A Davao Today journalist has been named as one of the eight young leaders from Mindanao chosen to get a four-month bespoke leadership program in New Zealand.
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Two big countries in Asia have now signified their interest in putting up an industrial park in the City as confirmed by the Chairman of the Committee of International Relations of the City Council.
The 19th Council of the Sangguniang Panlungsod has approved the release of the supplemental budget for 2019-2020.
Task Force Davao reiterates its statement that there should be a “bible of security protocol” before the authorities can declare additional areas under the maximum security zones.
Showcasing the culture and tradition of the various tribes of Davao is the highlight of this year’s colorful and much-awaited Indak-Indak sa Kadayawan.
Banana industry players reiterate their call to create a Philippine Banana Industry Council and Banana Research and Development Center saying it will benefit local growers and boost the region’s banana industry.
Like other women of society, the Lumad women have taken various roles in their society. From farming to raising children while their husbands go hunting, they have also taken a wider role of being the voice of their communities.
The city government is now in its third sisterhood agreement with the People’s Republic of China for possible potential areas of cooperation.
Local government employees here will soon be receiving their performance bonus as the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and Department of Budget and Management (DBM) have given their go signal.
Amidst the declaration a national dengue epidemic, the Department of Health (DOH) puts Davao Region 11 in alert status.