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.
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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.
Various Davao media outlets gathered for the culmination ceremony of mass communication students’ internship training in Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) on Friday.
Industry leaders here are batting for a patronage to local coffee beans to promote sustainability of local coffee farming.
This city has increased its scholarship slots to the deserving poor students and the city mayor urged them to maximize the scholarship assistance extended by the city.
Mostly young Filipino voters went in droves clogging all voters’ registration stations spread across the city on the last day of voters’ registration on September 29, as the Commission on Elections noted a sharp increase in the number of application.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio delivers her second State of the City Address (SOCA), highlighting the continued gains of her administration on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, at the Sangguniang Panglungsod Sessional Hall. (Danielle Fanlo/davaotoday.com)
Sixty-seven-year old Ma. Cristina Teofilo walks with a limp as she keeps pace
with other senior citizens who are joining this annual commemoration of the Filipino Elderly Week on Monday.