Ramon Magsaysay

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  • Summary Of The Ugly American

    Col. Hillandale is an example of someone who understands his operational environment. In the Philippines, the people called him "The Ragtime Kid” because of his ability to interact with the local populace and sing and play the harmonica. In the northern Philippines, his outgoing personality gave him the ability to halt the rumors about the riches of the American people and allowed further influence by the Philippine government. After Amb. MacWhite’s meeting with Ramon Magsaysay; Col. Hillandale travelled to Sarkhan on temporary…

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  • Selco India Case Study

    Harish Hande (a)Entrepreneur background: A social entrepreneur from India, who cofounded selco India in 1995. He was awarded with the Ramon Magsaysay award for 2011 for “his hardheaded efforts to put solar power technology in the hands of poor, through his social enterprise SELCO INDIA. He was born in UDIPI district, KARNATAKA and brought up in ROURKETA, ORISSA,INDIA. He studied his basic schooling in Orissa in ISPAT ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL, he went to IIT KHARAGPUR for his…

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  • Miriam Defensor Santiago Case Study

    Miriam Defensor Santiago is known around the globe for her intelligence and stand against corruption. Because of her brilliance, she received various recognitions: named as laureate of the Ramon Magsaysay Award for government service, cited for "for bold and moral leadership in cleaning up a graft-ridden agency", and recognized by The Australian Magazine as one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World. In addition, she brought honor to the Philippines in 2012 by being the first Filipina and…

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  • Ambassador Mcwhite's The Ugly American

    through others, allowed Ambassador McWhite to frame his way forward. ADRP 3-05 explains this of operates with and through others, "The supported non-U.S. forces then serve as force multipliers in the pursuit of mutual security objectives with minimum U.S. visibility, risk, and cost. ARSOF also operate with and through indigenous government and civil society leaders to shape the operational environment." Ambassador McWhite 's perseverance pushed him to shift direction and focus on solving the…

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  • Analysis Of Mother Teresa

    the Missionaries of Charity. In 1996 she fell and broke her collar bone and was never able to recover. She passed away a year later. Mother Teresa’s foundations continued to run and change the lives of individuals who needed help. How much she loved and cared for everyone she met was incredible and she inspired people around the world to be the best person that they could be. While Mother Teresa was alive, she was honored with a Nobel Peace Award. She had reservations about accepting it but…

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  • Nonverbal And Nonymbolic Interaction Theory

    Jericson P. 2715-D Jose Abad Santos Ave. Tondo, Manila tomas_jericson@yahoo.com 09206636930 PERSONAL DATA Age: 16 Gender: Male Birthdate: July 10, 1999 Birthplace: Manila Religion: Roman Catholic Civil Status: Single EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Primary: General Maximino Hizon Elementary School Secondary: Cayetano Arellano High School Tertiary: Polytechnic University of the Philippines CURRICULUM VITAE Santiago, Alona E. 2180 Bohol St. Sampaloc, Manila…

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