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  • Smart livelihood program turn Aetas into driftwood sculptors

    [16 June 2015] A number of Aetas were recent beneficiaries of a training activity on driftwood sculpting under a livelihood program of mobile leader Smart Communications (Smart).
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  • Smart backs Cordillera Great Traverse

    [28 April 2015] Wireless services leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) recently backed a 444-kilometer trek through six Cordillera provinces, organized by a group of athletes seeking to establish the longest hiking and trekking destination in the Philippines.
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  • Angono as the Art Capital of the Philippines: A title well-deserved

    [11 March 2015] A stroll through the town of Angono reveals numerous museums, galleries, art houses, and street art that showcase works of renowned maestros, acclaimed local talents, and budding artists. It is a testament to the town’s strong sense of identity – an affirmation that it is, truly, “The Art Capital of the Philippines”.
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  • DOST, Smart deploy more automated rain gauges

    [11 March 2015] The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and leading wireless provider Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) recently renewed a partnership to further improve weather monitoring and flood systems in the country. The agreement allows DOST-National Capital Region (NCR) to co-locate additional automated rain gauges (ARGs) in strategically located Smart base stations in Metro Manila.
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  • Smart supports PhilHealth to improve access to healthcare services

    [04 March 2015] Consistent with its commitment to make quality healthcare services accessible to more Filipinos, wireless leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) supported the annual run of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth) as it steps up efforts to encourage its millions of members to avail of the various services and benefits for their well-being.
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  • Iloilo historical treasure highlighted in Smart’s Doon Po Sa Amin

    [25 February 2015] The Philippines boasts of natural wonders, many of which have yet to be discovered and documented. With the use of Internet technologies, leading wireless services provider Smart Communications (Smart) calls on Pinoys to become local ambassadors and share their hometown stories to the rest of the world via the Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) project.
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  • Know more about Pinoy hometowns with Smart’s Doon Po Sa Amin eBook

    [20 February 2015] The best stories on Philippine culture and tradition generated by students all over the country are now compiled in an eBook, made available by Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart).
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