Tags » Camiguin

What was and Is in Camiguin

Darkness may well be an instrument of courage. So is the influence of a different kind of spirit.

In the middle of a human chain, fumbling through crackling leaves and things that slithered, we crept slowly down a coastal wall. 1,177 more words


Mahinog municipality unveils marker as Labor Laws Compliant Tourism destination

 Mahinog, Camiguin—Department of Labor and Employment-X (DOLE-X) Regional Director Raymundo G. Agravante unveiled the Mahinog marker as Labor Laws Compliant Tourism municipality in the Province of Camiguin on 6 May 2015. 355 more words


DOLE NorthMin inks MOU in the creation of Camiguin project monitoring team

Mambajao, Camiguin—To intensify efforts in monitoring funded projects in Camiguin, the Department of Labor and Employment-X (DOLE-X) along with its partner government agencies created a Project Monitoring Team (PMT) to ensure success and sustainability of all existing DOLE funded livelihood projects in the island on 6 May 2015 at the Mambajao Municipal Hall. 269 more words


DOLE turns over 1st Job Search Kiosk to Mambajao

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, May 22 — First of Northern Mindanao’s 18 enhanced job search facility known as Job Search Kiosk (JSK), was turned over to the Municipality of Mambajao, Province of Camiguin on 6 May 2015. 461 more words


Where it all begins

When I was in elementary and in college, I remember selling little snacks in the classroom to help earn a little summer allowance. I did not want for money, as my parents provided more than enough for my needs, but looking back, my early entrepreneurial training has helped give me a healthy respect for work and for money. 268 more words

Sound Spirit

Little Photographer

We met a little entrepreneuring girl in Camiguin during our recent mother’s day escapade. At fifth grade, she was selling candles in the old church ruins in the summer, but also, she was promoting herself as a photographer for tourists. 165 more words

Sound Mind

Feature: Hibok-Hibok’s finest coffee blend up for grabs

Sourced from the island’s naturally thriving coffee beans in the foothills of Mount Hibok-Hibok is a new rich blend, much-admired by coffee lovers.

Mt. Hibok-Hibok Brew is Camiguin’s first try to market its own coffee brand, benchmarking on other successful products from the province, as well as on the rich volcanic soil that made marks in producing the sweetest lanzones fruit in the country. 367 more words