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Top 10 Public Secondary School in the Philippines with the Highest Budget (2012)


1. Parañaque National High School – Php 126,412,000.00

2. Rizal High School (Main) – Php 105,586,000.00

3. Quezon National High School – Php 102,814,000.00

4. Iligan City National High School – Php 100,904,000.00

5. Caloocan High School – Php 100,379,000.00

6. Batangas National High School – Php 99,626,000.00

7. Zamboanga City High School (Main) – Php 99,588,000.00

8. Pampanga National High School – Php 99,563,000.0

9. Dasmariñas City National High School – Php 98,576,000.00

10. Digos City National High School – Php 96,918,000.00

Source: General Appropriations Act of 2012

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Old November 19th, 2012, 02:52 PM   #305
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Regl Devt. Plan to boost DavSur’s agro-industries
By Carina L Cayon
Monday 19th of November 2012

DIGOS CITY, Davao del Sur, Nov. 19 (PIA) – The Regional Development Council (RDC) has emphasized the relevance of the Davao Regional Development Plan 2011-2016 to Davao del Sur’s economic growth, saying that the Plan has embodied strategies to specifically sustain the province’s agri-industrial industry.

Sara Duterte-Carpio, chair of the Regional Development Council-XI (RDC-XI) and current Davao City Mayor, said the identified strategies will further boost the agri-industrial development in said province through technology and innovation.

“Through modern and competitive agri-industrial development, product diversification shall be facilitated that meet the needs of global markets,” the mayor stated in her message read by RDC-XI Vice-Chair Ma. Lourdes Lim in a recent Davao RDP Roadshow held at the Davao del Sur Coliseum in Digos City.

The roadshow was the second leg of the RDC-XI Plan advocacy campaign aiming to enhance awareness and understanding of provincial and local development partners on the RDP and the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) Program.

Duterte-Carpio said one strategy identified is to strengthen the priority industry clusters, specifically the coconut industry, as well as the provision of infrastructure support to improve connectivity to markets.

She bared that the “infusion of the P2.2 billion investments for the processing of coconut sugar in Davao del Sur is a giant step towards the realization of its development thrust.”

The RDP 2011-2016, she said, has also embarked on a strategy for a sustainable management of protected areas for the conservation of the region’s biodiversity and ecosystems.

“For Davao del Sur, the management of the Mt. Apo Natural Park is critical considering that it is now threatened by conversion of forest to agriculture use and uncontrolled mountain trekking,” Duterte-Carpio pointed out.

The official also emphasized the development of conflict-affected areas as a priority of the Plan, “through the adoption of a culture of peace that ensures human security, protection of human rights, delivery of services, resilient communities and unity despite diversity of cultures.”

She said the RDP cites the success of Davao del Sur in transforming post-conflict zones into Peace and Development Communities (PDCs) “which served as pilot areas for the convergence of socio-economic development initiatives while strengthening local governance through participation of all stakeholders in these peace and development efforts.”

She added that this best practice is being replicated in other provinces in the region, as well as in other regions of the country.

Duterte-Carpio lauded Governor Douglas Cagas and members of the Davao del Sur Provincial Development Council for the accomplishments in the agri-industrial and peace-building endeavors.

The mayor strongly enjoined the partners in the private and government sectors including the local governments units “to work together to advocate our plan to the widest spectrum of society,” emphasizing that the implementation of the plan is most crucial at the local level.

She also raised the importance of the involvement of the “common tao,” saying this would ensure that all efforts should be directed “in making a difference in their lives.”

Meanwhile, Cagas recognized the significance of RDP Roadshow for the provincial planners and mayors to be guided in ensuring that all their programs and projects are in accordance to President Aquino’s programs and in meeting the Millennium Development Goals. (PIA-XI/Carina L. Cayon)
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Top 10 Provinces with the Most Number of Goats

1. Cebu – 231,489

2. Pangasinan – 215,092

3. Negros Occidental – 212,000

4. Iloilo – 211,414

5. Negros Oriental – 186,467

6. Davao del Sur – 178,976

7. Tarlac – 137,888

8. North Cotabato – 119,789

9. Batangas – 118,925

10. Ilocos Sur – 75,302

Source: Bureau of Agricultural Statistics

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Old November 22nd, 2012, 04:31 PM   #307
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hey guys, SM is coming to Digos ^^

http://balita.ph/2012/11/21/sm-prime...alls-in-davao/

SM Prime to build two malls in Davao
November 21, 2012 11:00 am
By Digna D. Banzon

MANILA, Nov. 20 — Giant mall operator SM Prime Holdings, Inc. will construct two more malls in Mindanao to support the growing retail market.
Company president Hans T. Sy said it is looking at opening an SM mall in Tagum in Davao del Norte and another one Digos in Davao del Sur.
He, however, did not divulge the amount of investments.

The planned two malls in Davao are on top of two other malls the company eyed to construct in the cities of Butuan and Cagayan de Oro next year.
The completion of four new malls will bring to eight the total number of SM malls in Mindanao.


To date, SM Prime already operates two malls in Davao City -one in Cagayan de Oro City and another in General Santos City.
Sy said the business continues to grow despite the strong peso.
"It will affect us in the retail, the OFWs (overseas Filipino workers) and the export market…I hope it (peso) don't come too strong and don't go below P40," he said in an interview during the recent re-launch of SM SouthMall in Las Pinas City.

For her part, Annie S. Garcia, president of Shopping Center Management Corporation, said that the company's expansion activities in the provinces will not kill the small players.

"We are there to bring in new businesses," she said in a separate interview.
In fact, Garcia said they are there to help the small businesses.
"It would rather be a synergy between big business and the locals and not to compete with them," she added.

Meanwhile, the SM SouthMall was relaunched after it was renovated. The 20-hectare property now boasts of over 300 prime retail choices and all-new attractions to visit.
It has leveled up into a premier mall, said Millie F. Dizon, SM vice president for marketing and communications.
“We grow with our consumers and we serve generations of consumers as we look after the needs of our shoppers,” Dizon said. (PNA)
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Old November 22nd, 2012, 05:05 PM   #308
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woohoo! magka SM najud amung bukid. hehe
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 02:02 AM   #309
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Congrats digos....
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Old November 25th, 2012, 07:29 AM   #310
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CONGRATS TAGUM and DIGOS!!!!!

http://balita.ph/2012/11/21/sm-prime...alls-in-davao/
http://www.mindanaotimes.net/sm-eyei...says-official/

SM Prime to build two malls in Davao
November 21, 2012 11:00 am
By Digna D. Banzon
MANILA, Nov. 20 — Giant mall operator SM Prime Holdings, Inc. will construct two more malls in Mindanao to support the growing retail market.
Company president Hans T. Sy said it is looking at opening an SM mall in Tagum in Davao del Norte and another one in Digos in Davao del Sur.
He, however, did not divulge the amount of investments.
The planned two malls in Davao are on top of two other malls the company eyed to construct in the cities of Butuan and Cagayan de Oro next year.
The completion of four new malls will bring to eight the total number of SM malls in Mindanao.
To date, SM Prime already operates two malls in Davao City -one in Cagayan de Oro City and another in General Santos City.
Sy said the business continues to grow despite the strong peso.
"It will affect us in the retail, the OFWs (overseas Filipino workers) and the export market…I hope it (peso) don't come too strong and don't go below P40," he said in an interview during the recent re-launch of SM SouthMall in Las Pinas City.
For her part, Annie S. Garcia, president of Shopping Center Management Corporation, said that the company's expansion activities in the provinces will not kill the small players.
"We are there to bring in new businesses," she said in a separate interview.
In fact, Garcia said they are there to help the small businesses.
"It would rather be a synergy between big business and the locals and not to compete with them," she added.
Meanwhile, the SM SouthMall was relaunched after it was renovated. The 20-hectare property now boasts of over 300 prime retail choices and all-new attractions to visit.
It has leveled up into a premier mall, said Millie F. Dizon, SM vice president for marketing and communications.
“We grow with our consumers and we serve generation"

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Old November 27th, 2012, 03:05 AM   #311
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OPENING SOON AT GAISANO GRAND MALL Of DIGOS !!
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Old November 27th, 2012, 07:17 PM   #312
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five more SM daw, cdo,but,tag,dgs ug asa ang isa ani.....

1. zambo?
2. pgdian ?
3. surigao ?
4. ctbato ?
or basilan, jolo,tawi-tawi,marawi.....
Zamboanga was also planned along with Butuan... I guess it was in the news before...
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Old November 27th, 2012, 07:57 PM   #313
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Old November 29th, 2012, 03:38 PM   #314
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THE Board of Investment (BOI) in Davao Region is presently working on a P12-billion investment for a transshipment hub by a foreign company in the region.

BOI regional chief Gil Dureza said the proposed transshipment facility will serve neighboring countries within the BIMP-Eeast Asean Growth Area (Eaga) region since existing transshipment ports in Singapore and Hong Kong are becoming more saturated each year.

Last Friday, the BOI along with the local government unit (LGU) somewhere in Davao del Sur and the potential investors met to discuss the possible establishment of the transshipment facility along the coast of Davao del Sur.

Dureza, however, refused to name the investor pending the consent from both parties and prior to the project's confirmation.

"Mindanao really needs this kind of facility and our neighboring countries as well," Dureza said.

Dureza also allayed fears of the possible over-crowding in the Davao gulf, saying that not all portion of the entire stretch of the gulf can be utilized as a transshipment port for foreign and large vessels.

Dureza said of the total length of Davao gulf, only five percent are conducive for transshipment ports that can accommodate international vessels as big as Panaplex.

Just the other week, during the second Davao Investment Conference (Icon), the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc (DCCCII) has signed an agreement between the with North Sulawesi Chamber of Commerce in the Province of Sulawesi in Indonesia for the utilization of Sasa Wharf as a transshipment port for imported goods of Indonesia from China.

The utilization of Sasa Wharf as a transshipment port will connect Davao and Manado, a municipality in Sulawesi.

Mindanao Development Authority's Romeo Montenegro said aside from the fact that transshipment ports in Hong Kong and Singapore are getting more saturated, cost of using transshipment ports in these countries are getting more expensive each year.

Montenegro said should the proposed transshipment port in southern part of the region pushes through, this will open lots of opportunities for local players.
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Old November 30th, 2012, 12:12 PM   #315
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SM Prime eyes more Davao projects
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Source: BusinessWorld

DAVAO CITY -- Sy-led SM Prime Holdings, Inc. is looking at expanding its presence in Davao Region, the company’s top official said during a recent visit here.

“We are looking at some properties,” SM Prime President Hans T. Sy told local journalists.

At the opening of its second shopping mall here in September, Mr. Sy had said the company plans to open at least one shopping mall each year in Mindanao because the island “is greatly overlooked.”

In the city, aside from the two malls, the firm also opened early this year a Savemore grocery store.

Mr. Sy said that, next year, the company plans build two more malls on the island -- one in CAGAYAN DE ORO City in Northern Mindanao, where it already has one, and the other in BUTUAN City in Caraga in eastern Mindanao.The company, he said, plans to build a total of four more malls on the island in the next five years.
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SM Prime shares gained 62 centavos to P15.12 apiece at the closing of trades yesterday from P14.50 on Wednesday. – CQF

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ang laki nito! located at Digos City, Davao del Sur.
1st olympic-size covered swimming pool in mindanao?








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Old December 3rd, 2012, 09:29 AM   #318
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Old December 5th, 2012, 11:51 AM   #320
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ang laki nito! located at Digos City, Davao del Sur.
1st olympic-size covered swimming pool in mindanao?








i don't think its the first ever olympic sized swimming pool sa mindanao, we already have one in Cabadbaran

nice chicks in the thired pic though
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