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Baste Opens 37th Kadayawan Festival, Urges Public To Observe MPHS

The weeklong festival in Davao City is open to residents and tourist to enjoy the festivities while practicing minimum public health standards.

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.

DOST-Aided Firm ‘Most Outstanding Small Enterprise’ In Davao

Assisted by the Department of Science and Technology, a bakeshop in Davao del Sur was recognize as the most outstanding small business in the region.

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.

BARMM Hails PBBM Support To Mindanao Peace

Interim Chief Minister Ahod Ebrahim of the Bangsamoro Region expressed his gratitude to the new administration for its support of the Mindanao peace process.

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.

Soccsksargen Regional Hospital Opens

The Soccsksargen General Hospital has opened its doors to provide healthcare to the public and coronavirus patients.

1K Narra Trees Planted At Northern Negros Natural Park

Over 1,000 trees were planted in Gawahon EcoPark in Victorias City as part of the 17th anniversary of the Northern Negros Natural Park.

Zamboanga City Wants Children In Face-To-Face Classes Vaxxed, Boosted

City Health Officer in Zamboanga City remind schools that their students should be fully vaccinated and have their booster when they attend their face-to-face set up this coming school year.

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