Northern Mindanao

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  • The Philippines’ Geography

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    islands are covered with tropical rainforest plants. Besides, there are a lot of live volcanoes, so earthquakes happen frequently in the Philippines. In total, there are 52 volcanoes in the Philippines. The Luzon Mayon, which located in the island of Mindanao, is the largest active volcano in the Philippines, and is the smallest active volcano in the world. The land area of the Philippines is 29.97 square kilometers, located in southeast Asia. North across the Bashi channel and Taiwan province of

  • My Favorite Vacation In The Philippines

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    The Philippines isn't a very common vacation spot for most people, but that makes Mindanao, the Philippines so much better having experienced something most people haven't. There are many things that people can't see going to places like Florida, but Mindanao has magnificent beaches and islands not too far away. Mindanao has some important facts like many small islands make up just the one island of Mindanao. The beaches near the islands of Hinatuan are gorgeous and very relaxing, taking the crazy

  • A Study On Job Preparedness Among Um Cbae Practicum Students

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    giving their children an assurance to acquire quality education that would enable them to obtain better job, better income, and brighter future. Educators. This type of study may deliver information to the teachers connected with University of Mindanao to the preparedness towards the practicum students such that they focus inside skills needed from the students in the event if the latter may possibly pursue their career they 've got chosen. The University Administration. A result of this study

  • Education Is The Root And Foundation Of A Person 's Growth Essay

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    Unfortunately, not all are receiving the adequate and stable way of having a smooth learning because of the lack of school, teachers, money, limited resources, and even because of militarization around the world.One of them are the Indigenous People of Mindanao in the Philippines called the Lumad. According to DepEd (n.d), 48% of the population in the Philippines did not finish basic education and these are the street children, farmers, indigenous people, and others. The functional literacy, education,

  • Viruses Are The Worst Enemies Of Viruses

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    Viruses are the worst enemies of farmers. Until now, many viruses continue to attack, and even become more virulent. They have been inflicting diseases from one squash to the other, making them lose their supposedly excellent quality, even killing them. But as people learned crop protection, biotechnology was established. In today’s time wherein crop pests become more and more pervasive due to climate change, scientists have discovered the solution to control them, without the farmers having to

  • Malnutrition Among Poor Families in the Philippines

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    Malnutrition among poor family in Mindanao Philippines Curbing malnutrition in North Cotabato and Maguindanao Source: By Dr. Paul Andrew Zambrano UNICEF Nutrition Officer for Emergencies The nutrition of children in conflict-affected areas in Mindanao continues to be a serious concern for us at UNICEF. Recurring emergencies due to armed conflict and natural disasters in this region – combined with challenges on appropriate infant

  • Davao Case Study

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    to be attractive for investors, foreign and local. The proclamation of military law in Mindanao will have an effect on the feeling of foreign financial specialists with respect to the Philippines, as indicated by the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, particularly on the off chance that it takes long to settle the 4 month-long conflict in Marawi City. (Cordero, 2017) Vicente Lao, Chairman of Mindanao Business Council said on an interview that the ongoing conflict between the government

  • Positive Effects Of Marawi War

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    Effect of Marawi War in Philippine economy Marawi was also known as the “Philippine’s premiere Islamic City”. It is the largest city of Lanao del Sur. It is all its capital on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. It was founded by Dansalan group in 1639 by the Spaniards led by Francisco Atienza, their true reasons of going to Marawi is to conquer the entire Lake Lanao area. Recently the battle in Marawi started on May 23, 2017 they called themselves a Maute Group and the CNN Philippines had

  • Bangsamoro and the Moro Problem

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    nation or people in Malay, and moro or moor which is a Spanish term for Arabs or Muslims. The Bangsa moro is the general name referring to the 13 ethnolinguistic Muslim tribes in the Philippines which comprise a quarter of the total population in Mindanao with an approximate population of 4.5 million Muslims (East, 1005). Their ways of life may differ from each other as well as the dialects they speak but it is their religion Islam that serves as a strong unifying factor that binds them together as

  • Nur Misuari – Founding Leader and Chairman of the Central Committee of the Moro National Liberation Front (Mnlf)

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    Nur Misuari Introduction Nurallaji (Nur) Misuari was born on March 3, 1942 in Jolo, the fourth son in a family of 10 children. His parents were simple Tau Sug and Sama fisherfolks from Kabinga-an, Tapul Island. According to friends, Nur was so poor that he could never have gone to college were it not for a kindly teacher in Jolo who recognized his potentials and pulled off a scholarship for him as a Commission on National Integration (CNI) scholar at the University of the Philippines (UP) in Manila