Both international and local investors remain bullish on the high potential of Davao and Mindanao.
The Regional Development Council in Region 11 is targeting an 11.5 percent gross regional domestic product by the time it completes the five-year Davao Regional Development Plan.
Indigent patients in the city and nearby provinces will no longer have to go to different government offices when trying to access government health services with the opening of a one stop shop at the Southern Philippines Medical Center here Friday, July 7.
Representatives from a service company in the country said it’s still “business as usual” for most of the businesses here despite the prevailing imposition of martial rule.
Despite the slightly yellowish water in Cabantian here, the Davao City Water District (DCWD) guaranteed that the water is safe to drink.
DCWD Spokesperson Atty. Bernard Delima told reporters on Tuesday, July 4, that the water in Cabantian areas are yellowish because the pipelines in the area were not utilized for almost a year due to the ongoing improvement of waterworks.
Are you conscious of your calorie intake? A new program of the Nutrition Council in Davao region aims to make the public be aware of the calories from the food served in the establishments.
A watch group urged manufacturers of personal care and cosmetic products to phase-out products which contain triclosan and triclocarban.
Paquibato District has the highest prevalence rate in terms of malnutrition cases in the city, a nutrition representative said.
The city government of Davao distributed 85 breeding cattle to selected farmers in Paquibato District, according to the City Information Office’s dispatch on Wednesday.
The city government granted full scholarship to 18 Davaoeños who qualified to go to law school under its scholarship program, the Educational Benefit System Unit (EBSU).