award winning

<span>Bennielita "Bennie" Sanchez talks with lola Nenita Padilla, 61, who is resting in her sister's house in Cavite in this photo taken October 1, 2016. Bennie has made it her life mission to rescue homeless elderly folk off the streets and reunite them with their families. This photo won Gold in the Best Feature Photography, Asian Media Awards, Publish Asia 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. </span>
<span>Children wait outside the Gasangan World Mission Community in Baseco, a sprawling community of informal settlers in Tondo, Manila, to get their share of free meals. This photo won the Most Outstanding Photograph in the 2016 Save the Children Media Awards in Quezon City.</span>
<span>Startled by gunfire, a cow jumps over these men engaged in war games at the Philippine Naval Station in San Antonio, Zambales, October 9, 2015. 

This photo won the award for Excellence in News Photography in the 2016 Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Editorial Awards in Hong Kong.</span>
<span>A family makes its home on a street in Makati City, the site of the country's top financial district on October 27, 2014. Millions of FIlipinos go to bed hungry despite the soaring economy, according to the latest survey of the Social Weather Stations. 
This photo won the award for Excellence in News Photography in the 2015 Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Editorial Awards in Hong Kong.</span>
<span>The rooftop serves as veritable Noah's Ark of a few animals-cats, dogs, chickens and ducks-after the owners abandoned the submerged house in Barangay Gugo, Calumpit, Bulacan, October 1, 2011. Unfortunately, rescue workers could only evacuate humans.</span>
<span>A devotee of the Black Nazarene is carried out of harm's way after collapsing at the start of the procession at the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta, January 9, 2009.</span>
<span>Crucial witness to the ZTE broadband deal, Rodolfo Noel "Jun" Lozada surrounded by nuns surfaces during a press conference held at the La Salle Greenhills, San Juan on February 7, 2008.</span>
<span>Special forces assault the Peninsula Hotel in Makati City on November 29, 2007. Renegade Philippine soldiers who had holed up in the hotel calling for the overthrow of the government surrendered after elite forces battered down the door and fired tear gas into the lobby. </span>
<span>A view of Mayon volcano from the commercial plane emits smoke as thin as scattered cloud trail envelope the Bicol region.</span>
<span>Philippine Army soldiers escort teachers carrying ballot boxes on their way to the Madalum Central Elementary School after the special elections in a precinct in Linuk Madrasah on May 26, 2007. The ballot boxes will later be brought to Marawi City for consolidated canvassing.</span>
<span>Pedro Malate carries his 2-year old son Miguel as he wanders aimlessly around where his house once stood in Barangay Tagas, Daraga, Albay province on December 2, 2006. Big boulders of rocks and mud that flowed from Mt. Mayon Volcano, swept away Pedro's house during the height of typhoon Reming.</span>
<span>Militants and peasant groups clash with anti-riot police as they reach Mendiola Bridge in Manila expressing their outrage against the spate of political killings of mass activists and the failure of the Comprehensive Agragrian Reform Program (CARP). </span>