Xavier University (XU) welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court to suspend a former XU law professor following complaints of sexual harassment. The Catholic school terminated him from service when the controversy came to light in 2002.
University of the Philippines Mindanao achieved 100 percent passing rate again this year, while two students from the University of Mindanao (UM) earned spots in the top 10 in the recent architecture board exam of 2019.
The highest incidence of acute malnutrition among children remained to be recorded in far flung communities in Paquibato District, according to City Health Office (CHO) Nutrition Division on Thursday.
The heavy financial burden of cancer treatments may soon be alleviated thanks to the soon-to-be released implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of Republic Act 11215 or the National Integrated Cancer Control Act.
The National Nutrition Council (NNC) in the region is closely monitoring preschoolers in the province of Davao Occidental, where government’s data shows the highest number of children were undernourished.
The Apo Agua Infrastructura, Inc. has now established coordination with other local agencies to prepare for the onset of the pipe-laying works for the P12-billion Davao City Bulk Water Supply Project (DCBWSP).
Twelve barangays in the city were identified by the City Health Office (CHO) as “dengue hotspots” with most of the 937 dengue cases found in this areas in the first half of this year.
A local labor union of a banana-export plantation run by Sumifru Philippines Corp. in Compostela Valley sought the support of the Japanese consumers to boycott the company’s banana brand.
The Ancillary Service Unit (ASU) of the city government of Davao is set to investigate the disposal of wastewater of the on-going construction and infrastructure sites following the recent cases of flooding that hit the city.
A labor official noted that few companies in Davao City offer job for senior high school (SHS) graduates despite the assurance from the Department of Education (DepEd) that the K to 12 Program will equip students with values, knowledge, and skills needed to work in various industries.