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Thursday 2nd October 2014
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Population: Approx 111,326
Longitude: 125.13
Latitude: 8.83
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Cagayan De Oro
(about 41 miles away)

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DOH reaches almost half of vaccination goal
The Department of Health (DoH) reported on Thursday that it has accomplished nearly half of its target population in its month-long vaccination campaign against measles and polio. “We are pleased to announce that we have achieved an overall 44% immunization rate after the second week of the DOH campaign against measles,” DoH Undersecretary Janette Loreto Garin told reporters in a conference on ...
Immunization campaign on way to meeting targets – DOH
The Department of Health (DOH) has accomplished nearly half of its target population for its month-long vaccination campaign against measles and polio, an official said yesterday. “We are pleased to announce that we have achieved an overall 44 percent immunization rate after the second week of the DOH campaign against measles,” DOH Undersecretary Janette Loreto Garin told reporters yesterday. ...
NorthMin to get new roads worth P18.5B in 2015
Cagayan De Oro City – Armed with a fresh budget of P18.5 billion for 2015, the Department of Public Works and Highways in Region 10 (DPWH-10) is preparing the groundwork in Northern Mindanao for 16 major projects. Overall, DPWH is allocating P63 billion of its P290 billion 2015 budget to improve road networks in all of Mindanao. The fund will be used for the construction of new roads and ...
NorMin tourist arrivals up by 96%
DESPITE the tragic whitewater rafting accident in June this year, tourist arrivals in the Northern Mindanao region have increased by 96 percent or 217,253 more compared to the second quarter last year. Whitewater rafting in Cagayan de Oro City is one of the destinations in the region that has been earning millions.
DOST college scholarship exam set
ABOUT 2,500 high school graduating students from northern Mindanao are set to take the Department of Science and Technology college scholarship examination on Sunday, September 21. The examination will be conducted simultaneously all over the country where more than 25,000 high school graduating students vie for around 4,000 scholarship slots.
Dengue cases in Northern Mindanao continue to rise
DENGUE cases in the Northern Mindanao region have been surging lately. The alarming increase of dengue cases has been noted by the regional office of the Department of Health (DOH-10) from January 1 up to September 27, 2014 compared to the same date bracket last year.
NPA calls for cessation of AFP operations to release POWs in Bukidnon
“NPA will immediately declare its own suspension of offensive operations with the same duration and scope as soon as the GPH declares its SOMO and SOPO.” The post NPA calls for cessation of AFP operations to release POWs in Bukidnon appeared first on Davao Today .
Suspension of military operations in Bukidnon sought to facilitate soldiers’ release
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (MindaNews / 12 Sept) – Government officials and the Philippine Independent Church in Northern Mindanao have sent an appeal to President Aquino and Defense Secretary Voltaire… »
Manila’s low vaccination ranking dismays DOH
The Department of Health (DOH) expressed dismay yesterday over the dismal results of polio and measles immunization coverage in the city of Manila which ranked first among cities with the lowest vaccination rates since the program was launched this month. Health Undersecretary Janette Loreto Garin blamed the conventional beliefs of local officials who are sowing intrigues against the potency and ...
AFP junks NPA SOMO demand for release of 2 soldiers
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Saying it does not negotiate with terrorists, the Philippine military on Tuesday, September 9, junked the demand of the New People’s Army (NPA) for a 10-day suspension of military and police operations for the release of two soldiers abducted by the rebels in Bukidnon. The Eastern ...

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