To stem the tide of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome and the rising number of teenage pregnancy cases in the city, the Department of Health announced Monday that it would fast-track next year the distribution of condoms in public schools.
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A Moro councilor here condemned the recent skirmishes between the Syria government and rebels in Aleppo, Syria that displaced and killed thousands of civilians.
The Commission on Higher Education’s proposed P8.3 billion additional budget has been pushed by both the Senate and House of Representatives to grant free tuition in all state universities and colleges starting next year.
Datu Gombil Mansimuy-at wanted a doctor in their community, a wish he will not see happening after he died due to cholera on December 8 in their village in Talaingod town, Davao del Norte province.
The Jesuit-ran Ateneo de Davao University will adopt 3,473 drug-reformists under its newly launched Committee Against Illegal Drugs.
The government peace panel urged the Filipino migrants to participate in the third round of peace talks with the communist group as both groups are tackling essential issues on socio-economic reforms.
US ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim commiserated with the families, survivors, and the victims of the Roxas night market bombing during his visit at the blast site here Wednesday afternoon.
A city councilor here is planning to re-route public utility jeepneys to south bound area of the city in order to ease the traffic congestion.
The City Council approved on second reading the proposed P6,936,060,415 billion general fund annual budget for next year.
Some residents here are in favor of bringing back capital punishment in the country to curb criminality while others fear the poor will only suffer the backlash under what they dubbed as a “draconian measure” as showed in a random interview conducted by Davao Today.