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Not enough workers still in ICT: official

COMPANIES in the information communication and technology (ICT) industry find it difficult to fill the job vacancies because

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Community-based drug rehab program gets P1.5-B funding

THE DEPARTMENT of Health has allotted P1.5 billion budget for the community-based drug rehabilitation program this year.

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DICT SECRETARY: Slow Net omits people in rural areas from ICT jobs

SLOW INTERNET connection remains a hindrance to exploring information and communications-related industries as a viable job source in rural areas.

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DoH shifts gears in HIV campaign

AFTER its foiled efforts to reach out to public schools for HIV prevention curriculum, the Department of Health will instead strengthen programs on high-risk groups

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Mindanao Science Centrum to reopen by June 2017

THE MINDANAO Science and Technology Centrum is expected to reopen in the middle of the year following the memorandum of agreement between the Department

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16 nurses in region trained on new RxBox equipment

THE DEPARTMENT of Science and Technology started training nurses to operate their mobile telemedicine equipment to service far-flung areas without access

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BFAR XI: No fisherman in region illegally fished overseas

THE BUREAU of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said no fishermen in the Davao Region were recorded to have conducted illegal fishing in foreign waters.

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TESDA XI: Tourism courses making a comeback

DATA FROM the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) in the region shows an increasing number of schools applying for accreditation

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CHO to simplify grassroots IEC campaign on pregnancy

CITY HEALTH Office chief Dr. Josephine Villafuerte is eyeing to pilot a new format for regular medical mission events which tackle pregnancy.

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DOH advises public: Stay hydrated

CITY Health Officer Dr. Josephine Villafuerte is reminding the public to stay hydrated as the heat of the summer season begins.

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