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Caraga Farmers Showcase Local Products At PH Coffee Expo

Caraga Region farmers showcase their coffee products at the Philippine Coffee Expo 2023, widening marketing opportunities for their Robusta coffee.

Pride Month Artwork At The Arc De Triomphe: Is It True Or Not?

With the rise of special virtual effects in today’s generation, people are debating if the viral Pride Month movement in Paris was true or was an ethical thing to do.

Dinagat Villages Benefits From PHP10.5 Million Worth Of Projects

Dinagat Islands province completes PHP10.5 million in infrastructure projects, helping barangays and municipalities.

Mindanao Cacao Takes Center Stage In Davao, Zamboanga Fairs

Mindanao’s cacao byproducts take the spotlight at chocolate fairs in Davao and Zamboanga, highlighting the region’s thriving chocolate industry.

Stakeholders Push For High Rice Production In Mindanao

Farmers and partners from three regions in Mindanao united to promote high-yielding rice varieties and cost-cutting technologies in a workshop.

Conflict-Affected IP Village Ventures Into Vegetable Farming

Cabadbaran City collaborated with Indigenous People to establish a highland vegetable farming project for sustainable livelihood.

Agusan Del Sur Town ARBs Get PHP21 Million Irrigation Project From NIA

National Irrigation Administration boosts rice production in Agusan del Sur town with new irrigation project.

Farm-To-Market ‘Connects’ 2 Remote Villages To Surigao Del Norte Town Center

Remote and conflict-affected villages in Surigao del Norte now connected to town center with completed farm-to-market road.

Secretary Pangandaman Wants ‘Long-Term, High-Impact’ Projects In BARMM

Budget Secretary Amenah Pangandaman emphasizes need for long-term and high-impact projects in Muslim Mindanao to achieve socioeconomic development.

Agusan Del Sur IP Community Gets PHP3.5 Million Tribal Center

The Department of Social Welfare and Development offered financial aid to Manobo tribe, benefitting more than 100 families.