• The Implementation of Proper Waste Segregation to Solve Environmental and Health Problems in the Philippines
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  • College LGBT Students Discrimination in Employment, Education and Community: Problems and Possible Solutions
    College LGBT Students Discrimination in Employment, Education and Community: Problems and Possible Solutions Alcantara, Ma. Romelie Azucena, Claire The Seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan (2006) once said that “Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It...
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  • Educational Problems in the Philippines
    Issues and Problems in the Philippine Educational System: A Challenge Towards the Attainment of Quality Education Our country has gone through many changes and development for the past few years. The continuous process made great impacts in the lives of millions of Filipinos. Relatively, the cha
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  • Term Paper - Production line assembly problems at Vishay Philippines
     Case Study on Hal, Inc. Using Triz-based Approach in Problem Solving in Operations and Production Systems (OPS) JAY PRUDENCIO CARLO DIMACULANGAN AAMES CRISPIN AGUAS IE 231 Analysis of Production Systems Master of Science in Industrial Engineering Department of Industrial...
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  • Social Problems
    What is a social problem? A social problem is a condition that at least some people in a community view as being undesirable. Everyone would agree about some social problems, such as murders and DWI traffic deaths. Other social problems may be viewed as such by certain groups of people. Teenagers
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  • Philippines
    Philippines - The Society Philippines THE PHILIPPINES CONTINUED to be primarily a rural society in 1990, despite increasing signs of urbanization. The family remained the prime unit of social awareness, and ritual kin relations and associations of a patron-client nature still were the basis for s
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  • Local Development Planning in the Philippines
    at the Local Level A report by: Sheryl I. Fernando “Local governments do not have the luxury d of time to delay the development of their de own capabilities whic will allow them to ch achieve their cherishe objectives. ed They should help them mselves and not stagnate while the rest
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  • A Study on Factors Affecting Infant Feeding Practices of Mothers in the Philippines
    A STUDY ON FACTORS AFFECTING INFANT FEEDING PRACTICES OF MOTHERS IN THE PHILIPPINES Santos, Samuel Edelson Pingol, Aaron Paul Villanueva, Lovely Ann Bermas, Mhelrick Andrew Brecia, Froyland Miguel Faustino, Donald Bulacan State University BSECE 2A Introduction Every day, as many as 4,000
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  • Family Problems
    Family problems, more than money, is top cause of mental disorders Dr. Robin Emsley, speaking recently before members of the Philippine Psychiatric Association, said that the main challenge among psychiatrists is compliance of patients to take medication regularly. Relationship with the family
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  • Philippines
    1 2 Contents Contents .............................................................................................................................. 2 Chapter 1: Geography ......................................................................................................... 4 Introduction ..
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  • Economic Problem in the Philippines
    10 Economic Problems of the Philippines 1. Over-dependence on Global Economy The growth of the Philippines economy drastically slowed to just 3.6% in the first three quarters of 2011, which is significantly less than the 7%-8% growth targeted by administration's Philippine Development
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  • Community Development and Local Culture
    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND LOCAL CULTURE Community A basic definition of community refers to a social unit larger than a small village that shares common values.[1] The idea of a community presupposes the existence of a group of individuals whose values and norms shape a common identity
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  • Civic Involvements of Fraternities in the Philippines
    THE PROBLEM Background of the Study “A democratic government is as good as its citizens. The effectiveness of a good government depends to a large degree in the alertness of the people to their rights and willingness to bear the obligations imposed on them.” 1 The Philippines is a democ
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  • Philippines Toward a Child-Friendly Education Environment
    A Baseline Study on Violence Against Children in Public Schools Toward a Child-Friendly Education Environment Plan Philippines – February 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary...........................................................................................................
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  • Local Government Code of the Philippines 1991
    REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7160 AN ACT PROVIDING FOR A LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE OF 1991 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled: * Book I – General Provisions * Title I – Basic Principles * Title II – Elective Officials *
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  • Community Diagnosis
    Acknowledgements Upon the completion of this partial database, this would not be possible without the gathered efforts of everyone belonging to the first group for the first Community Health Nursing rotation. Without which, the data gathered were all hard works from the group to be able to come u
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  • The Philippines
    The Philippines is bordered by the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It has three major island groups which are the Luzon, the largest island and where the capital is located; Visayan, and Mindanao. Eleven islands make up 94 percent of the Philippine landmass, and two of these--Luzon and Minda
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  • Early Protestant Missionary Efforts in the Philippines
    EARLY PROTESTANT MISSIONARY EFFORTS IN THE PHILIPPINES: SOME INTERCULTURAL PROBLEMS1 1. Introduction As a trained social anthropologist, I would like to present the findings of a three-year research on the early impact of Protestant missionary efforts at the turn of the last century. Some of t
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  • Philosophy for Children in the Philippines
    Can the Philosophy for Children program function in the formal educational institutions of our country today? Provide an account on whether its methodology and curriculum serves as effective means to educate elementary and high school Filipino children. The Philosophy for Children program seeks t
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  • Migration, Remittances, Inequality and Poverty the Philippines
    Abstract Migration, Remittances, Poverty and Inequality The Philippines By Ernesto M. Pernia The paper looks into the effects of international migration and remittances on household incomes and well-being, poverty reduction, human capital investment, saving, and regional development in the
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