RMHC Builds First Eco-Friendly Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit In Imus

RMHC Builds First Eco-Friendly Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit In Imus

Spotlight

Globe Recreates The Way You Learn With Special Promos

Globe introduces special Go promos for students and the GoTOK series to make quality learning and self-improvement accessible for everyone online and in real life!

Roma Point Bridge Construction In Full Swing With Republic Cement Support

Expected to be the longest bridge in Calabarzon, the Roma Point Bridge, also known as the Alabat Bridge, will be 1.7 kilometers long upon completion and will connect Alabat Island to mainland Quezon province.

Specialty Pulp Manufacturing Inc. Chooses 100% Clean Energy From EDC

Agriculture-based manufacturing company SPMI is now being powered by clean, renewable, reliable energy from EDC!

1st ARISE Virtual Annual General Membership Meeting Focused On Business Resilience

ARISE Philippines discusses the need to focus on key priority areas in its advocacies on disaster risk reduction in its first virtual Annual General Membership Meeting.

Reinforcing its commitment in making a difference in the lives of Filipino children, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) recently turned over its first solar powered Ronald McDonald Bahay Bulilit (RMBB) Learning Center to the community of Jade Residences, Barangay Malagasang I-G, Imus, Cavite.

Together with the City Social Welfare and Development (CSWD) and the local government units of Imus, RMHC sets up its second RMBB in Cavite and its 33rd in the country. Close to 70 children ages 2-4 can jumpstart their learning journey in the safe and conducive center, with two to three sessions a day.

In its bid to also support Imus City’s vision in providing a safe, green, and sustainable living environment, RMHC goes eco-friendly as they install solar panels in the RMBB donated by Robles Heritage (RH) Solar.

Other RMHC flagship programs such as the Ronald McDonald Read to Learn (RTL), which teaches beginning reading, is also rolled out in public elementary schools in the city. Aside from RTL, McDonald’s Philippines is also working with the city government to hire PWDs and senior citizens in Imus stores soon.

LTFRB-10 Urges Public To Report PUVs Violating Health Protocols

Failure to wear a face mask and face shield will be penalized accordingly.

Galvez Cites LGUs’ Efforts In Managing Pandemic

"Ang maganda po sa ating mga LGUs po ngayon ay talagang 'pagka kailangan nila ng tulong ay talaga pong tumatawag po sila... They are working hard para at least ma-manage po ang ating — ang ating ano po ang ating tinatawag nating ‘yung mga kaso."

PCG Improves ‘Manual’ COVID-19 Testing For Returning OFWs

The Philippine Coast Guard has made improvements to its “manual encoding” of RT-PCR tests to ease the experience of returning overseas Filipinos.

Lisa Manoban Is The New Face Of MAC Cosmetics

Lisa out here looking pretty savage!

NFA-8 Buys More Rice From Farmers This Year

The National Food Authority in Eastern Visayas has procured 18,830 bags of palay from local farmers this cropping season, nearly triple than the volume purchased in the same harvest season last year.

IATF Notes Bacolod’s Decreasing COVID-19 Cases

“We can say that the cases are going down. Also, the mortalities have lowered. This is an indication that what the EOC is doing is really having good, positive results,” said Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF)-Visayas chief implementer Maj. Gen. Melquiades Feliciano.

Dar: Agri Modernization Key To Surviving Pandemic

Agriculture Secretary William Dar leads the harvesting of the different varieties of hybrid rice inside the 100-hectare demonstration farm of the Department of Agriculture in Caraga in Barangay Lemon.

Gatchalian Files Bill Seeking Reforms To Improve Teacher Education

The Teachers Education Council will institutionalize the National Educators Academy of the Philippines, the Department of Education's professional development arm, which will provide and streamline professional development of teachers and school leaders.

N. Ecija Farmers Find Viable Market For Tons Of Harvested Squash

Some vegetable farmers in Nueva Ecija have found viable markets to sell their tons of harvested squash.

Bacolod City Shares Best COVID-19 Practices With Other LGUs

Bacolod City shares its best practices in responding to the COVID-19 crisis with some LGUs in Negros Occidental and other provinces in Western Visayas.