The National Youth Commission is urging parents to be more open towards having their children tested for Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV infection.
On the eve of Valentine’s Day, members of the Davao City Police Office led by DCPO Chief Sr. Supt. Michael John Dubria serenaded and entertained the residents of the Co Su Gian Home for the Aged in Barangay Cabantian, Buhangin District here to show that Valentine’s Day is not exclusive to couples.
The City Tourism Office is projecting an estimate of 200,000 visitors who will jointhe 80th Araw ng Dabaw celebration in March this year.
Muslim and non-Muslim women here gathered to mark the World Hijab Day to demand the right of Muslims to use hijab.
Inaul, a handwoven textile by Maguindanao women will be the highlight of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao’s first “Inaul” Festival come Feb 9-14, a tourism official said Monday.
Rooting on the success of the Women’s March last Jan. 20, a group of Filipino scientists expressed their support to a movement against US President Donald Trump’s “anti-science” campaign.
Kabataan Partylist Rep. Sarah Elago filed a bill in Congress which seeks to abolish the tuition system, among others, to grant free college education in all state-owned universities and colleges acroos the country.
Twenty-nine Miss Universe candidates wore Mindanao-inspired fabrics during Thursday night’s “Mindanao Tapestry Fashion Show” held SMX Convention Center at SM Lanang, this city.
The Gabriela Women’s Party posted on social media their full disapproval to the Miss Universe pageant criticizing it for purportedly illustrating the exploitation women.
Members of the security forces will not be able to have their own photos taken with the Miss Universe contestants when they arrive in the city next week, said Police Chief Supt. Manuel Gaerlan of the Police Regional Office 11.