MANILA, Philippines — A budget of P221 million has been approved by the government for the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) next year and it’s barely enough to cover operating costs, leaving a wide gap in funding for the rehabilitation of facilities.
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Three hundred women from the City of Manila received livelihood assistance from the offices of Senators Alan Peter and Pia Cayetano this week.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Wednesday slammed the country's push for a 'balanced approach' on the tobacco industry, saying the reality is that Filipino tobacco farmers earn a tiny fraction compared with what the tobacco moguls get.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Tuesday called for a balanced approach to the Philippines' territorial claims, saying while the country needs to protect what is ours, proper relations with neighboring countries must also be taken into account.
It was an extended Valentine's Day celebration as a total of 2,364 people from various sectors in Rizal received vital assistance from the offices of Senators Alan Peter and Pia Cayetano.
Graduates of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority's (TESDA) Bread and Pastry Production NCII from Caloocan City thanked Senators Alan Peter Cayetano and Pia Cayetano for the support they received.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Tuesday scolded officials of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) for not standing up for a diplomat who had been accused by a newspaper of benefiting from a scam victimizing OFWs in Italy.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Monday stressed the importance of having a good system to cascade information as part of preparations for natural calamities and disasters.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Monday said misinformation continues to shape how the public views the use of nuclear energy in the country and emphasized the need to change this through education.