Category Archives: Government

DENR Region XI

DENR Region XI (Davao) Even with this Work From Home scheme, DENR-XI’s Office of the Regional Executive Director is still here to serve and is making sure to stay connected with all its clients. Please free to contact these ORED Hotline numbers from 8:00 AM to 5 PM. Everyone, please stay safe always. DENR XI Hotline Number: Globe:… Read More »

Davao City Emergency Hotlines

Davao City Emergency Hotlines (Covid-19) As we are in a State of Public Health Emergency, you can reach the Department of Health Region XI through their COVID-19 Hotline numbers. Globe: 0917-508-6548 (calls only)Globe: 0906-367-4671 (for texts only) Smart: 0919-071-1111 (for calls only)Smart: 0939-340-5675 (for texts only) PLDT Hotline Davao: (082) 244-0181   You may want read: Philippine Emergency… Read More »

The Philippines and the Holy See

The Philippines and the Holy See The Republic of the Philippines and the Holy See celebrate 70 years of formal diplomatic relations today. Check out this infographic for more information about the relations between the two countries! The Philippines established diplomatic relations with the Holy See on April 8, 1951. The Philippines is 10,588.75 kilometers away from the… Read More »

How to become a Philippine Marine?

How to become a Philippine Marine? Initial Requirements for Marine Basic Course (MBC) PSA Birth Certificate K-12 Diploma/Tesda Diploma Transcript of Records 2×2 Picture (White Background) Marine Basic Course Qualifications At least 18 years old and not more than 25 years old Must be a natural-born Filipino citizen and of good moral character Single, never been married, and… Read More »

On this day, April 5

On this day, April 5 Today in History, April 5, in 1580, 8 years after being organized into an encomienda, Pangasinan was organized under the Spanish colonial government into a province (Provincia de Pangasinán) ruled by an alcalde mayor. This was the acknowledged date of the founding of the said Philippine province. Prior to the Spanish incursions on… Read More »