AS IN the past years, the activities of the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) will be guided by a theme, and our theme for 2016 is “Efficient execution for inclusive
Cheap oil should be a good thing for a country like the Philippines that imports almost all of its fuel, but there are 10 million reasons why that may not be the case.
Senatorial candidates Mark Lapid, Jericho Petilla, and Martin Romualdez say they are for the passage of the anti-dynasty bill
A fuel tanker rammed a row of houses alongside the national highway in Pinabacdao town in Samar on Sunday morning (January 31, 2016) before it exploded and burned the row of houses.
Chief Insp. Maria Bella Rentuaya, spokesperson of the Eastern Visayas regional police, said the incident resulted in the death of five people, including a six-month old infant who was sleeping inside their house.
FROM the eighth spot in the Tholons 100 in the previous year, Cebu City is now the seventh best site in the world for outsourcing in 2016. All cities in the Philippines improved their rankings, except for Manila, which remained in the second spot, after Bangalore in India. The information came from the managing director of the Cebu Educational Development Foundation for Information Technology (Cedfit), who added that Dumaguete City joined the top 100 list. Its taking the 93rd rank brought to nine the number of Philippine cities on the list.
“The U.S. government shares the determination of the Government of the Philippines to continuously enhance the quality of education in the country,” said USAID General Counsel John Simpkins during the handover of the teaching and learning materials at the Tagbilaran City Central Elementary School. After the turnover, Simpkins did a read along with the school’s Grade 2 students.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) General Counsel John Simpkins visited the province of Bohol January 26-27 to renew the U.S. government’s commitment to the province’s inclusive and sustainable development.
Simpkins joined Bohol officials, led by Governor Edgar Chatto and Tagbilaran City Mayor John Geesnell Yap II, to launch the Stakeholders’ Forum, which was organized by the U.S. Embassy Manila’s USAID through its Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (SURGE) Project.
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Collapse reveals dangerous construction in congressman’s alleged pet project
Samar mayor risking life to fight for peace in rural Philippines
Tacloban youth group bags national award
Will America Go to War for Philippines?
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A supposed reinforced box culvert which is part of a series of multi-million road projects has failed in Tingib, a remote barangay in Pastrana town, and ‘it revealed the kind of construction that the Department of Public Works and Highways and perhap