The local chapter of Philippine Mental Health Association (PMHA) rallies anew for a massive awareness campaign on the proper handling of mental health issues commonly experienced by any individual within the family or in the community.
To address the skyrocketing prices of fuel and basic commodities, a member of the local council in this city plans to hold the economic summit, as soon as all elected officials are sworn into office next month.
While it is true that NG paid in full its outstanding P300-billion provisional advances to the BSP before its maturity in June 11, the Bureau of the Treasury in a press release on May 5 said that NG’s total outstanding debt stood at P12.68 trillion as of end-March 2022.
A farmers’ group has criticized the decision of the Duterte government to cut down the tariffs on rice imports.
An environmental group has expressed alarm over the unabated sale of beauty products reported to be laced with a toxic element.
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has become a “silent epidemic” at the time when the country battles with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Residents and small business operators are unaware of the proposed 60 percent water price hike in the city and are opposed to it for its timing in the pandemic.
Taxi and jeepney drivers are struggling about how to make ends meet in the pandemic which is compounded with this week’s big-time oil price hike by oil companies.
The Davao City-based Parents Against Vape (PAV) and other groups appealed to President Rodrigo Duterte to veto a bill that allowed the sale of vape products to young people.
Progressive groups launched a protest action on International Women’s Day to raise concerns on the effects of oil price hikes on basic commodities that has affected the Davao poor.