The coronavirus pandemic has affected almost all members of society, from the poorest to the wealthiest, from the developing countries to the most advanced ones.
A community college in Davao de Oro that was closed by the Department of Education will be releasing a book on its unique experience of agro-ecology in their curriculum.
Artists and art enthusiasts may want to check out the works of this budding visual artist, Red “Oni” Genotiva, who is starting to make his mark with unique, intriguing pop surrealist art.
Indak-Indak, Kadayawan’s biggest drawing card, in pictures
In a bid to raise awareness and promote breastfeeding, about 200 moms gathered at the CAP Auditorium Art Center here and simultaneously breastfeed their babies for one whole minute.
The Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Awards this year is looking for more honorees from Visayas and Mindanao.
A recent nationwide survey shows that only 34 percent of Filipino infants younger than six months are exclusively breastfed and an alarming 36 percent were fed in infant formula, according to a World Health Organization report that assessed breastfeeding in the country.
Alex Hao, founding member of LATCH Davao said: “The space is not just space but an acknowledgment not only of work life balance, but maternal and child health priorities.”
Former President Joseph “Erap” Estrada was one of the grandparents invited to witness the christening of the youngest son of City Mayor Sara Duterte.
The Davao-based band, THEA, was among the semi-finalists of the International Songwriting Competition 2016.