DABAW & DIGONG. A float showing a developed Davao City and an image of President Rodrigo Duterte, the city mayor for over 22 years is seen during the Parada Dabawenyo on Thursday, March 16. (Medel V. Hernani/davaotoday.com)
Farmer residents wait for buyers of Pechay, a type of Chinese cabbage, sold for P15 per kilo along the Davao-Bukidnon road in Barangay Baganihan, Marilog district, Davao City on Sunday, Mar. 12, 2017.(Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano)
Davaoeñas joined various activities for the commemoration of the 109th International Women’s Day on Wednesday, March 8.
Executive No. 84, signed in 1999, declares March as the Rabies Awareness Month to prevent and eradicate rabies that is seen as a dangerous disease of dog transmissible to humans through the bite of an infected animal.
A lay minister at the Immaculate Conception Parish in Mintal, Davao City marks churchgoers’ foreheads on Wednesday with ashes from burned palm branches used from the the previous year’s Palm Sunday mass. March 1 is the observance of the Catholics’ Ash Wednesday, the first day of the Lenten Season.(Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Thousands gather in Rizal Park, Davao City on Saturday, Feb. 25 for the “Freedom Rally Against Corruption and Drugs,” an event organized by Kilusang Pagbabago and Hugpong Federal, groups known for supporting President Rodrigo Duterte.
Hundreds of Muslims from all over Mindanao gathered at a hotel here to witness the launching of the newly reconstituted Bangsamoro Transition Commission, the group tasked to craft the Bangsamoro Basic Law on Friday, Feb. 24.
In a rare moment of solitude, President Rodrigo Duterte appears to be meditating as he waits for a photo opportunity with members of the newly launched Bangsamoro Transition Commission in Water Front Insular Hotel in Davao City, on Friday, February 24. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Friday’s unity walk was led by several religious groups, namely: the United Church of Christ of the Philippines, Iglesia Filipina Independiente, Sisters Association in Mindanao, Exodus for Justice and Peace, respectively.
With steady hands and magnifying glass strapped to his eyes, Jun Alfanta, 56, repairs a wristwatch inside his small stall in San Pedro street, Davao City. Alfanta has been in the watch repair business since 1979, when he was still 18 years old. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)