The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has issued a resolution allowing the resumption of the processing and deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFW)—both vacationing and new hires—to Thailand.
The Bureau of Customs filed smuggling-related charges against key officials of two import firms and their licensed customs brokers for the illegal importation of steel coils and counterfeit footwear worth over P120 million.
Office of the President of the Philippines Malacañang BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE INVITATION TO BID The Office of the President, through the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), hereby invites all interested Phil-GEPS registered manufacturers, suppliers, dealers, and authorized franchised dealers to submit bids for the following projects, to wit: Purchase Request (PR) No. Project Approved […]
DA-BFAR’s Bangkang Pinoy is part of the government’s AHON! Rehabilitation Initiative, which aims to provide fishing communities stronger and safer boats following the havoc brought by Typhoon Yolanda in November 2013. The agency have started the construction of 5,000 units fishing boats, and is set to deploy technical personnel to train residents of fishing villages nationwide to mold boats out of fiber glass materials.
Secretary Roxas, vice chairman for preparedness of the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC), told students attending the 9th Congress of the Student Alliance of the Philippines (SCAP) in Iloilo City that as youth and student leaders, they can help save lives by becoming responsible leaders, whether in school or in the communities where they live in.
The Department of Health, together with various government sectors in Metro Manila, launched a massive mosquito elimination action targeting construction areas, stagnant canals, and waterways all over Metro Manila.
In view of the growing security threats in and around Kurdistan, the Department of Foreign Affairs has raised crisis alert level 1 for the Iraqi Kurdistan Region to Alert Level 2 (Restriction Phase).
As an initial hand-out, Department of Health – MIMAROPA Regional Director Eduardo C. Janairo turned-over 20 utility bicycles to be used by Barangay Health Workers in their delivery of basic health services in the community especially those in far flung areas where transportation is limited.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) launches today in this city its Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services – National Community-Driven Development Program (KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP). The event, which is entitled, “CDD: Mga Kasaysayan ng Pagbangon sa Kalamidad at Kahirapan [Stories of Hope amidst Calamity and Poverty]”, will serve as a learning forum for participants to find out more about community-driven development (CDD) and the partnership between the national government and the civil society organizations in response to the impact of Typhoon Yolanda.
Secretary Lacierda: “As we work toward achieving lasting peace and prosperity, we build wider networks of partners and roads that connect Filipinos all across the country in our shared vision of a stronger, more unified Philippines.”