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firstname.lastname@example.org Cornerstone International Philippines Established in the year 1971, Cornerstone International Philippines has been known for over 40 years in the professional food and hospitality industry as a leading provider of top-quality dinnerware and table-top accessories, adorning the tables of highly acclaimed hotels and restaurants all over the Philippines.
UNIVERSiTY OF rHE PHILIPPINES OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION Diliman, Quezon City One UP, One University, One Procurement System.
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KARLO JAY PLATA HR Head, Uber Philippines GARY MALCOLM Talent Development Practice Leader – APAC Lee Hecht Harrison EDWIN BAUTISTA President and Chief Executive Officer Union Bank of the Philippines LISA GOKONGWEI - CHENG President and Chief Operating Officer Summit Publishing Group ROGELIO SINGSON Rogelio Singson GEOFFREY PRENTICE Edwin Bautista MODERATOR:
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email@example.com CAREER HISTORY Sept to Oct 2016 Metro Manila, Philippines Freelance Research Consultant for resident doctors in the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center Jan 2015 to Apr 2016 Osaka, Japan Simplified nuances in different statistical tests and concepts for two doctors completing their residency research Proposed an alternative research direction to a cranial injuries research by incorporating inferential statistics to reveal more insights from available data set SHUSAKU YAMAMOTO PATENT &
Tuberculosis in the Philippines Page 3 So please, put your textbook down, sit back, grab a quick coffee and enjoy the first issue!
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Quezon City OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO PAEP 15-40-A DATE 20 March 2015 TO Engr.
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION Dillman, Quezon City One UP, One University, One Procurement System.
EDUCATION University of Santo Tomas, España, Manila, Philippines Bachelor of Science in Psychology June 2011- May 2015 Magna Cum Laude University of Santo Tomas High School, España, Manila, Philippines June 2007- March 2011 Salutatorian WORK EXPERIENCE On-the-Job Trainee, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Intramuros, Manila August 2014- November 2014 • Assisted in the administration and scoring of psychometric tests • Facilitated group dynamics during group guidance sessions On-the-Job Trainee, Philippine Mental Health Association, East Avenue, Quezon City May 2014 – June 2014 • Conducted intake interviews to clients • Administered projective tests among clients On-the-Job Trainee, Unilever Philippines, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City March 2014 – April 2014 • Proposed an automated scheme for the medical benefit of employees • Assisted in the conduct of training and development programs for new employees • Interviewed job applicants • Devised an efficient filing system for the data of the employees CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Psychological Association of the Philippines Junior Affiliates External Vice-President, June 2014 - March 2015 • Spearheaded the PAPJA National Quiz Bee 2013 • Organized a fun-run supporting mental health awareness advocacy Psychological Society, University of Santo Tomas Treasurer, June 2013- March 2014 • Expertly managed cash funds and flow garnered from membership fees • Actively attended weekly meetings, sharing information with peers about opportunities and activities in the organization EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Red Cross Youth Council, College of Science, University of Santo Tomas Staffer, June 2011- May 2012 • Headed the Stress Management Seminar 2012 AWARDS RECEIVED Quezon Leadership Award, UST, Manila, March 2015 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Volunteer, Medical Mission at Sitio Malasa, Bamban, Tarlac, UST Simbahayan October 2014 TRAININGS/SEMINARS ATTENDED Career Seminar for Graduating Students, Counseling and Career Center, College of Science, UST, October 23, 2014 Labor Education Seminar for Graduating Students, Department of Labor and Employment, October 23, 2014 Trends in the Recruitment Process, Counseling and Career Center, University of Santo Tomas, August 2013 Psychological First-Aid Training, Philippine Mental Health Association, May 2013 ACADEMIC PROJECTS Beliefs as Predictors of Burnout and Work Engagement among University Employees, UST Psychology Department, February 16, 2015 SKILLS &
National Assembly Days Of the SALESIAN YOUTH MOVEMENT – PHILIPPINES 2018 Date: April 10-13, 2018 Venue:
List of Acronyms 3Rs Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle 3G Third Generation 4Ps Program Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program A&D AAGR AARNR ACE ACPC Alienable and Disposable Annual Average Growth Rate Agriculture, Agrarian Reform and Natural Resources ASEAN Center for Energy Agricultural Credit and Policy Council AD Ancestral Domains ADB ADBI ADM ADR ADSDPP Asian Development Bank Asian Development Bank Institute Alternative Delivery Modes Alternative Dispute Resolution Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development and Protection Plan Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Agroforestry Farm Lease Agreement Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act Armed Forces of the Philippines Aquino Health Agenda Alternative Learning System AIDS Medium Term Plan Annual Poverty Indicators Survey Agro-Industry Modernization Credit Financing Program Anti-Money Laundering Act Administrative Order Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Action Program for Judicial Reform Annual Procurement Plan Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Agrarian Reform Communities Anti-Red Tape Act Air Service Agreement Association of Southeast Asian Nations Automated Teller Machine Air Transportation Office Automatic Weather Stations AFF AFFLA AFMA AFP AHA ALS AMTP APIS AMCFP AMLA AO APEC APJR APP ARB ARC ARTA ASA ASEAN ATM ATO AWS 338 Philippine Development Plan 2011-2016 BemONC BARC BAS Basel II BCF BCM BDR BESRA BFAR BHS BHFS BI BIR BIS BMT BOC BOD BOI BOP BOT BPLS BPO BSP BSWM BTr BTU/lb CA CAA CAA CAAP CAB CADT CALABARZON Basic and Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care Barangay Agrarian Reform Committee Bureau of Agricultural Statistics New Risk-based Capital Adequacy Framework Billion Cubic Feet Billion Cubic Meter Benefit Delivery Ratio Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Barangay Health Stations Bureau of Health Facilities and Services Bureau of Immigration Bureau of Internal Revenue Bank for International Settlements Billion Metric Ton Bureau of Customs Biological Oxygen Demand Board of Investments Balance of Payment Build-Operate-Transfer Business Permits and Licensing System Business Process Outsourcing Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Bureau of Soils and Water Management Bureau of the Treasury British Thermal Unit / Pound Court of Appeals Clean Air Act Conflict-affected Area Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines Civil Aeronautics Board Certificate of Ancestral Domain Titles Region IV-A (Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Quezon and Rizal) CALT CAMIS CAR CARP CARPER CATV CBA CBEP CBFMA CBFMP CBMS CBOs CCA CCA CCC CCIC CCT CDA CDD CDI CDIS CEA CeC CES CFL CFO CFP CFSA CHED CISFA CHRP CIA CIAC CICT CIDF CIMS CIPB CIS Certificate of Ancestral Land Title Court Administration Management Information System Capital Adequacy Ratio Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms Cable Television Cost - Benefit Analysis Community-Based Employment Program Community-Based Forest Management Agreement Community-Based Forest Management Program Community-Based Monitoring System Community-based Organizations Center for Culture and the Arts Climate Change Adaptation Climate Change Commission Central Credit Information Corporation Conditional Cash Transfer Cooperative Development Authority Community Driven Development Child Development Index Citizens Database Information System Country Environmental Analysis Community e-Center Career Executive System Compact Fluorescent Lamp Commission on Filipinos Overseas Community Forestry Program Community Forest Stewardship Agreement Commission on Higher Education Comprehensive and Integrated Shelter Finance Act Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines CARP Implementing Agencies Children in Armed Conflict Commission on Information and Communications Technology Communal Irrigation Development Fund Collateral Information and Management System Compliance and Integrity Programs for Business Communal Irrigation System CISFA CISL CISs CITP Ckt CL CLM CLOA CLUP CME CMIS CMP CMTS CNFIDP CNG CNS-ATM CO2 COA COMELEC CPI CPI CPP CPR CQI CRC CSC CSF CSO CTI-R/N POA DA DAR DBCC DBM DBP DCAF DENR DepEd DFA DHUD DICT Comprehensive and Integrated Shelter Finance Act Collective Investment Schemes Law Communal Irrigation Systems Convention on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples or ILO Convention No.
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NEW CITIZEN’S CHARTER 2019 Republic of the Philippines Department of Transportation LAND TRANSPORTATION OFFICE NCR-East ACCREDITATION OF MEDICAL CLINICS – NEW IMPORTANT:
Republic of the Philippines Department of Finance INSURANCE COMMISSION 1071 United Nations Avenue Manila CERTIFIED ISO 9601:
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(EXHIBITIONS) Art in the Park Art4S Gallery, Alabang, Philippines (March 2014) Commercial art gallery featuring free-themed works from various artists.
15 20 StayWell’s Center of Excellence · West Coast, USA · The Philippines Off-Island Preferred Providers Guam Directory · Doctors and Providers by Specialty · Participating Providers • Medical Clinics • Medical-Related Services • Pharmacies and Mental Health Providers • Optical Firms • Dentists • Participating Clinics and Physicians Open After Hours and on Weekends CNMI Directory · Doctors and Facilities StayWell Office Directory You won’t qualify for the airfare benefit You pay 30% co-payment with NO maximum You pay all charges in excess of StayWell’s Eligible Charge* with NO maximum YOUR COST MAY BE MORE THAN $10,000 * See member handbook glossary for definition.
The Olango Challenge is the country’s first open water swimming competition organized to raise funds for classrooms in Olango Island and to drum up public awareness on the magnitude of drowning in the Philippines.
born in Manila, Philippines on April 21, 1914 and died in Madrid, Spain on April 28, 2002.
English-Polish translation assistant for Arts and Multimedia Edutainment Solutions (FLAMES) Manila, Philippines.
WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY—COLLEGE OF MEDICINE APRIL 29, 2015 VOLUME 1 ISSUE NO.14 OA JOINS CIRCUMCISION DRIVE IN MIAG-AO, ILOILO T he circumcision season continues and found its way at UP Pidlaoan Hall, University of the Philippines in the Visayas at Miag-ao, Iloilo on April 26, 2015.
Member, From Quezon City, Philippines Team Sante Barley (Member, Team Secondwind, 2011-2013) !
(PSI), Philippine Finswimming Federation (PFF) or Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) can join the competitive category.
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Coastal Anthropology Alicia Magos with Judith Pabito University of the Philippines OPEN UNIVERSITY Coastal Anthrolopogy By Alicia Magos with Judith Pabito Copyright © 2001 by Alicia Magos, Judith Pabito and the University of the Philippines Open University Apart from any fair use for the purpose of research or private study, criticism or review, this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted, in any form or by any means ONLY WITH THE PERMISSION of the author and the UP Open University.
Treason.' — Any Filipino citizen w h o levies war against the Philippines or a d h e r e s to her e n e m i e s , giving them aid or comfort w i t h i n t h e P h i l i p p i n e s or e l s e w h e r e , shall be punished by reclusion perpetua to d e a t h a n d shall pay a fine not to e x c e e d 100,000 pesos.