A Catholic bishop and social activist who lived in Bacolod in Negros Occidental in the Philippines
Public Service Awardees
Recognized for outstanding service for the public good by a private citizen.
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A Japanese farmer and philosopher celebrated for his natural farming and re-vegetation of desertified lands
A medical doctor who discovered that the high incidence of HIV-AIDS in China’s Henan province was due to the profitable but reckless business of selling human blood
A Negrense whose socio-economic initiatives in behalf of the settler farmers were capped in August 1969 with the inauguration of the Daconcogon Sugar and Rice Milling Company
A Filipina theater artist who devised a practical program for a national theatre and founded the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) in 1967
A painter who has made a life-long profession to preserve Thailand’s national artistic tradition, and through painting, restoration, writing and teaching, enlivening it with a future
A refugee Chinese Catholic priest in South Vietnam, led a militia called the Sea Swallows that carved out an anticommunist enclave in the Viet Cong's Ca Mau Peninsula stronghold.
A British Christian medical missionary who traveled to India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Baluchistan to provide ophthalmologic surgery and care
Together with his father, he led medical missions and treated blindness in the hinterlands of Pakistan.
A Pakistani human rights lawyer and activist who co-founded and chaired the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan