About Office of Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process or OPAPP is the office mandated to oversee, coordinate, and integrate the implementation of the comprehensive peace process. The agency was created through executive order no. 125, s. 1993 which was later amended in 2001 with the signing of executive order no. 3, s. 2001 as a reaffirmation of the government’s commitment to achieving just and lasting peace through a comprehensive peace process.

Government is relentless to achieve ‘steady supplies’ of vaccines by April-May – Galvez

PASIG CITY — The government is working aggressively to ensure that the country will have a stable supply of vaccines starting April or May and onwards to stamp out COVID-19 and achieve sustainable health security in the near future, according to COVID 19 Chief Implementer and vaccine czar Carlito G. Galvez Jr. (more…)


Greetings of peace!

As we celebrate National Women’s Month, I would like to commend all our women peacebuilders, peacekeepers and peace advocates who have been our key partners in moving forward the Philippine’s comprehensive peace process. (more…)

PH receives additional 38,400 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines; provides major boost to nation’s inoculation program

VILLAMOR AIRBASE, PASAY CITY — The country’s immunization program against COVID-19 received another shot in the arm with the arrival on Sunday night, March 7, of an additional 38,400 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines. (more…)

487,200 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from COVAX facility on route to PH, rollout begins tomorrow for senior citizen healthcare workers

PASIG CITY (04 March 2021) — With the arrival of the 487,200 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from Europe tonight, National Task Force against COVID-19 Chief Implementer and vaccine czar Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. is optimistic the government will be able to inoculate all of the country’s healthcare workers within this month or April. (more…)

PH govt continues vaccine rollout in different hospitals, prioritizes healthcare workers nationwide amidst limited supply

MARIKINA CITY (04 March 2021) –The Philippine government is determined to inoculate all healthcare workers within a month despite the limited supply of vaccines, as this will ensure the stability of the country’s healthcare system. (more…)

PH inoculates 2,793 Filipinos on first two days of vaccine rollout; eyes to immunize 2M healthcare workers in March

PASIG CITY (03 MARCH 2020) — A total of 2,793 individuals received their first COVID-19 vaccine shot in 11 hospitals throughout the National Capital Region. (more…)

PH to officially begin vaccine rollout; PRRD leads PH govt in receiving first batch of COVID 19 vaccines

PASAY CITY — The Philippines will officially begin its national immunization program on March 1 with the arrival of the first batch of vaccines donated by the People’s Republic of China on Sunday. (more…)