• Zambales
    Zambales | Year | Pop.   | ±% p.a.   | 1990 | 369,665 | —     | 1995 | 389,512 | 1.05% | 2000 | 433,542 | 2.14% | 2007 | 493,085 | 1.84% | 2010 | 534,443 | 2.68% | Excluding Olongapo City Source: National Statistics Office [2] | See also: Aeta, Sambal people, Tagalog people, Ilocano...
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  • Towards Understanding the Experiences of Indigenous People’s Immersion to Formal Schooling in the Public Schools of Zambales and Pampanga: a Phenomenological Inquiry
    succeed. According to Abejuela (2005), the immersion of IPs in formal schooling in the Philippines has been a recent phenomenon. In Region III, the displacement of the Aetas from the mountainous areas of Zambales and Pampanga due to the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991; and the migration of Mindanao...
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  • Site : Nagsasa Cove
    PLATE #3: THE SITE NAGSASA (NAZASA) COVE, SAN ANTONIO ZAMBALES Rainforest Aetas and rocky beaches In the 1980s, the mountain slopes around Nagsasa Cove were covered with tropical rainforest and inhabited by Aeta people, as they were for hundreds of years. The shoreline was...
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  • effects of being a working student
    sticks driven to the ground and covered with the palm of banana leaves. The well-situated and more modernized Aetas have moved to villages and areas of cleared mountains. They live in houses made of bamboo and cogon grass. Aetas are found in Zambales, Tarlac, Pampanga, Angeles, Olongapo, Panay, Bataan...
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  • aetas
    of Central Luzon which was expected to be in a crisis of survival. A decade after the disaster, a certain level of cultural change has indeed been observed in the indigenous society. prior to the eruption, the Aeta in Zambales occupied only the slopes of the Mt. Pinatubo and, in particular...
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  • Zambales
    superstitious who worship the spirits of their departed ancestors. Now, the closer equivalent of the word worship is Sambal in the dialect hence the term Zambales. The Zambales believed to have originally come from the Celebes, pushed the aborigines, the kinky-haired, dwarfish Negritoes or Aetas, to the...
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  • Island Resort
    GRANDE ISLAND 1. Physical Inventory * Grande Island Resort is located at Subic Bay Freeport Zone, located 110 kilometer northwest of Manila, and south of the Zambales Province, a 5 hour drive from Baguio through Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and just about an hour drive from Manila...
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  • Aeta
    violin (Noval-Morales and Monan 1979:109). Instruments were documented in 1931 by Norberto Romualdez (1973) among the Aeta groups. The kullibaw of the Aeta is a jew's harp made of bamboo. The bansik of the Aeta of Zambales is a four-hole flute made of mountain cane. The kabungbung of the Aeta...
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  • My Essay
    Introduction Hello and Good Morning Everyone. My name is Mr Deo Carmona and I will be your tour guide today! I would like you to all welcome here in Zambales and I Promise you that you are going to enjoy here staying here in Zambales. Zambales has been gifted with the natural beauty of its...
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  • Sdfsdgfsegt
    Dumagat people in the Sierra Madre Mountains in eastern Luzon and along the Pacific coast down to the Bondoc and Bicol mountains. Others are found inwestern and southern Luzon, with larger populations living in the Zambales-Bataan mountains (sometimes called Hambal, Aeta, Sambal), the Baluga in...
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  • Mine
    ang silangang bahagi ng Luzon at tinatawag sa iba't-ibang mga pangalan: Agta, ITA, Ati, o Aeta. About 20,000 of them are spread throughout the country. Tungkol sa 20,000 ng mga ito ay kumalat sa buong bansa. Their majority can be seen in Pampanga and Zambales while others inhabit the coastal...
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  • Places in Philippines
    Immersion with the Aetas. (Candelaria, Zambales) Sto. Nino Caves. Carved out of a fissure on the earths crust, this cavern measures about 50 by 75 meters. At its central wall sits an altar with the images of the Holy Family. The cross in the background is a makeshift of human femur bones. The unique charm...
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  • Diff. Kinds of Land
    thousand indigenous people, the Aetas, who fled to the mountains during the Spanish conquest of the Philippines. The volcano's Plinian / Ultra-Plinian eruption on June 15, 1991 produced the second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century after the 1912 eruption of Novarupta in the Alaska...
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  • History of Tarlac
    northward, the origin of Tarlac is actually the edge or demarcation of what could be called the Kapampangan balean or homeland. In the late 1600s, settlers from the lower Pampanga and Pangasinan began the influx to the hinterland, bringing the initial displacement of Aetas to the Zambales Mountains...
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  • Region 3: Handouts
    the Philippines” - San Fernando 6. Tarlac “Melting Pot of Central Luzon” - Tarlac City 7. Zambales “Wreck Diving Capital of the Philippines” - Iba BATAAN DAMBANA NG KAGITINGAN Also called the “Shrine of Valor”, this structure consists of a giant cross on top of Mt. Samat, in an area...
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  • Manilatimes
    because of their darker skin colour. It is the tribe inhabiting the eastern parts of Luzon and called in different names: Agta, Ita, Ati, or Aeta. About 20,000 of them are spread throughout the country. Their majority can be seen in Pampanga and Zambales while others inhabit the coastal fringes of...
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  • Ethnic Groups
    Ethnic groups in the Philippines 1. The Aeta or Agta, are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon,Philippines. They are considered to be Negritos, who are dark to very dark brown-skinned and tend to have features such as a small stature, small frame...
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  • Ang Buhay
    Katimugang Sulu, mga pangkat at Tawi-Tawi; Simunul, Sibulu, at iba pang pangunahing pulo 131. SAMBAL, Botolan Sentral Luzon, Zambales (Aeta Negrito, Botolan Zambal) 132. SAMBAL, Tina Kahilagaang Zambales, Luzon (Tino) 133. SANGIHE Indonesia, mga pulo ng Balut labas (Sangil, Singerese) ng...
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  • Case Study of Palaui
    provinces namely Cagayan, Zambales, Romblon, Masbate, Cebu, Siquijor and Davao Oriental. The framework emphasizes the need to have a unique and well preserved base product which may be a forest, river with mangroves or coral reef preferably a declared marine protected area. The base product is an...
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  • The Indigenous Cutural Minorities
    . In fairness to both congressional chambers, the edifying rationale of recognizing, protecting, and promoting the rights, lives, culture and ancestral homes – when and anywhere in actual existence – is indeed ennobling… The extant tribes/clans of Igorots, Ifugaos, Aetas, Gaddangs, Mangyans, etc. are...
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