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The Visayas Journal

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Philippines Ready To Welcome International Divers

The country opens its biggest diving expo after two years.

Program To Fight Ocean Plastic Pollution Launched In Parañaque

The United States government, along with its partners, has recently launched a center to help address the plastic pollution in the seas of Parañaque City.

UN Calls For ‘Massive And Generous’ Support To Ease Food Crisis

UN Secretary-General urges developed countries "to open their wallets and their hearts" for those who are bearing the brunt of the food crisis.

DSWD Allots P30-M For Educational Aid Program In Zamboanga Peninsula

The Department of Social Welfare and Development in the Zamboanga Peninsula gives PHP 30 million worth of aid for its education sector.

No Sweet Life But Sugarcane Industry Perseveres

The sugarcane industry in Iloilo made over PHP 10 billion.

1,700 Cops Deployed As 350K Cordillera Administrative Region Learners Return To School

The Police Regional Office in Cordillera deployed policemen to safeguard students who are expected to return to their classrooms on Monday.

Department Of Tourism: Thailand Keen On Hiring Filipino Hospitality Workers

The Thai government is looking at Filipino workers to address its shortage of workers in the accommodation industry.

These Local TikTok Content Creators Are Your Besties When It Comes To Beauty

These Filipino influencers are leading the #BeautyTok.

Fishery Sector’s Modernization Eyed To Ensure Food Security

The plan to modernize the fishery sector is part of government efforts to ensure food security in the country, Malacañang said.

Solon Wants Grades 7-12 Added In School-Based Feeding Program

Senator Sonny Angara filed a bill that would expand the coverage of the School-Based Feeding Program.

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