An activist who was expected to join the 154th Bonifacio Day protest rally here on Thursday, November 30, was gunned down a day earlier in Compostela Valley province.
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A group is urging the local government to look into the “disturbing plight” of the children of the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) from Davao City.
The biggest fire that happened in the city on November 24 caused more than P82 million in damages, a far cry from the initial estimate of P3 million.
From teenage pregnancy to poverty, 30 participants aged 12 to 17 discuss issues affecting children in various villages in Davao region during a forum organized by Act Children’s Alliance in Davao City on Tuesday, November 28. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano / davaotoday.com)
When teenagers and advocates gathered to celebrate the National Children’s month here, they skipped the drug menace and focused on what they knew and experienced the harshest: selling their bodies to survive
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Region 11 has destroyed on Monday, November 27 more than P23 million-worth of illegal drugs seized in the region.
The human rights group Karapatan here said they recorded the 55th case of political killing in the region two days after President Rodrigo Duterte formally ended the talks with the communists.
Ambassador of Israel to the Philippines Ephraim Ben Matityau receives a warm welcome from teachers and students of Mintal Comprehensive High School in Davao City. Matityau graces the ceremony for the launching of Capacity Building of Teachers on Project Innovation, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (iSTEAM) (More…) (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano / davaotoday.com)
About 2,900 senior high school students from Mintal Comprehensive High School here will soon benefit from a more holistic approach to learning core subjects in Mathematics and Science after their school was chosen to pilot the curriculum called Innovation, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics or I-Steam.
The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) said it is pushing to limit to five years the life span of the agribusiness venture agreements (AVAs) between agrarian reform beneficiaries and the private contracting sector.