Davao City will host the Livelihood Exchange (LIVEX) 2015 this August 18-21.
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More than 15 million families will be included in the assessment by the Department of Social Welfare and Development to identify how many of them belong to poor households for the government’s poverty database by year-end.
Six Mindanao provinces made it to the top 10, four of which dominated the top five, of the 2015 Cities and Municipalities Competitive Index of the National Competitiveness Council (NCC).
A public school in the Island Garden City of Samal joined the National School Deworming Day held last Wednesday.
A militant labor group said President Benigno Aquino III’s endorsement of Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas is only meant to grant Aquino immunity after his term ends.
Police authorities apprehended on Monday night a suspected drug dealer in possession of P92,000-worth of suspected shabu during a buy bust operation in Lanang this city.
Forty-five faculty members of University of the Philippines in Mindanao (UPMin) participated in a mentor development training a week before classes start.
The Migrante – Middle East hit the Aquino administration for the “undocumented” death of a Filipino worker in United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to “lack of government welfare programs” and “poor services.”
The Department of Labor and Employment recently turned over to the City Government of Tagum a unit of Job Search Kiosk (JSK) which provides easier access for job-hunting.
Media members here shared their views and dismay during President Aquino’s last State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday.
Gabriela Women’s Party hit President Aquino for “refusing” to take accountability for the rise of poverty, unemployment, and his “loan-heavy” conditional-cash transfer (CCT) program during his last State of the Nation Address (SONA).
A public health and environment advocacy group launches a children’s book discussing the dangers of toxic lead.