anu po ba *** 8 programang ipinapatupad ni Gloria Arroyo?
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anu po ba *** 8 programang ipinapatupad ni Gloria Arroyo?
To answer your query, I researched because I want to know too, here are the 8 programs of PGMA based on a news article posted at http://www.gov.ph/news/?i=17463.PGMA's "8 by 08" agenda to bolster RP's economic growth - Palace
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2007 | GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT
Malacanang expressed appreciation today over the Asian Development Bank’s projection of a "positive growth track" for the Philippines, even as it stressed that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s "8 by 08" social payback agenda would further grow the country’s economy.
The Manila-based multi-lateral lender stated in its Asian Development Outlook 2007 that a key challenge for the Philippines is to move for a higher growth trajectory and create more stable, high-paying jobs.
"We take note of the ADB observation on the specter of unemployment and underemployment, and we are putting our 8 by 08 social payback drive to pull in more investments and create well-paying, stable jobs," Press Secretary and concurrent Presidential Spokesperson Ignacio R. Bunye said.
The President’s "8 by 08" agenda include projects and programs designed to attract more investors through the development of the country’s five super regions by investing in needed infrastructure, education and health facilities.
With the development of adequate infrastructure and related facilities, it is expected that these regions will be more attractive to investors and thus spur development in the entire country.
Bunye said that although the government’s economic growth projections of 6.1 to 6.7 percent for this year are "higher" than ADB’s 5.4 percent, both share a "common confidence in the Philippines’ ability to grow on the back of a strong and steady economic reform agenda."
He stressed that President Arroyo remains focused on further growing the economy, sustaining political stability and increasing the social dividends of growth as the world "continues to be upbeat on the Philippines."
Bunye added that the upcoming May 14 elections would boost the international financial community’s confidence on the Philippines to "new heights" and that "growth will follow the trend."
The ADB has projected that the Philippine economy is likely to grow this year at the same pace as in 2006. Last year’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew 5.4 percent.
The five super regions are the North Luzon Agribusiness Quadrangle, the Metro Urban Beltway, Central Philippines as the Tourism Center, Mindanao as the Agribusiness Center in the South and the Cyber Corridor that cuts across the four other super regions.
The 8 goals for '08 as shown on TV.
1. job creation
2. better cost of living
3. a strong peso
4. more investments
5. pro-poor education
6. pro-poor healthcare, housing, food
7. green Philippines
I've seen this ad on TV. In fairness to this administration, it continues to innovate and provide new goals and plans for the people each year. With such list, I'd like to say they are achievable by 2008. If only there will be less political mockery, then it will help.
It will be better if instead of politicking, they will just cooperate to achieve these goals. After all, these are for the benefit of the people.
Yes, a lot needs to be done and it will take coordinated efforts of all concerned for the Phil. to move forward.
There is a thread here on national unity. It's really what we need , starting with the executive and legislative bodies.
wala bang anti cheaters sa program?
^meron, si gloria mo.
wala bang anti chihuahua sa program?
^ Uh, yung No. 1 e sa Metro Manila, Cebu at Calabarzon palang, sa labas e kulang pa.
So far sa kin 3, 4 at 8 palang ang nakukumpleto.
no. 1- ang daming unemploy na pilipino ngayon at walang opportunity sa mga new graduates.
no. 2- sa taas ng bilihin ngayon hirap ang ordinaryong pinoy especially ang pesante at manggagawa na maka c0pe-up sa buhay.
n0. 3- hanggang propaganda lang ang paglaks diumano ng piso. pero di ramdam ng nakararaming pinoy. actually ang depreciation ng piso ang ramdam natin.
no. 4-investment???????? hmmmm.... sell-out ng national patrimony sa dayuhan.
no. 5- ang liit ng budget sa education..... ang UP na pipinagpipitagan nating paaralan ay nag-increase ng 300% sa matrikula. di natin maitatanggi na ang karamihan sa universities noong nakaraan ay tumaas ang matrikula.
no. 6- healthcare pumunta ka sa PGH at orthopedic para malaman mo ang sitwasyon ng mga kababayan natin na may sakit. ilan na bang kabahayan ang dinemolis sa ilalim ng regime ni gloria. at food ba kamo.... panoorin nyo na lang *** isang episode ng correspondent na may title na kagutuman... sa ormoc, leyte nababaliw ang mga pinoy dahil walang makain kahit sila ang nagpapakahirap sa pagbubungkal ng lupa. feudalism ang tawag dun!
n0. 7- green philippines! ang tindi ng pollution at illegal logging sa tin sa pangunguna pa mismo ng mga alipores ni gloria example niyan ay si pichay..
n0. 8- state terrorism ang nagyayari sa tin. estado mismo sa udyok ng US ang nagpapakalat ng isterya "kontra-terorismo"!
kaya lahat ng 8 program na pinagmamalaki ni gma ay kabalintunaan!
On no 6. for public healthcare,there's the Botika ng Bayan. (This one is open to private business. The sister-in-law of my friend just opened one). We also see the DOH announcing from time to time "Patak" or free immunization of infants/kids
For housing, Pag-Ibig has been lowering the housing loan rates. Under the VP de Castro are housing programs.
For food, I hear about rolling stores but I've not seen one.
Still, many are poor. A lot more have to be done.
Paano magkakatrabaho eh walang skills? Tamad mag-aral?
Di kamo makapag-aral dahil sa kahirapan? Kahirapan ng pera o kahirapan ng utak?
Meron ngang Computer Engr graduate, employee ngayon ng Accenture, nakatapos ng kurso na nag-aaral sa araw, nagtatrabaho sa Jollibee ng gabi. Matagal nga lang nakatapos pero maganda naman ang estado ngayon. May Vios at bahay sa Dasmariñas Cavite. Lumulusong sa baha. Naglalakad sa init at ulan. Sumasabit sa jeep. Walang alak, walang sigarilyo. Nagtitipid ng kinikita para pambayad sa tuition fees, pambili ng libro.
Di pwedeng Señorito. Kailangan, magbanat ng buto.
^Agreed. The gov't is the enabler by implementing programs.
As I said in my post no.5 , it will take the coordinated efforts of all concerned for the Phil. to move forward, and that includes the citizenry.
taliwas sa iniisip mo na dapat gawin ng pinas. hijo ang pinas ay neocolony ng US na nagpapabansot sa develepment natin. kontrolado ng dayuhan ang political at economic affairs natin. kaya kung namrublema ang US tuwirang apektado tayo.
review ka pa ha... ang babaw ng rationale mo e.... lumalabas ang naturalesa ng pagiging amateur at kabobohan ba tawag dun... bwahahahaa........
at si greenwitch umepal na namn ang mokong na to! nilampaso ko na ng ilang beses ang kum@g na to hehehehe...... kaya wala nang ibang masabi.