Here in IGaCos, efforts to protect dugongs are not without challenges. Without records or data at hand, it is difficult to gauge if its protection efforts truly have an impact.
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The Sindac Anib Performing Ensemble from Bislig, Surigao del Sur, who have won the grand championship three times, presented a performance depicting the challenges faced by their tribe living by the riverside. Their dance celebrates the bountiful produce of nature and their harmonious way of life.(Kath M.Cortez/davaotoday.com)
DAVAO CITY,Philippines – In this year’s Kadayawan Festival, some 150 local entrepreneurs all over Mindanao showcased their crafts in a…
Motivated by the desire for a plentiful harvest of diverse crop varieties, the LFA launched a concerted effort to collect and document heirloom crops, especially grains still cultivated by the Tboli in upland farming communities around Lake Sebu.
A volunteer teacher for Lumad schools received the 2023 Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk in Dublin, Ireland for her work despite harassments and red-tagging.
In the mountains of Eastern Mindanao, researchers have discovered two new species of soft-furred hedgehogs, known as gymnures, less than two months into 2023.
As we start 2023, we take a look back at Davao Today’s coverage of significant issues in Mindanao in 2022
The provincial government of Misamis Oriental is still assessing the extent of the damages from the Christmas rains and floods in some of its cities and towns.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board in the region (LTFRB-10) has warned taxi drivers from refusing passengers especially during the Yuletide season and told them to observe proper decorum when on the road.
Officials in a village in this city’s uptown district have questioned a document that endorses the proposal of a real estate developer to build a new campus for Xavier University (XU).