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İngilizce

local government

Tagalogca

lokal na pamahalaan

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İngilizce

local government unit

Tagalogca

lokal na yunit ng pamahalaan

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local government unit tagalog

Tagalogca

tagalog ng yunit ng lokal na pamahalaan

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İngilizce

local government in article 10 all section

Tagalogca

lokal na pamahalaan sa artikulo 10 ng lahat ng seksyon

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İngilizce

businesses need local government permission to re-open

Tagalogca

ang mga negosyo ay nangangailangan ng pahintulot ng lokal na pamahalaan upang muling magbukas

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the local government will distribute food and essential kits to scla families

Tagalogca

mamamahagi naman ang local ng pamahalaan ng mga pagkain at essential kits sa mga apektadong pamilya sa scla

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local news - news about local government units such as barangay.

Tagalogca

balitang lokal- mga balitang tungkol sa lokal na yunit ng pamahalaan tulad ng barangay.

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seferihisar's local government initiated the project march 2013 and since then participants have gathered crucial information about the nature surrounding seferihisar.

Tagalogca

pinangunahan ng lokal na pamahalaan ng seferihisar ang proyekto noong marso 2013 at mula noon ay nakakalap ang mga kalahok ng napakahahalagang impormasyon tungkol sa kalikasang bumabalot sa seferihisar.

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İngilizce

4) this order shall be enforceable pursuant to california law, including, but not limited to, government code section 8665.

Tagalogca

4) mapapatupad ang kautusang ito alinsunod sa batas ng california, kasama, subalit hindi limitado sa, kowd ng gobyerno seksyon 8665.

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İngilizce

barangay volunteers plays a very important role in the overall development of one’s community. the primary aim of our local government is to improved access on the basic services like health, nutrition and population education.

Tagalogca

ang mga boluntaryo sa barangay ay may mahalagang papel sa pangkalahatang pag-unlad ng isang pamayanan. ang pangunahing layunin ng aming lokal na pamahalaan ay upang mapagbuti ang pag-access sa mga pangunahing serbisyo tulad ng kalusugan, nutrisyon at edukasyon sa populasyon.

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İngilizce

to establish effective mechanisms for strong collaboration with national and local government health agencies to ensure proper procedures are in place to promptly respond to reports of notifiable diseases and health events of public health concern, including case investigations, treatment, and control and containment, including follow up activities

Tagalogca

to establish effective mechanisms for strong collaboration with national and local government health agencies to ensure proper procedures are in place to promptly respond to reports of notifiable diseases and health events of public health concern, including case investigations, treatment, and control and containment, including follow up activities

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introduction: on january 30, 2020, the department of health reported the first case of covid 19 in the philippines, that’s when the virus began to spread affecting millions of lives in the country. from region to region, local government had no choice but to implement safety protocols and community quarantine and the public we’re strictly guarded by the authorities to reduce the possible transmission of the virus. health sectors were raising red flags because of the lack of funds that were

Tagalogca

english

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İngilizce

to allow urban residents to have faith or “food always in the home,” the department of agriculture (da), continues to strengthen its urban agriculture (ua) program, which aims to address the food needs in the urban areas and cushion the impact of the covid-19 pandemic. “our goal is to enhance the capability of the city dwellers to grow their own food so that they will have access to safe and nutritious food items as we continue our battle with the pandemic,” said bureau of pant industry (bpi) assistant director glenn panganiban. bpi and the agricultural training institute (ati) are the lead-implementors of the ua program, which forms part of the da’s initiatives launched last year under the ahon lahat, pagkaing sapat kontra sa covid-19 (alpas sa covid-19) or the plant, plant, plant (ppp) program. panganiban said that even before the pandemic, agriculture secretary william dar has directed da-bpi to intensify its urban agriculture program as a way to mitigate high food prices in the market and to improve food availability, accessibility, and attain food security in the country. the program was rolled out in partnership with local government units, national government agencies, non-government organizations, the private sector, and academe. to date, a total of 36 community gardens have been established, and 85 more will soon be developed. a total of 938,561 seed packets, amounting to p6.41 million (m) have been distributed and 123 trainings (online and face-to-face) have been conducted to provide technical know-how to those who wish to up food gardens. “ang gusto po natin dito sa urban agriculture ay makapagtanim ang ating mga kababayan sa kanilang mga bakuran, para lagi silang may access sa pagkain, dahil nga po madaming limitasyon ngayong may pandemic,” panganiban stressed. ua showcases a variety of technologies that may be adapted in the community or in the homes such as hydroponics and vertical gardening. it also supports containerized gardening which uses pots, old cans, and a number of different containers, if space is inadequate. “kung masanay na ang ating individuals sa pagtatanim at gusto pa nila palawakin, we can do community gardening. ang gusto natin sa community garden ay magkaroon sila opportunity for livelihood at mai-connect sila sa other programs ng da, tulad ng dito sa kadiwa to market their produce,” panganiban said. with the continuous onslaught of the virus, panganiban stressed that it is important to spread the concept of urban agriculture and establish more food gardens. “this is a very therapeutic activity, fostering community spirit, and enabling everyone to heal and be healthy,” he said. ### (adora rodriguez, da-afid)

Tagalogca

upang pahintulutan ang mga residente sa lunsod na magkaroon ng pananampalataya o "pagkain palagi sa bahay," ang kagawaran ng agrikultura (da), na patuloy na pinalakas ang kanilang urban agrikultura (ua) na programa, na naglalayon na matugunan ang mga pangangailangan sa pagkain sa mga lunsod na lugar at unan ang epekto ng covid 19 pandemya. "ang aming layunin ay upang mapahusay ang kakayahan ng mga naninirahan sa lungsod na mapalago ang kanilang sariling pagkain upang magkaroon sila ng access sa ligtas at masustansyang mga item ng pagkain habang nagpapatuloy kami sa laban sa pandemya," sabi ng bureau of pant industry

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february 21, 2020 the municipal government of hinoba-an has yet to wait for the result of the water and fish sample analysis to determine the cause of the fishkill that recently hit a river of the southern negros occidental locality. agriculturist ii and municipal fishery program coordinator jimmy cambarijan, in a phone interview with sunstar bacolod thursday, february 20, said some residents reported the fishkill incident on monday, february 17.   cambarijan said it affected the at least seven-kilometer stretch hinoba-an river connecting four barangays such as barangays 1 poblacion, 2 poblacion, san rafael and bacuyangan. “upon verification with the bantay dagat coordinator, there was a positive fishkill incident,” he said, adding that proper coordination with concerned offices and agencies including the local environment and resources office, office of the provincial agriculturist and bureau of fisheries and aquatic resources (bfar) - negros occidental was then conducted. based on their monitoring, the municipal agriculture office, along with other groups, has found random traces of dead marine fishes like “gusaw” (mullet), “asuos” (whiting), “bugaong” (terapon), “sigwin” (garfish), and “pasayan” (shrimp), among others. most of these dead fishes were found at barangay 1 poblacion, where the river mouth is located. cambarijan said a few number of fresh water fish like “bunog” were also found in some other portions of the river. he added that some residents claimed that they actually saw some dead fishes floating in the river since last week. “after following the whole stretch of the river, the team was able to collect about a half sack of dead fishes on monday,” cambarijan said, but after which, no more dead fish was seen in the area so far. the local government has already taken water and fish samples from three sampling cites and were already submitted to the laboratory of bfar-western visayas in iloilo city. “once the result is out, we can determine by then the real cause of the fishkill,” the agriculturist said. though, he is looking at the possibility that there might be some farmers at the upper portion of the river who used chemical substances like fertilizers that were probably mixed in the water. there are also reports on some “unregulated” small-scale mining operating in the area “but we don’t know yet thus, we need to wait for the result of the analysis.” the fishkill incident has not affected the livelihood of the residents, cambarijan add

Tagalogca

pagtatasa ng kaso

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"art. 58. instrument for salary or wage deduction. – (1) a member of a cooperative may, notwithstanding the provisions of existing laws to the contrary, execute an instrument in favor of the cooperative authorizing his employer to deduct from his/her salary or wages, commutation of leave credits and any other monetary benefits payable to him by the employer and remit such amount as maybe specified in satisfaction of a debt or other demand due from the member to the cooperative. "(2) upon the execution of such instrument and as may be required by the cooperative contained in a written request, the employer shall make the deduction in accordance with the agreement and deduction in accordance with the agreement and remit forthwith the amount so deducted within ten (10) days after the end of the payroll month to the cooperative. the employer shall make the deduction for as long as such debt or other demand remains unpaid by the employee. "(3) the term "employer" as used in this article shall include all private firms and the national and local governments and government-owned or controlled corporations who have under their employer a member of a cooperative and have agreed to carry out the terms of the instrument mentioned in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this article. "(4) the provisions of this article shall apply to all similar agreements referred to in paragraph (1) and were enforced prior to the approval of this code. "(5) notwithstanding the provisions of existing laws to the contrary, the responsibilities of the employer as stated in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this articles shall be mandatory: provided, that in the case of private employer, the actual and reasonable cost deducting and remitting maybe collected.

Tagalogca

philippine kooperatiba code 2008

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İngilizce

is money owed by one party, the borrower or debtor, to a second party, the lender or creditor. the borrower may be a sovereign state or country, local government, company, or an individual. the lender may be a bank, credit card company, payday loan provider, or an individual. debt is generally subject to contractual terms regarding the amount and timing of repayments of principal and interest.[1] a simple way to understand interest is to see it as the "rent" a person owes on money that they have borrowed, to the bank from which they borrowed the money. loans, bonds, notes, and mortgages are all types of debt. the term can also be used metaphorically to cover moral obligations and other interactions not based on economic value.[2] for example, in western cultures, a person who has been helped by a second person is sometimes said to owe a "debt of gratitude" to the second person.

Tagalogca

utang

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İngilizce

now, therefore, i, gavin newsom, governor of the state of california, in accordance with the authority vested in me by the state constitution and statutes of the state of california, and in particular, government code sections 8567, 8627, and 8665 do hereby issue the following order to become effective immediately:

Tagalogca

ngayon, samakatwid, ako, gavin newsom, gobernador ng estado ng california, sang-ayon sa kapangyarihang iginawad sa akin ng saligang batas ng estado at mga batas ng estado ng california, at sa detalye, kowd ng gobyerno mga seksyon 8567, 8627, at 8665 ay ilalabas ko ang sumusunod na utos upang maging epektibo kaagad:

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the city's history dates back many centuries before the spaniards came to cagayan when the territory was called kalambagohan. its main town, himologan, was a hill-top fortress situated some eight kilometers south of the present poblacion. at the time when the first spanish missionaries came in 1622, the people of cagayan had tributary relation to kudarat, the muslim sultan of maguindanao empire in cotabato. however, the people had not embraced islam and instead, many became christians after sometime. because of this, muslim warriors began to attack the settlement. as a defense strategy, the priests persuaded the people to transfer from the hilltop to a better location which is the present site of the saint augustine cathedral. the cagayanons were able to defend themselves for almost 250 years from muslim harassment. in 1738, spanish dominance was felt in cagayan. when misamis gained status of province in 1818, one of its four districts was the partidos de cagayan. in 1871, the "partidos" became a town and was made permanent capital of misamis. in 1883, the town became seat of the spanish government in mindanao for the provinces of misamis oriental, misamis occidental, bukidnon, lanao del norte. consequently, from a purely farming-fishing area, cagayan emerged into a booming commerce and trade center. the war years in cagayan were prompted by the presence of the americans in 1898. the americans were initially and successfully repulsed by the local forces led by major apolinar velez at the historic battle of macahambus in june 4, 1900. after the troubled years, peace finally brought back the economic activities to normal under the guidance of americans. st. augustine school, the forerunner of the present xavier university and of lourdes college, was inaugurated in 1928. on june 15, 1950 president elpidio quirino signed republic act no. 521, which granted the status of a chartered city to the municipality of cagayan de oro. following these events, the socio-economic order underwent some far-reaching changes. activities grew in scale and importance until it developed as the administrative center for the entire northern mindanao (region x and xiii). today, cagayan de oro is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and was declared a “highly urbanized city” by the ministry of local government last november 22, 1983. articlel from the city of cagayan de oro verbatim

Tagalogca

please, specify two different languages

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