An alliance of doctors and health workers urges the Department of Health (DOH) to set up a minimum of one testing center per region to speed up the testing for COVID-19.
Affected by the civil war between the government and Communist rebels and often becoming victims of various human rights violations, the Manobo indigenous people still decide to stay in the evacuation center at the heart of Davao for their safety and for accessing government services.
A strong spiritual belief is better than relying on the physical representations of one’s faith, a devotee who credits his health recovery to the Black Nazarene reminded his fellow faithful as they celebrate the religious figure’s feast day Thursday (Jan. 9).
She was only eight when she started helping her father make ends meet for the family. Now 12, she still works alongside adults in Bantayan Island.
His photography shows the grit and emotion of workers’ strikes, farmers and indigenous people “bakwits” driven from the hinterland, urban poor communities fighting for their homes.
Responses to the recent earthquakes in Mindanao prove that children also have their own way of helping others.
Candidates of the Ms. Earth 2019 beauty pageant visited Misamis Oriental’s prime tourist destinations during their two-day tour Tuesday (Oct. 8).
The office of the Consulate-General of Japan has announced the extension of their services for visa application with the proposed plan to establish an outlet in Davao City.
The Pasalubong Center is eyeing providing a portion of its space as a marketing center of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
A Davao Today journalist has been named as one of the eight young leaders from Mindanao chosen to get a four-month bespoke leadership program in New Zealand.