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TESDA Scholars Bake Bread For Abra Quake Victims

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority in Abra gave baked goodies to earthquake-affected residents.

Ilocos Leaders Vow To Strengthen Universal Healthcare

Various health leaders in Ilocos Norte vowed to prioritize healthcare and foster stronger collaboration among healthcare providers.

Solar-Powered Building Eyed To Inspire Shift To Clean Energy

The installation of a solar energy system at the church-based credit cooperative in Bulacan could be their first step toward the switch to renewable energy.

Ilocos Norte Offers Free Anti-Rabies Jab, Pet Castration In September

The Provincial Veterinary Office is calling on pet owners to have their pets registered during the celebration of World Rabies Day this September.

DOH Sets Up Tents As Health Facility Damage Reaches P30-M

The Department of Health put up tents to serve as temporary medical facilities after the initial damage to health infrastructure in Abra.

Legazpi Mayor To Continue Agri Programs For Higher Yields

Legazpi Mayor vowed to continue to support the agricultural sector through the continuing distribution of farm inputs to the farmers to further improve their harvests.

Laoag Rice Farmers Receive Cash Aid

Rice farmers in Laoag received cash aid to boost their competitiveness amid a looming food crisis.

DepEd: Calabarzon Logs Highest Enrollment Turnout

The Department of Education has so far logged the highest number of enrolled learners in Calabarzon.

Manila’s Sta. Ana Hospital Gets Highest Score On Covid Response

Manila-run Sta. Ana Hospital ranked first among public hospitals in Metro Manila for its Covid-19 response and management.

Convoy Carries Pampanga’s Aid To Quake-Hit Abra

The provincial government of Pampanga extended assistance to the victims of the magnitude 7 earthquake in Abra.

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