The Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) is closely coordinating with implementing agencies to maximize infrastructure monitoring and advisory groups in ensuring that government projects in Mindanao are completed on time.
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The government is eyeing on improving the disaster resiliency of small technology-based businesses which were provided with start-up funds.
After bagging the first two posts in top notchers list of the June 2018 Criminology Licensure Exam (CLE), the University of Mindanao was honored with the Employer of the Year for Mindanao Award by the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP).
A children’s rights organization here has asked the city government to establish the Special Office for Children’s Concerns (SOCC), which has long been stipulated in the children’s code but remained unimplemented.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) here attempts to popularize science and technology to the communities by presenting local technologies that have been already tested and adapted locally by local business and groups.
Davaoeños and tourists alike can expect increased supply of durian at this year’s Kadayawan Festival.
With the goal of bringing science to the grassroots level, the annual National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) set to be held at SMX Convention Center, SM Lanang on July 6-8, will showcase the capacity of science experts to inspire a greater appreciation for local technologies.
Despite the city’s winning streak as the most child-friendly city, the ordinance promoting children’s welfare was “inefficiently implemented” and largely ignored.
As the month of July signals the launch of the nationwide Nutrition Month Celebration, the National Nutrition Council (NNC) along with its partnering agencies, is reviving its campaign in promoting household gardening as a means to combat the prevalence of malnutrition particularly among Filipino children.
The Department of Energy (DOE) here cracked down again on the use of liquefied petroleum gas- refilled canisters and confiscated a total of 6, 907 LPG-in various public markets within the second quarter of the year.