• Phillipine Problem: Population Explotion
    Philippine Problem: Population Explosion I. INTRODUCTION What makes the population explosion a problem? This splurge of growth alerts politicians and economists because of the reason that human beings need resources in order to survive. Since there are limited resources, there would come...
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  • The Pros and Cons of Rh Bill
    and overpopulation are two of the biggest national concern the Philippines have right now. Many solutions have been made to alleviate these problems but none of them seem to work. One of which is The Reproductive Health Bill of the Philippines, or RH Bill. This bill allows Filipinos access to contraceptives...
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  • Apessay
    Philippines profile More than 7,000 islands make up the Philippines, but the bulk of its fast-growing population lives on just 11 of them.Much of the country is mountainous and prone to earthquakes and eruptions from around 20 active volcanoes. It is often buffeted by typhoons and other storms.Two presidents...
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  • Corruption as a Political Challenge in Philippines
    CORRUPTION AS A POLITICAL CHALLENGE IN PHILIPPINES By Romil Jagunap I. INTRODUCTION Philippines held its 15th presidential election last May 10, 2010. The obvious winner of the said election was Mr. Benigno “Noynoy” Aguino III. He won by landslide garnering 42% from more than 36...
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  • Philippines Underdevelopment
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION For more than years, Philippine is saddled with huge challenges on how to find a concrete strategy to cope up economic depression, mainly the main reason that analysts could see is the drastic population density that leads to various implications like poverty (the main symptoms...
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  • Pinatubo
    research (volcano). Of those many eruptions, countries may respond in various ways depending on the wealth of their country. Mt Pinatubo located in the Philippines had its last major eruption from 1991 to 1993 (Wikipedia). That eruption caused a huge impact to its surrounding environment as well as the world...
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  • Mining
    Outline: I. Introduction II. The Philippine Mining Act of 1995 A. Provisions B. Restrictions III. Mining in Antique A. Implications a. Economically b. Environmentally B. People’s point of view IV. Conclusion Research Question: Mining in Antique, do...
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  • Poverty
    country Philippines' poverty line marks individuals earning less than 16,841 Peso a year. According to the statistics from the National Statistical Coordination Board, more than one-quarter (26.5%) of the population falls below the poverty line in 2009. Known that the residents of the Philippines is increasing...
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  • Spanish
    Introduction to the Civil War 4. The Church and the Civil War Introduction to the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars 5. The Spanish-American and Philippine Wars “Introduction to the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars,” in Nineteenth-Century Saints at War, ed. Robert C. Freeman (Provo, UT: Religious Studies...
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  • Firecracker Should Be Banned in the Philippines
    Mataas na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales Nueve de Pebrero St., Brgy. Mauway Mandaluyong City Title: “Firecracker should be banned in the Philippines” S.Y: 2012-2013 Submitted by: Joris E. Magno IV – Amber Submitted to: Mrs. Theresa Aquino Feudo Submission on: February 22 , 2013 ...
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  • Trends and Issues in Education
    the midst of diverse, complex, media-saturated environment. We are faced with immerging issues like global warming, poverty, health issues, population explosion and many more. However emerging technologies and globalization provide possibilities for new developments like non-conventional sources of energy...
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  • American Imeprailsm Dbq
    were the most dramatic changes in Hawaiian population between 1853 and 1920? According to the chart the most dramatic changes in Hawaiian population took place between the years 1878-1900. What led to this change? The cause of the drop in Hawaiian population was the large amount of laborers sugar plantation...
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  • Ample Foodgrain Stocks and Poverty
    It is a myth that world hunger is the unavoidable result of food scartity due to the population explosion aggravated by weather changes. It prevents deciscionmakers from taking appropriate actions. "The way people think about hunger is the greatest obstacle to ending it," says Peter Rosset, director...
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  • The Culture of the Phillipines
    he Culture of the Philippines: A Scholarly Paper The Philippines is the second-largest archipelago on the planet, and the third largest English speaking country in the world. The Philippines is located in Southeast Asia, with Manila being its capital city. The Philippine’s is composed of over seven-thousand...
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  • Overpopulation in the Philippines
    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN THE PHILIPPINES INTRODUCTION It has been a politically perceived issue that there is over population in the Philippines. This issue has been constantly blamed for the aggravating poverty situation. One side is claiming that unbridled population increase is putting so...
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  • Humanities Mt Pinatubo
    explain why Mt Pinatubo exist using Wegener’s theory of continental shift. The need for these measures are even greater in an LEDC country like the Philippines. The Investigation will look at what other Mitigation measures can be taken, apart from those that already exist. In this Investigation, the Economics...
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  • Business, Government and Society
    Current Business Environment in the Philippines In the Market Environment, various industries form the dominant part of Philippines economy. In the Manufacturing sector, they are known for automotive parts, food processing, electronics, garments, and textiles. Philippines is a major importer of industrial...
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  • Intro - Impact of Sns
    LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY – LAGUNA Km.54, Makiling, Calamba City, Laguna The Impact of Social Networking Sites to the Academic Performance of the Students of College of Computer Studies in Lyceum of the Philippines – Laguna Presented To: Mr. Jonathan Roque Faculty of College...
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  • The hope in diminishing the poverty in the Philippines
     Thesis Statement: According to the Economists of the Philippines, poverty is worse in rural areas with 53 percent of families below the poverty line because job or economic opportunities have been scarce but the urban poor who are 23 percent of urban families suffer...
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  • Research Paper on Environmental Science
    are doing to various ecosytems, the impact is being felt all over. For example, acid rain in certain regions has resulted in the decline of fish population. Natural Selections, Adaptation and Evolution Like all of the natural sciences, evolutionary biology is based on the assumption that all natural...
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