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Saturday, January 20, 2018
Authors Posts by Lean Daval Jr.

Lean Daval Jr.

BACK TO SCHOOL. Muslim girls walk from their homes to a community Madrasah school in Brgy. 23-C Mini-forest, Quezon Blvd., Davao City on Saturday morning. LEAN DAVAL JR.

Back to school

BEHAVED MOTORIST.A traffic enforcer from the City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) inspects the registration of a motorcycle during an ‘Oplan Lambat-Sibat’ along R. Castillo Street in Davao City on Thursday. LEAN DAVAL JR.

Behaved motorist

OPPORTUNITY. A resident takes advantage of the warm weather to dry clothes at a community in Times Beach, Davao City which will be affected by the planned 18-kilometer coastal road project. LEAN DAVAL JR.


Edge Davao


DOWNSIDE. LATCH Davao’s Justine Merdeka Tajanlangit (right) and Mary Allyn Tan bare that Davao City has the lowest rate of breastfeeding in Region 11 based on a study conducted by the Department of Health. Tajanlangit and Tan made the statement during Wednesdays @ Habi at Kape at Abreeza Mall where they promoted this year’s International Breastfeeding Month. LEAN DAVAL JR.


RE-CYLING.City Environment and Natural Resources Office (Cenro) workers apply paint on used tires which were made as barriers to prevent the erosion of the soil of a promenade that is being made by the city government of Davao at Sta. Ana wharf on Wednesday. LEAN DAVAL JR.


NATIVE TREAT. Marco Polo Davao chefs prepare ‘sikwate’ made from Davao City’s cacao during the launching the hotel’s Kadayawan sa Davao 2017 festivity called ‘Fashion and Fusion’ on Tuesday night. LEAN DAVAL JR.

Native treat

HALF-WAY.Sherwin B. Manual, information unit head of the Department of Agriculture’s Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP), says the agency is now in the mid-term implementation of the six-year PRDP made possible with a P27.54 billion funding loaned by the World Bank. Manual made the disclosure during Wednesdays @ Habi at Kape at Abreeza Mall. LEAN DAVAL JR.


NOVELTY UNVEILED. Marco Polo Davao general manager Dottie Würgler-Cronin holds a pair of Philippine Eagle stuffed toys donning ethic dresses of one of the 11 tribes of Davao City during the launching of the hotel’s Kadayawan sa Davao 2017 festivity called ‘Fashion and Fusion’ on Tuesday night. The stuffed toy eagles are up for bid wherein all the proceeds will go to the Philippine Eagle Foundation. LEAN DAVAL JR.

Novelty unveiled


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