Recently launched in April 2020, Hijo Resources Corporation (HRC) revolutionizes agriculture by providing an e-commerce platform that aims to empower farming communities and bridge the gap between farmers and consumers, thereby eliminating the ‘middle men’.
“We are a group of light workers, earth angels, miracle workers based in Davao City. But those are just labels though, to easily identify us with,” Pangging related how the Mystique Angels was formed.
On April 29, 2019, HRC takes another quantum leap in promoting inclusive growth and sustainable transformation for communities, and this is the Project Honeycomb, a breakthrough in food manufacturing industry and in producing value-adding natural products.
On November 27, 2016, Gabay Guro is bringing this huge celebration in Davao at the SMX Convention Center of SM Lanang, Davao City on Sunday at 2pm. The biggest gathering of teachers will be graced by performers Pops Fernandez, MJ Lastimosa, Andrew Wolff, Asias songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Christian Bautista, Sam Concepcion, Chad Borja, Wency Cornejo, and more.
This year’s Scott Kelby Photowalk held in Davao was not only memorable for photographers coming together from different organizations and clubs, but for a group of young individuals whose lives are changed as soon as they hold cameras in their hands.
Gabay Guro was born and became the CSR arm under the PLDT-Smart Foundation when a small group of like-minded PLDT executives banded together over coffee nine years ago for an advocacy for teachers. With a common dream of being a catalyst of change in the lives of teachers, Gabay Guro became an education arm and a flagship project of the PLDT-SMART Foundation under the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Manny V. Pangilinan.
Sonshineland once again transformed dramatically into a Disneyland as Children’s Joy Foundation Inc.’s (CJFI) Founding President Pastor Apollo Quiboloy celebrates his birthday along with thousands of children in the city. Now on its 10th successful year, the whole day event is dedicated to indigent and destitute children who are treated to a birthday bash like no other.
In Baganga, Davao Oriental, people are rebuilding their lives, houses, livelihood, and spirit. It was a busy coastal village on the brink of recovering from heavy wounds after the Typhoon Bopha tragedy.
Several Miss Earth candidates visiting the Philippine Eagle Foundation, Malagos Garden and Eden Mountain Resort, and enjoying Davao for a few days’ stay at the Pearl Farm Beach Resort. Photos by Rhonson Ng (2011) Tweet