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Caraga Starts Rehab Of Rice Farms Hit By ‘Odette’

The Department of Agriculture in Caraga reported the arrival of 1,500 bags of certified seeds that will be distributed to rice farmers whose farms were devastated by Typhoon Odette.

DAR Gives ‘Buhay Sa Gulay’ Starter Kits In Kidapawan

The Department of Agrarian Reform in North Cotabato gave farming starter kits to a farmer’s group in Kidapawan City to help its members start a sustainable livelihood project.

Sara Returns To Siargao, Extends More Aid To Distressed Residents

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte and members of her “UniTeam” went back to Siargao Island on Thursday to check the situation and oversee the continuing relief and rehabilitation efforts being undertaken for the victims of Typhoon Odette in the province.

DSWD-13 Sends 200K Food Packs, Other Items To ‘Odette’ Victims

A month after Typhoon Odette's devastation, the Department of Social Welfare and Development in Caraga reported its augmentation drive to aid the affected residents in the different provinces of the region.

GenSan Extends Business Permit Renewal

The GenSan local government is extending its deadline for the renewal of business permits upon the request of the Department of the Interior and Local Government to help business owners affected by the pandemic.

‘Oplan Katok’ Starts In Kidapawan Village For Unvaxxed Residents

A barangay in Kidapawan initiated "Operation Plan Knock" (Oplan Katok) that urges unvaccinated villagers to get themselves immunized against the Covid-19.

SoCot Requires Negative RT-PCR Results For Travelers

The provincial government in South Cotabato is now requiring inbound travelers to present negative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction test results at its border checkpoints.

‘No Vaccine Card, No Entry’ Policy Starts In Cotabato City

Authorities in Cotabato City have started implementing a “no vax card, no entry” policy for all persons entering the city from adjoining Maguindanao province.

BARMM Opens Week-Long Celebration For 3rd Founding Anniversary

The Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao kicked off Monday the week-long celebration of its 3rd foundation anniversary at the Bangsamoro government center in Cotabato City.

Zambo City On Alert Level 3, Imposes RT-PCR, Antigen Tests

The Zamboanga City government will impose the negative Reverse Transmission-Polymerase Chain Reaction or the rapid antigen requirement for all inbound travelers effective January 16.

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2GO Moves 500 Tons Of Critical Goods To Typhoon-Hit Areas

In the aftermath of Typhoon Odette, 2GO Sea Solutions has provided free port-to-port transportation of 500 tons of humanitarian materials from Manila to heavily typhoon-affected communities in the Philippines.

Cebu Guv Gives Out Cash Cards To ‘Odette’ Victims

Cebu City Governor Gwendolyn Garcia distributes cash cards that can be used to buy housing materials as well as food and other basic necessities to help families rebuild their houses damaged by Typhoon Odette.

Caraga Starts Rehab Of Rice Farms Hit By ‘Odette’

The Department of Agriculture in Caraga reported the arrival of 1,500 bags of certified seeds that will be distributed to rice farmers whose farms were devastated by Typhoon Odette.
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