The spate of killings in Mindanao is expected to continue after Congress and Senate approved on Wednesday the extension of martial law, a militant Moro group said, noting that it is being used by President Rodrigo Duterte to cling in power.
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A portrait of injustice displayed by progressive organizations in Davao City as they commemorate on Monday, December 10, 2018, the International Human Rights Day. The group led by Karapatan-SMR said a high number of human rights violations have been committed by state forces in the region in pursuit of their intensified operations against the communist groups. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
“As soon as the courts open, we will exert all legal remedies to correct the situation and the narrative: that Ka Satur was just trying to help the beleaguered lumad students in Talaingod.”
Ngilngig is a Visayan word that has multiple meanings.
A farm to table enterprise would be the best idea for young agri-entrepreneurs said John Tria, vice president of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Inc. (DCCCII) in a press briefing on Wednesday at Habi at Kape.
A clinic appointment app that was developed by a Davao-based startup company is set to be launched in Manila.
The Philippine Women’s College (PWC) in cooperation with Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and National Commission on Indigenous Peoples XI (NCIP) officially opened this year’s National Indigenous Peoples Month (NIPM) on Wednesday at RSM Event Center.
If before depression mostly affects senior citizens, now the Philippine Mental Health Associate (PMHA) said it has moved back dozens of steps starting as early as 9 years old.
To increase awareness on mental health and illness in the Davao Region, a Mental Health Fair (MHF) will be held starting on October 9 at Abreeza Activity Center.
Talikala, a non-government organization (NGO) that helps prostituted women and children, held a film forum for this year’s Day of No Prostitution on Friday.