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Sarangani women form rural improvement clubs

Sarangani businessman Roy Chiongbian praised the province’s rural women as “achievers and home managers” during the celebration of their Rural Improvement Clubs (RIC) -...
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Lasang community gets electricity

The nights in this community wouldn’t be the same anymore, now that they have powers in their fingertips. Since 2003, Maulita Aporbo, a mother...
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SAKTO services for communities

Advocating for the accessibility of health services and other social services for the people directly to various communities of Davao City is the main...
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Braga asks for deferment of RFID implementation

While the city council did not categorically say it is against the implementation of the Radio Frequency Identification project of the Land Transportation Office,...
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Do you know what RFID is all about?

If you’ve been to the grocery, then you must be familiar with the barcoding system imposed by major grocery stores nationwide which allows them...
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Gov’t issues rules implementing tax-free retirement plan schemes

The government has issued last week rules to implement a new law to allow the creation of tax-free personal retirement plans that will see...
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Household of Faith serves the people

Household of Faith (HOF) Family Center , an organization committed to serve mankind, is encouraging people to be part of the Family Center and...
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Villegas econ briefing in Davao on Oct. 17

Dr. Bernardo M. Villegas, a Harvard-trained professor of the University of Asia and the Pacific’s School of Economics, will give economic briefing on October...
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MetroLifestyle helps create socially responsible community

When “Typhoon Ondoy” hit most of the National Capital Region (NCR) and Luzon a week ago, each Filipino from around the globe felt a...
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Davao Light ships first truck-load of donations

Davao Light & Power Co., shipped last Tuesday, October 6, the first truck-load of relief items for the thousands of victims of typhoon “Ondoy”...