E-Dyario

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e-Dyario
Type Newspaper
Format Digital newspaper
FoundedNovember 2010
Political alignmentIndependent
Language Spanish
Chavacano
HeadquartersFlag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines

e-Dyario was the first Spanish digital newspaper based in the Philippines established in Manila on 2010 and made by Filipino journalists. e-Dyario was part of the international cooperation project of Ventura de los Reyes. An initiative supported by the Government of Spain through the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) and developed by Kapatiran Sandugo Foundation, with the support and assistance of the Association Press of Cadiz. Its aim was to promote the use of Spanish language and the traits of the Spanish-Filipino culture all over the country. It also has an article section written in Chavacano language.

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