More than 3,000 individuals from three areas in Davao Oriental have to evacuate from their homes due to hours of heavy rains since Monday night due to Tropical Depression Chedeng.
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The El Niño has already affected around 13,000 farmers in the province according to the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist.
Residents in landslide-prone areas in Davao City were advised for pre-emptive evacuation due to heavy rains brought by the Tropical Depression Chedeng.
The Gabriela Women’s Party (GWP) rebuffed the advice of President Rodrigo Duterte to women to stay away from priests amid allegations of sexual abuse against them.
From Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte, Miriam Roda, along with her fellow union members, travelled to this city to join other women in a protest rally on Friday, March 8. She chose to be in the picket line that day, in solidarity with other toiling women commemorating the International Women’s Day.
The IGDD deals with around 10 to 15 VAW clients in a day, on top of new cases reported, according to Mandin.
Poor Filipinos are not happy with the 3.8% inflation rate as the surge of prices of basic commodities in the past months have already put them into indebtedness and worsened poverty, a progressive lawmaker said.
Over 100 contractual workers of Holcim Philippines Inc., Davao Plant were illegally terminated despite a regularization order coming from the regional office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).
A wanted drug personality from Davao del Norte province was killed in a reported shootout following a buy-bust operation in a drug den in Davao City on Monday evening, March 4.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in region 11 (PDEA-11), together with different local government units (LGUs) led the launching of the first drug reformation center called Balay Silangan in Davao del Norte on Friday, March 1 at the Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS).