As a nation, we must create a more just society catered to the most vulnerable—and that is our children, because protecting our children, means ensuring a future with hope.
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For this year’s International Day of the Landless, we at PCFS reiterate the calls for land for the farmers, farm workers, indigenous peoples and small-scale food producers of the world, for an end to killings, militarism and repression aimed at food sovereignty activists, and for the junking of mega-trade deals which monopoly-capitalists are trying to foist on the world.
President Rodrigo Duterte shares a light moment with US Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim following their meeting at the Presidential Guest House in Davao City on March 27, 2017. (Ace Morandante/Presidential Photo)
Statement from the Assumption College of Davao on the 72nd birthday of President Rodrigo Duterte
To strengthen and expand its membership, the state-run Social Security System is eyeing to implement a mandatory membership for overseas Filipino workers.
A total of 169 hatchlings of pawikan (marine turtles) were released along the shore of the Cleanergy Park here last week.
A technical problem and a bird caught inside a power station caused two sudden power interruptions Sunday, says the Davao Light and Power Company.
A P700-million drug rehabilitation center will soon rise in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. The Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Center has around 500-800 capacity inside a five-hectare land.
President Rodrigo Duterte thanks the crowd after delivering his speech during the celebration of the Kaamulan Festival in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon on Saturday, March 25, 2017. (Rene Lumawag/Presidential Photo)
Statement of support of the Assumption College of Davao on the reappointment of progressive cabinet members