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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Philippines, No. 8 all over the world as Terrorist HotSpot!?

Padami daw ng padami ang bilang ng mga namamatay dahil sa mga pag-aatake ng mga terorista, ayun sa ranking report na isinagawa ng Maplecroft.

Ang mga bansa na extreme risk ayun sa kanila ay ang mga sumusunod:Iraq
Afghanistan
Pakistan
Somalia
Yemen
Syria
Philippines
Lebanon
Libya
Colombia
Kenya




Maplecroft's Terrorism and Security Dashboard found:
  • Twelve countries are classed as "extreme risk"; Iraq topped the list, followed by Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Libya.
  • It also includes the growth economies of Nigeria, the Philippines, Colombia and Kenya.
  • Iraq, rated as the highest risk country, recorded more than three times as many acts of terrorism as Pakistan with 3,158 attacks resulting in 5,929 deaths - an increase of 2,188 on the previous year.
  • In Nigeria, the campaign of violence by Islamic militant group Boko Haram saw the country record the highest number of fatalities per attack, resulting in 3,477 killed - an average of 24 people killed per attack, compared to two deaths per attack in Iraq.
“Investor confidence in key sectors, including tourism and oil and gas, has been hurt,” Jordan Perry, a political risk analyst at Maplecroft, said in a statement, referring to turmoil in Libya, Kenya and Egypt. “When faced with rising security costs and decreasing safety for their personnel, companies can, and do, reconsider their country-level commitments.”

The report says investors may also want to monitor activity in Nigeria, the Philippines, Colombia and Kenya, all high-growth economies that fall into the “extreme risk” category.


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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Mayor Rodrigo Duterte: You Will Regret it if I Become President of the Philippines



Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is saying that the people will regret it if he decided to run and win as Philippine president.
MAYOR DUTERTE: MAGSISISI KAYO KUNG AKO ANG MAGIGING PRESIDENTE! 

Anchorwoman: Now because of the Senate Hearing, lumakas na ang panawagan na ikaw ay tatakbong pagkapangulo ngayong 2016 na election?

Mayor Duterte: Kayong mga taga Davao at kayong mga Pilipino, makinig kayo ha. Sinabi ko na dati, at sinasabi ko ulit for the nth time dito: Hindi ako interesado na maging Presidente, hindi ako qualified, di ko gusto, wala akong makukuha dyan. Ngayon, mananatili akong mayor,o  kung ayaw na ninyo sa akin, bababa ako, o kung hindi na kaya ng aking katawan, bababa ako sa pagkamayor.

Wala akong interes sa pagiging presidente. Hindi ako qualified, hindi rin ako interesado. So i hope that, you know, yang mga naglalaro ng pangalan ko dyan sa pagiging presidente, Stop it! I'm pleading to you to stop it. 

Anchorwoman: Aside sa mga lumabas na mga grupo na nananawagan na ikaw ay tumakbo, meron na bang lumapit sayo na mga influential people for you, or convincing you na tatakbo lalo na ang mga politiko.

Mayor Duterte: (Ayan na naman) Wala! Di rin naman ako mageentertain ng mga kwento kwento. Sasabihin ko naman na *******. I just treat it nonchalant. Hindi bagay sa atin yan. 

Hindi naman talaga bagay, bakit ako magiging presidente? Bakit ako magiging presidente, magtratrabaho ako? tapos ipapakulong ninyo ako? Saan man yan sila papunta, di ba sa kulungan?

Dalawang pangulo na ang nakulong. Gagawin ninyo akong ex convict?

Pagkatapos, kung ako ang inyong magiging pangulo... Kung! Kung may milagro na ako ang inyong magiging pangulo, magsisisi kayong lahat!

Anchorwoman: Bakit naman?

Mayor Duterte: Ah sus ginoo.

Anchorwoman: Papatayin mo lahat?

Mayor Duterte: Basta magsisisi kayong lahat!
Sasabihin niyo pang: buti pa sanang di **************
>>> Yang Custom, ipapasara ko yan! Sasabihin nila, sir madami ng barko, sasabihin ko, ah ang laki ng dagat, parking kayo dyan lahat!



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Monday, July 21, 2014

BREAKING NEWS: Now Mandatory for First Timer to Take Up Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar Online (PEOS) of POEA with Certificate

PEOS Online is FREE OF CHARGE. Report to POEA any person, entity or recruitment agency charging any fee for its use.

CHOOSE YOUR MODULE: CLICK YOUR CATEGORY
PROFESSIONAL SKILL or HOUSEHOLD SERVICE WORKERS?

Visit and follow how to SIGN UP in POEA PEOS Study Online 

This is mandatory for first time overseas workers. Do you know that you can take up and study for FREE via ONLINE now your Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar from POEA? And after you finish the online course and passed the short quizzes, you can download or print your PEOS Certificate? 

Photo: Today, DOLE Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz launched the POEA-Jobstreet.com "Online Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS)" at www.peos.poea.gov.ph

The PEOS, in 8 educational modules, aims to inform intending OFWs about the realities and risks of overseas employment. The objective is to help Filipinos arrive at an informed judgment about working overseas.

Realities such as working in completely foreign climates, cultures, and work environments are made clear, thereby dispelling the notion that life abroad is a bed of roses. 

Sec Baldoz (photo) became the first Online PEOS registrant and recipient of the Certificate of Seminar Completion print-out.

Thank you, Jobstreet.com, for the strong partnership, help and support! 

Tara na, online PEOS na!
From the POEA Administrator Facebook status: 

"Today, DOLE Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz launched the POEA-Jobstreet.com "Online Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS)" at www.peos.poea.gov.ph

The PEOS, in 8 educational modules, aims to inform intending OFWs about the realities and risks of overseas employment. The objective is to help Filipinos arrive at an informed judgment about working overseas.

Realities such as working in completely foreign climates, cultures, and work environments are made clear, thereby dispelling the notion that life abroad is a bed of roses.

Sec Baldoz (photo) became the first Online PEOS registrant and recipient of the Certificate of Seminar Completion print-out.

Thank you, Jobstreet.com, for the strong partnership, help and support!

Tara na, online PEOS na!" - POEA Administrator, 
Hans Leo J. Cacdac



Here are the modules of the courses after successful sign-up. You can start your study online, take the test after each module, and after several hours or days, depending on your speed and if you passed the tests, you can download and print automatically your PEOS certificate

(Ito ang mga mapag-aaralan pagkatapos ng successful sign up. Pwede na ninyong umpisahan ang pag-aaral, kumuha ng test bawat module, at pagkatapos ng ilang oras o araw, pag nakapasa ay mapriprint na ninyo ng automatic ang inyong PEOS Certificate ng Libre.)
PEOS Learning Modules

1
Contains general information about concerns when working overseas such as physical mobility, relationships, income & expenses, career movement & direction, environment, skill set, and time. 


2
MODULE 2 - JOB SEARCH 
Contains specific information on the various application channels for overseas jobs, document requirements, and the importance of having 
an Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC).



3
MODULE 3 - FOREWARNED, FOREARMED 
Contains information on precautionary measures for illegal recruitment and various forms of illegal recruitment


4
MODULE 4 - GET THE PRICES RIGHT! 
Contains a list of required fees for pre-departure including placement fee rulings as well as government-mandated fees.





5
MODULE 5 - SEAL THE DEAL 
Contains a list of required fees for pre-departure including placement fee rulings as well as government-mandated fees.



6
MODULE 6 - GET COUNTRY COZY! 
Continue to keep your options open; get to know more about the country you are interested in -  know the climate, food, dress code, general lifestyle, flying time from the Philippines, major religion, currency and currency exchange, presence of Philippine embassy or Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO).


7


MODULE 7 - STAYING HEALTHY AND KEEPING SAFE 
Contains information about the top security and health risks that Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) may encounter.



8
MODULE 8 - POEA - CARING ALL THE WAY 
Directory of the POEA regional offices and extension units.


9
Print PEOS Certificate of Completion 
Completion of the modules will unlock the link to printing your Certificate of Completion.















































































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Saturday, July 19, 2014

50 Simple Things That Can Make Your Life Easier

50 Simple Things That Can Make Your Life Easier

All images are from the internet.

Some of the things that you can save time, money and energy, and will make life a little easier. 



Cribs that was outgrown by kids can be used as kids table for eating and studying




Use paper clips at the end of the tape.


Put a rubber band 
around the paint can, you can use it to wipe the brush to avoid spillage. 


Easy way to clean a blender, blend it with dish washing soap.


You can use two bowls inside the microwave to save energy.



Use as phone holder the old cassette tape case.




















































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