SUBMITTED BY GROUP 2
Abao, Melissa Jean A.
Aben, Abigail B.
Ambeguia, Ariane Joy C.
Aar, Ma. Leofe G.
Jolina F. Camartin
Faith S. Daguino
Chloe Jill L. Martinez
Ma. Carmina Luzcelle Moreno
Karren Joy D. Napal
Joanne G. Natural
Kristine Leigh Olea
III. PRESENT STATUS OF THE STUDY
According to Corruption Perception Index (CPI), the Philippines placed 6 th out of
11 Asian corrupted countries. There are a lot of government agencies in the Philipine
Country including officials, commu
Corruption has been a dominant problem in our country since different cases of
graft and corruption was reported. Despite of seriousness of the problem, the
government seems to show no sense of urgency to fight it. Though many anti-graft and
When decisions are made by personal interest and gains rather than by the
public improvements, when the people who are in authority didnt do their jobs, when
they abusive their powers, when they waste their times by chatting, and going home
II. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Trading is one of the oldest activities in our society with a lot of issues and
problems but still survived and developed. The number of customs officers and customs
houses reflects the progress a
Corruption may be difficult to describe but generally not difficult to recognize.
Corruption is prevalent in the Philippine society. It can be seen in the government and
even in the different institutions that comprises the society. "Graft
Marcos jewels used to tackle Philippines corruption
A "virtual exhibit" of jewellery once owned by former first lady Imelda Marcos is
being used as an anti-corruption campaign in the Philippines. The jewels were seized
by US Customs in 1986 when
Cooperative Learning with the Computer
The Software as an Educational resource
Moreno, Ma. Carmina Luzcelle R.
Soliman, Ayesa Jane
Ventura, Ada Joy
Prof. Mabel Besmonte
POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Sta. Mesa, Manila
2. Neilwen Lipon
3. Marinel Dela Vega
4. Angelica Balmes
5. Sarah Pelos
6. Kezia A