Baguio mulls microchip ID implant on dogs

BAGUIO CITY– To easily identify dogs and its owners, the city veterinary office here is proposing the mandatory registration of the animals by implanting a microchip on the skin which will bear the identification of the animal and its owner, an official said on Monday. “Our plan is to have dogs registered with microchips, implanted on the skin for identification. […]

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28 PWDs receive assistive devices from PCSO

Bontoc, Mtn. Prov. – At least 28 handicapped clients received prosthetic and orthopedic devices from the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) NCL – Mountain Province (MP) Branch on August 1, 2019. The provision of assistive devices to persons with disabilities (PWDs) was realized through the partnership of the Provincial Local Government Unit of Mountain Province (PLGU-MP) with the PCSO NCL-MP […]

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International experts share business experiences with SUCs and start-ups

Three experts from Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines shared their experiences with start-ups or business incubatees and incubators under the DOST-PCAARRD National Agri-Aqua Technology Business Incubation Program during their national conference held on August 8-9, 2019 at the Venus Park View Hotel, Baguio City. Choncharoen Sawangrat of the Science and Technology Park/Northern Science Park (STeP/NSP) –Chiang Mai University, Hasimah Hafiz Ahmad […]

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SM Prime partners with AboitizPower

SM Prime Holdings, Inc. (SM Prime), one of the largest integrated property developers in Southeast Asia, has chosen AboitizPower to supply 15 of its facilities with reliable and cost-effective power. During a ceremonial signing at Conrad Manila in Pasay City on August 7, SM Prime entered into a Retail Electricity Supply (RES) contract with AboitizPower to supply the company with […]

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SOV 2019 deadline of nominations extended

BAGUIO CITY– Nominations for the Search for Outstanding Volunteers 2019 will still be accepted until August 15, 2019 . The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) has extended the deadline from July 15 to August 15 to give the public more time to submit nominations. The SOV aims to recognize the contributions of individuals and organizations currently providing volunteer […]

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TESDA urged high school studes to consider TVET as a career choice

BAGUIO CITY— The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-Benguet Provincial Office has urged grade 10 students through career coaching to consider Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) as a career choice. During the career coaching of grade 10 students of the Quezon Hill National High School, TESD II Glenda Marquez discussed the different advantages of acquiring different skills, competencies imbued […]

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Mayor urges households, business firms to adopt own composting method

BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Benjamin Magalong urged residents and business owners in the city to adopt their own backyard composting methods and technologies to lessen the city’s biodegradable waste production. The mayor said it is high time to instill the practice of composting their biodegradable wastes among residents to help effectively and efficiently address the solid waste management problem of […]

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DOH eyes 61K Cordillera learners in school-based immunization

BAGUIO CITY– The Department of Health-Cordillera Administrative Region (DOH-CAR) targets to immunize 61,765 learners from Kindergarten to Grade 7 against tetanus, diphtheria, and measles, as part of the government’s school-based immunization program, an official said Tuesday. “The school-based immunization program was started in 2013 and the continuing activity hopes to give vaccines to 61,765 learners from Kinder to Grade 7 […]

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