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Regions, Provinces, Administrative divisions, some Cities, Cebu Province "Special", Baseline Law and Boundaries, Etc.

Pros and cons of federalism

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Philippine Red Cross

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Introduction to our sites

The Philippines, general information about Culture and Life - Etc. e.g. about:
The Philippines, general information about Culture and Life - Etc., Maps
Citizenship, Residence permission, Passport, Visa, Embassies, Driver license, Orders
Have a "Stay" or Live, Retire, Be an expat
Veterinarians, Veterinary clinics, Pet-animals, Study Veterinary medicine, Etc.
Transport of Living Animals, Etc.
Postal system, ZipCode, Phone AreaCode - Ect.
HELP to locate missing children - friends etc.
Climate - Weather - Climate change - Met-forecast etc.
Organizations - Networks, etc.
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We have surrendered, because of a 'Paranoid' President who hit for eyeing revolutionary gov't!
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Full index and description of all sites, etc.

Climate
Climate - Weather - Met-forecast etc.

Disasters
WARNINGS about Disasters & Disaster risk management, preparedness - Etc.
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Video - About Philippines
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How can we trust Philippine National Police - PNP?

Martial law - Mindanao
Duterte proclamation declaring martial law in Mindanao - Marawi clash

Terrorism
Terrorism - Child soldiers - Private armies - Kidnapping - Etc.
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We are glad for the many visitors here at the sites. You can find links, articles etc. on the different subjectpages about nearly everything, what you both Filipinos and foreigners want to know "AboutPhilippines" and look many videos in albums. Filipinos who want to go abroad can find many informations on the sites too!

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Protection against & STOP

e.g. Abuse, Child Prostitution, Child Pornography, SEX-tourism, Cyber Sex, Etc.

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The Philippines, general information about Culture and life - Etc.

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The Philippines, Introduction, general information - Etc.

Citizenship - Residence permission - Visa - Passport

Embassies - Consulates etc. for - in the Philippines and Affidavit of Support, etc.

Paperwork - Registrations - Certificates - Licenses - Etc.

Have a "Stay", Live and Retire, Daily life, be an Expat and General - nessecary to know

Philippine Standard Time, PST

Climate - Weather - Climate change - Met-forecast etc.

Organizations - Networks, etc.

Veterinarians, Veterinary clinics, Pet-animals, Etc.

Transport of Living Animals, Etc.

Veterinary, Animals, Cockfighting - Laws

Postal system, ZipCode, Phone AreaCode - Ect.

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Maps of: Philippines, islands, Cities, Municipalities, Barangays - Distance-calculator, etc.

Poverty and Development

Wanted: Bikes, boats for students in far-flung areas

Schools of Living Traditions - SLT

Missing (contact to) Filipinos, Adult and - or Children, Relatives, Friends, etc.

Penal - Criminal Law - Deportation of Aliens

Mindanao Peace Talks

Alarmsystems - guides - Apps - help, guides about Environmental Disasters - Etc.

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The Philippines, Introduction, general information - Etc.

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Official Gazette

the official journal of the Republic of the Philippines.
Commonwealth Act No. 638, “An Act to provide for the uniform publication and distribution of the Official Gazette,” was passed by the Third Session of the Second National Assembly on May 22, 1941, and subsequently approved by President Manuel L. Quezon on June 10, 1941.

Look also

Presidential Communications Group or simply the Communications Group
a collective name for the newly formed offices within the Office of the President of the Philippines and refers to the following positions and offices: the Presidential Spokesman and the Presidential Communications Office (formerly the Office of the Press Secretary).

Malacañan Palace

Malacañang Palace, or officially, Malacañan Palace, is the official residence of the President of the Philippines

look MUCH more about the palace HERE

and look also about the official residence of the President of the Philippines in the Visayas HERE

Regions, Provinces, Administrative divisions, some Cities, Cebu Province "Special", Baseline Law and Boundaries, Etc.

Pros and cons of federalism

in Luzviminda - LuzViMinda
(a portmanteau of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, the names of the three major island groups - look Logo-photo in full size)

Netizens terrified or trusting of martial law in Mindanao
by Rappler Social Media Team May 24, 2017
Social media erupts after the Philippine government announces that President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in Mindanao.
Showbiz for ugly people? How Filipino politics is one big soap opera
By Staff Writers January 25, 2017

Ever wondered why politics in the Philippines is so melodramatic? Or how any Filipino who gets even remotely famous ends up in public office? Here Anna Cristina Pertierra of Western Sydney University discusses how the country proves the old adage that “politics is show business for ugly people”....

Videos

2016: Change is here
Dec 30, 2016

Watch Rappler's 2016 yearender video
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Do you agree that ‘change is here?’
July 26, 2017
Change, the key promise of President Rodrigo Duterte in 2016, remains elusive to many, but others concede things have invariably been altered. For better, or for worse?

Video

Intro about:

The Philippines

Geography, Politics, History, Culture, Economy, History, Colonial Influence

Remark this is an album in the album "Intro about & Impression of the Philippines"

The Roman Catholic Church in the Philippine Culture

Liturgy, Communions, Music - Songs – Hymns

Santo Niño de Cebú, Basilica del St. Niño and Sinulog St. Niño de Cebu, Filipino Saints, Patrons, Patronesses, Blesseds and Servants of God, Orders, Monasteries, Abbeys etc.

The Philippines Culture of The Philippines

history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, customs, family

AboutPhilippines.ph: this article is one of the best, we have seen - look also

The Philippines

by/Ronald E. Dolan, ed. Philippines: A Country Study.

Various aspects of Philippine culture:
history, peoples, dances, myths and folktales, cuisine, politics, music, songs, heroes
FILIPINO-AMERICANS

Many good informations also about the culture, wedding, languages, dresses and the whole life in the Philippines

Familism and personalism

Familism and personalism

Like other social formations of traditional Asia and Europe, Filipino society has, in the post-Cold War era, moved from being a predominantly agricultural society to a modern one.

Human Rights in Philippines - Authorities, Organizations, Etc.

No to Sharia Law

Equality Rights for Man, Woman and Children

Death in 'El Dorado'
by Kyungmin Bae January 29, 2017

'It is hoped that the Philippine government takes Jee's murder case seriously and ensures security for other Koreans in the Philippines.

Important to read also for other nationalities!

Look also HERE

Videos

Transparency International-Philippines (TI-PH)

established in August 26, 1995
Our Mission: To prevent and counter corruption at all levels by promoting transparency, accountability and integrity across all sectors of society.

Remark this is an album in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"

Look also "Corruption Perceptions Index 2014" HERE This year's index includes 175 countries and territories. Philippines is #85 (#1 very clean to #175 highly corrupt)

Understanding Persons of Philippine Origin
Philippines Anthem - Lupang Hinirang - Chosen Land

history, text, music-notes, videos in Tagalog, Cebuano, English and many more languages

Videos

Some of the best videos we have seen:

Impressions of the Philippines
Look the description of the video HERE
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The Philippines - Asia's Rising Tiger
The Philippines Documentary Jul 18, 2014
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WE ARE THE PHILIPPINES
Feb 24, 2017
Diverse in culture, in heritage, in history - and we are ONE. We are everything as we are everyone. We are this land's people as we are the land itself. WE ARE THE PHILIPPINES.

Videos

Remark these are albums in the album "A paradise of 7107 islands"

Only in the Philippines

These sceneries, food, people, events, can only be found in the Philippines
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And again - One more of the best videos we have seen:

The Philippines : Islands Of Mystery>

The Philippines : Islands Of Mystery is dedicated to all casualties and victims of typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) that hit the central Philippines on 8th Nov 2013. Nov 16, 2013

Remark: the real start about the Philippines is 1.43 minutes after the videos starts
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Fun Facts about the Philippines

Video

Philippine/Pinoy Food Tourism advertisement

Remark this is an album in the in the album "DOT - More fun in the Philippines"

Look MUCH more HERE

Social Weather Stations - SWS

is a public opinion polling body in the Philippines. It is a private, independent, non-partisan, non-profit scientific institute in the Philippines which conducts social surveys and does survey-based social science research and other educational activities.

Look also HERE and SWS: PH hunger rate drops

The Philippine Center for Population and Development
Commission on Population

look also HERE

The Philippines Illustrated

A Visitors Guide & Fact Book, by Graham Winter

GENERAL INFORMATION

Do you need a greater understanding of who the Filipino is?

Get Real Philippines Book 1 is one such guide.

PIA Information Services

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The problem with our tax system and how it affects us
by JC Punongbayan January 21, 2017

Not only do our taxes disproportionately burden the poor and benefit the rich, but they also yield too little revenue given the distortions they create. Needless to say, both problems need to be resolved soon....

Tax after death
by Edward G. Gialogo November 04, 2017

Usually, the heirs realize the need to pay the estate tax after years or even decades have passed from a person's death.
Among the taxes in the Philippines, estate tax is probably the most ignored.

Family planning & Birth Control Policy in the Philippines
Turn a Child-Sex Tourist Into an Ex-Tourist

If you see anything that makes you uneasy or raises your suspicions you must call the authorities. They will carefully investigate the situation and act if a crime is being committed.

CALL (+632) 911

Remark The 911 emergency number have replaced 117

Look Turn a Child-Sex Tourist Into an Ex-Tourist HERE

Look advices HERE

IMPORTANT: LOOK also PROTECT PHILIPPINE CHILDREN

PROTECTION against & STOP: Human Trafficking, Sex tourism, Prostitution & Pornography in Philippines

LIST: 2017 Philippine Holidays

Malacañang has released the list of holidays for 2017.
It was released for public dissemination on Thursday, August 18.

Look also

Proclamation No. 50, s. 2016
Signed on August 16, 2016
DECLARING THE REGULAR HOLIDAY ANS SPECIAL (NON-WORKING) DAYS FOR THE YEAR 2017

Palace issues list of holidays for 2017
August 18, 2016 By Ruth Abbey Gita
MALACAÑANG on Thursday has issued Proclamation 50 listing the regular holidays and special non-working days for 2017.

Info Philippines with good links
FAST FACTS: The Philippines' role in the United Nations
by/Gerard Lim October 24, 2015

October 24 is United Nations Day. Take a look at the country's participation in this prestigious organization.

Citizenship - Residence permission - Visa - Passport

IMPORTANT: Look also the above 2 Links

go to overview

Visas, Permits Immigration for Foreigners in the Philippines
If you will not be relocating to the Philippines and wish to stay in the Philippines longer than 21 days you will most likely be required to obtain a non-immigrant (temporary) visa. Generally non-immigrant visas are issued for travel to the Philippines for a specific purpose and for a set duration. Aliens entering the Philippines may qualify for the following visa categories:

Aliens admitted as nonimmigrants cannot remain in the Philippines permanently. To obtain permanent admission, a nonimmigrant alien must depart voluntarily to some foreign country and procure from the appropriate Philippine consul the proper visa and thereafter undergo examination by the officers of the Bureau of Immigration at a Philippine port of entry for determination of his admissibility in accordance with the requirements.

Tourist Visa Extension Philippines

Treaty Investor Philippines

Provisional Permit to Work Philippines

Employment Working Visa (9G) Philippines

Alien Employment Permit (AEP) Philippines

Retirement Visa (SRRV) Philippines

Special Visas for Foreigners allowing 100% Condo Ownership Philippines

Non Quota Visa - 13A Philippines

Special Visa for Employment Generation (SVEG) Philippines
Guidelines and Requirements for Applying for Filipino Citizenship Reacquisition Under Republic Act 9225
Philippine Citizenship

Look also Dual Citizenship
It´s possible for Filipino to hold dual citizenship or more than one citizenship at the same time.

DUAL CITIZENSHIP
A Primer on the Citizenship Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003 - 3rd edition

Crossing The Edge Of Allegiance
Joel P. Salud discusses what one risks in dual citizenship

Re-Entry Permit, Special Return and Emigration Clearance Certificates
> IMMIGRATION POLICIES ON VISITING AND RETURNING OVERSEAS FILIPINOS

Under R.A. 6768, a former Filipino citizen and his/her spouse and children traveling with him/her are entitled to visa-free entry to the Philippines for a period of one (1) year.

 

Bureau of Immigration of Philippines - BI

also with important informations for tourists

Look also the Videos

Know about the program and services of Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines, from processing to legal matters with BI Commissioner Ricardo David and BI-Spokeperson & Intelligence Chief Atty. Ma. Antonette Mangrobang

FYI EPISODE MAY 07, 2012

Look also:

District and Field Offices - Visa Fees and Taxes

also with important informations for tourists

Emigration Clearance Certificate, ECC
The passport had a stamp saying visitors whose total stay in the country is more than 6 months are required to get an ECC.

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS ETC. FOR FILIPINOS also filipinos balikbayan

Immigration Administrative Circular No. SBM-2013-007

DRESS CODE POLICY

The public shall be denied access to the bureau if they fail to observe the Dress Code Policy

BI IMPLEMENTS DRESS CODE

Both articles are in 1 pdf file

Video 

PHILIPPINE IMMIGRANT VISA - ALIEN CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION - THE ACR I-CARD

  The 13(A) Visa applies to the spouse or the unmarried child under 21 years of age of a Philippine citizen, if accompanying or following to join such citizen.

The 13(G) Visa applies to a former Filipino who is returning to the Philippines for permanent residence, including his/her foreign spouse and minor children.

Remark this is an album in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

IMPORTANT: look much more information HERE, HERE and HERE

Video

Ultimate Visa Corporation

Offices in Cebu City, Makati City and Angeles City. Fast & Reliable Visa assistance services at REASONABLE rates for: Tourist Visa, Fiancee Visa, Spousal Visa, Student Visa, Immigration Visa. To most countries in the World.

Remark this is in the album "Visa" in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

SPECIAL RESIDENT RETIREE'S VISA (SRRV) OPTIONS

and many more informations about retirement in the Philippines

Scalabrini Migration Center (SMC)
4, 13th Street, New Manila

1112 Quezon City

Manila Economic and Cultural Office

Visa & Consular services

Video

Moving to the Philippines

Sorry, but we don´t have all the links mentioned in the video. If you have a link to that homepage please send it in a MAIL

Remark this is an album in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

Look also the below section About "Have a "Stay" or "Live & Retire"

Department of Foreign Affairs of Philippines (DFA)

Look also HERE

Important - read also HERE about

How to Get a Philippine Passport in the Philippines

PASSPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST-TIME APPLICANTS

Renewal of Passport etc. for filipinos abroad
Videos

Philippine Passport & Philippine ePassport

E-passport, may bagong disenyo, 20 July 2015

E-passport gets new look, more security features,
Jul 20, 2015

Philippine ePassport Application Procedures

Live Demonstration of ePassport, 20 July 2015

Philippine ePassport step x step

Ten Practical Tips... for your ePassport

Remark this is an album in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

PH to issue new 'high-security' passports at 'faster' pace
August 14, 2016

Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says the new printing system for Philippine passports increases production speed by 35%.
Starting August 15, is set to issue new passports with added security features HIGH SECURITY. Added security features have been placed, such as the upgraded security feature of the microchip to capture the personal data of the applicant.

Look also

the Video - Remark this is an album in the above album in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

RA 10928 AN ACT EXTENDING THE VALIDITY OF PHILIPPINE PASSPORTS, AMENDING FOR THE PURPOSE SECTION 10 OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8239, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE “PHILIPPINE PASSPORT ACT OF 1996”, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Since July 2007, the Philippine Passport is a MRP - Machine Readable Passport.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR PASSPORT

look also HERE and Philippines passport requirements

First-time issuance of passport for children born abroad to Filipino parent/s
Renewal of expired passport
Amendment of passport
Replacement for tampered or damaged passport
Replacement for lost passport

Passport requirements for children

PASSPORT TRACKING SERVICE (PTS)

The Department of Foreign Affairs Officer of Consular Affairs (DFA-OCA) launched the PASSPORT TRACKING SERVICE (PTS) to provide updates to the public on the status of their passport applications.

After typing and encoding the information required, applicants will receive a response to their PTS queries through SMS message or e-mail within two working days upon receipt of such online request.

To prevent child trafficking, Republic Act 7610:

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS IN SECURING MINOR’S TRAVEL CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE

Look the Video Against Child trafficking - Republic Act 7610

The DFA Express Passport Delivery service
Philippine Telephone Passport Express

(We have no experience with that, if you have, please tell us)

Video

How to find out if you have a damaged passport
Mar 18, 2014

MANILA - How do you know if you have a damaged passport? According to Foreign Affairs Assistant Secretary Fred Santos, a damaged passport would include one that has a ripped cover, detached pages or has gone through a washing machine.

Remark this is an album in the sub-album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

Embassies - Consulates etc. in and for the Philippines

Affidavit of Support/Letter of Invitation

go to overview

Official link is missing. If you know an official link, please SEND a MESSAGE

Embassy of the Holy See (Apostolic Nunciature) in the Philippines

H. E. Archbishop Antonio Franco
Apostolic Nuncio
2140 Taft Avenue
Manila City 1004 Philippines
Tel. No.: (2) 521 0307
Fax No.: (2) 521 1235

Look "Apostolic Nunciature in PH" by/Reynaldo Santos Jr. Jan 15, 2015
The Apostolic Nunciature is home to Vatican City's representative – or nuncio
Most countries establish embassies in other countries for diplomatic purposes. But the Vatican City, for its part, installs an apostolic nunciature in select countries.

Look also HERE

Visa Information System (VIS)

allows Schengen States to exchange visa data. It consists of a central IT system and of a communication infrastructure that links this central system to national systems. VIS connects consulates in non-EU countries and all external border crossing points of Schengen States.

Look also

EU VIS and biometrics factsheet

Visa application guide: Getting a Schengen visa from the Italian embassy in PH
by Ligaya Solera February 05, 2017
Dreaming of a trip to Europe? Start planning it now – starting with your Schengen visa application

Embassy WorldWide

Look also Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Philippines

Schengen Visa

The Schengen Agreement is a treaty signed between states in Europe. Visa to one of the states is valid to all members of Schengen Agreement

Look also Schengen Information System - Terms about Schengen with links and advices

British Embassy Manila

Look also the article and video A UK visa is just five steps away
by/Rappler.com September 28, 2015
UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) launched a new video aimed at first time visitors to the UK.
The video is a further example of the improvements to the visa service to make it quicker and easier for Filipino visitors to apply for a UK visa

ROYAL DANISH EMBASSY, Manila

HONORARY ROYAL DANISH CONSULATE GENERAL IN MANILA

HONORARY ROYAL DANISH CONSULATE IN CEBU

by contact - information and help about:

Possibilities for foreign nationals to reside in Denmark (visa)
How to apply for family reunification in Denmark
Family reunification for spouses e.g.
Family reunification for children
Family reunification with other family members

BUT

Don´t date a DANE, because here in 2017 it´s nearly impossible to get a foreign spouse comming from outside DENMARK to live with a DANE in DENMARK!

Look also: Registration of danes in Philippines recommended for tourists

DANISH

Det Filippinske Konsulat, Copenhagen, Denmark
Visum ansøgningsvejledning Requirements for visa application
Visa applicationform/Ansøgningsskema
Authentication legalization services

Look also "Philippine Consulate in Copenhagen, Denmark" HERE (English)

Look also "Consulate of The Philippines in Aarhus, Denmark" HERE (English)

Embassy of Norway in the Philippines

Honorary Consulate General of Sweden in Manila
Netherlands Embassy in Manila
The Austrian Embassy Manila &

AUSTRIAN HONORARGENERALKONSULAT in Cebu City

Embassy of the United States in Manila
U.S. could ask visa applicants for social media passwords
by Agence France-Presse February 08, 2017

US homeland security wants tougher visa screening procedures including the right to look into an applicant's social media account.

Embassy of Canada in the Philippines
Australian Embassy, Manila
Embassy of Japan Embassy of Japan in the Philippines &

Japanese Consulate in Cebu

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore
The official Representative of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in the Philippines

Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines

Philippine Embassy in Vatican, the Holy See Vatican City
Mercedes Arrastia Tuason, Ambassador
Via Paolo VI, 29
00193 Rome
Holy See (Vatican City)

Look more on page 148 in the document

Philippine Embassy, Norway

Jurisdiction for: Sweden, Norway, Denmark & Iceland

Philippine Embassy, Madrid, Spain
Philippine Embassy, The Hague, The Netherlands
Philippine Embassy Berne, Switzerland

also for Liechtenstein

Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines

Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines

Vienna, Austria

Philippine Embassy - Canberra, Australia

Look all the consular offices in Australia HERE

Embassy of the Philippines, Washington DC, USA
1600 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036
Philippine Embassy - Tokyo, Japan
The official Philippine representative in Taiwan

The MECO, exercising delegated functions.

Embassy of the Philippines in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Philippine Embassy - Kuwait
The Philippine Embassy in Amman, Jordan
AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT

AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT/LETTER OF INVITATION

Nessecary for visits of Philippine citizens in many countries e.g. Schengen - The host has to fill up and send such to the invited person

Look the form as doc HERE or as document template file (dot) HERE

Paperwork - Registrations - Certificates - Licenses - Etc.

IMPORTANT: Look also the above 2 Links

and about nessecary certificates, requirements - etc.:

Au-Pair

Wedding, Marriage, Divorce, Annulment of marriage in Philippines and - or to a Filipino - Filipina

Health - etc.

Baptism

Remark most of the videos in this section are albums in the album "Official Personal Papers e.g. Passport, Cerfiticates, Etc"

go to overview

Lawmakers push for national ID system to reduce red tape
by Mara Cepeda July 18, 2016

The Philippines is one of the few countries in the world without a national identification system, says a proponent

Look also HERE

How to Apply for UMID Card (Unified Multi-Purpose ID Card)
March 25, 2015

UMID stands for the Unified Multi-Purpose ID card that will serve as the single ID card of all SSS, GSIS, PhilHealth and Pag-IBIG members.

Look also HERE and the Videos

FORMSPH
Confused about PH gov't services? There's now an app for that
by Shaira Panela August 30, 2016

Out of confusion and frustration over the basics of government services, a 21-year-old political science graduate develops a mobile app that aims to help people access these services

Look also the Video

Notary Public

How to Get a Document Notarized in the Philippines

Look also Notary Public

and the Video

 

You can now apply for NBI clearance online
Mar 30, 2015

The registration and appointment system for the NBI clearance will all be done online nationwide. Applicants may accomplish the application form at www.doj.gov.ph/nbi

Look also the Video

"NBI clearances - payment kiosk system"

MANDALUYONG CITY, Owie Haplasca, executive officer of the EDP division of the National Bureau of Investigation, explains how applications for the NBI clearance will become fully automated. NBI clearances are required for individuals seeking employment locally or abroad.

Philippine Center on Transnational Crime - PCTC

The PCTC address the requirement of putting strong and intensified focus against transnational organized crime in the course of the government’s anti-crime campaign.
The Executive Director, PCTC; the Chief, PNP; and the heads of other concerned government agencies shall undertake close coordination and cooperation to insure synergy in the over-all anti-transnational crime campaign.

Video

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

"How to Change Your PRC Registered Name after Marriage"

by/Zero MD - Jan 22, 2014

For Filipino Female Professionals registered at the Professional Regulation Commission changing their registered name after getting married can be a chore. Find out how you can have a hassle-free time at the PRC. The Professional Regulation Commission is the Philippine governing body for certifying individuals as professionals in the various working groups. Renewal of PRC licenses can be done at SM Malls nowadays which makes it easy. However for women who recently got married, changing the status and registered name is a big hassle.

Look the full description of the video HERE

Top 28 Valid ID's Required in the Philippines

Are you familiar with "NO ID, NO ENTRY' signs? Did you experience refusal from a Money Changer or from a "Kwarta Padala" institutions when you want to receive money from someone but you have no valid ID. Whether your a student, an employee, or an average Pinoy, a valid ID - Identification Card is always required when transacting business, accessing public/private institutions or opening bank accounts. So here's a list of the Top 28 Valid ID's required in the Philippines

Philippines BIR Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) card
Having a Philippines BIR Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) card can be advantageous when dealing with Filipino government officials and most financial institutions. A TIN card is handy, even if you do not pay taxes in the Philippines

Important: Look more informations HERE

Videos

 

"Former" National Statistics Office (NSO) now PSA

Look more about the possibility to get help from NSO HERE

 Look also HERE

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NSO Birth Certificate Delivery - Remark videos both in English and Tagalog in the album

Have your NSO Certificates in just 2-4 days. Call NSO Birth Certificate Delivery (02) 737-1111 now! Available 24/7. Nationwide coverage.

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Civil registry: Update blank entries in birth certificate

The Manila Civil Registry reminds everyone to be alert in fixing their documents such as birth certificates.

Aug 31, 2014

Look also FAQ about ALL kind of civil registrations

POEA Overseas Exit Clearance for OFWs

The exit clearance come in the form of an E-Receipt (electronic receipt) or an Overseas Employemnt Certificate (OEC) certifying to the regularity of a workers recruitment and documentation and ensures exemption from travel tax and airport terminal fee. It is presented at the POEA Labor Asistance Center (LAC) and the Bureau of Immigration (BI) counter at the airports, prior to departure.

The E-Recipt or OEC serves as the worker's guarantee that he/she is covered by government protection and benefits.

Look also HERE and "POEA exec tells OFWs: Get exit clearance early" HERE

Barangay Clearance or Certificate of Residency

one the Philippine government issued identification documents needed for many important business, job, or personal transactions. You might need it for the following reasons:

Barangay Clearance is required when you apply a job/employment.
It's one of the documents required when you apply or open a bank account.
It's required for business establishment.
It's required for other business or financial transactions such as lending, loan or financing.
It's required mainly to certify that you are living or residing in a certain barangay.
And it's required for any other important transactions...

Video

Driver License

New designs for driver's license cards out in August 2015
Ipinasilip ng LTO ang bagong disenyo ng drivers license card na i-isyu simula sa Agosto. Inaasahan ng ahensya na mapupunan ng bagong supplier ang higit sa kalahating milyong hindi pa nabibigyan ng bagong lisensya. Jul 8, 2015

Look the article Transportation office reforms issuance of driver’s licenses
The revised rules governing the issuance of driver’s licenses aim to ensure the capability of the driver as well as streamline the application process. by/Official Gazette, October 23, 2015

Look also:

LTO rolls out drivers' licenses valid for 5 years
by Aika Rey August 29, 2017
The entire application process for the new driver's license cards takes about 5 minutes, the transportation secretary says.

Duterte signs laws extending passport, driver's license validity
by Pia Ranada August 02, 2017
The law extending driver's license validity also imposes stricter measures on the issuance of licenses to ensure only deserving applicants get them. Look RA 10930

and HERE, HERE, HERE

example of the old design front - rear

LTO Driver's License and NBI Clearance Renewal

article and examples about renewal of driver´s license for Filipino citizens abroad read HERE and HERE

Remark: Foreigners may drive for 120 days with an International Driving License, IDL or a valid license from countries reciprocating with the Philippines. After which a Philippine Drivers License is required and may be obtained at the Land Transportation office, LTO. ALSO important informations for non US citizens, who stay more than 90 days in Philippine. look ref. HERE

LTO Driver's License and NBI Clearance Renewal
Look the article and examples as pdf HERE

Look also above HERE

Do you know how to apply for a driver's license?
by Aika Rey August 21, 2016
Here's how to properly apply for a driver's license in the Philippines and avoid 'fixers' that help breed corruption

Look also

A disappointing story about getting a PH driver's license
by Janessa Villamera July 30, 2017
Much has been said but has LTO really done anything about these?

Automation in licensing can help screen responsible drivers
April 21, 2017
Former LTO spokesperson Jason Salvador says removing the discretionary factor among employees screening applicants can help ensure that only those fit to drive are issued licenses.

What to expect in LTO's practical driving exam
by Kimiko Sy August 24, 2017

To get a driver's license, applicants must pass both the written examination and the practical driving exam. The exam seeks to filter and guarantee responsible drivers on the road. Are the practical exams effective enough?
Applying for a license can take more or less one whole day. Applicants start with taking the written examination.

CHURCH RECORD CHANGES AND RECONSTRUCTION

The Chancery Department of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila is the Secretariat of the diocese. One of its functions is to receive documents and authorize changes and corrections in the registers of baptism, confirmation and marriage.

Citizen Services

Need a Birth Certificate? Want a Passport - Seaman's Book - Visa or ??? Citizen Services allows for convenient access to various government services from the DFA, NSO and POEA

Many good informations and more links

Philippine Legal Forms is the site to find the basic formats of standard and frequently used legal forms, contracts and agreements in the Philippines.

 

All Philippine legal forms and contracts are free for site visitors to copy and revise for single use.

 

Look also Available Forms by Agency - Authority

International Organization for Migration  -  Philippines

Live - Retire in the Philippines

General - nessecary to know

IMPORTANT: Look also the above 2 Links and the above section Citizenship - Residence permission - Visa

and

go to overview

Video

The Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA) & Bureau of Immigration

on Expat Insights into how to come and make Philippines your home for life with the General Manager of the Philippines Retirement Authority, Mr. Vernie Atienza.

Look also HERE and

Special Resident Retiree's Visa (SRRV)

PhilHealth benefits for foreign retirees in PH starting July
June 16, 2017
This expansion of coverage is based on a memorandum of understanding signed by PhilHealth and the Philippine Retirement Authority in 2015 that aims to 'promote the country as a retirement haven for qualified foreigners'
Department of Tourism - Retirement Options
Kevin Sanders is a pastor, blogger, husband, and caffeine addict. He spent 11 years as a missionary in the Philippines before returning to America with Mare Cris, his wife. This includes videos on the Philippines with advice for e.g expats and other topics. Look more HERE

Aboutphilippines.ph recommend to look all the good advices for expats

Department of Foreign Affairs of Philippines (DFA)

CIVIL REGISTRATION OF BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE of a Filipino

APPLICATION FOR RETIREMENT APPLICATION FOR RETIREMENT AND OTHER SOCIAL INSURANCE BENEFITS
Planning for the big R: Retirement
by/Rienzie P. Biolena, RFP October 04, 2015

A financial expert explains the essentials of retirement planning and how inflation can make a big difference.

Making a New Life in The Philippines
by Angela Cato

The Philippines is a perfect location for anyone in search of a new home where the climate is great year-round and where people are friendly everywhere you go. The Filipinos living in the islands are a friendly group of people who are family oriented and very nice to newcomers.

Videos

 

Why did Jerry & Family from Hawaii, choose to retire in Cebu?
Jun 3, 2017
See his INTERVIEW
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Retiring in PH: Pros and cons

For those who are planning their financial future after retirement, one of the important things to determine is where to live. May 30, 2015
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How to prepare for retirement in PH

Registered financial planner Randell Tiongson shared effective ways to plan for retirement in the Philippines on ANC's On the Money with Edric Mendoza. Sep 22, 2015
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Monthly costs of living in Cebu City

May 6, 2016 by/Christopher Lane
Monthly costs of living for April 2016 for a family of 3 living in Cebu City
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Clark Green City eyed as ‘retirement haven’ for foreigners
Rappler.com July 17, 2015
Urban planners are looking at an elevated portion of the land within the Clark Special Economic Zone as a place to develop a retirement village for foreigners.
An eco-friendly retirement community for foreigners will be one of main features of Clark Green City, the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) said in a statement.
Why Retiring in the Philippines is Your Best Choice
Senior Citizen Benefits and Person With Disability Privileges in the Philippines

Look the Benefits and Privileges as pdf

Filipino Elderly Week: How to take good care of the elderly

PROCLAMATION NO. 470

DECLARING THE FIRST WEEK OF OCTOBER OF EVERY YEAR AS LINGGO NG KATANDAANG FILIPINO (ELDERLY FILIPINO WEEK)

Look also Elderly Care - etc. in Philippines

The Foreign Service of the Philippines

Tax exemption privileges of filipinos who are permanent residents abroad and returning to the Philippines for good and former filipino citizens who have acquired citizenships of other countries and are returning to the Philippines to settle permanently.

Look also

Continue to Philippine Immigrant Visa Non Quota 13(G) or 13(A)

Returning Resident, Balikbayan Shipment

Understanding Filipino Body Language
Philippines - An Expatriate Guide
goILOILO.com Reality Check: the Philippines – a tropical paradise for the retiree?
How local can a Foreigner become How local can a Foreigner become in the Philippines?
Dress codes for foreigners A Discussion about Dress codes for foreigners living in the Philippines
Videos

Living and Working in the Philippines

Remark these are albums in the sub-album "Daily life, shopping, work, retirement - Etc."

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Philippines Life

People in the Philippines going about their daily activities.

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LIVING IN THE PHILIPPINES

by/Global Coach Center

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Living and Working in the Philippines

Chris Ducker wrote: I get asked what it like to live and work in the Philippines, all the time...! So I thought I'd shoot this quick clip to give you a bit of an insight. Hope you enjoy it.

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Philippines Expat Survival Guide - www.expat-survival-guide.info

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F.A.C. - Foreign Assistance Center Philippines

is the first in the Philippines of its sort. The F.A.C. provide all legal residing Foreigners, Retirees, Guests and Investors with their given Rights under the Philippine Laws specifically Immigration Law

Look more about F.A.C. HERE

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Typical Philippines

Life in Province

The Pros and Cons of Retiring in the Philippines

By emievil

Expat Advice about Moving to the Philippines and other International Relocation
Living, Retiring, Traveling and Doing Business in the Philippines
Big Jim´s Philippines Experience

Documentry style videos, hundreds of pictures, links to related websites, tourist visa information

VISAYAN FORUM FOUNDATION, INC.

is a non-profit, non-stock and tax-exempt non-government organization in the Philippines established in 1991. VF works for the welfare of marginalized migrants, especially those working in the invisible and informal sectors, like domestic workers, and trafficked women and children.

Look also the Video

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The do's and don’ts of practical living
by/Adrianna Mejia October 07, 2015

Make practical choices everyday

goILOILO.com Crime against foreigners in the Philippines

many other good informations too about daily life in the Philippines in link on the site

TRAINING REGULATIONS DRIVING

AUTOMOTIVE AND LAND TRANSPORT SECTOR

TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
East Service Road, South Superhighway, Taguig City, Metro Manila

Inheritance law of property - land - also about foreigners inheritance tax and law The Global Property Guide looks at inheritance from two angles: taxation, and what inheritance laws apply to foreigners leaving property in Philippines: what restrictions there are and whether making a will is advisable

Look also Landlord and Tenant

Philippine law is generally PRO-LANDLORD in the luxury segment but it is NEUTRAL as between landlord and tenant for the rest of the market.

Water supply and sanitation in the Philippines
National Transmission Corporation (TransCo)

is a Philippine government corporation created in 2001 by the Electric Power Industry Reform Act currently operating the nation's power grid. It assumed all of Napocor's substation and transmission assets.

Look also HERE

The National Power Corporation

also known as the NPC or Napocor, is a state-owned company that serves as the largest provider and generator of electricity in the Philippines. It is also the principal power provider for Manila Electric, the only power distributor in the Metro Manila area.

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP)

is a private corporation that maintains and operates the power transmission network of the Philippines.

National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) have taken on a crucial mandate of bringing light to every Filipino home, energizing industries, and turning the country’s wheels of progress.

Cebeco II - Cebu II Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Meralco since 1903 has fueled the growth of the Philippines and its people. As a premier electric service distributor

Read also about Pay your Meralco bill online, Introduting the e-meralco bill

The Yellow Canvass - Philippines

Find ??? what you are looking for :-)

Philippine Standard Time, PST, also known as Philippine Time (PHT) and informally Juan Time, is the official name for the time in the Philippines.

Look also HERE and Republic Act No. 10535 , The Philippine Standard Time (PST) Act of 2013

Look also Filipino Time

Time Zone Converter - Time & Time Zone Conversion
World Time Zones

look list of time zones HERE

Climate - Weather - Climate change

this section can't stand alone, so look also

Met-forecast for the Philippines

Philippine typhoon & Weather watch

When are classes cancelled or suspended?

#ClimateActionPH - Energy sources - Etc.

Vulnerability to Nature, Environmental Disasters and Disaster preparedness

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Video

Climate Justice

Aug 25, 2016 - Aired: April 2, 2016 - English subtitles
This video entitled ‘Climate Justice’ features ‘the fight of the Climate Justice activists to experience the real Climate Change.’

Climate change: Why PH should care
Aug 23, 2016

El Niño and La Niña will be made harder by the effects of climate change. Filipinos should understand that while they bear the brunt of the effects of climate change, they can also do something to mitigate it.

Look also Why it’s time to act on climate change
February 09, 2017

You can make a difference in the fight against climate change. Be informed and take a stand.
Climate change is here.

There are bigger battles outside the Paris Agreement
by Leon Dulce November 04, 2016

There are the bigger battles outside the Paris Agreement that need to be fought, as these are the ones winning the struggle against the global system that perpetuates climate injustice. Let these stories of struggles in the frontlines be at the core of the climate talks

WATCH: Advocates urge PH Senate to ratify Paris climate deal after Duterte nod
by Voltaire Tupaz November 07, 2016

Nearly 100 countries ratify or accept the landmark agreement that seeks to curb global warming, but the Philippines is not among them

COP 21 - Paris Agreement on climate change

The historic deal is signed on December 12 2015 in Paris

Philippine statement on adoption of Paris climate deal
by/Philippine Delegation to the UN climate change conference December 13, 2015
'Despite diversity and divergence, we have found common ground. The Paris Agreement is a monumental feat of humanity,' says head of Philippine delegation Emmanuel de Guzman

Look also

PH welcomes historic Paris Agreement – Palace
The Philippines also pledges to bring Filipinos together and engage them in building disaster-resilient communities, Communications Secretary Coloma says

Look the full text COP 21 - Paris Agreement on climate change
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Duterte now open to ratify Paris climate deal
August 18, 2016 By Ruth Abbey Gita
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has expressed openness to ratify the Paris agreement on climate change, after initially saying he would not honor it, a Palace official said on Thursday.
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Duterte: Addressing global warming is top priority
by Jee Y. Geronimo UPDATED July 26, 2016
President Rodrigo Duterte says the fight against climate change 'must not stymie our industrialization'
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Duterte, don’t get caught in the fog of global warming
by Rolly Calalang July 31, 2016
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Duterte won't honor int'l pacts on carbon emissions
by Pia Ranada July 18, 2016
The Philippine president says he wants to kick an ambassador for asking if the Philippine government would honor its commitments to reduce greenhouse gases
"You are trying to stifle us in an agreement na ganito lang kayo (that you will stay this way)...That’s stupid. I will not honor that. Sabi niya (He said), you signed. That was not my signature," said the Philippine president
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Duterte on Paris climate pact: 'I won't honor that'
By Ruth Abbey Gita July 18, 2016
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte said Monday that he will not acknowledge the Paris agreement on climate change, which he called a "stupid" treaty.

and the Videos

Duterte says 'no' to climate change pact

Senate won’t ratify Paris climate pact

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi defends Duterte's stand on Climate Change pact and vows to lower power rates.
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8 reasons why PH should honor UN climate commitments
by Renee Juliene Karunungan July 19, 2016
'The whole world has started to recognize that environment and development go hand in hand. Why can't we?'
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Environmental groups, advocates to Duterte: ‘Let us talk’
Raisa Serafica July 19, 2016
Environmental groups and advocates urge the president to look at the vital role the Philippines plays in the global climate pact

and the Video PH delegation on signing of historic COP21 deal. Dec 12, 2015 in the album COP 21

Videos

Vernice Victorio on Duterte's approach to climate change

What convinced Duterte to sign Paris climate pact REVISED:
Climate Change Vice-Chairperson Vernice Victorio explains what convinced President Rodrigo Duterte to sign the Paris climate pact

Look also the articles

Senate concurs in Paris climate deal ratification
by Camille Elemia March 14, 2017
UPDATED Voting 22-0, senators seal the Philippines' ratification of the landmark international agreement on climate change

Senate to OK Paris climate deal before March 18
by Camille Elemia
Senator Loren Legarda, who is set to sponsor the measure, is confident they have the numbers to concur with the ratification of the Paris climate deal.

Duterte signs Paris climate deal
by Pia Ranada
UPDATED The Office of the President submits the signed 'Instrument of Accession' to the Senate for concurrence on March 1

Video

Philippines signed the Paris deal. What’s next?
July 13, 2016

Watch our interview with Christian Monsod.
A few months after the Philippines signed a global pact to mitigate climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, how is it making good on its promise?

Video

Paris climate deal takes effect in PH, now what?
April 22, 2017

On Earth Day, April 22, 2017 we discussed what Filipinos can do beyond the ratification of the agreement that seeks to curb global warming.

Look the FULL description on the video

The power of truth: The U.S., Philippines, and the Paris Agreement
by Tony La Viña and Hannah Tablan August 15, 2017

Climate change is too big an issue for us to allow one country to hold the global community hostage and paralyzed in inaction.

Climate Change Commission - CCC

The Philippine Climate Change Commission is an independent and autonomous body that has the same status as a national agency and is attached to the Office of the President.

Look also HERE and the Videos

Philippine's Climate Change Commission, CCC Video - Teaser

CCC Commercial

Children and Youth Workshop on Climate Change - Pinoy + Youth + Power in a Changing Climate

4-Greeneration Challenge - Call for Youth-led Climate Change Initiatives

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How reducing your waste can mitigate climate change
June 04, 2016

Your trash contributes to climate change. It’s time to clean up!
Think about all the items you dispose of every day: that styrofoam coffee cup, the leftover of the meal you had for lunch, the pile of used paper on your desk, and the plastic packaging or cardboard box that came with your newest gadget.

Look also How you can reduce your carbon footprint
by Krista Garcia July 23, 2016
Small but conscious changes in the way we eat, live, and work can help reduce our carbon emissions

How does food production contribute to climate change?
June 10, 2016

The agriculture sector accounts for the second biggest share of the country's greenhouse gas emissions, according to latest data. But addressing the problem is easier said than done

Poverty pushes young Filipino to fight for the environment
by/Fatima Reyes June 11, 2016

Arnel Alipao believes that more than being vulnerable in times of disasters, children are capable of helping society minimize the effects of climate change

Batanes: Facing the new normal of climate change
with video
March 01, 2017
For remote communities in Batanes, weathering typhoons is nothing new, but climate change threatens to uproot their homes and destroy their livelihoods. Watch this 360 video on how communities in Itbayat are facing their new normal.

Look also Beyond the postcards: Batanes and climate change
by Airah Cadiogan March 01, 2017
'We need to view Batanes in a different light: less glossy than in travel magazines yet less desperate than in weather reports; a real place where people affected by climate change live'

Videos

Philippines and Climate Change

BUHOS
A Climate Change Documentary by Senator Loren Legarda & Direk Brillante Mendoza

Climate-related disasters rising in PH: ADB
Typhoon "Yolanda", "Glenda", and even Habagat. All of these caused great effect in the country. According to the study made by Asian Development Bank, the climate-related disaster in the country continues to rise in number. Sep 2, 2014

ADAPTAYO - Our Nation's Call for Climate Change Adaptation
ADAPTAYO promotes courage, flexibility, strength, and resiliency among Filipinos amid the perils, dangers, and impact of climate change: droughts, typhoon, flooding, and extreme weather conditions

Look full description about ADAPTAYO

Pagasa - Mactan Chief Oscar Tabada on Climate Change
Pagasa-Mactan Chief Oscar Tabada discussed about hydro-meteorological hazards in the Philippines, weather forecasting, and facts about climate change with Sun.Star employees. Jai Sandoval/Sunnex Dec 20, 2013

National Publication of Lessons Learned on Climate Change Adaptation in Demonstration Projects

Sea level rise
Sea level rise and possibly cause extreme flood and storm surge. Apr 9, 2014

Look also the articles:

Global heat, sea level hit record highs in 2015
by afp August 02, 2016 y
The record heat that the planet experienced last year is driven partially by global warming, and is exacerbated by the ocean heating trend known as El Nino

1991 Pinatubo explosion slowed down sea level rise
by KD Suarez August 23, 2016
Sea level rise temporarily slowed down because of the massive 1991 explosion, but it is again speeding up, scientists say
The 1991 explosion of Mount Pinatubo in Zambales slowed down the gradual rise in sea levels due to global warming – and its effects are now waning, scientists said in a study. Look also HERE

Is the Philippines sinking?

"Waterworld", a documentary by Jay Taruc
A recent study commissioned by the government shows that up to 80% of the country will be underwater in 80 years. Are we prepared to live in a waterworld? Date aired: Oct. 18, 2014

Why rich countries need to talk about the Philippines
by/Renee Juliene Karunungan and Andreas Sieber, May 25, 2015

Will other G7 countries follow Germany's commitment to double climate finance for adaptation?

Look also Nature doesn't negotiate: Climate catastrophe is with us now
by/Kumi Naidoo Dec 17, 2014

'Understand that climate change is not a future threat to be negotiated but a clear and present danger that requires urgent action now'

Women and climate change: Vulnerable, but not helpless
by/ Kathryn Leuch March 13, 2016

Women's voices 'are indispensable in arriving at strategies and policies regarding adapting and mitigating impacts of climate change'

GETTING A GRIP

on Climate Change in the Philippines

Current Status of Climate Change
Mitigation and Adaptation
by/Philippines, Climate Change Commission

Look also Climate Change in the Philippines

A Contribution to the Country Environmental Analysis

Climate change in the Philippines

Climate Projections in 2020 and 2050 in provinces

How the climate change scenarios were developed
How were the downscaling techniques applied using the PRECIS model simulations or run?
How were uncertainties in the modeling simulations dealt with?
What is the level of confidence in the climate projections?
What are the possible applications of these model-generated climate scenarios?

Climates of the Philippines
The Manila Observatory

a non-profit research institute housed in the campus of the Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City, Philippines.

Look also HERE

El Niño

How can Filipinos better understand it?
by/Gwen de la Cruz Mar 14, 2015

Summer is fast approaching and it is expected to be hotter than usual.

With El Niño causing a dry spell in the country, farmers, who may find scientific terms difficult to understand, are expected to be most affected by this phenomenon.

How is government preparing for El Niño?

Look also

How vulnerable is Mindanao to El Niño?
by/Gwen de la Cruz April 03, 2016

Because of its proximity to the equator, Mindanao is the region most vulnerable to El Niño

and the Videos

PAGASA: El Niño is here
Mar 9, 2015

We are now experiencing a mild El Niño. This is what the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, PAGASA confirmed earlier. The dry season may extend because of this phenomenon.

Pagasa: Expect below normal rainfall due to El Niño
Mar 11, 2015

NewsLife: Pagasa: Expect below normal rainfall due to El Niño Reported by Christine Santos

Reforma – Cebu:

A Community based Resource Management

Initiative and Climate Change

by Huberto  C. Zanoria

Weather-forecast from

PAGASA - The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration

Look also the article:

After 150 years, time to upgrade PAGASA
We want a modern PAGASA that can warn us about typhoons and weather disturbances coming our way and which has a working environment which prevents forecasters from leaving the Philippine area of responsibility, Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto said March 28 2015

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Weather-forecast from PAGASA Mobile App

This application provides the daily weather forecast, satellite image, severe weather bulletin and forecast track of typhoon in the Philippines. Offers free quick access to the latest weather bulletin and storm warning issued by PAGASA. It shows the current satellite image and path of typhoon including its forecast track. You can see your distance from the storm's location relative to your position. Also available in iPhone and iPad as a web application.

PAGASA unveils improved smartphone app
by Adrian Jimenea June 16, 2016
The app provides users key information on weather, flooding, and hazard which can help them during times of disasters and typhoons

and HERE and the Video PAGASA mobile app. Remark this is an album in the album "Government, Authorities - Etc."

How's the weather today? Check it in your smart phones!
by/Rappler.com August 03, 2015
WeatherPhilippines app is now available for Android and iOS
Tropical storm vs super typhoon

This infographic shows the difference between 4 types of tropical cyclones

Look also the article Weather 101: Tropical storm vs super typhoon Dec 03, 2014

Organizations and Networks

Organizations and Networks - general

Nature and Environment organizations, etc.

Animals Organizations, Etc.

Sports Organizations - Etc.

Boy and Girl Scouts

Labor Unions Etc.

More about Non-Government Organizations - NGO

Filipino Organizations and Forums - Worldwide

Volunteer - Organization

Expats organizations and forums, etc.

Motor, Automobile Association, Motorbike clubs, Etc.

Lodges - etc.

LOOK also the other subject-pages with more organizations

go to main-overview

Organizations and Networks - general

go to overview

United Nations

Look also

the Video UN - United Nations in the Philippines. What did the UN do for PH? The UN celebrates its 70th Anniversary

and the article

What did the UN do for PH? Disaster response, health programs, and more
by Jodesz Gavilan August 23, 2016
The Philippines has been a beneficiary of different United Nations programs for many years, especially after Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)

Editorial: Who watches NGOs?
August 02, 2016
Videos

An album in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"
NGOs REGISTERED AND LICENSED NGOs REGISTERED AND LICENSED to operate by the Department of Social Welfare and Development as of February 25, 2010
NGOs ACCREDITED of DSWD Directory of NGOs ACCREDITED to operate by the Department of Social Welfare and Development
Association of Foundations
The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom - WILPF Philippines

129-A Matahimik St - U.P. Village, Diliman, Quzon City 1101

is an international Non Governmental Organization (NGO) with national sections, who are united in working for peace by non-violent means, promoting political, economic and social justice for all.

Dakila

We are Dakila (nobility) – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism, a group of artists, students, and individuals committed to working together to creatively spark social consciousness formation towards social change.

Look also HERE

JCI (Junior Chamber International) Philippines

Look also HERE and HERE

Look JCI Videos

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Junior Chamber International - JCI Cebu-Mactan Channel Philippines
Candon Youth Movement

is a grasroots - based and non-partisan organization that aspires for the advancement of the needs of the Candonians and its brgys.

The People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP)

is a strictly professional, non-stock, not-for-profit organization of over 1,800 member companies and individual management executives engaged or interested in human resource management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR) work.

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Junior People Management Association of the Philippines (JPMAP)

Philippine Statistical Association, Inc.
Filipinas Copyright Licensing Society, Inc. (FILCOLS)

FILCOLS is the Philippines's reprographic collecting society for Authors and Publishers.

The Astronomical League of the Philippines, Inc (ALP)

was initiated on July 22, 2003 to cater the needs of dedicated astronomers in the Philippines. On Sept 8, 2003, the ALP, Inc becomes an official non-stock, non profit SEC registered organization.

Nature and environment organizations - Etc.

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SOCIETY FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PHILIPPINE WETLANDS, INC.
Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia, PEMSEA
Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc., JVOFI

a non-government organization in Baguio City and Benguet province, organized by Benguet Corporation, the Philippines’ oldest mining company. Formerly known as BenguetCorp Foundation, Inc.

Look also HERE

The Global Environment and Nature Ecosystems Society, Phil. Foundation, GENESYS, Inc.

a non-profit, non-government organization. Its primary purpose is to manage and implement environment restoration and prevention projects through the coordination and pooling of resources among various sectors, groups and individuals.

Philippines Ocean Heritage

created to address the dire need to protect and conserve the marine environment. Our mission is to share the wonders of the underwater world through this website and raise awareness of marine conservation issues.

Videos

The Cebu Outdoor Adventure Team, COAT

an organization dedicated to explore, preserve and enhance Cebu and its neighboring island natural resources.

Remark this is an album in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"

Hortica Filipina

a non-profit, non-sectarian, environmental, non-government organization which has the following objectives:

To promote the culture of gardening and plant care;
To promote the use of Philippine native tree and plant species in gardening, landscaping and horticulture in the country;
To provide gardening, landscaping and horticulture services to communities, households, institutions and other interested parties;
To transfer gardening, landscaping, plant propagation, and horticultural competencies to interested sectors.

Katala Foundation, Inc.

a non-profit, non-stock, non-governmental organization, has been active in protecting and conserving wildlife, particularly the Philippine cockatoo and other threatened endemic wildlife in Palawan.

Haribon

The organization, and the individuals it trained and nurtured were instrumental in the formation of other environmental organizations in the country.

The Center for Environmental Concerns–Philippines, CEC-Phils

a non-government organization founded of organizations representing fisherfolk, farmers, indigenous peoples, women, urban poor, and professional sectors

Foundation for the Philippine Environment
The Philippine National Oil Company - Alternative Fuels Corporation, PNOC-AFC

mandated to explore, develop and accelerate the utilization and commercialization of alternative fuels.

Look also HERE

GAIA

Our name reflects this dual purpose:
The Global Anti-Incinerator Alliance: Mobilizing grassroots action against the spread of incinerators and other polluting, end-of-pipe waste technologies.
The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives: Building the movement for environmental justice, local green economies, and creative zero waste solutions.

EcoWaste Coalition

a public interest network of community, church, school, environmental and health groups pursuing sustainable solutions to waste, climate change and chemical issues facing the Philippines and the world.

Greenpeace, Philippines

Look also HERE

Philippine Nurses Environmental Organization Inc., PNEO

Look also HERE

The Crop Science Society of the Philippines Inc., CSSP
RARE FRUIT SOCIETY RARE FRUIT SOCIETY OF THE PHILIPPINES, RFSP

composed of professional, commercial, amateur, and hobby growers of exotic and native tropical fruits.

Asian NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development, ANGOC

Quezon City

Animals organizations, Etc.

Look also around in the section and sub-sections HERE

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The Philippine Animal Welfare Society, PAWS

a non-government institution situated in the Philippines. Its advocacies focus on the different issues concerning animal rights and welfare.

Look also HERE

Look PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center, PARC HERE and the Videos

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Sirius

Global Animal Organisation, Philippines

Animal Kingdom Foundation

AKF's mission is to support, protect and promote welfare and the rights of animals ; ... A non-stock, non-profit animal welfare organization

Animal Welfare Coalition

Registered Non-Profit, Non-Government Organization

World Wildlife Fund  WWF
Humane Society International, HSI

HSI began our work in the Philippines nearly 10 years ago, but our recent agreements with the Cebu City local government and Southwestern University veterinary college have led to success at a whole new level.

Humane Society International is one of the only international animal protection organizations in the world working to protect all animals - including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals, and wildlife.

Philippine Animal Lovers Society, PALS

a community of Filipino Animal Lovers worldwide.

Sports Organizations - Etc.

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Central Visayas Regional Athletic Association - CVIRAA

Look also HERE

Manila Boat Club
The National Golf Association of the Philippines (NGAP)
Women's Golf Association of the Philippines
Philippine Badminton Association on Facebook
Badminton Clubs & Venues in Philippines
Video

Philippine Cheerleading Alliance

Look also HERE

Philippine Basketball Association

Look also HERE and the Video

Kapisanang Mandirigma

A federation of warriors from different disciplines of the Warrior Arts of the Philippines.

TEAM PILIPINAS

Philippine Forum on Sports, Culture, Sexuality and Human Rights Inc.

Philippine Homing Pigeon Association, Inc.

Look also Philippine Homing Pigeon Sports

List of pigeon clubs HERE

Video

Philippines e-Sports Organization - PeSO

Electronic Sports, better known as e-Sports, is a growing global culture and worldwide phenomenon. It is an athletic competition that showcases skill and talent without being limited to height, weight or age.

Video

On and off the court:

Basketball in the hearts of the Filipino people

Coach Tim Cone on the current Purefoods line-up and why Filipinos are enamored by basketball.

Jan 5, 2015

Read also the article HERE and HERE

Filipino Anglers Organization of the Philippines
Video

Pinoyanglers Club, Inc.

Pinoyanglers Club, Inc. fishing trip compilations

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Boy and Girl Scouts of the Philippines

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Boy Scouts of the Philippines
Mga Batang Lalaking Iskawt ng Pilipinas
Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP)

Labor Unions - Organizations etc.

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JUSTICE EMPLOYEES MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE (OSJEMPC)

The OSJEMPC is a duly recognized cooperative by the Cooperative Development Authority established in DOJ since 1989, an association that would negotiate with management for benefits they needed, organized under the DOJ Employees Association (DOJEA).

The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP)

is the largest national trade union center in the Philippines

Look also HERE

Associated Labor Union or ALU
Alliance of Progressive Labor

Advancing social movement unionism towards social transformation

More about Non-Government Organizations - NGO

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The Philippine Council for NGO Certification or PCNC

Look the Certified list of NGOs in Philippines HERE

PCNC Guidebook on the Basics of NGO Governance
Habitat for Humanity Philippines (HFHP)

a non-profit organization that serves families and helps transform lives by building responsible, self-reliant communities and enable Filipino families in need through simple, decent and affordable homes.

Look also HERE

and the Videos

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Asia Society Philippine Foundation, Inc - ASPF

ASPF is a non-profit foundation accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification (PCNC)

Look also the Video

What is Asia Society Philippines?

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The PHILIPPINE FOUNDATION CENTER (PFC) is a one stop resource and information center on non-government organizations (NGOs), foundations and the civil society sector in general.
World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO)

The Philippines’ NGO Sector
By Joanna Moshman

Filipino Organizations and Forums - Worldwide

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Pinoy Meetups around the world
The Filipino association of Denmark
The Filipina Mom in Denmark
Filipino Danish Center
Pinay Exclusive Denmark
Filipino expatriates in Denmark
FILIPINO HOUSE - DENMARK
FilippinskDanskGruppe

is a registered organization in Copenhagen. There are two chapters, one in Copenhagen and Syddanmark. This group aim is to provide information to Filipino and Danish community in Denmark.

Filipino-Icelandic Association (FIA)

Established in 1990, is the first and largest group of Filipinos living in Iceland.

Philippine Women Association in Skaraborg-Skövde (PWASS)

Showing the definition of Philippine cultural traditions and way of life to the Swedish society.

At the same time providing scholarship to less privileged high school students in the Philippines in form of "Pabaon ng Sweden" project.

Finnish - Philippine Society
Philippine/British Information - Forum
OFW crisis Hotline
Foreigners in Denmark is an online community of people from all over the world who now live in Denmark. Many good links

GERMAN LANGUAGE

Philippinenforum Deutschland

Das grösste deutschsprachige Diskussionsforum über die Philippinen

FilipinosAround FILIPINO ASSOCIATIONS IN EUROPE
Pinoy Meetups around the world
Bayanihan Foundation Worldwide

Filipinos Abroad Helping Filipinos at Home

KONA VISAYAN CLUB, Hawaii

We are a non-profit organization whose members are Filipinos of Visayan ancestry. Our group is small but united in our goal to contribute to the advancement and betterment of our Filipino communities both here in Hawaii and in the Philippines.

Cebucircle

a Cebu Social Networking Site of individuals who interact through specific media, sharing of idea's, news update, potentially crossing geographical and political boundaries in order to pursue mutual interests or goals.

Filipino and Filipino American Community Organizations Associations

Many good links to International Filipino Community Associations and Filipinos in Australia, Austria, Belgium, UK, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Netherlands, Dubai, UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia HERE

Big Bend Filipino-American Association, Inc.

Look also HERE

Filipino American International Youth Development Foundation - FAIYDF

a non-profit organization that helps less fortunate children, youth and individuals in the Philippines in order to promote positive change. Our motto is that "Restoring Lives Fulfilling Dreams.

Filipino American Association of San Diego North County (FAASDNC)

The mission of the Filipino American Association of San Diego, North County (FAASDNC) is to preserve the Filipino culture, to promote a positive image for Filipinos and Filipino-Americans, and to support the communities we serve.

The Philippine Heritage Council of Manitoba (PHCM), Inc

is a non-profit, cultural group comprised of representatives from over 35 member organizations and individuals within the Filipino-Canadian community in Winnipeg.

PINAY

Filipino Women's Organization in Quebec / Organisation des femmes Philippines du Québec

Beterinaryo SG

is the association of graduates of Veterinary Medicine from the Philippines currently working in Singapore. Its membership comprises Filipino Veterinarians working in various fields.

Beterinaryo SG is an affiliate of the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association.

Timog Forum - Filipinos in Japan
Filipinos in Thailand
Solidarity Philippines Australia Network (SPAN)

SPAN is a network of Filipino and Australian individuals and organisations active in solidarity with the struggles of the Filipino peoples for Human Rights, Self-Determination, Social Justice, Peace and Democracy.

FILIPINOS in Perth
Philippine Society of Safety Practitioners Middle East Region (PSSP-MER)

is an organization of 1600+ Filipino safety practitioners and advocates founded and currently based in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Pilipino Sa Kuwait (PSK)

Look also HERE, HERE and HERE

Filipino in United Arab Emirates

Look also HERE

Filipino Heritage Camp

The Filipino Heritage Camp is one of a handful of camps designed especially for families with children adopted from the Philippines/with Filipino heritage.

The World of Filipinas

A forum to bring together members of the Fil-west community and the men and women from around the world that are considering a relationship of this kind and want to learn more

Volunteer - Organizations - etc.

Remark most of the videos in this section are albums in the album "Volunteer Organizations" in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippine

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There are so many NON-PROFIT organizations for volunteering in the Philippines in different way, so in this section it´s mostly about childcare and education, but you can find many other organizations asking for volunteers in e.g. times of emergencies and disasters, medical project etc. in the Index for our other pages, so please look around!
Bike Scouts PH, the unsung heroes during Yolanda
by Raisa Serafica August 17, 2017 - with Video

Bike Scouts Philippines is made up of volunteer bicycle messengers who respond to isolated areas in the aftermath of a disaster.

Look the Video in HD HERE

List: Places where you can volunteer and help children fight hunger
March 24, 2017

Want to make your weekends or summer break more meaningful? Try volunteering at these places around the Philippines.

Tapping youth volunteerism for public service
by David Lozada March 24, 2017 - with video

Candon Youth Movement engages Ilocos Sur youth for projects on public health, agriculture, and education

The Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC)

is a non-stock, non-profit non-government organization (NGO) which envisions a relatively crime-free and corruption-free Philippines.

Volunteerism: Changing the world one child at a time
by/Raisa Serafica Feb 08, 2015

On weekdays, Te Candano works at a bank processing remittances from seafarers. On weekends, she serves as a volunteer helping put a smile on kids' faces

Center for Volunteerism in the Philippines (CERV-Philippines)

offers volunteerism opportunities in Metropolitan Manila and the province of Romblon in the Philippines in the areas of health, education and the environment

VOICE

is a national network of Volunteer Orgs (VOs) and Volunteer Service Programs (VSPs) in the Philippines.

Look also HERE and the Videos

"I VOLUNTEER" - Philippines

is movement or a campaign that promotes volunteerism at its essence and creates awareness on community rebuilding. This is a movement that envisions Philippines at its greatest being. This movement supports organizations that need volunteers in achieving a common goal; to help and support our fellow countrymen.

This movement will continue as a support group that consists of concerned citizens that are willing to help and serve unconditionally.

Look also the Video

Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV)

is a registered non-profit, non-government organization located in Tacloban City, Philippines. It is registered with the local Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to distribute planned and professional social welfare services to assist underprivileged and undeserved local communities.

Look also HERE

Volunteer in the Philippines

Meaningful Volunteer is a non-profit volunteer placement organization. We offer meaningful volunteer placements in the Philippines

Look also the Videos

Meaningful Volunteer

This is a series of videos detailing the projects being carried out on Tablas Island in Romblon Province.

Videos

Welcome to A Broader View Volunteers!

We offer international volunteer projects for the globally-minded individual searching for a unique travel experience. A Broader View is a 501 non-profit international volunteer organization offering short and long term volunteer programs.

Our projects are located in the Visayans, on the Leyte Island, supporting the education of orphan and rural children from the surrounding areas. The poverty experienced in this area is not just a lack of money but also the inability to access basic needs, such as health care and health facilities, as well as basic quality education for all of its children.<

Look more about "Abroaderview"
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The Hands On Manila Foundation

is committed to creating a community where the spirit of volunteerism prevails and makes a difference. They aim to provide flexible volunteer opportunities for community service in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, and to recruit, coordinate and educate a broad base of volunteers for non-profit organizations.
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Jesuit Volunteers Philippines

World Endeavors Volunteer in the Philippines

program is centered in Tacloban City, on the island of Leyte.

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV)

programme is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide through the promotion of volunteerism, including the mobilization of volunteers. It serves the causes of peace and development through enhancing opportunities for participation by all peoples.

Look also the Video

Global Volunteer Network (GVN) - Volunteering Projects in Philippines.

You have the opportunity to work in teaching, childcare, reading promotion, school building and maintenance projects, and cultural exchange, centred in Romblon province.

Performing Arts Abroad

As a volunteer in the Philippines with Performing Arts Abroad, you will have the chance to teach music, dance, and theater to local children. You will work with one or more of our project sites at a youth juvenile rehabilitation center.

Look also the Video

Volunteer in the Philippines

Expats organizations and forums, Etc.

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Forum for Expats Living In Cebu
The Scandinavian Golf Club of the Philippines (SGCP)

is a non-profit, non-stock membership organization (the Club). The purpose of the SGCP is to promote friendship and golfing activities among the Nordic countries and their associates and to provide members of the Club with the possibility of enjoying golfing.

InterNations - a Community & Guide for Expats in the Philippines
Alabang Ladies International Group (ALIG)

ALIG was formed over a decade ago by a group of expatriate women who met regularly for a coffee to share their Filipino experiences.
ALIG’s popularity continued to grow and now has a membership of over 200 women. These members come from all around the world, many with connections to global organizations

Philippines Expats Forum
Expatriate Groups in Manila Expatriate Groups in Manila

Link to and descriptions of so many groups - nationalities

Motor, Automobile Association, Motorbike clubs, Etc.

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Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP),
Ford Club of the Philippines

Look also the Video

Remark this is a album in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"

VESPA CLUB OF THE PHILIPPINES

Look also the Video Vespa Club of the Philippines

took off to Cagayan de Oro and scooted to Davao via the Bukidnon - Davao Loop on February 24, 2011.

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Lodges - etc.

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Brief History of Freemasonry in the Philippines

Masonic Order in the Philippines was banned by royal decree on January 19, 1812. Freemasonry began in Medieval Europe as a guild for stonemasons but lived on as a fraternity organization. Shrouded in secrecy, it had often been judged as a conspiracy of different Masonic groups and had long been banned by the Catholic Church at the time. Finally, in 1889, the Logia Revolucion was organized by Graciano Lopez-Jaena, linking the masonic structure to the Filipino ilustrados like Jose Rizal, and later on, to the Katipunan which launched the first nationalist revolution in Asia.

Look also HERE, HERE and HERE

and the Video: A tribute to famous filipino masons
Jun 11, 2013

Remark this is an album in the album "Free Masonry" in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"

Grand Masonic Lodge of the Philippines

a constituent lodges of the Grand Lodge of the Philippines work form of the American Webb Ritual, closely aligned to Californian forms. Consequently, lodges open in the third degree, and conduct normal lodge business at separate meetings.

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The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines

Independent Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippine Islands

The foundation stones of Philippine Masonry were quarried in Spain and bore two Lodges in 1889 and 1890: Logia Revolución, in Barcelona and Logia Solidaridad, organized in Madrid. From these principal foundations was hewn, the cornerstone of true Filipino Masonry, brought to the Philippines in 1891. Philippine Masonry was therefore, born during the dawn of nationalism, when Filipino patriots were in the forefront of the search for a national identity.

Look also about "Philippine Center for Masonic Studies" HERE

Rotary Clubs Philippines

ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI DASMARIÑAS (RCMD)

Look also HERE and the Video Rotary Clubs Philippines

Remark this is an album in the album "Rotary Clubs in the Philippines & projects" in the album "Etc. Organizations working in the Philippines"

Rotary Club of Cebu
The Inner Wheel Clubs of the Philippines, Inc.

is a service organization for the wives of the Rotarians founded by Trining Legarda which was established on March 1949. Its aim is to establish camaraderie among the wives of Rotarians and find ways to better support Rotary undertakings.

Look about "Inner Wheel Club of Makati: District 381" HERE

The Order of the Knights of Rizal

is a civic, patriotic, cultural, non-sectarian, non-partisan and non-racial organization founded for the purpose of studying the teachings of Dr. Jose Rizal and promoting them all over the world, among all classes of people, in order for them to emulate his example

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Veterinarians - Veterinary clinics

Look also

Study Veterinary Medicine - Etc.

Laws about Veterinary, Animals, Cockfighting

Animals Organizations, Etc.

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Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA)

Look "COMPLETE LIST OF VETERINARIANS" HERE

Cebu Veterinary Doctors

Look also the Video

Facility Tour

Video

Vet ng Bayan
Jan 29, 2017 - Aired: January 28, 2017

Kilalanin si Dr. Noel Manalo isang beterinaryong mas piniling mag-ikot maglibot sa mga pamayanan upang manggamot ng mga hayop imbes na manatili sa loob ng isang clinic. Sa paglilibot ni Doc Noel kasama si Howie Severino, alamin pa natin ang iba’t ibang kwento ng mga pet owners at anilang mga alaga.

Makati Dog and Cat Hospital - MDCH

opened in 1963. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Makati Dog and Cat Hospital is one of the oldest veterinary clinic / hospital that caters to the veterinary needs of pets owners not only in Metro Manila but in the entire Philippines.

Philippine Animal Hospital Association, PAHA

Established in 1978 of December. Acknowledging the need for an association to coordinate the activities and represent the interest of veterinary institutions such as veterinary clinics, veterinary hospitals and veterinary diagnostic laboratories, a group of veterinarians formed the Philippine Animal Hospital Association.

Beterinaryo SG

the association of graduates of Veterinary Medicine from the Philippines currently working in Singapore. Its membership comprises Filipino Veterinarians working in various fields.

Beterinaryo SG is an affiliate of the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association.

Video

How to make your dogs happy
September 21, 2017

Coco Alcuaz, a canine behavioral expert talks about what humans should do to keep dogs happy – making them man's best friend for life.

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Sunday in the park with your dog
by Coco Alcuaz September 24, 2017
Amid a boom in pet ownership and pampering – as well as rescuing and neutering dogs and cats – a dog trainer organizes a regular, supervised off-leash dog park.

MyPetFinderPh

We are your #1 pet classified ad listing site. Be a free member of our Philippine Pet Finder website and start listing your classified ads within minutes

Transport of Living Animals, Etc.

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Pet Passport

The Pet Travel Scheme, PETS is a system which allows animals to travel easily between member countries without undergoing quarantine. A Pet Passport is a document that officially records information related to a specific animal, as part of that procedure.

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PetRelocation.com

Our worldwide door-to-door pet transportation services handle every detail involved in planning and implementing safe and compassionate pet shipping for our clients.

Your Pet Transportation Specialists

With over a decade of pet shipping experience, our pet relocation specialists know best how to support you.

Jetpets Animal Transport - The trusted Pet Travel Experts
Philippine Airlines - necessary to know.

PET policy for travel as checked baggage

Laws - codes & Rules - Veterinary, Animals, Cockfighting

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VET Laws in Philippines

Philippine Veterinary Medical Association, PVMA

ANIMAL WELFARE ACT - REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8485
AN ACT TO PROMOTE ANIMAL WELFARE IN THE PHILIPPINES, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS "THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT OF 1998".

Look also: THE ANIMAL WELFARE LAW AS AMENDED (RA 8485 as amended by RA10631) or as pdf HERE

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9147

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE RESOURCES AND THEIR HABITATS, APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

ANIMAL LAW ANIMAL LAW

Lewis & Clark Law School

REPUBLIC ACT No. 9268

The Philippine Veterinary Medicine Act of 2004

AN ACT TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IN THE PHILIPPINES

Look the act HERE

Special Law on Counterfeit Drugs, Republic Act No. 8203

Look RA 8203 as pdf HERE

Look IRR RA 8203 HERE

LAWS ON PHILIPPINE COCKFIGHTING

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 449 - COCKFIGHTING LAW OF 1974 - Look it HERE

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1140 - AMENDING THE COCKFIGHTING LAW OF 1974 - Look it HERE

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1535 - EXTENDING THE PERIOD WITHIN WHICH TO CONFORM WITH THE ZONING REQUIREMENTS, PRESCRIBED BY PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 449 - Look it HERE

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1802 - CREATING THE PHILIPPINE GAMEFOWL COMMISSION - Look it HERE

PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1802-A - AMENDING Section 4 OF PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1802 CREATING THE PHILIPPINE GAMEFOWL COMMISSION - Look it HERE

Postal system, ZipCode, Phone AreaCode - Ect.

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Philippine Postal Corporation

ZIP codes  etc. read also HERE and HERE

Look PHILPOST TELEPHONE DIRECTORY (2006) HERE

Look also about PHLPost HERE and the Videos

Modern Valentine's Day, Love Express
Feb 12 - 13, 2017
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PHLPost Transfiremation
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Letter Writing Advocates
both Aug 10, 2016
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PHLPost Introduces Improved Postal ID
May 2, 2016
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PHLPost Nation Apr 3, 2016
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PHLPost Corporate AVP Dec 16, 2014
Philippine Postal Corporation
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PHLPost Stamp Calendar 2016. Jan 11, 2016
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PHLPost Postal ID
Dahil sa bagong PHLPost Postal ID "Ikaw na ang Kilala"! Sep 27, 2015
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New Postal ID: Things you should know. Jul 7, 2015
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Philately, the Art of Stamp Collecting. Feb 23, 2015

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PhilPost issuing special Pope Francis stamps

Mobile applications (App)

Philippine ZipCode & AreaCode etc.

ZIP CODE AND AREA CODE FOR PROVINCES AND CITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES

COUNTRY CODE

CELLULAR NETWORK PREFIXES

CONTACT ADDRESS AND NUMBERS FOR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Philippine ZIP Codes Directory
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PAPAL VISIT | PhilPost issuing special Pope Francis stamps

The Philippine Postal Corporation will commemorate the Philippines – Vatican City 2014 Joint Issue featuring 2nd year of Pontification of Pope Francis.

Look the video "PhilPost opens papal stamp exhibit"
Bukas na sa publiko ang papal stamp exhibit ng PhilPost tampok ang mga selyo ng mga nakaraang santo papa na dumalaw sa bansa. May nanalo na ring disenyo para sa Pope Francis stamp. Nov 10, 2014

Remark this is an album in the album "Pope visits the Philippines JAN 2015"

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Philpost releases stamps of Independence Day historic landmarks
June 09, 2017
IN OBSERVANCE of Philippine Independence Day on June 12, the Philippine Postal Corporation will release on Monday, four of the prominent and historic landmarks visited during Independence Day celebrations. These are the Jose Rizal National Monument in Rizal Park, Manila; Barasoain Church in Malolos, Bulacan; President Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite; and the Andres Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City.

Look more photos etc.:

Independence Day historic landmarks featured in stamps
June 12, 2017
PHLPost has printed 102,400 copies of the stamps, to be sold at P12 each

Senate Centennial Commemorative Stamp

The Philippine Postal Corporation launches February 4, 2016 the Senate Centennial Commemorative Stamp to mark the 100 years 1916-2016 of the establishment of the Philippine Senate

PHLPost to issue Pia Wurtzbach stamps
April 10, 2016

Pia joins Manny Pacquiao, Gloria Diaz, Margie Moran, and Megan Young as the latest 'living legend' to have her own stamp

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PHLPost Stamps: Living Legends. Dec 2, 2015

Phlpost issues Ferdinand Marcos birth centennial stamps
by Agence France-Presse October 27, 2017

Netizens are outraged over a commemorative stamp showing a smiling Marcos with his signature and the words "Birth Centenary," which was issued to mark the centenary of his birth on September 11
It comes after President Rodrigo Duterte allowed the dictator's body to be buried in the national "Heroes' Cemetery" (Libingan ng Mga Bayani) in November despite his lengthy record of abuse and corruption.
Duterte, an ally of the Marcos family, has been accused of whitewashing the late dictator's career.

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We have surrendered!

So MUCH are going on in this "horrifying deadly soap opera - with Nepotism - without Human Rights" - changing politics - authorities of - on.... where the 'Paranoid' President Duterte hit for eyeing revolutionary gov't and tells and next a spokesman tells are wrong - misunderstood etc. and fight between the president, members of the government, senate, congress, witnesses and convicts in e.g. hearings etc. .... and FAKE NEWS etc. for supporting the Duterte government.

There are so much going on, so we can't no longer be updated of these "fights" - "changings" and about a "No statesman" ("The NEW Hitler"?) -  supported of the Marcoses, and where even his family is implicated in serious cases about smuggling shabu.

Now this wonderfull country is 'breeding ground for terrorists'

aboutphilippines.ph fears that the "No statesman" will give away our wonderfull country and forget all the countries, who always have supported our country! Look the examples here Pres. Rodrigo R. Duterte vs US - UN & EU

AND aboutphilippines.ph just ask: How can we trust Philippine National Police - PNP?

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Have a "Stay" or Live, Retire, Be an expat
Postal system, ZipCode, Phone AreaCode - Ect.
HELP to locate missing children - friends etc.
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Disasters
WARNINGS & GUIDES about Disasters, Disaster preparedness and Recovery
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Climate
Climate - Weather - Climate change - Met-forecast etc.
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Progress - Poverty
Poverty, Progress and Development
IMPORTANT to look
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Catholic Church
The Roman Catholic Church in the Philippine culture
"The Church", churches, massschedules, history
Music - Songs - Hymns for all occasions, Church Choirs and Organs - etc.
Monasteries, Abbeys etc.
Study Catholic theology - liturgy etc.
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Catholic Church - liturgy - Saints - etc. and St. Niño de Cebu
Liturgy, Bibles, Catechism, Blessings, Prayers, Sacraments - also in different languages of the Philippines
Baptism - First Communion and Confirmation (The first 3 Sacraments)
Filipino Saints, Blesseds & Servants of God, Patrons, Patronesses: Life, History, Hymns & Orders
St. Niño de Cebu, Basilica del Santo Niño - Etc. and the festivals: Sinulog and Kaplag
Catholic culture about Death, Wake, Funeral, Burial, Cremation & Mourning
Our Heritage and the Departed:  Cemeteries - Etc.
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Church & religious leaders vs Malacañang
e.g. about: Drug killings, Extrajudicial killings, Death penalty, Duterte admin, #WalkForLifePH - Etc.
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Holidays
Regular holidays and Special non-working days - Culture, Rituals, Traditions in the family, the church etc.
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Vatican
The Pope and the Vatican
The Pope's statements on family - etc.
Vatican's Commission for the Protection of Minors
Investigation of sexual abuse of minors to face Church judgement.
Papal Visit Philippines 2015
Masses, messages and Blessings - examples
Etc.
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Culture
The Philippine Flag, Evolution, Flag days, National Symbols and Independence day
Philippine Culture general & Cultural heritage, Religions - etc.
Elderly Care - Retirement and Laws - Rights - etc.
Etiquette, Customs, Protocol, Do's and Don't's
Attire and Etiquette in the church and in the cemetery
Filipino table manners, etiquette and Dining and Drinking Tutorials - Etc.
WEB Etiquette - Social Media - Etc.
Whistleblowing
Dating, Courtship, Wedding, Rituals & Marriage, Monogamy, Polygamy, Divorce, Live-in relationship
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Religious beliefs
Religions - outside the Catholic Church - and Atheism
Muslim culture general and laws
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Sexuality
Sexuality, Sex Education, Family planning, Pregnancy, Abortion and Birth - Etc.
Maternity services - etc. & Fertility Centers
Circumcision
Open relationships, LGBT, Slut shaming, One-night stands - Etc.
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Culture - etc.
Babaylan culture, Healers and Healing
Mythology, Legends, Fables, Folktales, Beliefs, Superstitions
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Languages
Filipino - Tagalog - Cebuano - Hiligaynon (Ilonggo) - Chabacano varieties and many more
Dictionaries and lessons to learn the languages.
Traditional and Indigenous Literature - Libraries, Writers, Books, Novels - Etc.
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Architecture
Indigenous, Ancient, Colonial and Famous Architectural Heritage - etc.
Buy, rent, build present houses, property
Etc. architecture e.g. bridges, lighthouses, Etc.
Laws - Real Estate, Property rights, Building, Housing, Power supply, Fire etc.
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Dictatorship
Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos, Sr.
President - Dictator - Martial Law - Etc.
Burying Marcos in Libingan ng mga Bayani - 'Heroes' Cemetery?
Never Again - Marcos is NOT a hero
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Heritage
History, Heritage, "Philippine Refugee Centers" and the refugees "The Boat People"
Historical Places, Landmarks
Heritage Ancient Death, Funeral, Burial and the Dead
Historical Fortifications, Cebu Heritage
Martial Law and The People Power Revolution, the EDSA Revolution
The Spanish Era
Ancient Dynasties - Kingdoms and Sultanates of Pre-Colonial Philippines and much more
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Museums
Museums - Etc.
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Balikbayan
Being a Balikbayan - Getting a filipino Worker - Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) - Who is Balikbayan
Being - getting a filipina - filipino Au-pair, Maid, Housekeeper, Worker and Agencies
Think of what your relatives will say, if you will be a BALIKBAYAN
Balikbayan boxes and Door to door service
Laws about OFWs, Balikbayan, Passport, Immigration
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Groups
Ethnic, Indigenous and Tribal Filipino Groups
Culture, which - where and MUCH more
Indigenous - Ethnic - Etc. culture in provinces about Death, Funeral, Burial, Mourning and the Dead
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Health
Infomercials about having - keeping a good health - life
Authorities - Etc.
Special Infomercials about AIDS and HIV and
about heat stroke, tropical diseases and after disasters
Hospitals, Doctors and Health Practitioners etc.
Home care service
Hospice - palliative care service
Depression can insult in suicide
Dentists and Plastic Surgery
Traditional and Alternative Health Care - Alternative medicine
Alternative Medicine Practitioners and Clinics Etc.
Medicinal and Natural Cure Plants - Herbal medicine
Health centre e.g. holistic healing and wellness Spa
Health Insurance etc.
Vaccination - Vaccines - Medicine - Etc.
Organ Trafficking
Health Care - Etc.
Health, Disability & Medical Associations, Coalitions, Societies, Etc.
Study Medicine, Midwifery, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Etc.
Abuse addiction, Drug trafficking, Rehabilitation, Laws, Prevention, Education, Informations, Etc.
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PWD
For and about Persons with Disabilities (PWD)
Disability system – general, Authorities, Laws, Education, Organizations, and Etc. for - and about the life with disability & “Deaf and Blind cultures” Education, FLS and Braille Languages
Internet - telephone - Apps - etc. for deaf and blind - etc.
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Folklore
Filipino Folklore, Festivals & Events, Costumes, Dresses, Footwear, etc.
Death, the Dead, Wake, Funeral, Burial, Mourning, Beliefs, Rituals, etc. & Myths about it
"Filipino Traditions" e.g. Birthdays, general & "The Debutante", Games, etc.
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Arts & Crafts
Arts e.g. Introduction, Painters, Bodypainters, Muralists, Sculptors, Ceramic artists, Woodcarvers, etc. and their works, Theater, Film, Design, Art galleries, Art Education - etc.
Crafts - Weaving, Textiles, Bamboo, Shells, Pearls and Jewelry.
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Music - Songs - Dances
The National Anthem of the Philippines, Lupang Hinirang - Chosen Land, music, notes, videos and text
Traditional and Ethnic Dances
Musical Instruments, Organs, Music, Songs, Opera, Choirs and Ensembles
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Nature
Nature, Environment and Ancestral domains general, Authorities, Laws
Fauna & Flora, Fruits, Farming, Forests, Forestry, etc.
Mining
Environment education: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries etc.
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Animals
Animals general, Veterinarians, Import - Export, Transport of Animals, Pet-animals, Etc.
Laws, Organizations and Study veterinary medicine
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Great Places
Great Places and their traditions to Visit
National parks (nature and marine), Landscapes, Lakes, Rivers, Waterfalls, Dams, Caves, Mountains, Volcanoes, Reefs, etc.
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Tourism
Tourism e.g.: Great Places to see, Eco, Disability, Medical, DOs & DONTs, Travel Guides, Airport bus service, Where to stay, Booking agencies, More Activities to do, Etc. - Tourism educations - Institutes, Schools etc. of Tourism
Activities to do as tourist AND for education e.g. Cruises - and River Cruises - sports - fun - relaxing
and MUCH more
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Business
Doing Business in, Import to, Export from, Investment in and Outsourcing to the Philippines
Business and Management Education
Import - Export of Animals and Plants, Transport of Living animals e.g. Pets, Etc.
Banks - bank business, Peso Bills & Coins, Currency, SWIFT codes, Loan Sharks and informations
Insurances
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Water supply
Water supply, Safe Water to All and Sanitation
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Garbage
Live by Garbage
Garbage Dump, Wastes, Sanitary Landfills, Etc.
Composting
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Food
Filipino food culture and "Street Food Culture" and many Recipes
Seafood - Etc. and Recipes
Desserts
Bread, Cakes
Candy
Juice
Recipes for Vegetarians, Diabetes & Renal/Kidney Patients
Study Food, Nutrition and Culinary Arts etc.
Study Wine in the Philippines
Hot drinks
Alcoholic drinks e.g. Drinks - Wine, Beer and breweries - etc.
NonAlcoholic Beverages e.g. Juice - etc.
Filipino table manners, etiquette and Dining & Drinking Tutorials - Etc.
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Shopping - Etc.
Malls, Sari-sari stores and Markets - stalls - culture
Where to Eat - and - Romantic date destinations
Restaurants, Diners, Grills, Buffets, Cafés - Etc.
Be a Consumer, Consumer Rights – Laws & Organizations
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Luzviminda
The Philippine territory, Administrative divisions, Regions, Provinces - some Cities - Cebu Province "Special" - Etc.
Charter Change? - Federalism in PH - Pros and cons of federalism - Etc.
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Human Rights
Human Rights in the Philippines and for filipinos abroad
Human trafficking, Child Prostitution and Pornography, Etc.
Organ Trafficking
Child Labor
NO to SHARIA
Crisis Centers - where to seek, where to get HELP
Informations - Help to locate missing persons
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Death penalty
Death Penalty
Might be on death row - IF...
OFWs on death row - abroad
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Transport
Transport systems - Laws
Transport around in and to the Philippines - Etc.
Freight - Package, Door to door service
Shipping and Forwarding agents
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Heritage Transport
Heritage of Transportation: Railway systems, Tramway systems, Maritime
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Laws
Information about "Court system, Laws, etc."
Constitution, Citizenship, Authorities
State of lawlessness
Negros Island Region - NIR, Executive Order No. 183
Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), Proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law
Indigenous, Ethnic People, Muslim Laws, Codes, Rules
Disaster risk reduction and management
Civil, Family, Marriage, Divorce, Retirement, Social Law, Funeral, Inheritance
Children, Youth, Adoption, Children in Armed Conflict
Health, Medicine, Disability, Food, Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs
Human Rights, Privacy
Human trafficking, Sex tourism, Sex slavery, Prostitution, Sexual Harassment, Violence
Education, Work, Labor
Culture, Heritage, Art, Public Holidays, Amateur Sport
Penal, Criminal Law, Deportation of Aliens
Media, Internet Laws, Cyber Crime law, Communication
Tourism, Business, Import, Export, Consumers´ Rights - Etc.
Money, Banks, Financing Companies, Negotiable Instruments
Graft, Plunder, Usury, Interest rate
Traffic, Motor Vehicles, “Philippine Lemon Law”, Unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs)
Environment, Garbage, Waste
Agriculture, Fisheries, Aquatic Resources
Corporations
Insurance
Firearms, Firecrackers, Pyrotechnic devices
Filipino World War II Veterans
Statistical laws
Different law sites and Organizations
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Children
Filipino Children Culture
General information & authorities
Early Marriage, Children’s Shelter, Orphanages, Asylums for abandoned & street children
Adoption of a Philippine child
Help to locate missing children etc.
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Youth
Filipino Youth Culture - Etc.
Amerasians - Forgotten Filipino-American Children - Youth
Swardspeak, Jejemon, Jeproks - etc.
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Education
Education general, authorities, organizations
Links about many kinds of educations
Laws - Codes - Rules, Regulations and Rights - Abuse
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Educational Institutions - Etc.
also international, exchange & abroad, etc.
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Education etc. for Indigenous and etc. groups
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Media
FOI - Freedom of Information
Social Media - Facebook and their "dictatorship"
Telephone & Internet systems, Laws, Cyber Crime, Abuse
Web-Safety, Etiquette for parents & kids
Cyber Scam, Bullying & Identity theft
Computer addiction, Etc.
Technology
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Media - etc.
Radio, TV, Newspapers, Journalism, Etc.
Blogging - Bloggers - Ethics - Etc.
The Presidential Communications Operations Office - PCOO with:
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
Assistant Communications Secretary Mocha Uson  
Examples of FAKE NEWS etc. for supporting the Duterte government
IMPORTANT about Media Killings - etc.
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Organizations (this page)
Filipino Organizations and Networks - general
Nature and environment organizations, Etc.
Sports Organizations - Etc.
Boy and Girl Scouts
Labor Unions Etc.
More about Non-Government Organizations - NGO
Filipino Organizations and Forums - Worldwide
Volunteer - Organization
Expats organizations and forums, etc.
Motor, Automobile Association, Motorbike clubs, Etc.
Lodges - etc.
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Videos - About Philippines
VideoStation - The IMPORTANT appendix to all subject-pages with photos and videos.
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The Three Branches' structure of the Government - Etc.
Political parties
Political Dynasties - Families
Elections, general - Electoral violence - Democracy - etc.
Elections, Voting, Combatting vote-selling, Etc.
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The President - Vice President
Their politics - "The Duterte administration - The Soap opera"
SONA: State of the Nation Address - Etc.
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Foreign Policy - etc.
The Philippines (Pres. Rodrigo R. Duterte) vs US - UN & EU etc.
Cases about Baselines of the Territorial Sea of the Philippines
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Courts e.g. about
Court and Justice system and Study laws
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Ombudsman
Ombudsman of the Philippines
Duterte vs Ombudsman - etc.
Environmental Ombudsman
Ombudsman vs Massacres
Ombudsman for Children
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Terrorism
Terrorism - Child soldiers - Private armies - Kidnapping - Etc.
Peace Talks - Bangsamoro Basic Law
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Crimes
Crimes - Etc. e.g.:
Organized crime, syndicates, 'Gangs'
Money Laundering and laws against Money Laundering
Graft, Corruption and Bribery
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