Gomer

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Name: Hazim Gomer Pangod
Date registered: September 20, 2010
URL: http://www.sadanga.wordpress.com

Latest posts

  1. Training Budding Entrepreneurs — October 12, 2010
  2. Operation Linis Kontra Dengue — September 20, 2010
  3. KALINGA TRIBES OPTING FOR PEACE IN BAGUIO — September 20, 2010
  4. GLOBAL STAND AGAINST POVERTY IN BAGUIO — September 20, 2010

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Oct 12

Training Budding Entrepreneurs

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By: Hazel Noel M. Balokey To help young students become good entrepreneurs, a two day training on starting a business and managing the business was conducted at the Mountain Province General Comprehensive High School. Twenty-eight members of the YECS organization (YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR AND COOPERATIVISM IN SCHOOL) joined the school based activity on September 10-11, 2010. …

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Sep 20

Operation Linis Kontra Dengue

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By: Pao Depalog Tumapang CRIMINOLOGY STUDENT? No he is not. He is a high school student participating in the Operation Linis Kontra Dengue conducted on September 12, 2010 at Poblacion, and the Chico river bank in Bontoc, Mountain Province. The clean-up drive is a project of the Municipal SK Federation and Barangay Poblacion of this …

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Sep 20

KALINGA TRIBES OPTING FOR PEACE IN BAGUIO

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com Baguio City. The various Kalinga groups in Baguio City recently convened this week to address an issue threatening the peace of all Kalinga tribes residing in the city. The Kalinga Organization of Baguio and Benguet headed by Samuel Bumangil and other prominent leaders and the Lobo Organization here all …

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Sep 20

GLOBAL STAND AGAINST POVERTY IN BAGUIO

STAND UP AGAINST POVERTY

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com The 2015 deadline set by the 192 member states making up the United Nations to reach the agreed eight (8) key goalsĀ  to eradicate poverty is fast approaching. The making of these goals and the approval was historic, making it the very first time nations moved in unison to …

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