Provinces of the Philippines

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  • Poverty In The Philippines Essay

    Having poverty is unfair, unethical, and dangerous. The Philippines should abolish poverty because its people deserve to be free of it. Poverty in the Philippines is one of the most serious problems that the government must deal with. In relation to its nature, poverty in the Philippines arose from the rapid population growth in the country. The effects of it are very visible in nature. Poverty causes many Filipinos to not pursue their education. Others seem to be contented of their lives as…

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  • Argumentative Essapines: People Cannot Go A Day Without Using The Internet

    professor, but bad luck is on your side. The Internet is taking forever to load and you only have 5 minutes until the deadline. What will you do now? Slow Internet has always been a problem in our country. As a matter of fact, ASEAN actually named the Philippines as the country with the slowest Internet with 3.6MBps (Macaraig, 2014). In a nation loaded with dynamic…

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  • Mactan Cebu Airport Case Study

    After which, it remained as an outpost until the Vietnam War in the 1960s. In 2014, the Philippine government awarded Mactan Cebu International Airport to the consortium of GMR Infrastructure Limited from India and Megawide Construction from Philippines under the Build-Operate-Transfer Scheme, turning over operations, as well the maintenance. This is the first Public-Private Partnership project of the Philippine government among its airport facilities.…

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  • Importance Of Filipinoism In The Philippines

    current state of the Philippines, one of them being a democratic country. Employing democratic ideals to the government scheme, as expounded by the Oxford English Dictionary, means practicing fair and equal approach to society and having election of government officials by eligible citizens of the country. PRE-COLONIALISM Origins According to Henry O. Beyer, an expert anthropologist, the Dawn Man, Negritos, Indones, and Malays were the primitive people to inhabit the Philippine archipelago. The…

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  • Jose Rizal And The 1896 Revolution Analysis

    B. 2015101919 History tells us that Dr. Jose Rizal became the Philippine national hero as he fought for freedom using a pen as a sword. Rizal is well-known for his two novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Unlike other national heroes who fought aggressively and through violent means, Rizal believed that independence could be achieved peacefully. All Filipinos and even non-Filipinos who study the history of the Philippines know Rizal’s heroism primarily because of his martyrdom.…

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  • Figaro Case Study

    German Development Service, League of Corporate Foundations, Philippine Coffee Board, Foundation like Figaro Foundation Corporation and the cooperative called SMSK. 9.2 Overall Performance of Networks, Affiliates, and Linkages Figaro has been actively boosts support for local farmers ever since they establish the firm. The company advocating the use of Philippine grown Barako coffee and it is evidently strengthening the Philippine agriculture sector and reinforcement of national…

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  • Ferdinand Magellan Reaction Paper

    Ferdinand Magellan was a well-known figure in the Philippine History. He was a Portuguese explorer who gives Spain their fame because of his expedition looking for westward route to Moluccas that result to the first circumnavigation of the Earth. With the consent of the King of Spain, Magellan then with five ships and more than 300 men began their voyage. As Magellan’s trip landed in the Philippines, he met Rajah Humabon of Cebu and became friend with him. Humabon then embraced Christianity as…

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  • Religious Tolerance Essay

    Religious tolerance is often regarded as a fundamental human right which grants individuals the autonomy to practise their religious faith. Religious tolerance advocates the peaceful coexistence of all religions without any one group being discriminated or oppressed because of their beliefs. Practicing religious tolerance need not mean that individuals validate or agree with certain beliefs or practices, but that they acknowledge the fact that others have the right to their own beliefs and…

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  • The Importance Of Culture In The Philippines

    Definition of Culture by Merriam-Webster," 2016.) The components that create a culture are: symbols; language; norms; values; and material culture and technology. One country whose culture we need to understand for possible future engagements is the Philippines. They may become an adversary to the United States in the near future and it is imperative the U.S maintains its…

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  • Filipino Culture In The Philippines Essay

    The tropical climate of the Philippines is home to a growing population of 107,668,231 and currently the 12th largest country in the world by population. (worldometers.info) More than 30 million of the population is under the age of 14 and 1.8 million are neglected and abandoned children. With a fertility rate of 3.1(worldbank.org) the population is seen to hit 104 million with no struggle. Compared to the Philippines, the United States’ fertility rate is reaching a record low around 1.9.…

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