The Office of the Vice Mayor, in partnership with the Davao Lady Lawyers Association (DALLAS), conducted a seminar here on Tuesday dubbed as “Davaoeña Ako!” to empower the people of Davao to break the cycle of violence against women and children.
Author Archives: DAVAO TODAY
Australian Professor Gill H. Boehringer is still being held at the Terminal 1 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport for almost a week now since Philippine authorities, particularly the Bureau of Immigration, denied him entry into the country on midnight of August 8, Wednesday.
A three-day fair that promotes domestic tourism would set its second leg here in time for the Kadayawan Festival.
The permits and other pertinent documents of the Center for Lumad Advocacy Networking and Services were in order and that there was no reason that its schools would shut down.
The human rights group Karapatan lauded the Manila Regional Trial Court that dropped the names of former Bayan Muna Rep. Satur Ocampo, peace consultant Rafael Baylosis, UN Special Rapporteur Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and lawyer Jose Molintas in the proscription petition filed by the Department of Justice in February 2018.
A research center that would aid policy makers in decision making would be launched in one of the state universities here.
The City Health Office (CHO) would immunize a total of 82,365 elementary and secondary students from different public schools here.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday signed into law the Philippine National Identification System Act which consolidates all government issued ID system into one.
Some 96 moms here simultaneously latched on and breastfed their babies on Sunday, August 5, in the city’s first ever conduct of the global breastfeeding event.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s term will end on 2022 and is not eligible to run, both in the current unitary setup and in a federal government, said the members of Consultative Committee (Concom) in a media forum on Federalism on Wednesday.