The Davao City Health Office is now intensifying its efforts to explain the need for measles vaccination as many are still reluctant to avail of immunization due to the Dengvaxia issue.
Think tank group IBON Foundation said that the decade-high 5.2 percent annual inflation rate for 2018 points to the failure of the economic managers and neoliberal policies of the Duterte administration, downplaying government’s optimism over slowing growth of inflation in the last months of previous year.
The city’s supposed strengthening of the local economy continues to draw in investments in the year 2018—perhaps a glimpse of a growing empire in the south. But where do some Davaoenos see themselves amid all this hype?
On the release of the November 2018 inflation rate, research group IBON said that prices are still high and rising even with the reported slowdown.
The Department of Education (DepEd) here will soon start to include the traffic regulations and public safety as a subject in public schools after the City Council approved the Traffic Regulations and Public Safety Module Ordinance of Davao City.
The Davao City Council has approved 30 commercial sand and gravel applications after the Davao City Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) assured that these quarry operations doesn’t harm the environment.
The state-run University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP) is set to open a Bachelor of Law program come 2019, a school official announced on Monday.
Known to have the biggest chunk of cacao production in the country, Davao region naturally boast of active cacao stakeholders, some of whom gathered in a Cacao Learning Exchange in Davao City.
Davao City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) earned P30 million for payments of apprehended traffic violators in less than a year.
The City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) has announced the closure of roads and the alternative routes for the upcoming Pasko Fiesta activities.