A group of Filipino-American missionaries from the United States initiated a medical mission for the indigenous peoples presently housed in the evacuation center in a church compound here since Sunday.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said that he will not support the administration’s Liberal Party if Department of Justice Secretary Leila De Lima will run under the LP ticket.
Tribal evacuees in a church compound here, together with its support groups filed charges Friday afternoon against 20 government officials and tribal leaders affiliated with a paramilitary group after the July 23 foiled “rescue” of evacuees.
A group of breastfeeding advocates asking for wider support, said that working women who are successful in their breastfeeding journey are likely more beneficial to the company.
The Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) announced Friday that they are extending the length of the rotating power interruptions due to the shortage in power supply.
Indigenous peoples now temporarily settled in a church-owned compound here ask well-meaning groups to help them protect the area which they say is similar to an “ilihan.”
A local official here clarified Thursday that the Hiyas ng Kadayawan is “not a beauty contest”.
A partylist lawmaker from Mindanao brought up the situation of the indigenous people evacuees in a church compound here in a meeting with the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons.
Progressive group Gabriela said the girl who allegedly “escaped” from the church compound on Thursday was raped by members of the 68th Infantry Battalion in two separate incidents.
Migrants rights’ advocates here condemned the alleged harrasment of their members and organizers after one of their houses was ransacked.
An official of the Davao City Council wants to investigate if there was a protocol breach during the operation to allegedly rescue the indigenous people who sought sanctuary inside a church compound here last week.
The City Council committees on transportation and communication and government-owned properties have new chairpersons.