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Over 62K Tacloban Students Back To School

More than 62,000 students in Tacloban have enrolled and returned to their classrooms this school year.

1.3K Pangasinan MSMEs Benefit From DTI’s Livelihood Program

Some 1,306 micro, small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs have benefited from the Department of Trade and Industry’s Livelihood Seeding Program.

Army Brings Book Donation Drive To Remote Northern Samar School

The Philippine Army’s 20th Infantry Battalion has brought its book donation activity to a remote village in Northern Samar previously affected by armed conflict.

5.6K Bicol Cops Secure Learners On First Day Of Balik Eskwela ‘22

The Police Regional Office in Bicol deployed police officers to ensure the safety of schools in the region.

DSWD-6 Requests Additional P29.4-M For Educational Assistance

An additional educational assistance fund was requested to qualified beneficiaries in Western Visayas.

DSWD Gives P9-M Cash Aid To Over 3.8K Students In Central Luzon

Students in Central Luzon have received their cash assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

DTI Sees Growth Of Tanjay City’s Famous Delicacy

The passage of an ordinance making the famous “bodbod” in Tanjay, Negros Oriental is seen to bolster the income of the small businesses in the area.

Quezon City, ILO Partner To Open One-Stop Shop For Migrant Workers

A one-stop-shop for overseas Filipino workers and their families will open soon within the Quezon City hall compound.

UNICEF Lauds Return Of Face-To-Face Classes In Philippines

The United National Children’s Fund lauded the return of students to the classroom and commended the Philippine government for taking “decisive steps” to reopen school once more.

Severance And Its Harrowing Take On Work-Life Balance

Complete severance between personal and work life is the ultimate work life balance.

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