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Learners In Typhoon-Hit Southern Leyte To Hold Classes In Tents

Some students in Southern Leyte are having their class in tents while their classrooms are being repaired.

Antique Cops’ Outreach Program To Serve IPs

An a agreement between San Jose de Buenavista town police and the San Jose Multi-Purpose Cooperative will be about their feeding and gift-giving program for over 30 families and 50 children.

DSWD Urges Agencies, LGUs To Use Updated Indigents List

In order to give every family that are struggling in Eastern Visayas assistance, the Department of Social Welfare and Development is encouraging local government units to update their list so they can use it as a basis.

1.87M Western Visayas Residents Receive Their National IDs

1.87 million Philippine Identification cards were delivered to the residents in Western Visayas, while 126,167 are still being delivered.

Antique Town Livestock Raisers Open Own Meat Shop

Members of the Sibalom Livestock and Poultry Raisers Association have opened a meat shop at the public market in their town so that the hogs of meat that they can't sell could easily be disposed.

Western Visayas Cacao Industry Supported With Better Technology

Cacao production in Western Visayas gets the support of the Department of Trade and Industry to improve the harvest.

Trade Fair Helps Antique MSMEs Market Local Products

Antiqueños are encouraged to patronize local products as the province joins in the national observance of the Buwan ng Wika celebration this August.

Negros Occidental, Diocese Of Bacolod Partner For Tree-Growing Project

The Negros Occidental provincial government partnered with the Diocese of Bacolod for a tree-growing project that will be carried out by students from various schools in the province.

Bacolod Kids Urged To Get Vaxxed For In-Person Classes

Bacolod City Health Office advises parents to vaccinate their children against the coronavirus as a precautionary measure before opening classes this August.

School In Remote Village In Antique Builds Makeshift Classrooms

Six temporary classrooms are being constructed by parents and locals in the isolated village of Antique as part of the Brigada Eskwela school preparation initiative this school year.

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