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economic growth and development

Tagalog

paglago ng ekonomiya at pag-unlad

Last Update: 2020-02-03
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growth and development

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yugto ng paglago at pag-unla

Last Update: 2019-11-18
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gender and development

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kasarian at pag-unlad

Last Update: 2017-07-09
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training and development in tagalog

Tagalog

pagsasanay at pag-unlad sa tagalog

Last Update: 2017-08-20
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human resource management and development

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pamamahala ng mapagkukunan ng tao at pag-unlad

Last Update: 2019-10-18
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ano ang ibig sabihin sa gender and development

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ano ang ibig sabihin ng kasarian at pag-unlad

Last Update: 2018-04-12
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n dole expectations now felt manufacturing sector the country's economic growth

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inaasahan ng dole na mararamdaman na ngayon ng sektor ng paggawa ang pag unlad ng ekonomiya ng bansa

Last Update: 2015-06-13
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The annual Free Money Day is an initiative of PostGrowth, an international network committed to creating global prosperity without economic growth.

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Ang pagkilos na tinatawag na "Free Money Day" ay inisiyatibo ng grupong PostGrowth , isang pandaigdigang pangkat na naglalayon na ipalaganap ang pandaigdigang kasaganaan sa halip na pag-unlad na pangpinansiyal lamang.

Last Update: 2016-02-24
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To able to work in career oriented and challenging environment that promotes personal growth, and uplifts professional developments.

Tagalog

nagta-type buong pangungusap sa iyong langage

Last Update: 2014-11-02
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Ella alleged that relief goods intended for typhoon victims are being hoarded in a government warehouse owned by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

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Inihayag ni Ella ang diumano'y pagtatago ng mga relief goods na dapat sana ay para sa mga nasalanta ng bagyo sa mga bodega na pag-aari ng Kagawaran ng Kagalingang Panlipunan at Pagpapaunlad (Department of Social Welfare and Development, o DSWD).

Last Update: 2016-02-24
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It relates to the growth and skill development of the body, including the brain, muscles, and senses. For example, babies learn about the world as they develop their physical senses of sight, touch, smell, sound, and taste.

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Emotional development refers to the ability to recognize, express, and manage feelings at different stages of life and to have empathy for the feelings of others.

Last Update: 2020-01-26
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A new blog sponsored by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) called Conversations for a Better World has commissioned Global Voices bloggers to help them highlight online conversations about population and development around the world.

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Isang bagong panulat na sinuyu ng United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) na tinawag na Conversations for a Better World ay nagpapatulong sa mga manunulat ng Global Voices para bigyang-diin ang mga usap-usapan ukol sa populasyon at pagpapaunlad sa buong mundo.

Last Update: 2016-02-24
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This was conducted to study and evaluate theories behind financial sustainability and create possible correlation between financial growth and factors in sustaining the finance of higher education. The results opened for a significant opportunity for discussion on financial sustainability in higher education. It denotes that predictive model is the answer to financial sustainability in learning institutions.

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Isinasagawa ito upang pag-aralan at suriin ang mga teorya sa likod ng pananatili sa pananalapi at lumikha ng posibleng ugnayan sa pagitan ng paglago ng pananalapi at mga kadahilanan sa pagpapanatili ng pananalapi ng mas mataas na edukasyon. Binuksan ang mga resulta para sa isang makabuluhang pagkakataon para sa talakayan tungkol sa pagpapanatili sa pananalapi sa mas mataas na edukasyon. Ipinapahiwatig nito na ang mapaghulaang modelo ay ang sagot sa pagpapanatili ng pananalapi sa mga institusyon ng pag-aaral.

Last Update: 2020-02-12
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the state shall give priority to education,science, and technology, arts,culture, and sports to foster patriotism and nationalism, accelerate social progress, and promote total human liberation and development.

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estado ay dapat magbigay ng priority sa edukasyon, agham, at teknolohiya, sining, kultura, at sports upang pagyamanin ang pagkamakabayan at nasyonalismo, mapabilis ang kaunlarang panlipunan, at magsulong ng kabuuang tao pagpapalaya at pag-unlad.

Last Update: 2016-06-26
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Global: Donlevy, J.K. (2006) Non-Catholic Students Impact upon Catholic Students in four Catholic High Schools. Students expressed the view that inclusion alleviated the feeling that the Catholic faith could be accused of being a cult, that Catholic students were some sort of “Royal Family,” or that Catholicism was only for the “cool.” Students shared that inclusion helped to alleviate a future fear of the others. Lastly, inclusion evoked among many students, empathy for the non-catholic student’s feeling of difference. Grajconek, J., Ryan, M., & Chambers, M. (2007). Inclusion of Students who are not Catholics in Catholic Schools; Policy, practices and problems. Catholic schools need to reconceptualized their self-understanding in the light of this encounter in their schools with others who are not catholics. The growing presence of students who are not catholics in catholic schools raises “questions about the changing nature and purpose of the Catholic School as a context for religious education” (Welbourne, 2003, p1.). Hickey, C. T. (1983). The impact of non-catholic students in the catholic schools of a large eastern diocese. The purpose of this study is to investigate change, planned r unplanned, which has occured in catholic schools because on non-catholic students in attendance. Major findngs are: (1) Catholic parents and Non-catholic parents patronize catholic school for basically the same reasons; the academic program and teaching of moral and spiritual values are ranked first and second, respectively, as primary reasons for parents selecting catholic schools. >National Baring, R.V., Lee,R., Sta Maria,M., & Liu, Y. (2016). Configurations of student spiritually/religiosity: evidence from a Philippine University. International journal of children’s spiritually, 21 (3-4), 163-176. One of the points of contention in youth research pertains to academic life vis-a-vis the religious and spiritual mindset of the young student. Questions about the probable associations between academic growth and spiritual/religious life are treated with intense interest in religious and sociological discussions. This study sought to find out the characteristics of filipino student spirituality and religiosity using the religiosity and spirituality scale for youth from a sample of 3,108 college students in a Manila-based Philippine University. It inquired further how certain psychosocial variables can be associated with student spirituality and religiosity (S/R). The results revealed two significant variable traits assciated with S/R: identity (psychological factors) and relational (psychosocial adjustment) variables. The results point to significant insights for the management of youth religious behaviour in general and of tertiary students in particular despite recent decline in levels of religiosity among the youth. Baring,R. (2018). Emerging Transitions in the Meaning of Religious Constructs: The Case of the Philippines. Religions, 9 (12), 387. This paper presents an analysis of three emerging peculiar characterizations of religous experience by young students culled from two previous empirical studies. These newfound descriptions indicate a departure from traditional binary religious categories (e.g., sacred-profane, religious-spiritual) typically employed in many studies. The first describes a peculiar interpretation of religious experience indicating an epistemological shift from an exclusive definition to a diffuse interpretation of religious-spiritual categories: as “ personal religiosity” and “institutional spirituality”. Gohu, K. (2019) “I’m not catholic!: a non-catholic students’ life predominantly catholic institution”. Catholicsm may be one of the most sominant here in the Philippines. But that doesn’t mean you should limit yourself to just Catholicism. When you’re in college,there are so many people from different walks of life who come to attend. You meet Muslims who are extremely defferent from the peope you hear on media. There are Protestants who encourage the Bible to be understood with the changing of the times. The Philippines has become the melting pot of a lot of cultures with religion being one of the aspects. However, there’s something people sometimes wonder: how do students of different religions handle Theology based on Catholoicism when they are of different religion? >Local UIC (2006) “ The Perception of Muslim Students Towards Catholic Schools in Davao City”. This study aimed to find out the Perception of Muslim students towards Catholic schools in Davao City for school year 2005-2006. More specifically, this study ried to seek answers to the following questions: 1. ) What is the level of the perception of the Muslim students towards Catholic schools in Davao City in terms of: A. Environment B. Place C. People D. Culture and Religion Sensitivity E. Curriculum F. Scholarship G. Facilities and Services 2. ) Is there a significant difference in the perception of the Muslim students towards Catholic schools when grouped according to: A. Tribe/Ethnicity B. University the enrolled C. Gender 3. ) Is there a significant relationship on the Muslim students’ perceptions of catholic schools in terms of: A. Environment B. Place C. People D. Culture and Religion Sensitivity E. Curriculum F. Scholarship G. Facilities and Services Lidasan, M.S. (2015) “ Studying in a Catholic School made me a good muslim”. The word “I’hsan” in Arabic is a derivative of the verb “ ahsana,”which means doing things better. Thus the literal linguistic meaninf of I’hsan is doing the best, which is doing what God commanded us to do. I learned the first two levels of faith in Notre Dame shools. I learned I’hsan when I studied in Ateneo de Davao University and when I began working in Ateneo. I’hsan is the Muslim way of expressing the Jesuit adage “Magis” - doing for more God, doing more for others. I’hsanis when St. Ignatius asked hid exercitant “ What have I done for God? What am I doing for God? And what more can I do for him?” Indeed, we can learn so much from each other.

Tagalog

Ang aming Suliranin sa Pananaliksik ay: "Mga Nabubuhay na Karanasan ng mga Hindi Katoliko sa isang Institusyong Katoliko." Pandaigdigang, Pambansa at Lokal na mga isyu / problema:

Last Update: 2020-01-25
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The ginintuang masaganang Ani high c commercial crops (GMA HVCC) supports the countries national development plants of expanding food supply and alleviate poverty. It is focused on the private sector particularly the farmers or high value commercial crops, thereby, increasing their contribution to the economic growth, farmers income's and consumer welfares. The success of the GMA HVCC is hinged on the farmers investment in technology and marketing of commercial crops.

Tagalog

Ang ginintuang masaganang Ani high c commercial crops (GMA HVCC) ay sumusuporta sa mga bansa na pambansang mga plantang pagpapaunlad ng pagpapalawak ng suplay ng pagkain at pagpapagaan ng kahirapan. Nakatuon ito sa pribadong sektor lalo na ang mga magsasaka o mataas na halaga ng mga komersyal na pananim, sa gayon, ang pagdaragdag ng kanilang kontribusyon sa paglago ng ekonomiya, mga kita ng mga magsasaka at mga mamimili. Ang tagumpay ng GMA HVCC ay nakabitin sa pamumuhunan ng mga magsasaka sa teknolohiya at pagmemerkado ng mga komersyal na pananim.

Last Update: 2018-10-28
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The National Food Authority was created through Presidential Decree No. 4 dated September 26, 1972, under the name National Grains Authority, (NGA) with the mission of promoting the integrated growth and development of the grains industry covering rice, corn, feed grains and other grains like sorghum, mung beans, and peanuts. This decree abolished two agencies, namely, the Rice and Corn Board (RICOB) and the Rice and Corn Administration (RCA) and absorbed their respective functions into the NFA. The former was then regulating the rice and corn retail trade and was tasked to nationalize it within a target date. The latter was marketed and distributed government low-priced rice especially during lean months. In addition, the new agency was vested with additional functions aimed at developing post-harvest systems and processes. Among others, the NGA supported the paddy production program of the government referred to as the Masagana’99 Program, which was geared toward rice self-sufficiency. It engaged in massive paddy procurement at government support prices, and with limited volume, the country joined the family of rice exporting countries from 1977 to 1981

Tagalog

pambansang pagkain kapangyarihan

Last Update: 2017-02-02
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Embryonic stem cells are sourced from the blastocyst of an embryo. Somatic (tissue-specific) stem cells are sourced from specialised tissue such as skin, bone marrow or umbilical cord blood. (Note: Stem cells are present in most tissues of the body as they are essential cells for everyday growth and repair. Adult stem cells are not sourced just from adults. Although commonly used, this term is misleading as adult stem cells are actually found in specialised tissues of any human who has specialised tissue types, including fetuses, babies and small children.)

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refrace

Last Update: 2016-10-24
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job involvement • the intensity of person’s psychological identification with his or her work, is related to job satisfaction. • Involvement results from personal characteristics, belief in protestant ethic, age, and strong –need for growth and from job characteristics.

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paglahok trabaho

Last Update: 2015-02-24
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