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Typhoon-Hit Fishers Get Boat Repair Materials From BFAR

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in Central Luzon will provide PHP340,000 worth of repair materials for the boats of the fishermen in Aurora who are affected by Typhoon Karding.

P308-M Agri Projects In Benguet, Ifugao Ok’d

A project advisory board under the Department of Agriculture already approved four sub-projects in Benguet and Ifugao which aims to improve agriculture in the said provinces.

‘Bulalo’ Keychains Boost Baguio Inmate’s Livelihood, Artistry

An inmate from Baguio City has made a keychain inspired by the 'bulalo' bone to help him earn for his family.

Pasig Village Willing To Share Best DRRM Practices To Other LGUs

Barangay San Antonio in Pasig led the training for the local government heads from other regions in disaster risk reduction management.

Mobile Police Outposts To Beef Up Security In Metro Manila

The National Capital Region Police Office provided mobile outposts in Metro Manila to monitor and prevent crimes in the region.

Jinggoy Distributes DSWD Cash Assistance To Typhoon Karding Victims

A few days after Typhoon Karding, Senator Jinggoy Estrada personally visited and gave cash assistance to affected families in Quezon province.

Over 205K Families Displaced By ‘Karding’ In Central Luzon

The Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council recorded more than 200,000 families that were displaced due to Typhoon Karding in Cental Luzon.

Department Of Agriculture-CAR Assures Stable Supply, Prices Of Baguio Vegetables

After Typhoon Karding, the Department of Agriculture in the Cordillera Administrative Region announced that the situation for prices and supplies of goods is still stable.

MSMEs In Ilocos Norte Get Boost From NEDA Grant

Entrepreneurs and startups in Ilocos Norte will have the chance to expand their business through an incubation center that helps them to promote their products.

Clark Airport’s New Terminal ‘Strong Signal’ PH Open For Business

President Bongbong Marcos sees the potential of the newest passenger terminal at the Clark International Airport to be an approach for business partnerships with foreign countries.

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