• Heyboy
    experiences he encountered. To acknowledge the others about the issues and maltreatment of the government. The speech took place * The Philippines Language used * Formal English Quoted * The country is far advanced in her times of trouble. * The problems maybe surmounted if we are...
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  • Sona Reaction Paper
    CAUSE WHY THE PEOPLE IN THE PHILIPPINES LIVE IN EXTREME POVERTY. President Benigno Aquino III’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) would have been “nice” if he also mentioned about overseas Filipino workers Pres. Benigno Aquino III’s failure anew to make mention of the state of overseas Filipino...
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  • Tourism to Alleviate Poverty in the Philippines
    goals of the country. C. Methodology and Scope The subject of this research focuses on the tourism industry of the Philippines and its role in alleviating poverty in the country. Several sources like books, journals and news articles were used for this study. The speech of the current...
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  • Reaction Paper- Aquino Sona 2012
    the remainder of his term. In PNoy’s speech, he detailed information regarding economic growth, decrease in unemployment, higher foreign direct investments and rising tourism. This is in fact very good news for us. Again, our country has made another step in eradicating/decreasing poverty...
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  • Case Study
    of the article and I tend to react on it, but first let me react to what he said about ate.Glue and P-NOY. The author is right that Ate Glue is really hiding under the shadow of P-NOY and they hide the truth to the real situation of our country, as we are humans we can feel the stress the poverty...
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  • Yeah Baby
    citizens through drawing attention to his actual accomplishments on social services and emphasized gains on good governance and transparency, as some of his campaigns as the Philippine President. Most of his speech addressed was along good governance, poverty reduction, protection of the vulnerable...
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  • homework
    contribute more to poverty. • Corruption is a problem in all the institutions of the Philippines including the criminal justice system specifically the police, prosecutorial and judicial organs. Budget Mismanagement • Education, health, and public infrastructure were not given much...
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  • Teenage Pregnancies
    Speech About Teenage Pregnancy .. The amount of teenagers getting pregnant around the age of 15-17 is quite concerning .Although most Teenage Pregnancies are unintentional .It still means there are chances of them becoming pregnant. At the same time, Teenage Pregnancies associate with...
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  • Difficulties in Reading; Language Aspect
    *the art of expressing ideas, esp. in speech and writing *the science of transmitting information, esp. in symbols Poverty...
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  • i'm yours
    Economists push zones for clean local industries By Julie M. Aurelio Philippine Daily Inquirer 3:43 am | Sunday, October 20th, 2013 THE INCREASINGLY concentrated poverty in informal urban settlements is one of the consequences of urbanization. File photo by Arnold Almacen MANILA...
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  • A Borderless World Does Not Preclude the Idea of a Home
    A Borderless World Does Not Preclude the Idea of a Home The speech given by Patricia Evangelista was mainly about nationalism. According to her, a borderless world does not preclude or rule out one’s idea of a home. It is about being proud and appreciating our own country and appreciating even...
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  • Intglos
    INTGLOS Last Wednesday, Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. visited the De La Salle University to have a conference/seminar regarding the relationship/foreign relations between the Philippines and United States of America. During the first part of his speech, he discussed the economic opportunities...
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  • Pnoy Sona
    , Quezon City. The President acknowledged that in his 3 years of becoming the President of the Philippines, his administration faced many challenges. In the first part of his speech, he praised his Team PNoy who has dominated the last Senatorial elections last May 2013. He also cited the success of...
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  • death penalty
    the Philippines now is that the country is obviously suffering from poverty. Addition to this, Philippines’ crime rate is still high. With these issues that devastates the country today, death penalty can be a solution. If death penalty shall be implemented once again in the country, crime rates...
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  • Sona
    “successors”. Pwede na yan. You’d expect then that at the mid point of his term, the question of whether the Philippines is a less-corrupt country and whether this being less-corrupt has translated to less poverty will have been answered by the mid-term SONA. Unfortunately for BS Aquino I do a better...
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  • Iiillegal Logging
    poverty and achieve social and human development, confront these same realities," Naderev Sano, climate negotiator for the Philippines, said today in an impassioned speech at the 18th UN Climate Summit in Doha, Qatar, which has been crawling along the last two week. Sano pointed to the disaster as more...
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  • Reaction Paper- Aquino Sona 2012
    bringing down the number of dengue cases in the country. PNoy had also mentioned about Military Modernization. PHILIPPINE AIR FORCE will have an additional two C-130, 21 refurbished UH-1H helicopters and four combat utility helicopters at the end of the year. Come 2013, 10 attack helicopters, two...
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  • Eduardo Strasburger
    waiting and watching, make us proud. God bless the Philippines," he said.Liano P. Vacaville from California said he was touched by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's speech that praised the Philippines after the  US-run MCC granted $434 million to the country for poverty alleviation projects...
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  • blah
    documents how poverty fanned the flames of unrest and rebellion”. From: “Getting Our Act Together,” closing remarks delivered by Rep. Wigberto E Tañada on September 5, 2000 during the Social Watch Philippines National Consultation. 2. Reference to the occasion “History looks very kindly towards...
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  • State of the Nation 2012: Pnoy
    his BOSSES: the Filipinos. The speech articulated about the progress of the Philippine economy and the government’s plan and preparation for the betterment of the country through his way of governance. He did a brief talk pertaining to root of bad economy and poverty, rotten governance of the past...
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