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Dumaguete Allots P50-M For Disaster Response, Rehab Projects

The City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Dumaguete accepted the proposed PHP50 million budget for the disaster response and rehabilitation for 2023.

Philippines, Korea To Elevate Ties Into ‘Strategic Partnership’

Philippines-Korea partnership. The Department of Foreign Affairs announced the bilateral ties between Korea.

Antique Town To Open Night Market For MSMEs

Night market in Antique. The province opened a market to boost micro, small, and medium enterprises and provide a one-stop shop to residents.

Marcos Woos US Investors: PH Economy ‘Robust, Resilient’

President Bongbong Marcos guaranteed the good economy of the Philippines and encouraged different American businesses to invest in the country.

Tourism Students In Negros Oriental Urged To Protect The Environment

Role of students. A local official in Negros Oriental pushed Tourism students in the province to protect the environment.

Canada Announces P519-M Grant To Fund PH Development Projects

Support from Canada. Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng confirmed the grant of PHP519 million for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.

Dragon Fruit Fest Marks Guimaras Tourism Month Celebration

The province of Guimaras introduced the dragon fruit festival as a way to elevate the agri-tourism industry.

Department Of Health Logs 693 More Cases Of 2 Omicron Subvariants

Additional Covid-19 cases. The Department of Health has detected over 600 new cases of the two omicron subvariants.

Enough Rice Supply For Filipinos Until Next Year

Sufficient rice supply for 2023. The Department of Agriculture announced that there is enough supply of rice until next year and will not accommodate any imported goods.

Solar Irrigation System To Boost Cavite Farmers’ Productivity

Improved access to water. The Department of Agrarian Reform gave units of the solar powered-irrigation system to Cavite farmers that can improve the harvest of their crops.

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