Some teachers in the country have to cross rivers and mountains just to be able to reach a community that has never seen a teacher or has not known education.
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Carina Sajonia, advocacy officer of Talikala Inc shows on Wednesday, October 4 a tarpaulin where women and children in prostitution in Davao City wrote what they wanted government to do to help them out of the sex trade. Most of them said they wanted to get education and regular job. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)
To unfold the alarming cases of prostitution in Davao City, non-governmental organization Talikala Inc. has produced a documentary film of three young girls involved in the sex trade.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – A non-governmental organization received a report that a social media network has become a platform for…
Department of Energy (DOE) officials announced Tuesday, October 3, that the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) for Mindanao will be fully operational by second quarter of 2018.
Energy Undersecretary Felix William B. Fuentebella explains the Department of Energy’s “paradigm shift” in energy development and energy utilization during the “E-Power Mo” launching at the Grand Regal Hotel in Lanang, Davao City on Tiesday, October 3. The campaign aims to empower and educate consumers in utilizing energy resources. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)
A 300-kilowatt solar farm project deal between local and foreign private companies is about to be signed this year.
Early detection of symptoms of breast cancer remains the most effective way of treating the disease, Dr. Josephine Villafuerte of the City Health Office (CHO) said in a phone interview on Monday, October 2.
The local government here is keen on claiming the title as the Chocolate Capital of the Philippines as it opens on Monday, October 2, the Cacao City cafe to showcase the cacao products of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) here.
Human rights group Karapatan, while welcoming the pilot monitoring hub for the compliance of the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) here, said on Monday, October 2, it should include cases of extrajudicial killings of activists.