A Lumad leader and a farmer-activists were gunned down in separate incidents in the province of Bukidnon.
Author Archives: KEN E. CAGULA
This year’s upcoming Kadayawan Festival will be a month-long celebration for the City.
The highest incidence of acute malnutrition among children remained to be recorded in far flung communities in Paquibato District, according to City Health Office (CHO) Nutrition Division on Thursday.
Davao City Tourism Officer Generose Tecson shows the IDs issued by the Department of Tourism for accredited tour guides. At the I-speak press conference on Thursday, July 4, 2019, Tecson urged the public to avail tour services only of individuals and groups accredited by the City Government. (Ken E. Cagula/davaotoday.com)
Children’s advocacy groups once again reject the move of Senator Tito Sotto for refiling the bill to lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility (MACR) on the opening of Congress last July 1.
The progressive Makabayan coalition refiled various bills on the 18th Congress’ opening last Monday focusing on increase salaries for teachers and employees, along with increase in pensions for retirees.
The National Nutrition Council (NNC) in the region is closely monitoring preschoolers in the province of Davao Occidental, where government’s data shows the highest number of children were undernourished.
The progressive Makabayan bloc will field their own member, Bayan Muna Party-list Representative Carlos Isagani Zarate for the Speakership of the 18th Congress.
Twelve barangays in the city were identified by the City Health Office (CHO) as “dengue hotspots” with most of the 937 dengue cases found in this areas in the first half of this year.
Human rights advocates and lawyers welcomed the recent statement by United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet expressing concern on the human rights situation in the Philippines and a need for an independent probe on extrajudicial killings.