Freshwater Fishes Found in Caraga

  Common Freshwater Fishes Found in Caraga (Region 13) the Philippines Caraga is an administrative region in the Philippines. It is designated as region 13. It has 5 provinces namely: Agusan del Norte Agusan del Sur Dinagat Islands Surigao del Norte ┬áSurigao del Sur   The agriculture, fishery, and forestry (AFF) sector is Caraga’s banner … Read more

Price Freeze

  What does a price freeze mean? The price freeze is implemented when the President of the Philippines declares State of Emergency, State of Calamity / Disaster, State of Rebellion, State of War, Suspension of Privilege of Writ of Habeas Corpus and Martial Law. It is effective 60 days for basic goods and 15 days … Read more

Antipolo City Government Hotline

  Antipolo City Government Hotline Numbers Antipolo City Emergency Hotline Numbers 8696-9911 0927-755-9911 CDRRMO – 8234-2676 OPSS – 8734-2470 Manila Water – 1627 Meralco – 16211 Police PNP Antipolo – 8697-2409 Chief of Police – 8529-5856 PCP 1 Masinag – 0920-898-8369 PCP 2 Cogeo – 0966-299-222-9 Hospital RPHS Annex 1 – 8639-8453/8251-7559 RPHS Annex II … Read more

Richest Municipality in the Philippines

  Top 10 Richest Municipality in the Philippines The following are the richest municipality in the Philippines: Cainta, Rizal – Php 4.437 billion Mariveles, Bataan – Php 3.016 billion Sual, Pangasinan – Php 2.805 billion Sto.Tomas, Batangas – Php 2.566 billion Binangonan, Rizal – Php 2.218 billion Caluya, Antique – Php 2.161 billion Tanay, Rizal … Read more

DOH Health Advisory on Waterborne Infectious Diseases

Waterborne Infectious Diseases are any illness caused by drinking water contaminated by human or animal feces, which contain pathogenic microorganisms. Contaminated water can cause diarrheal diseases that include several species of the salmonella and shigella bacteria, cholera, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever. Waterborne and foodborne diseases are transmitted by ingestion of contaminated food or water. … Read more