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Sunday, July 23, 2017
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59 gov’t agencies undergo training on regulatory impact analysis

The Development Academy of the Philippines recently conducted the Training Course on Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) for government agencies with regulatory functions which is...
GENSAN VISIT. Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara, an advocate of education, visits the scholars of Edukasyon Alang sa mga Kabus nga Residente sa Gensan (EDUKAR Gensan), a program under the office of the city mayor of General Santos City. (Gensan CPIO/Jan Rey Libunao)

Gensan Visit

GENSAN VISIT. Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara, an advocate of education, visits the scholars of Edukasyon Alang sa mga Kabus nga Residente sa Gensan (EDUKAR Gensan), a program under the office of the city mayor of General Santos City. (Gensan CPIO/Jan Rey Libunao)
DCWD office opens anew in Toril District Hall. DCWD management headed by assistant general manager for administration Alfonso E. Laid (6th from L) poses for posterity during the inauguration and blessing of the new office.

DCWD opens office in Toril District hall

Davao City Water District’s office in the newly renovated Toril District Hall is now open to accommodate water bill payments, new service connection applications,...
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Sec. Taguiwalo cites need to ensure gender perspective in ASEAN policies

Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo has cited the need for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (to ensure that there is a gender perspective...

Young, dynamic lawyer as future Cabinet material

In many ways, he shares common denominators with President Rodrigo R. Duterte, such as being a lawyer, a member of Lex Taliones fraternity, a...
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China supports RP as ASEAN chairman

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi reiterated on Wednesday China’s commitment to support the Philippines as rotating chair of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation...
DSWD @66. Members of Management Committee of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region XI led by Director Mercedita P. Jabagat [second from right] cut the ceremonial ribbon on Monday to mark the opening of the week-long celebration of the DSWD 66th Founding Anniversary. Theme for the observance is Sama-samang Paglilingkod ng may Malasakit. Other ManCom members are [from left] ARD for Administration Ma. Vilia L. Vigil, Chief Admin. Officer Teresita V. Mercado, Institutional Development Chief Ma. Elena S. Labrador, Policy and Plans Chief Estrella D. Brigole and ARD for Operations Rebecca A. Santamaria. (DSWD Photo)

300 Kalahi CIDSS volunteers hold fun day in Montevista

CLOSE to 300 community volunteers of Kalahi CIDSS and parent leaders of the Regular Conditional Cash Transfer in the town of Montevista, Compostela Valley...
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TESDA, NCIP to provide skills training to IPs

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) have forged a partnership and work together to...

Hope for the Philippine Eagles

The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) believes that saving the population of the Philippine Eagle is not a lost cause. Through the Philippine Eagle Foundation's conservation...
NEW CAR. PLDT Hong Kong and Toyota Quezon Avenue, Inc. (TQAI) turn over the brand new Toyota Vios car won by Jocelyn Castañares, an OFW in Hong Kong, at the recent Gifts of Christmas Promo of Smart World. In photo are, from left: Teddy dela Paz, Sales Manager of TQAI; Lincoln Lim, President of TQAI; Bertino de Castro, husband of Castañares, Pacita Castañares, mother; Cristine Castañares, daughter; Edith Gomez-Cudiamat, General Manager of PLDT HK; Franklin Lim, Executive Vice President, TQAI; and Alex Flores, Sales Manager of TQAI. (PLDT Photo)

Pinay worker in HK wins car from Smart World

A domestic helper in Hong Kong is about to change her life, and that of her family’s. Global pinoy Jocelyn Castañares won a new Toyota...

WEATHER UPDATE

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