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Hontiveros, De Lima bill shields informal settlers from violent eviction, demolition

Manila Bulletin 05 Mar 2021
According to the senators, the bill itself is a product of a consolidated inputs gathered from consultations with children, urban poor families, peoples’ organizations, non-government organizations, local government units (LGUs) and national government agencies involved in Metro Manila, Cavite, Bulacan, Tacloban City and Davao City.
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Stick to priority list—WHO

Manila Standard Today 04 Mar 2021
Ensuring a Resilient Economy through Public and Private Collaboration” organized by the Ateneo de Manila University School of Government, Angara said the importance of public and private partnerships was all the more highlighted during the last 12 months when the country had to deal with the pandemic.
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After delays, first AstraZeneca jabs from COVAX arrive in Philippines

The Philippine Star 04 Mar 2021
Initial doses of AstraZeneca under the COVAX facility arrived in Manila on Thursday night, the first delivery from the World Health Organization-led initiative that comes days into the country's vaccination efforts ... .
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PH seeks China loan for Central Luzon road

Manila Standard Today 04 Mar 2021
“I hope (AIIB) President Jin Liqun can help us construct the first Pangainan-Nueva Ecija expressway,” he said during the First Manila Forum organized by APCU ... .
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Public-private sector collaboration crucial in success of vaccine program —Angara

Manila Bulletin 04 Mar 2021
Sen. Sonny Angara (Alexis Nueva España/Senate PRIB) ... Ensuring a Resilient Economy through Public and Private Collaboration” organized by the Ateneo de Manila University School of Government, Angara expressed belief that public and private partnership is key to accelerating the country’s COVID-19 vaccination program ... “We have to help each other ... .
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People collect rubbish along coastal area of Manila Bay in Las Pinas City

Sina 03 Mar 2021
Members of various government and private organizations collect rubbish along the coastal area of Manila Bay as they participate in a coastal cleanup activity in Las Pinas City, the Philippines on March 3, 2021 ... Members of various government and private organizations collect ...
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SPMC OIC chief volunteers to get first Sinovac COVID jab on Mar. 5

Manila Bulletin 03 Mar 2021
Southern Philippines Medical Center -SPMC – Davao City (FACEBOOK/MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) ... 5, three days after the arrival of 12,000 vials of Covid-19 Vaccine CoronaVac or SINOVAC from Manila ... Lopez also said that Davao City will follow the prioritization of vaccination according to standards set by the DOH and the World Health Organization.
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DOST-Calabarzon completes first surveillance audit with no non-conformities found

Manila Bulletin 03 Mar 2021
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Calabarzon has hurdled the surveillance audit conducted virtually by Cologne-based TÜV Rheinland for its International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification. (FACEBOOK/MANILA BULLETIN) ... .
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PH bans importation of poultry coming from Russian Federation

Manila Bulletin 03 Mar 2021
This was contained in Department of Agriculture’s (DA) memorandum order (MO) no. 17, which was recently signed by Agriculture Secretary William Dar ... (MANILA BULLETIN). Worst, Russian Federation also reported to World Health Organization (WHO) its first case of human transmission of H5N8 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza ... .
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Vax drought: Rody can’t beg, steal, borrow

Manila Standard Today 02 Mar 2021
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte clenches his fist during a meeting with the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) core members at the Malacañang Golf Clubhouse in Manila on Monday night ... personnel at the army headquarters in Manila on Tuesday.
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CBCP invites public to COVID-19 vaccine webinar

Manila Bulletin 01 Mar 2021
The Catholic BishopsConference of the Philippines-Episcopal Commission on Health Care is inviting the public to join the two webinars it has organized on the COVID-19 vaccine. (PIXABAY / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN) ... Nina Castillo-Carandang, member of the World Health Organization Social Science Working Group on COVID-19, and Dr.
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Campaign Aims to Amplify Rappler’s Reporting in Philippines

Voa News 01 Mar 2021
Phineas Rueckert, an investigative journalist at Forbidden Stories, said he was inspired to create the project after hearing about a wider initiative to support Ressa in June, when a Manila court convicted her of cyber libel ... Media rights organizations have said that press freedom is in decline in the Philippines.

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