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The military claimed they captured two volunteer Lumad school teachers in an encounter with guerrilla forces in Paquibato District, a claim disputed by the Save Our Schools Network as another propaganda spin to discredit Lumad schools.
Davao City has reverted back to general community quarantine (GCQ) starting November 20 due to the “alarming” rise of coronavirus transmission.
Here is the transcript of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s State of the City Address (SOCA) 2020 from the Davao City Information Office.
With nearly a millions Filipinos in Luzon affected in the aftermath of three successive typhoons (Quinta, Rolly and Ulysses), organizations and institutions in Davao City are organizing relief drives and calling out Davawenyos to help.
Last November 7, I visited Salu-Salo Agroecology Festival: Pagkain Para sa Lahat, a community market organized by the Agroecology Exchange, Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, Amihan National Federation of Peasant Women, Bantay Bigas, and other food security and peasant organizations at the Sagul Malingap Foodpark, Quezon City.
Through 15 years of telling stories of the fringes in Davao and other parts of Mindanao, photographs had helped captured the moments and emotions of the story.
The year 2020 marks the 15th anniversary of Davao Today. Amid the social and health crisis we face today, comes a time of our role for the reading public.
A teacher solon slammed the government’s anti-insurgency task force head who presented on Tuesday’s Senate hearing an “accomplishment” of closing down 75 Lumad schools.
The New People’s Army Southern Mindanao claimed foul that one of their leaders was murdered by state operatives Cebu while recuperating from an undisclosed illness.