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     POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES Research Paper in English IV by Ella Katrina P. Punzalan Gino D. Nazareno Jella Mae N. Delos Santos Johanna H. Lu Kimberly Montante Lalaine L. Orilla Paul May Liza A. Saludaga IV Balagtas – Group 1 Mrs. Benedicta A. Lavina Ms...
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    endure just to live for a day. People will commit crime such as robbery or even murder to live and it threatens to divide our country because of the issue of equality, in particular income equality FACTS AND TOPIC CONCEPT * Philippinespoverty line marks a per capita income of 16,841...
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  • Poverty in the Philippines
    y Poverty in the Philippines Acknowledgement: We would like to thank the following who made this project successful. Yahoo.com and wikipedia.org for giving information and facts about our research. Dell for our laptop used in our research. Mama Maria’s...
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  • Thesis Case Study : Survival Among People in Poverty Line
    CASE STUDY: Survival among people in poverty line ROVELYN JOY R. BATIRZAL MARY LYNCEL L. PATROCINIO High School Department Saint Louis School-Don Bosco, Dumaguete City, Philippines March 2013 A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the High School Department Saint Louis School-Don...
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    Disadvantages of having better Philippines iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First of all, I would like to thank our English Teacher Miss Mirasol Lastimoza for patiently teaching us how to do these things and for...
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  • Poor Living
    Review of Related Literature 3 Effects of Poverty 5 Poor Living Reduction 9 Conclusion 10 Summary 10 Recommendation 12 Bibliography 14 Acknowledgement This thesis would not be possible without the support and having assistance of some persons who give...
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    that the Philippines is a third world country where poverty is rampant and the hardships of life is in one package deal already. To very poor people they cannot even afford to eat three times a day that's why it is more important for them is food rather than investing for the education for their...
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    Acknowledgement Dedication Introduction Outline Table of contents Acknowledgement Dedication Introduction I choose to research because poverty is one of the...
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  • Importance on Voting in the Philippines
    Philippines in 2010. You have no idea how big is the difference you can make as you vote in the 2010 elections. Do you care about freedom of speech? Were you annoyed when you heard about the ZTE scandal? Did you even realize that hunger and poverty has become rampant here in the Philippines? Do you...
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  • Economics
    1.Health issues in the Philippines The Philippines have been struggling with some healthcare issues, one of the most noticeable being illegal drug use. There are a number of Filipinos who are said to be addicted to prohibited drugs. However, the Philippine government has concentrated on this issue...
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  • Doing Theological Education in a Poverty and Oppressed Context: a Philippine Scenario
    DOING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION IN A POVERTY AND OPPRESSED CONTEXT: A PHILIPPINE SCENARIO In February 2005, the author interviewed 27 theological educators from three different Protestant-Evangelical seminaries in the Philippines regarding the role of theological education in...
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    poverty. Long term Philippines economic development can only be possible if these areas are properly government spending. A hard working service sector and large allowance from millions of Filipinos working abroad played an important role in Philippines economic development. Since, Macapagal...
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  • “Positive Effects and Impact of Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines”
    of the Philippines' School of Economics presented two papers in support of the bill: Population and Poverty: the Real Score (2004), and Population, Poverty, Politics and the Reproductive Health Bill (2008). According to these economists, which include Solita Monsod, Gerardo Sicat, Cayetano Paderanga...
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  • Child Labor
    Child Labor in the Philippines To be submitted to the faculty of University of Batangas Lipa Campus In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement in English Communication 102 Aira Vyra Lindo Camille Manigbas Sarah Jane Hidalgo January ,2013 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT A special...
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  • Economic
    Add to Collections Download this Document for Free Auto-hide: off Quantcast I.INTRODUCTION : One of the major problems that continue to plaque the Philippines is poverty. Despite the said efforts of both government and business firms many Filipinos remain in need. It is not a simple problem...
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    live in areas where the houses hardly have windows and live in darkness even during daytime. Their solution up until this innovation was to turn on the light bulb and use electricity. Poverty is one of the main problems in the Philippines followed by the effect of climate change. All...
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  • THE PERCEPTION OF FRESHMEN COMPUTER ENGINEERING STUDENTS OF S.Y. 2012 – 2013 TOWARD THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH LAW (REPUBLIC ACT 10354)
    that most of the people living in this nation are below average. According to United Nations World Population Prospects, the Philippines is ranked 12th among countries with large population. And to overcome this problem which results to poverty, many programs and solutions were made and one of them is...
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    as the antidote of poverty. With this thought reverberating in mind of every Filipino student, it is then necessary to pay particular attention to the state of education in the country. On this case, the maritime education system is under explication and scrutiny. The Philippine...
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  • Theology
    Set A #2 The Liberation Theology movement came to be in Latin America, a region much like the Philippines, having been colonized by the Spanish and culturally invaded by the west. Both the Philippines and Latin America are also burdened with a massive poverty situation. The priests of Latin...
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    INTRODUCTION Do you agree that Reproductive Health (RH) Bill is the answer for poverty? The Reproductive Health bill, popularly known as the RH bill, is Philippine bill that aims to guarantee universal access to methods and information or birth control and maternal care. The...
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