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.
Several netizens criticized the winning group of Indak-Indak Dance Competition for their costume, which they claim lack cultural sensitivity.
Like other women of society, the Lumad women have taken various roles in their society. From farming to raising children while their husbands go hunting, they have also taken a wider role of being the voice of their communities.
The Committee on Tourism of the Sangguniang Panlunsod now eyes the creation of a ‘Tourism Master Plan’ for the City as they see the need to “repackage” the tourism go-to-areas.
Local handicrafts made by inmates, or, Persons Deprived with Liberties (PDL), will be on sale to the public in time for the 34th Kadayawan festival celebration.
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio invites the public to take part in this year’s 34th Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival with the grandest month-long celebration of diverse Dabawenyo culture and tradition.
To preserve its flourishing marine flora and fauna, the provincial government of this island has urged divers and tourists to help them prevent the destruction of the coral reefs.
Davao’s homegrown Malagos Chocolate continues to earn recognition abroad following its multiple awards and commendations bagged at this year’s Academy of Chocolate (AoC) Awards in London.
The City Council Committee on Tourism eyes to promote resorts in Marilog and Paquibato districts as primary tourist destinations in the city.