Author Archives: Kenneth Paul Senarillos

4 days ago

AGRARIAN REFORM

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AGRARIAN REFORM

Fely Bonghanoy, 66, washes bananas as part of the production process of a 145-hectare plantation facility in Tagum City. In March 2017, Bonghanoy and the rest of Madaum Agricultural Reform Beneficiaries Association Inc were given the right to collectively own the said property. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

5 days ago

TEMPORARY HOME

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TEMPORARY HOME

A make-shift tent is 62-year-old Barcelina Paulo’s temporary shelter in front of Department of Agrarian Reform’s (DAR) regional office in Tagum City. Since September 27, 2017, Paulo and other farmers have been asking DAR to expedite installation orders that would give them tracks of land covered by the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

6 days ago

WAITING

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WAITING

Juanito Limuta, 71, sits by the hammock together with other farmers protesting infront of the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) provincial office in Tagum City on November 11, 2017. The farmers demand that the DAR releases an installation order that will enable them to own lands said to be part of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

3 weeks ago

OLD STROLLER

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OLD STROLLER

Senior citizen Daria Te, 70, recycles her grandchild’s old stroller which she turns into a makeshift mobile store to sell chips and bottled drinks at the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal in Ecoland, Davao City. On Sunday, October 29, she takes the opportunity to earn P50 to P100 as passengers flock the terminal for the observance of the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. Te’s earnings finances the needs of her six grandchildren and her medication. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

3 weeks ago

MORE BUSES

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MORE BUSES

South-bound buses fill a street near the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal in Ecoland on Saturday, October 28 as a man bikes freely on the other lane. The heavy traffic is caused by the influx of passengers as they go home to their respective provinces to observe All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

4 weeks ago

ENTERPRISING

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ENTERPRISING

Lyna Mandayanon, 45, sells Agsam bracelet at the entrance of a nature park in Calinan, Davao city to support her eight-year-old daughter’s schooling. She opts to sell bracelets at the park due to lesser competition. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

4 weeks ago

‘KING OF FRUITS’

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‘KING OF FRUITS’

Jaime Ruar, 73, sorts out the durians he purchased from Toril district before selling it at the Bangkerohan Public Market in Davao City on Saturday, October 21. His truck contains P80,000-worth of durian, from which he expects to earn P200,000. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

1 month ago

TRANSPORT STRIKE

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TRANSPORT STRIKE

Several groups rally in downtown Davao City to protest against the national government’s plan to implement the modernization of jeepneys in the country, to which they say could displace at least 600,000 drivers. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)

1 month ago

SLOW DAY

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SLOW DAY

A closed-cab tricycle passes a usually busy thoroughfare of Douglas MacArthur highway in Toril, Davao City during the transport strike on Monday, October 16. (Kenneth Paul Senarillos / davaotoday.com)