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Press release: Grants are available for Quezon City residents from indigent families, including fresh graduates
'Tiyaga-tiyaga pa rin talaga,' says Michelle, one of the 36,000 workers affected by President Rodrigo Duterte's order to close Boracay for 6 months
''Yung pagkain ko ng dalawang beses sa isang araw, isa na lang para makatipid,' according to a cook in Boracay, who also says it would allow him to save money for his children's education
(UPDATED) 'Inuubos na lang namin ang nasa stock kasi sayang. Sinusulit na lang namin ang puwedeng kitain habang 'di pa nagsasara sa turista,' a restaurant owner says on the eve of Boracay's 6-month shutdown
There are complaints that the transportation allowance granted by the DSWD is not enough, especially to those travelling to places far from Boracay
Tolentino says of the P404 million budget, at least P105 million is already with the provincial government of Albay, as well as with the 3 cities – including 6 municipalities – affected by the Mayon volcano eruptions.
Many of the first batch of scholars in state universities and colleges graduated with honors. It shows that 'talent and intelligence is normally distributed, but opportunity is not,' former CHED Patricia Licuanan says.
The Davao City Council earlier approved a resolution granting the mayor the authority to donate the amount
Myanmar will receive 688 million euros 900 million from 2014 to 2020
The World Bank offers 480 million in addition to the 500 million emergency loan announced last Monday
Hong Kong said it will contribute financial aid to the Philippines even after sticking to a deadline on sanctions against Manila over a 2010 hostage crisis
The government puts up a one stop shop to cater to all incoming assistance
MovePH Rappler’s citizen engagement arm is initiating an experiment on crowd sourced information on financial aid for students
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