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    1. Butuan City – The dry spell that is sweeping across Butuan City and Agusan del Norte has severely affected close to 10,000 farmers. The City Agriculture’s Office (CAO) disclosed that more than P52 million in damages have been recorded. “Most of these damaged rice fields were already set for harvesting,” said CAO Officer Albert Boca. […]

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    3. Dry spell affects 10,000 farmers in Mindanao

      Manila BulletinMay 28 11:55 PM

      The dry spell that currently hit Butuan City and Agusan del Norte severely affected close to 10,000 farmers, it was learned on May 29. These affected farmers, especially dependent on irrigation system appealed to both national and local government units to intervene in an effort to alleviate the increasing problem of these big number of […]

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    5. A wounded dolphin was rescued after it got stranded at the shore of Dagupan City in Pangasinan last weekend, the Philippine Coast Guard said Thursday.

    6. By Joey Pavia / Correspondent ANGELES CITY—Sen. Cynthia Villar vowed to help Pampanga’s only highly urbanized city to reduce its tons of solid waste and strengthen its food production through organic farming. Read more on Villar to help Angeles City properly manage solid waste…

    7. Crop damages in Oro rise to P6.4M

      Sun StarMay 07 07:45 AM

      THE City Government has formed the damage assessment and needs analysis (Dana) team to assess and evaluate the villages in Cagayan de Oro that submitted their reports on the impact of dry spell that continues to affect agricultural produce in their areas. The barangays, which submitted their damage assessment reports are Pigsag-an, Tagpangi, Tumpagon, and Pagatpat. The latest damage report was ...

    8. Ex-LEEO chief gets new post; Nava cries foul

      Panay News PhilippinesMay 12 03:10 PM

      By ROMA R. GONZALES ILOILO City – Why can’t Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog let go of Vincent de la Cruz, former head of the Local Economic Enterprise Office (LEEO)? De la Cruz, who faces a graft case before the Office of the Ombudsman, is a principal suspect in the alleged anomalies at the city’s public markets ...

    9. Recognizing the growing challenge of feeding city dwellers, who will become the world's majority by 2050, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Union of Wholesale Markets on Thursday signed a partnership aimed at reaching the urban poor and reducing food waste estimated at 1.3 billion tonnes every year.

    10. BARANGAY officials in Cagayan de Oro City submitted a resolution last May 15 requesting the immediate declaration of state of calamity in areas affected by the dry spell, as damages to crops reached over P56 million. The City Council, however, did not discuss the dry spell issue, particularly the state of calamity declaration, as it referred the proposal to the committee on agriculture on May 18...

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