President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. believes there is still a great potential for the Philippines and Hawaii to expand their trade cooperation. The President made the remark as he welcomed the Honolulu City Council delegation and participants of the 31st Trade Mission of the Filipino Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii (FCCH) and Hawaii Philippines Business Economic Council (HPBEC) during their joint courtesy call in Malacañang on Thursday.
As part of President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr.’s commitment to treasuring and preserving our country’s history while strengthening our diplomatic ties, a guided tour of the nation’s most historic homes was organized for Ambassadors assigned to the Philippines. The tour was a showcase of Filipino culture and is a part of the ongoing efforts of the President to restore and preserve Philippine heritage sites.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. inspected on Wednesday the Airport to New Clark City Access Road (ANAR) in Mabalacat, Pampanga where he directed the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) to ensure the timely completion of the project.
PCO's first Community Caravan in Visayas: Eastern Visayas State University! EVSU students enjoyed various “professional trials” offered by PCO and its attached agencies. The booths promoted media and information literacy, giving the students a taste of what working in radio and broadcasting feels like. At the Konsyerto sa Palasyo booth, the students displayed their innate talent for singing! Palakasin pa natin ang kakayahan ng lahat na #MagingMapanuri sa media!
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. welcomed Grab Philippines’ contribution in generating local employment in the country as the administration carries out initiatives to provide more jobs to Filipinos.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. highlighted on Tuesday the importance of supporting Filipino artists, especially in honing their crafts and pursuing their endeavors as they are the definition of the Philippine culture, arts and tradition.
Ibinahagi ni Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Rex Gatchalian ang mga hakbang ng pamahalaan para panatilihing epektibo ang social protection programs sa bansa. Inaaral ng DSWD ang maaaring reporma sa Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program o 4Ps upang masigurong nakakasabay ito sa kabila ng pagsubok gaya ng inflation. Patuloy din ang pagtugon sa stunting rate ng mga batang Pilipino sa tulong ng Department of Health.
Iprinisenta kay Pangulong Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. ang mga panukalang reporma sa Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), kabilang ang First 1,000 Days Grant para sa mga sanggol, at dagdag na pondong pang-edukasyon at pangkalusugan para sa mga benepisyaryo. Sa sectoral meeting, binigyang-diin ni PBBM ang pagtutulungan ng Department of Social Welfare and Development at ng iba pang mga ahensya para maipagpatuloy ang mga tagumpay ng 4Ps at matugunan ang mga pagsubok gaya ng malnutrisyon.
The military must assume the role of peacemaker while fighting to attain peace, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. said on Friday. Speaking during his Talk to Troops at the Philippine Army’s 401st Infantry Brigade headquarters in Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur, President Marcos said his government has adopted new approach in tackling internal conflict—encouraging soldiers to become peacemakers while combating groups threatening peace and democracy.