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    Daily Routines

    Your Daily Routines: Then and Now Day Before College After College Sunday I would spend this day relaxing at home and playing outside with my son. Being that I am attending college online I can still relax at home and spend time with my son. Monday Work on the computer or around the house. I would also spend some time working out. When my son gets home from school I help him with his homework. Before I do anything I make sure I complete my plan for the week on how I want to finish my class

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    Jatropha on Philippines

    Possible Effects of Implementing Jatropha Biodiesel as Alternative for Petroleum Diesel in the Philippines Introduction The Oil Problem: High increases of prices of different commodities and services can now be observed in the Philippines. These increases are due to different factors such as catastrophes and global economic crisis. The government’s job is to find a way to address these problems. The most constant of these two is global economic crisis which is affected by crude oil price increases

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    Automotive Industry Philippines

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1. To explore the history of the automotive industry in the Philippines 2. To examine the implications of various laws and regulations, whether domestic or international, on the local automotive industry 3. To provide and survey the current profile of the industry 4. To analyze the problems and challenges significantly affecting the industry, especially those which are economic in nature 5. To provide various recommendations that

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    Amigo- the Philippines

    “Amigo” is set around 1900 in a hamlet called San Isidro. It is a movie directed by John Sayles. It is set around 1900 in a hamlet called San Isidro during the time of the Philippine-American War. At that time, Andres Bonifacio was already dead and Emilio Aguinaldwas the so-called president. The hamlet had Rafael Dacanay as their mayor. The movie started with Rafael trying to give a fair and firm little village justice over some sweet potatoes conflict. He was firm but fair, so he was respected in

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    Philippines

    Hicks, 2002, The Magic of the Philippines 5. Filipino Values Reyes, 2001, Exciting Philippines Gonzales, 1998, Philippines (Insight Guides Philippines, p. 51, 2005 6. Manila Reyes, 2001, Exciting Philippines 7. Chocolate Hills Bronce, 2008, Central Philippines 8. Banaue Rice Terraces Gonzales, 1998, Philippines Reyes, 2001, Exciting Philippines 9. Mount Mayon Hicks, 1999, This is the Philippines 10. Boracay Hicks, 1999, This is the Philippines 11. Palawan Loop and Carpenter

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    Philippine Literature

    Philippine literature is the literature associated with the Philippines and includes the legends of prehistory, and the colonial legacy of the Philippines. Most of the notable literature of the Philippines was written during the Spanish period and the first half of the 20th century in Spanish language. Philippine literature is written in Spanish, English,Tagalog, and/or other native Philippine languages. Contents  [hide]  * 1 Early works * 2 Classical literature in Spanish (19th Century)

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    Poverty in the Philippines

    POVERTY IN PHILIPPINES AMONG THE COLLEGE STUDENT Hannah Joyrose R. Abgona AAIM-1styr-Section1 ENGL.2 I. Introduction a. Outline I. Title “POVERTY IN PHILIPPINES AMONG THE COLLEGE STUDENT II. a.cause of poverty in the Philippines Poverty in the Philippines: Causes, Constraints, and Opportunities comprehensively analyzes the causes of poverty and recommends ways to accelerate poverty reduction and achieve more inclusive growth. The report provides an overview of current government responses, strategies

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    Philippine Literature

    today. It may aim to bring about changes in the social conditions. THE PRE-SPANISH PERIOD Historical Background Long before the Spaniards and other foreigners landed on Philippine shores, our forefathers already had their own literature stamped in the history of our race. Our ancient literature shows our customs and traditions in everyday life as traced in our folk stories, old plays, and short stories. Our ancestors also

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    Predictive Valuation of Oil in the Philippines

    “The Predictive Valuation of Value of Oil Imports in the Philippines” A Research Study Presented to: Dr. Marcelo M. Angelia, Ph.D In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Subject DGM 234 Empirical Analysis I By Marl Tutor Ale April 08, 2012 Table of Contents Chapter Page

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    The Auschwitz Daily

    The Auschwitz Daily KIPP Atlanta Collegiate | 4/6/2013 | [Edition 1, Volume 1] | The Auschwitz Daily KIPP Atlanta Collegiate | 4/6/2013 | [Edition 1, Volume 1] | Hitler Burns Knowledge “We live and breathe words. That is the reason that the Hitler wants to take away them. Jews have power through language.” “We live and breathe words. That is the reason that the Hitler wants to take away them. Jews have power through language.” Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germans burn Jewish books

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    Education in the Philippines

    EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES The education in the Philippines is not developed enough to achieve their UN Millennium Goal #2. The Philippines suffer in their bad educational cycle. Not all of the students in the Philippines are getting enough education for different reasons, and the effect of not getting enough education makes the future of the Philippines even worse. The education in the public schools is much weaker than the one in the private schools. The public schools follow the

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    Philippine Tobacco Taxes

    Philippine Tobacco Taxes Summary It is globally known that the Philippines is one of the most significant largest consumers of tobacco in the Western Pacific Region of the world. The high demand of tobacco use has constantly increased for many years and significant numbers of Filipino youth are smokers. In effect to the high levels of tobacco use, the Philippines had considerably facing adverse health issues and economic consequences from tobacco. With the current low tobacco product taxes and

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    Philippine Forest

    PHILIPPINE FOREST Under our constitution, a forest is legally defined as “that portion of the public domain characterized by a predominant growth of trees or wood species, including nipa, mangrove, and all lands of the public domain not classified as agricultural, industrial, commercial, residential, resettlement, minerals or grazing lands”. It is often said that life comes from the forest. It is an area of land where flora and fauna are present. Types of Philippine Forests: * Dipterocarp

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    Daily

    http://www.facebook.com/YaleDailyNews Yale daily news has 6330 likes. How the Yale Daily News engaged their reader by motivating them about sports and their wins. http://www.facebook.com/TheCrimsonWhite The Crimson White has 7314 likes. They intrigue their readers by having scenarios where they can debate about a topic, like smoking being ban. http://www.facebook.com/zumba Zumba Fitness has 5,797,229 likes. They engage their readers by asking questions that are important to Zumba dancers

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    Philippines

    Mabuhay! It means "Welcome!" in Philippines. And here, you truly are. On Tourism Philippines Guide, you'll find friendly unbiased updated travel information for touring Philippines, what to see and what to avoid. More [+] Cavite Posted by Epi Fabonan on Jun 12th, 2009 Filed Under: Cavite, Featured, Luzon Cavite Map Cavite CAVITE TRAVEL GUIDE Why Not Go Why Go Best Time to Visit Where to Stay Where & What to Eat Nightlife To Do List Stay Away From Getting There Cavite is the historical

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    Poverty in the Philippines

    Poverty remains the most critical social problem that needs to be addressed. Philippines' poverty line marks a per capita income of 16,841 pesos a year.[1] According to the data from the National Statistical Coordination Board, more than one-quarter (27.9%) of the population fell below the poverty line the first semester of 2012, an approximate 1 per cent increase since 2009.[2] This figure is a much lower figure as compared to the 33.1% in 1991.[3] The decline has been slow and uneven, much slower

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    Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program as the Trending Issue in the Philippine Education

    Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program as the Trending Issue in the Philippine Education Christelle Jane C. Alto University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna Abstract This research paper discussed the reasons why Enhanced K+12 Basic Education Program is seen as an inappropriate implementation in a developing country like the Philippines. The current status of the education in our country is declining.

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    Daily Report

    PRACTICAL TRAINING REPORT AT ZULFAHMY & CO. DAILY REPORT DATE/DAY | EXACT NATURE OF WORK DONE | REMARKS | 01 Feb 2013(Friday) | PUBLIC HOLIDAY – HARI WILAYAH | | 04 Feb 2013(Monday) | -Report of duty. -Self introduction session and introduced to staff in Zulfahmy & Co.-A few of staff explains scope of work that will be done and the rules of the company.-View the file and document that has been audited by the company such as :- * PAF (Permanent Audit File ) – BLUE * CAF (Client

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    Philippine Regions

    Region 1 or the Ilocos Region is composed of four provinces and a city—Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, and Dagupan City. Majority of the population verbalizes Ilocano, the third most astronomically immense verbalized language in the Philippines, albeit a consequential number additionally verbalize Pangasinense. The region has a coast and hilly ranges that are prone to typhoon in the wet months, but devastatingly sultry during the dry season. This is the backdrop of Ilocano food. It’s

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    Hiv in the Philippines

    HIV in Philippines HIV (Human immune deficiency syndrome) is the causing factor for the sexually transmitted disease AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome).HIV virus makes the Immune System weakened that result in making the body suspect able and vulnerable to many diseases. When the immune System is weakened the body becomes vulnerable to make diseases. (UNAIDS 2012). The HIV epidemic in the Philippines has been rapidly changing in the past 5 years. The first case of HIV in the Philippines

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    Daily Weights

    Consistent Daily Weighing Important of Cardiac Patients Student’s Name Institution Consistent Daily Weighing Important of Cardiac Patients In almost all parts of the world, cardiac-related problems are one of the most leading causes of death (Windale, 2010). The term cardiac problems often connote a deadly disease, silent killer and/or a type of illness related to diabetes, stroke and coronary heart disease. Studies conducted reveal that chronic heart failure and other

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    Philippines

    The Philippines (i/ˈfɪlɨpiːnz/; fi-lə-peenz; Filipino: Pilipinas [ˌpɪlɪˈpinɐs]), officially known as the Republic of the Philippines (Filipino: Repúblika ng Pilipinas), is a sovereign island country in Southeast Asia situated in the western Pacific Ocean. It consists of 7,107 islands that are categorized broadly under three main geographical divisions: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Its capital city is Manila while its most populous city is Quezon City; both are part of Metro Manila. To the north

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    Impacts of Migration: Focus on the Philippines

    OUTLINE: Topic - Impact of Migration: Focus on Philippines I. Introduction Ia. Defining Migration a.1 Kinds of Migration a.2 Who are Migrants a.3 Factors of Migration a.4 Reasons for Migration II. Review of Related Literature III. History of Migration and its Policies III.a. Migration Policies - Critique III.b. Statistics        b.1.Number of Migrants b.2.Main destinations

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    Philippines

    The Philippines (i/ˈfɪlɨpiːnz/; Filipino: Pilipinas [ˌpɪlɪˈpinɐs]), officially known as the Republic of the Philippines (Filipino:Repúblika ng Pilipinas), is a sovereign island country in Southeast Asia situated in the western Pacific Ocean. It consists of 7,107 islands that are categorized broadly under three main geographical divisions:Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Its capital city is Manila while its most populous city is Quezon City; both are part of Metro Manila. To the north of the Philippines

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    Nestle Philippines

    Case Analysis on Nestle Philippines I. INTRODUCTION Background of the Case Nestle was the only foreign coffee producer in the Philippines owned by Nestle S.A. of Switzerland, the largest producer and marketer of food products in the world, and San Miguel Corporation, the largest beer brewer in the Philippines. For the past decades, the coffee consumption in the country has doubled causing its sales to increase. As Nestle’s market share increases it brought pressure to the company on how will

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    Philippine Youth Purchasing Habits

    “Made In” vs. “Product Of” vs. “Owned by” (Australia & South Africa) 8 b) Buy Philippine Made Movement, Inc. 9 c) Seal of Excellence 9 d) Action Plan 10 4. Market Study 10 a) Colonial Mentality 10 b) Products Consumed 11 B. Definition of Issues 13 1. Philippine Made 13 2. Patronization of Philippine Made Products 15 3. Perceptions on Campaigns for Philippine Made 16 C. Position of Advocate 18 1. Mission and Vision: 18 2. Resources:

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    Philippines Afta

    One strategy the Philippines should do prior to AFTA is to promote research, development, and extension services along appropriate sustainable fishing and farming technologies. Here in the Philippine setting, a lot of farmers use traditional way of farming. Sustainable farming can greatly improve profitability, maintain the productive volume of a farm’s natural resource base, and improve a farm’s capacity to cope with adversity all while maintaining or enhancing the natural resource base. There has

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    Philippine History

    1. ABORIGINAL 2.1 RELIGION Like the Hellenic religion of Ancient Greece, the early religion of the Filipinos was polytheistic. They worshipped different deities that have different domains and functions, often related to the daily lives of the believers. Bathalang Maykapal was superior to all other deities for he was believed to be the creator of earth and of man. Other deities were: Idiyanale, the god of agriculture; Lalahon, goddess of harvest; Balangaw, a rainbow god; Mandarangan, the

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    Philippine Tattoo

    Batek: Traditional Tattoos Batek: Traditional Tattoos and Identities in Contemporary Kalinga, North Luzon Philippines Analyn Ikin V. Salvador-Amores ABSTRACT In the early 16th century, traditional tattooing is widespread in the Philippines, but very little is known or written about the practice. Sources for the study of traditional tattoos in Northern Luzon are very inadequate and merely make vague statements on the function and symbolic meaning of tattoos, as well as the relationship between

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    Trivias in Philippines

    PHILIPPINE TRIVIA Longest Underground River The world's longest underground river system accessible to man can be found at the St. Paul National Park in the province of Palawan. It is 8 kilometers long. Largest Philippine Wild Animal The largest Philippine wild animal, the tamaraw (Bubalus minodrensis), is a dwarf water buffalo similar to the carabao except that it is smaller and its horns grow straight upward into a "V" form. It is found only in the island of Mindoro. Highest Mountain

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    Media Killings Under the Culture of Impunity in the Philippines

    Cuerdo, Ruth Ann P. Media Killings under the Culture of Impunity in the Philippines Freedom of Expression and the Media “Everyone has the right to freedom of expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers” according to Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Ideally that was the case, but what happens when

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    Healthcare in the Philippines

    Philippines Robin Brown Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on January 13, 2015, for Prof. Dorothy Moore, H440 International Healthcare. Philippines Thesis In the Philippines, delivery of healthcare to its citizens is a fragmented system with a dysfunctional health workforce which results in great disparity between healthcare for the rich and poor. In 2010, the government concentrated on specific programs to promote effective and sustainable healthcare, but with

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    Unilever Philippines

    Industry Analysis (unilever) The Philippines subsidiary company of Anglo- Dutch multinational company is planning to invest 5.37 billion pesos in the country. The expansion will increase with a capacity of 33% in the country or an equivalent of another 100,000 tons. The investments is set to be completed in year 2020 and expected to boost Unilever’s asset base in the Philippines, including the purchase of additional 129 assets. Unilever will also introduce pioneering technology in all categories

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    Philippine Tricycle

    The Philippine Tricycle DIVINA, Joseph H. 21 Nov 2014, Sikatuna Village Need a ride that could get you to an exact address? Is a taxi cab too expensive for a place too near? Buses and jeepneys can only go so fat? What other options do you have? You guessed right – a tricycle ride! The tricycle is a public utility vehicle that reigns over the Philippines’s inner roads and alleyways. This vehicle is surprisingly versatile, despite its size. It can travel from a street corner to the next or form

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    The Philippines Takeover

     however in the late 1890’s the American soldiers and political leaders  broke the foreign policy by taking over the Philippines. Even though the men who spoke of the  ceded Philippine, they had different messages through their tone.   The first Spaniard to set foot on the Philippines was Ferdinand Magellan in 1521,  however the actual invasion did not begin until 1564. Spanish power in the Philippines soon  started to fall as other nations were starting to practice their spread of power in the mid 1700s

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    Philippines Economy

    Overview of Philippines “One aggregate indicator of robustness and the most off-cited would be GDP growth performance which gives an aggregate impression of the business environment of a country.” (Plummer, 2009) The Philippines narrowly qualifies as a lower middle-income country based on the World Bank’s classification. With its sound economic fundamentals and trained workforce, the Philippines has been among the dynamically emerging markets in the region. Growth in the Philippines is on average

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    Philippines

    using it, managing it, and relaying information to others. Computers enable the efficient processing and storage of information. Background of the Study HOKACHING UNIVERSITY started at the year 2009 and later on grew on different branches on the Philippines. It has now almost half a million students both on High school Department and College Department. "Education is the needs of each and every person to achieve their goals and aspirations in life." Overview of the System Grading System is a very

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    Daily Operations

    Daily Operations * The day-to-day operating procedures of a hospital change from venue to venue. However, an administrator can certainly expect to deal with management situations similar to managers in other businesses, e.g. caring for personnel, creating schedules, structuring the work environment, regulating care and managing finances or facilities are often some of the duties an administrator can expect to encounter in her daily routine. Fiscal Management :Financial manager is one of the

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    Daily Lesson Log

    Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Region III Division of Bulacan District of Angat Osias M. Esteban Elementary School Pulong Yantok , Angat, Bulacan DAILY LESSON LOG Subject: SCIENCE Grade Level : V | MondayDate: __________________ | TuesdayDate: __________________ | WednesdayDate: ________________ | ThursdayDate: _________________ | FridayDate: _________________ | LessonObjective/s | _____________________________________________

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    Philippines

    this high percentage comes from mainly repair of motor vehicles, household goods, trades, real estate, rents and businesses for transportation, storage and communication, public administration, defence forces, finances services and social security (Philippine Statistics Authority, 2015). Industry sectors contributes 31.2% of the total GPD (Central Intelligence Agency, 2014), which contains manufacturing, construction, mining and production, and power production (Advameg, Inc, 2015). The leftover of 11

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    The Daily Desideratum

    THE DAILY DESIDERATUM On a lazy Sunday afternoon , I got off the bus and walked up to a small cottage with peeling paint and faded curtains . A voice behind me asked “ Are you looking for somebody “?......... I flinched at the voice that broke the stillness of the environs . I turned around nervously and was shocked to see her “Grandma , what are you doing here ? And that too on a Sunday?” . Grandma has always been a home bound person, specially so after grandpa’s demise and never ventured out

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    Philippine Englishes

    English and Englishes in the Philippines: A World Englishes Approach to MTBMLE Isabel Pefianco Martin, Ateneo de Manila University Abstract ! In the past two years since DepEd Order 74 (series 2009) was implemented, teacher training sessions have been conducted that focussed on the development of teaching strategies and the preparation of instructional materials for teaching in multilingual settings. One area of utmost concern among basic education teachers, and often a source of anxiety

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    Philippine Folklore

    PHILIPPINE FOLKLORE: ENGKANTO BELIEFS HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: Philippine mythology is derived from Philippine folk literature, which is the traditional oral literature of the Filipino people. This refers to a wide range of material due to the ethnic mix of the Philippines. Each unique ethnic group has its own stories and myths to tell. While the oral and thus changeable aspect of folk literature is an important defining characteristic, much of this oral tradition had been written

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    Apec 2015 Host Economy - Philippines

    APEC 2015 Host Economy - Philippines Global integration has come again. Together, we strategize and plan for the future. From issues on economy up to biodiversity, all has been tackled. But what does really lie ahead of us? Path is being paved but there is no one traveling in it. Yes, it has come again- the APEC. The Philippines becomes the world's biggest stage for a week as it hosts this year's APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). The leaders from the Asia-Pacific

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    Philippines

    Philippines Ask any Filipino how many islands there are in the Philippines and you will invariably receive the answer in the form of another question, “High tide or low tide? The most common figure given is 7,107 during low tide and 7,100 during high tide, but nobody knows where these numbers come from. The official figure from the Department of Tourism is 7,107 islands. Known as the “Pearl of the Orient Sea” and the “Green Necklace of the Pacific” for the natural beauty of its

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    Philippines

    Introduction to the Philippines Separated from its Southeast Asian neighbours by the West Philippine Sea, the Philippines has always been a little different. As the only Asian nation colonized by the Spanish, this lush archipelago of dazzling beaches, year-round sun and warm, turquoise waters remains predominantly Roman Catholic, and culturally – a blend of Islamic, Malay, Spanish and American influences – it ofen feels light years away from the mainland, with a string of elegant colonial towns that

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    Teenage Pregnancy in the Philippines

    distress and has generated abundant attention in the Philippines. Nearly every year, there is an increase in the percentage of pregnant teens. In August 2014, the Philippine Statistics Authority released the final results of the 2013 National Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS). The survey shows that childbearing is increasing among girls from 15 to 19 years old across all regions in the Philippines. Teenage pregnancy is prevalent in the Philippines due to the influence of media, absence of good role

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    Walmart in the Philippines

    Walmart in the Philippines I. Introduction Given the established retail sector, the consumer expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages in the Philippines amounts to approx. 43 billion USD which placed the Philippines as the third largest market in the ASEAN region for processed and packaged foods and one of the fastest growing market in the world. The study suggest that The Philippines has a strong preference for imported goods and supermarkets and hypermarkets that sell imported goods

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    Daily Journal

    Student Trainee’s Daily Journal Name of Student Trainee: Pantino, Steffi Kay D. Course: BSA - 4 Faculty Adviser: Mr. Wendell Ang Name of Company/Institution/Organization: RP Mora Accounting and Law Office Name of Supervisor: Ms. Victoria Meñoza Area Assigned: Audit Department Period Covered: December 1, December 3 and December 4 of 2015 No. of Hours: 24

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    Philippines Citizenship

    Who are the Citizens of the Philippines?     A Filipino citizen may be considered natural-born or naturalized citizen.  Both statuses bestow upon the individual certain privileges and exclusive rights such as the rights to vote, to run for public, etc. which may be denied the foreigner. NATURAL-BORN FILIPINO          Art. IV, sec. 2 of the 1987 Constitution defines the NATURAL-BORN Filipino citizens as: 1.  “Those who are citizens of the Philippines at the time of the adoption of this

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