September 24, 2009

Creative solutions to society's problems?

To improve our employment statistics, pinalitan ang definition ng unemployed nung 2005 para maalis sa unemployed ang mga hindi active na naghahanap ng trabaho. To improve our poverty statistics, ipinako ang poverty threshold nung 2008 sa P10,000 monthly income for a family of five.

To improve our completion rates sa mga schools,ibababa sa 67% ang passing mula 75%. Ngayon naman, to improve our classroom shortage statistics, babawasan ang oras sa mga subjects sa klase.

Baka gusto na rin nilang bawasan from 3 complete meals to 2 complete meals a day ang standard para mabawasan ang nagugutom sa Pilipinas.

7 comments:

chicomachine said...

sira ulo talaga ang pamahalaan. hahahaha! tapos, sa susunod, to also improve the poverty statistics, ibinaba na nila na ang threshold na may masilungan lang, bahay na, para di na masabing "walang matirahan yung iba." a likely story. wtf.

Somnolent Dyarista said...

Thumb up!

di lang ako masyadong maka-relate sa stats.

hehehe

siyetehan said...

that's sugar coating at its finest

mine said...

Dear Paeng,

My name is Jasmine Ferrer, a research assistant for the study, "Filipino blogging and political participation," an independent research funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Canada through its Strengthening ICT Research Capacity in Asia (SIRCA) grant program. A component of this study aims to: (1) look into the motivation of Filipinos for reading political blogs; (2) determine if and how Filipino political blog readers participate in politics, offline or online; and (3) examine whether reading political blogs have affected the nature and level of their political participation.

We'd like to request your participation as one of the survey respondents for this study. If you're interested to participate, please provide us your email address so we can send you the survey form in Word file. Feel free to send questions/clarifications to the principal researcher, Ms. Mary Grace P. Mirandilla at mg.mirandilla@gmail.com or at mpmirandilla1@up.edu.ph. To learn more about her work, visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/gracemirandilla. Info about the SIRCA grant program can be found at http://www.sirca.org.sg/.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Jasmine Ferrer

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