan, together with Adrian Domingo and Rowena San Andres were sentenced to life imprisonment and ordered to jail at the New Bilibid Prison in connection with the kidnapping case of a 3-year old Chinese Kelshi Yu in Pasig City in 2005.[159]

September[edit]

  • September 2 – Allies of President Aquino III in the House Justice Committee quashed the 3 impeachment complaints against him, finding them not sufficient in substance.[160]
  • September 3:
    • Former presidential candidate Elly Pamatong, who was being linked to the foiled bombing attempt at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), was arrested.[161]
    • Sec. Sonny Coloma in the hearing for the 2015 PCOO Senate budget and GCG Adisclosed that efforts to privatize IBC-13 will continue next year despite legal obstacles. Escudero suggest to Congress to allocate subsidy for unpaid GSIS, SSS, PhilHealth contributions of the network employees.[162]
  • September 4 – Senators criticized the exorbitant Makati City's P350-million allocation for the transfer of its urban planning office and data center to the allegedly overpriced P2.7-billion Makati City Hall Building 2.[163] The general contractor for the allegedly overpriced building clarified that the company did not give then Makati Mayor Jejomar Binay or any other city officials kickbacks.[164]
  • September 5 – Suspended Senator Juan Ponce Enrile entered a not guilty plea in the 15 counts of graft against him in connection with the pork barrel scam.[165]
  • September 8 – DPWH initially set plans for the demolition of Anda Circle in Manila and converted into an intersection to ease traffic and congestion near the port area.[166]
  • September 10:
    • President Aquino III lead the handover of the draft of the Bangsamoro Basic Law to the Senate and House leaders in a historical turnover ceremony at the Malacañang.[167]
    • Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago walked out from the Commission on Appointments Foreign Affairs Committee hearing after Congressman Rodolfo Fariñas questioned her authority to continue with the hearing without a quorum. He first asked if the hearing was a public hearing or if it was a meeting of the Committee for proper recommending the appointment of the official to the plenary.[168]
  • September 14:
    • At least 70 people are still missing after the ferry MV Maharlika II sinks off the Philippines island of Leyte.[169][170]
    • Typhoon Luis hits the northeast Philippines with warnings of potential floods and landslides.[171]
  • September 15Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHILVOLCS) issued Alert Level 3 or "Quick Alert" for Mayon Volcano after it showed signs of relative signs of restlessness.[172]
  • September 18 – Vice President Jejomar Binay delivered a 20-minute address to answer the allegations of the overpriced P2.7-billion Makati City Hall Building 2. He said the charges of corruption against him were “all lies” and testimony on them in the Senate would not stand up in court.[173]
  • September 19 – 18 dead, 16 injured and 104,000 families were affected after heavy rains and floods due to Tropical Storm Mario and the intensified southwest monsoon shuts down Metro Manila.[174]
  • September 22 – PNP Chief Director General Alan Purisima faces graft, plunder and indirect bribery complaints over an allegedly undervalued property and the renovation of a multi-million residence at the general police headquarters in Camp Crame.[175]
  • September 30 – Senator Grace Poe quizzed Philippine National Police chief Director General Alan Purisima’s purchase of a Land Cruiser for only P1.5 million. During the hearing of the Senate committee on public order and dangerous drugs, Poe said a Land Cruiser normally costs P4 million to P7 million.[176]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Typhoon Ruby hit the Philippines on December 6–10, 2014.

National holidays[edit]

The 2014 Chinese New Year was the first time that the event was declared as a national holiday.

In late September 2013, the government had already announced at least 18 Philippine holidays for 2014 as declared by virtue of Proclamation No. 655, series of 2013.[226][227][228] Note that in the list, holidays in italics are "special non-working holidays," those in bold are "regular holidays," and those in non-italics and non-bold are "special holidays for schools."

In addition, several other places observe local holidays, such as the foundation of their town. These are also "special days."

Business and economy[edit]

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is the central bank of the Philippines.
The Asian Development Bank headquarters in Mandaluyong City.
  • April 1 – In the Asian Development Bank's publication Asian Development Outlook 2014, the bank cites that the economy will continue to grow 6.4% in 2014, and 6.7% in 2015.[236]
  • April 3 – The country's overall ranking in the World Economic Forum's Enabling Trade Index improved from 72nd to 64th ranking. From said the index, the Philippines ranks fifth lagging behind its Southeast Asian neighbors: Singapore (ranked 1st), Malaysia (ranked 25th), Thailand (ranked 57th), and Indonesia (ranked 58th).[237]
  • April 4
  • April 9International Monetary Fund projected that the Philippine economy will grow to 6.5% this year and in 2015. IMF also cited that the Philippines will be one of the few ASEAN economies that will outperform other economies in the region.[240]
  • April 10 – The country hosted the ASEAN Economic Community forum, which aimed to discuss the opportunities and advantages of the ASEAN integration in 2015.[241]
  • April 21Compagnie Française d'Assurance pour le Commerce Extérieur named the Philippines as one of the 10 new emerging countries due to its high growth potential, favorable business environment, good production prospects, and sufficient financing to support expansion.[242]
  • May 1 – In an International Labour Organization report, the Philippines was recorded to have the highest unemployment rate among all ASEAN countries. As of 2013, the country recorded a 7.3% unemployment rate.[243]
  • May 8 – S&P upgraded the Philippines' credit rating from "BBB-" to "BBB" with a stable outlook.[244]
  • May 10 – Merchandise exports grew up by 11.2% last March 2014 due to strong demands of major commodities, according to the PSA.[245]
  • May 21-23 – For the first time, the Philippines hosted the World Economic Forum on East Asia. This year's edition of the WEF on East Asia discussed key issues on the economy in Asian countries. The 3-day forum was held at the Makati Shangri-La in Makati City. Aside from the WEF, the country also hosted the 10th ASEAN Finance Ministers' Investors Summit.[246]
  • June 9 – The Department of Agriculture started their investigation on the higher prices of garlic in retail markets.[247]
  • July 2 – The Philippines signed a free-trade declaration with the ministers of the European Free Trade Association.[248]

Health[edit]

The photo above is a similar case of Psoriasis that caused panic in Pangasinan after it was identified as a flesh-eating disease. It was later announced as a hoax.
  • February 25 – The Department of Health (DOH) confirmed that the mysterious flesh-eating disease affecting two persons in the province of Pangasinan was a hoax. DOH also clarified that the two individuals were in fact affected by leprosy, and a severe case of psoriasis. The said disease was first reported on Bandila, a late night news program broadcast by ABS-CBN, on February 24.[255][256] The news created fear among the public. It also became a hot topic online as the mysterious disease was said to be part of a prophecy by a self-titled Indian prophet Vincent Selvakumar of the Voice of Jesus Ministries who visited the country last April 2013. Julius Babao, one of the anchors of the news program, later clarified on February 25 that it was not their intention to ignite fear among the public. He further added, "It is not the program's intention to scare the public but to report the information we gathered so that authorities would give appropriate action."[255] On February 27, ABS-CBN issued an official statement that was broadcast on the same program apologizing for the fear and panic caused by the report that was broadcast on February 24. The network also added that their internal ombudsman office will look into the false report, and will take appropriate actions based on the findings of the network's ombudsman.[257] On February 28, the provincial government of Pangasinan demanded for an apology from ABS-CBN. The provincial government said that the false news report had greatly damaged the province's tourism sector.[258]
  • March 24 – The government launched PhilHealth's "Alaga Ka para sa Maayos na Buhay" program, or known simply as "Alaga Ka", that is estimated to provide 14.7 million indigent families access to primary health services.[259]
  • March 28 – In a report presented by DOH, cases of multidrug resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) increased to 10,000 cases in Northern Mindanao.[260]
  • April 3 – DOH reported an increase of 486 HIV/AIDS cases in February, of which 82% were men who had sex with men (MSM) cases. A total of 934 cases were reported this year.[261]
  • April 7 – DOH officials including Secretary Enrique Ona and Assistant Secretary Eric Tayag led the "Mosquito Dance" for the prevention of mosquito-carrying diseases in part of the annual World Health Day and the founding anniversary of the World Health Organization.[262]
  • April 14 – DFA officials confirmed that an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in the United Arab Emirates died of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) on April 10.[263] Five OFWs who have also acquired the virus are undergoing quarantine procedures.[264]
  • April 16 – An OFW who returned from Al Ain City, United Arab Emirates was found positive of the MERS-CoV at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). The said person was tested for the said virus in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) but immediately travelled to Manila. Doctors from UAE later contacted DOH confirming the condition of the OFW. The said OFW, who was working as a nurse in the UAE, had contact with the Filipino paramedic who had died recently in the said country. The OFW together with four of his family members who fetched him at the airport were quarantined.[265][266] In a press release on April 19, DOH announced that the OFW who was found by UAE doctors positive of MERS-CoV was found negative of the virus in an subsequent test by Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM). Explaining further with the test, Secretary Ona explained, "Since ten days had lapsed from the reported testing date at the UAE, our task force right away got in touch with him and decided to perform a test on him, and fortunately, as well for the comfort of everybody, the findings of our Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, he tested negative."[267] In the said press release, DOH also announced that they are tracking all other 414 passengers of Etihad Airways Flight 424 (the flight the OFW took from Abu Dhabi, UAE to Manila) in order to be tested.[267][268] As of April 29, 400 passengers were already contacted, of whom 371 were already tested and were found to be negative. The remaining 14 passengers have yet to be contacted.[269]
  • May 15 – The Network to Stop Aids Philippines (NSAP) wants the DOH to stop the planned implementation of mandatory HIV testing. NSAP says the testing would lead to discrimination against those who may be found infected with the dreaded virus.[270]
  • June 4-8 – The National Kidney and Transplant Institute's hemodialysis center was temporarily shut down after patients suffered chills when they used their dialysis machines. In June 9, the center partially opens. DOH continues to investigate into the matter.[271]
  • August 1 – The DFA has issued the Alert Level 1 status in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, the areas in West Africa who has already declared an outbreak of the ebola virus. DOH tightened monitoring measures in key ports in the country.[272]

Broadcasting and entertainment[edit]

University of Santo Tomas, the organizer of the yearly USTv Students' Choice Awards.

Theater, culture and the arts[edit]

  • April 2426 – 2014 Aliwan Fiesta was held at Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City. Lumad Basakanon representing the Sinulog Festival of Cebu hailed as the streetdance champion of this year's fiesta. Steffi Aberasturi from Cebu crowned as the Reyna ng Aliwan 2014, the sixth straight time a Cebuana won the pageant.[320]
  • May 1 – Young actor Enchong Dee named as the ambassador of the National Commission for Culture & Arts for the celebration of the National Heritage Month.[321]
  • May 822 – "I Am Love Marie" art exhibit featuring paintings of actress Heart Evangelista was held at the Artist Space, Ayala Museum, Makati City.[322]
  • May 27Makati City was celebrated their 344th founding anniversary with a Cultural Presentation of the Makateños grand parade at the city's business district. The Grand Parade was featured several fiesta held in the country, including the Sinulog, Dinagyang, Ati-Atihan, Kadayawan, Maskara and Caracol festivals.[323]
  • June 20August 31 – After their successful first run, Philippine Educational Theater Association's theater play "Rak of Aegis" based on the songs rendered by the Aegis band was started their second run held at the PETA Phinma Theater, Quezon City. Aicelle Santos, Robert Seña, Isay Alvarez and Arnell Ignacio led the cast of the hit theater play.[324]
  • June 1722 – Theater play "Stomp", last seen in the country in 2011 was re-shown in Manila for the second time at the CCP Complex, Pasay City.[325]
  • June 20 – President Aquino III has named six newly proclaimed National Artists, they are Alice Reyes (for Dance), Francisco Coching (for Visual Arts), Cirilo Bautista (for Literature), Francisco Feliciano (for Music), Ramon Santos (for Music) and Jose Maria Zaragoza (for Architecture, Design and Allied Arts).[326]
  • November 29 – Miss Philippines Jamie Herrell was crowned Miss Earth 2014 at the pageant held at the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman Theater in Quezon City.[327]

Sports[edit]

Michael Christian Martinez, the first Southeast Asian and Filipino figure skater to take part in the Winter Olympics.
Manny Pacquiao is the only boxer who had held eight titles during his professional boxing career.

Deaths[edit]

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