Ppt on road accidents in the philippines

Plan To Reduce Road Trauma and Congestion on Thailands Roads A Win Win Situation.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES (22 November 2004) - If Southeast Asian nations dont start taking road safety seriously, there will be 385,000 road deaths and 24 million injuries in the next five years, incurring more than US$88 billion in economic losses/road safety in the region," says Charles Melhuish, ADBs Lead Transport Sector Specialist.The percentage of GDP lost annually through road accidents ranges from 0.5% in Singapore to 3.21% in Cambodia, averaging out at 2.23% for the region. Indonesia loses the most in/


Dams in Developing Nations. Introduction Definition: structure built across a stream, river, or estuary to retain water (or debris)

the destruction of public infrastructure Road built, no power line, and no Asurini compensation Brazil - Tucuruí Dam Socio-Economic Impact –Increase in: Malaria, schistosomiasis, etc, Industrial accidents, Alcoholism Sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS –Infant mortality in the /silt build-up –Decreased nutrient levels downstream Case Studies San Marcelino Dam - Philippines Climate: tropical marine –northeast monsoon (November to April); –southwest monsoon (May to October) Terrain: –mostly/


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in the world. English has become the international language of science _____ medicine. English is the major foreign language _________(teach) in most schools in South America and Europe. School children in the Philippines and Japan begin learning English ___ an early age. English is the official language of more than seventy-five countries. In/I had a traffic accident ___ the way to the coffee shop and I am in hospital now.” on hearing this, Alice set off to the hospital at once. that on in a led its /


Philippine Literature

apologies for his misdeeds.   K. THE AWIT and the CORRIDO. Some use these two interchangeably because distinction is not clear.    Exercises 1. The first spanish governor-general in the Philippines. 2-3 What are the changes occured in the lives of the Filipinos during the Spanish Period? 4. The first Filipino Alphabet. 5. This was the first book printed in the Philippines in 1593 in xylography. 6. This is a book about the life and sufferings of Jesus Christ/


Mr. Shane Wright, Executive Director,

– Shipping, Air, Road, Rail Environmental risk sensitive analysis Scenario mapping Tragedy of the commons Legal processes that do not allow risk transfer Ownership accountability Plans for the management of emergencies Best /Accident Prevention and Preparedness – Philippines and Cambodia (2009/2010) and Sri Lanka (2013) ADPC was a technical support partner for all of the above 3 country projects. UNEP’s Awareness and Preparedness of Emergencies at Local Level (APELL) – First APELL Center was established in/


Asian Energy and Environmental Policy: Promoting Growth while Preserving the Environment ZhongXiang Zhang 张中祥 Senior Fellow, Ph.D in Economics East-West.

Indonesia’s PROPER program with slight modifications, the Philippines introduced the EcoWatch program in 1997, and China introduced the Green Watch program in 1999. Investors in capital markets react to the disclosure of environmental performance related to the companies they invest. Companies appearing in Korea’s Monthly Violations Report suffered a reduction in market value of their publicly traded equities, with the average reduction in market value estimated to be 9.7% (Dasgupta/


Creating a Breakthrough in Safety Performance An Integral Approach STEPS.

accidents cause absence from work 3,000 of these accidents are fatal EVERY DAY 475 accidents cause absence from work 2 of these accidents are fatal EVERY MINUTE 8 accidents cause absence from work EVERY SECOND Worldwide Work Related Fatalities 250 million accidents/ ETRICS C ONTRACTS Putting People in the Picture An Integral Approach to Safety “The greatest danger for most of /Europe Lyric House 149 Hammersmith Road London W14 0QL +44-207-603-2222 Office Locations: Making the Impossible Possible ™ An Integral/


It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World: The Past, Present and Future of P/C Insurance in the US and Texas Insurance Council of Texas Mid-Year Symposium Austin,

The Financial Crisis and the Future of the P/C 61 Average Age of Vehicles on the Road, 2006—2013 Sources: Polk, August 2013 Survey; Insurance Information Institute. Average Vehicle Age (Years) The average age of a vehicle on the road/2013:+5.2% Accident Year 134 U.S. Insured Catastrophe Loss Update 2013 Was a Welcome Respite from the High Catastrophe Losses in Recent Years 2014/Storm Christian (St. Jude) Europe, 27–30 October Typhoon Haiyan Philippines, 8–12 November Severe storms, tornadoes USA, 28–31 May /


THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR TROUBLE IN CUBA. Cuban “insurrectos” burn sugar cane fields in revolt against Spanish overlords Americans watched with interest.

THE ROAD TO WAR DOCUMENT ANALYSIS THE ROAD TO WAR The de Lôme Letter: Spanish ambassador in US who wrote a letter which criticized President McKinley and called him a wimp Mysterious explosion of the U.S.S. Maine in Havana harbor Killed 260 American sailors “Remember the Maine!” Found later to be an accident/, harming business/labor The War Prayer “I dont think the prayer will be published in my time. None but the dead are permitted to tell the truth." WHAT TO DO WITH THE PHILIPPINES? Assumed they’d /


POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJOR IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING JOHN IVAN P. GUEVARRA.

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING MAJOR IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING JOHN IVAN P. GUEVARRA INTRODUCTION Jeepney as an innovative work of Filipino originally made from US military Jeeps left over from World War II Jeepney : The Undisputed King of the Road has the highest mode share of 55% has 6,952,000 person trips and 938,000vehicle trips (MMUTIS Final Report 1999) has a/


Philippine Literature. Part I – The Historical Background of Philippine Literature.

includes apologies for his misdeeds. K. THE AWIT and the CORRIDO. Some use these two interchangeably because distinction is not clear. Exercises 1. The first spanish governor-general in the Philippines. 2-3What are the changes occured in the lives ofthe Filipinos during the Spanish Period? 4.The first Filipino Alphabet. 5.This was the first book printed in the Philippines in 1593 in xylography. 6.This is a book about the life and sufferings of Jesus Christ/


1. John Rolfe In 1612, Rolfe created tobacco.

not like the way in which he handled the war. The Foraker Act was passed to end the military supremacy government in effect in Cuba and establish a civilian government. Only 460 Americans died. US troops wore thick wool uniforms that made the high temperatures even more unbearable. The war was promoted by Jose Marti (Cuban) in New York. The US gained Puerto Rico and Guam, but also occupied the Philippines. http://psi/


America Turns Outward By the 1890s, America turned away from its isolationist policies and was beginning to look overseas, toward imperialism. The European.

them his "little brown brothers." Under Taft, America pursued a policy called "benevolent assimilation"—to kindly bring the Philippines up to civilization. The process was slow but it bore fruits… With millions in American money, the infrastructure (roads, sanitation, etc.) was greatly improved. Public health improved as well. Trade between the U.S. and the Philippines began, largely in sugar. Schools were built and American teachers were sent over. Still/


1890s: The U.S…. A rapid growth in industry after the Civil War results in national wealth The western frontier had closed up (no more land left to discover)

, roads, and health care on the island Philippines REMEMBER… Philippine natives had been fighting for independence long before SPAM When the U.S. took over after SPAM, Philippine natives felt “owned” without their own identity Emilio Aguinaldo (remember him?) leads natives to fight for freedom against a NEW imperial power: the U.S. – He tells the U.S. that “you’ve forgotten your beginnings” RAWR!!! Emilio Aguinaldo Philippines – Revolt in the Philippines/


America Turns Outward By the 1890s, America turned away from its isolationist policies and was beginning to look overseas, toward imperialism. The European.

them his "little brown brothers." Under Taft, America pursued a policy called "benevolent assimilation"—to kindly bring the Philippines up to civilization. The process was slow but it bore fruits… – With millions in American money, the infrastructure (roads, sanitation, etc.) was greatly improved. Public health improved as well. – Trade between the U.S. and the Philippines began, largely in sugar. – Schools were built and American teachers were sent over. – Still/


Dr.Sunil Shroff, www.mohanfoundation.org Cadaver Organ Donation & Transplantation in Asia – The Way Ahead Dr. Sunil Shroff.

1,780 Jordan 1,850 Syria 1,190 Turkmenistan 1,120 China 1,100 Philippines 1,080 No Data - Afghanistan -Bhutan, Palestine, Bahrain, Cyprus, Iraq, /road traffic accidents who have been declared “ brain- dead ” unless they have OPTED OUT ( Presumed Consent) (Muslims exempted) Dr.Sunil Shroff, www.mohanfoundation.org Thailand - Legal Aspects  There is no law to directly govern transplant procedures in Thailand.  The Medical Council is responsible in regulating human organ transplantation. They decide the/


Energy and Hazardous Waste. Coal Ch 19: 531-536 We use a variety of energy sources We use energy in our homes, machinery, and vehicles and to provide.

into rubberized road surface. -Newspapers transformed into cellulose insulation. Reusing Reusing products is an important way to reduce resource use, waste, and pollution in developed countries. Reusing can be hazardous in developing countries for poor who scavenge in open dumps. -They can be exposed to toxins or infectious diseases. How People Reuse Materials Children looking for materials to sell in an open dump in the Philippines. Recycling consists/


Insights on Transport Project Evaluation Techniques Sudhir Gota Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities Center Training on the Transport Co-benefits Guidelines.

it is small. The state of the art is poorly developed, and the results do not offer convincing evidence of the size, nature or even direction of regional and local impacts. ADB - Based on the available econometric literature reviewed, roads appear to have strong/ 23 1.construction causes delay, increased and slow vehicle operation, accident, and environmental costs 2.A typical 4 lane high speed road generates 2000 tons/km of CO 2 emissions. 3.In a metro - construction emissions are of high intensity and it /


THE ASIAN OIL PROBLEM: Regional Cooperation in ASEAN By Guillermo R. Balce ASEAN Centre for Energy Jakarta, Indonesia 2001.

.Philippines/the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA, 1992) Agreement for the Facilitation of Search of Ships in Distress and Rescue of Survivors of Ship Accidents (1975) ASEAN Framework Agreement on Multimodal Transport (2001) The remaining transport-related Protocols for the ASEAN Framework Agreement on the Facilitation of Goods in Transit (2001) ASEAN Framework Agreement on the/The oil industries in five of the ten ASEAN Countries have dominant government roles. But, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam are on the road/


Performance Indicators of Transport Infrastructure PPP Projects

> 90% free of obstruction Timeliness Requirement: Damaged or misaligned barriers due to accidents/incidents shall be mitigated immediately upon notification or discovery or before accident scene is cleared; Repair to barriers shall be completed within 10 days of/ joining the World Bank, Cesar was the deputy director of the Brazilian Road Research Institute in Rio de Janeiro. He holds a Ph.D. in civil engineering from the University of Texas, USA, and a M.Sc. in Production Engineering from the Federal /


Chapter 17.  Pennsylvania Steel Mill  Workers protesting 20% wage cut  Pinkerton agents hired to “break” the strike.

Food supplies, not refrigerated, rotted 5,462 died in this war 379 died in battle Remainder died from accident, disease, mismanagement  Better prepared  Admiral George Dewey ordered to the PhilippinesIn Cuba, U.S. navy destroys Spanish armada  /Philippine casualties 16,000 soldiers dead 250,000-1 million civilians dead Famine, disease, war related  William H. Taft sent to help set up a government  Built schools  Roads, bridges  Sanitation  Health care  Foraker Act- established civil government in/


“WE KNEW THEY SUPPOSED THAT WE ALSO WERE FIGHTING IN THEIR WORTHY CAUSE…AND WE ALLOWED THEM TO GO ON THINKING SO. UNTIL MANILA WAS OURS AND WE COULD GET.

peoples, Half devil and half child. McClure’s 1899—seemed to urge war in the Philippines. To The Person Sitting in Darkness Who is “the person sitting in darkness”? How does Twain use irony? Attitudes What attitudes does Twain describe… Reverend Ament discusses the compensation he received at the killing of the missionaries. What is the point of the Pawnee example? (p. 110) What is ‘civilization’? “…shall we go on conferring our/


GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN September 2011. Table of Contents 1. The occurrence of The Great East Earthquakes Unprecedented challenge for Japan since 3 ・ 11 ・・・

accident as soon as possible. Monitor and provide information on radiation dose and develop system to assist inspection to assure food safety. 30 “Basic Guidelines for Reconstruction in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake” was decided by the Reconstruction Headquarters in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake on July 29,2011. The Guidelines constitute a blueprint for the Government and other actors to tackle numerous challenges in the/


Imperialism  Late 1800’s – US becomes an Imperialist power (Stronger nations control weaker ones) Want more influence in the Pacific 2 main groups.

20,000 Filipino casualties 4,000 US casualties Cost nearly $400 million (20X what they paid for the island) Rebellion in the Philippines  After the war we sent millions of dollars into these islands to clean it up, better health care, factories, schools, and roads.  July 4, 1946 – US grants the Philippines independence Debate over American Expansionism  Several prominent Americans including William Jennings Bryan, Mark Twain, and Andrew/


Chapter seven Documents under the Credit. Importance of documents in international settlements In international settlements, banks deal solely with documents;

Ltd. Shipment per (承运人) : Medaley Container Co. Port of shipment (装货港) : Manila, the Philippines Destination (目的地) : Malaysia Order / Contract No (合同 / 定单 编号) : 01-45678 L/IN THE EVENT OF ACCIDENT WHEREBY LOSS OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT IN A CLAIM 或事故,应立即通知本公司下述代理人勘察。 UNDER THIS POLICY IMMEDIATE NOTICE APPLYING FOR SURVEY MUST BE GIVEN TO THE COMPANY’S AGENT AS MENTIONED HEREUNDER 。 THE MING AN INSURANCE CO.(H.K.) LTD. INTERNATIONAL BUILDING 14 TH FLOOR 141, DES VOEUX ROAD, CENTRAL HONGKONG. 中国人民保险公司天津分公司国外业务部 THE/


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all outside the Perimeter Road. Easements in documents limited to roads constructed by the Company after 1965. No evidence that Company constructed the Hollinger roads after 1965. Restrictive Covenants do not provide any clear description of any roads on the Hollingers’ /of location/surroundings Nuisance in fact (nuisance per accidents): nuisance by reasons of circumstances/surroundings Test: Whether business or use of property constitutes a nuisance is the reasonableness of the operation particular to a /


Unit IX: Imperialism & WWI. Imperialism  Define Imperialism:  Pre-Civil War: US isolation  What forces lead the US to imperialize  Yellow journalism,

accident)  260 killed  April 1898 Congress declares war  Prep for war:  Pass Teller Amendment- promising Cuba their independence  Assistant secretary to the Navy (TR) sends US Navy (under Com. Dewey) to Philippines/what to do with PR  Cuba  Help the islands rid of yellow fever, build roads, hospitals  Americans want ability to influence Cuba, /Controversy over Philippines (war to come later)  Affirms our presence as a world power  Closed tension b/w North & South Trouble in the Philippines  Resent /


The Path of Empire. Some Ideas What factors encouraged the United States to become a world power? Why was Expansionism such a powerful force from 1890-1900.

Emilio Aguinaldo. President McKinley appointed the Philippine Commission in 1899 to set up a Filipino government. William H. Taft, who referred to the Filipinos to "little brown brothers," led the body in 1900. He genuinely liked the Filipinos while the American soldiers did not. President McKinleys plan of "benevolent assimilation" of the Filipinos was very slow and involved improving roads, sanitation, and public health. The plan developed economic ties and set/


Action Plan for the Internationalization of the Regulation and Certification System Nobuyuki KOBA Director-General for Engineering Affairs, Road Transport.

-Analyze traffic accidents and environmental issues -Evaluate new technologies -Give orientation for future regulations Evaluate the effects of regulations implemented -Establish safety and environmental regulations -Implement regulations (Type approval and inspection of vehicles) - Monitor international trends - Listen to stakeholders - Cooperate with laboratories - Call for public comments - Spread of hybrid vehicles fastest in the world =>Introduced, first in the world, the regulation on protection/


U.S. Foreign Policy 1865-1914. Introduction  Since the 1870’s, U.S. foreign policy focused on:  Expansion Westward  Protecting the U.S. interests abroad.

,000 Filipinos died  America sent over 100,000 troops fight the war  Paid upwards of $400 million to defeat the insurgency  1901: Taft becomes governor of Philippines  Wanted to help the islands recover  Censored the press and put dissidents in jail  Ordered the construction of schools, roads, and bridges Annexation of Hawaii  Hawaii has been linked to the US since the 1790’s  American merchant ships would stop there on/


Overview & Outlook for the Commercial P/C Insurance Industry for 2014 and Beyond Trends, Challenges & Opportunities Aon Property Symposium Miami, FL February.

Christian (St. Jude) Europe, 27–30 October Typhoon Haiyan Philippines, 8–12 November Severe storms, tornadoes USA, 28–31 May/ – P6466 – The Financial Crisis and the Future of the P/C 136 TRIA Outlook 3 TRIA Reauthorization Bills Introduced in 2013 Bumpy Road to Reauthorization Ahead /the states where NCCI provides ratemaking services including state funds, excluding WV; Excludes high deductible policies. Workers Compensation Lost-Time Claim Frequency Declined in 2012 Lost-Time Claims 206 Percent Accident/


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China-ASEAN Maritime Cooperation in the SCS: BUILDING TRUST THROUGH SHARED RULES & NORMS AILEEN SAN PABLO-BAVIERA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Presented.

SHARED RULES & NORMS AILEEN SAN PABLO-BAVIERA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Presented at Boao Forum Roundtable on South China Sea MARCH 28-29, 2015 The situation in the South China Sea is becoming more and more complex, /to marine pollution to maritime accidents)  Maritime Silk Road Initiative (MSRI) vision of connectivity and win-win approach (e.g. ports, energy, resources but also infrastructure for sustainable fisheries, marine environmental protection, and marine eco-tourism) In the SCS…  Quanzhou: /


T HE G REAT W EST AND THE A GRICULTURAL R EVOLUTION C HAPTER 26 1865-1896.

in Philippines 1901 William Howard Taft governor, censors press, jails insurgents Extended limited self rule, ordered construction of roads, schools, attempt to assimilate and civilize Filipinos 1916 Congress passes Jones Act allows for Philippine independence 1946 achieve independence VII. H INGING IN THE O PEN D OOR IN/ out of factories V. P ROGRESSIVE W OMEN 1900 U.S. highest rate of industrial accidents 1905 setback for labor Lochner vs. New York, invalidated state law limiting working hours 1917 Court/


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

In the Philippines and the Maldives, dynamiting and mining of coral for resort building materials has damaged fragile coral reefs and depleted the /Accidents, emergency response, occupational illness; • Environment improvement efforts in the local community and participation in industry networks and partnerships; • EMS improvement plans for the future. THM 317 Stages of Environmental Management Systems 36 -the environment report should be verified by an independent environment auditor on the accuracy of the/


Conflict in the Years Ahead

already in place, they: seize bridges and road crossings,/the smallest force in the quickest time at the farthest place”. Should be a war of detachment (avoiding contact and presenting a threat everywhere) using mobility/fluidity-of-action and environmental background (vast unknown desert) as basis for “never affording a target” and “never on the defensive except by accident and in/Philippines South Africa Greece Philippines* Malaya* 1899-1902 1900-02 1944-49 1946-54 1948-60 Guerrilla war is the war of the/


Informal Fallacies.

in an opponents argument, defeating him on that, and then leaving it to be supposed that he has been defeated on the main question. E.g.: A: The Philippine President should apologize to the families of the killed hostages. Ten people were killed due to the/ has almost become extinct. Don’t confuse with fallacy of accident in which the inference is from a general assertion (distributive predication) to a specific assertion. In the fallacy of division the inference is from an assertion about a group taken as a/


July 2006http://www.jaddams.com Conflict in the Years Ahead Chet Richards J. Addams & Partners, Inc. It will be protracted, bloody, and horrible. Martin.

, not pushes but strokes” with “use of the smallest force in the quickest time at the farthest place”. Should be a war of detachment (avoiding contact and presenting a threat everywhere) using mobility/fluidity-of-action and environmental background (vast unknown desert) as basis for “never affording a target” and “never on the defensive except by accident and in error”. Idea Disintegrate existing regime’s ability to/


Overview & Outlook for the P/C Insurance Industry: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in 2013 and Beyond International Association of Claims Professionals.

The Financial Crisis and the Future of the P/C 27 Average Age of Vehicles on the Road, 2006—2013 Sources: Polk, August 2013 Survey; Insurance Information Institute. Average Vehicle Age (Years) The average age of a vehicle on the road/27 November Typhoon Bopha Philippines, 4–5 December /the states where NCCI provides ratemaking services including state funds, excluding WV; Excludes high deductible policies. Workers Compensation Lost-Time Claim Frequency Declined in 2012 Lost-Time Claims 195 Percent Accident/


Overview & Outlook for the P/C Insurance Industry: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in 2013 and Beyond P/C Insurance Company Survey Group Meeting.

The Financial Crisis and the Future of the P/C 19 Average Age of Vehicles on the Road, 2006—2013 Sources: Polk, August 2013 Survey; Insurance Information Institute. Average Vehicle Age (Years) The average age of a vehicle on the road/27 November Typhoon Bopha Philippines, 4–5 December /the states where NCCI provides ratemaking services including state funds, excluding WV; Excludes high deductible policies. Workers Compensation Lost-Time Claim Frequency Declined in 2012 Lost-Time Claims 189 Percent Accident/


Skills and Methods. Which source of information about a candidate for the school board would likely be biased? 1.A televised debate of all of the school.

the people of the Philippines. A mayor believes that an increase in the city bus fee has led to fewer riders. This thesis could be supported or refuted by which type of data? 1.data showing the average bus fees in several cities 2.data showing that road/3.1 hour 4.Not take the pills, get further infected, and go to the hospital. 5.Niner Which source has the appropriate qualifications to be a credible source of information about the city streets with the most car-pedestrian accidents? 1.data collected on a /


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lower  Zero accident environment?  Liabilities uncertainty – Vehicle / Driver / Car OEM / Road Operator? Car sharing  Multi ownership  Mixed usage  Metromile &Uber Insurers’ expertise in automotive analytics, statistics, and, more generally, big data skills that will be one of the most sought after capabilities in a burgeoning Internet of Things © 2015 ABI Research www.abiresearch.com The material contained herein is for the individual use of the purchasing Licensee and/


0 0 Ministry of Transportation Directorate General of Sea Transportation Implementation of Law No. 17 / 2008 on Shipping in Supporting Sea Transportation.

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1 Solid Waste Work at the Bank – My Personal Journey since 1978 By Sandra Cointreau Solid Waste Management Advisor The World Bank, Washington DC January.

decomposition and burning. Injury – wounds from sharps, traffic accidents. 15 Bombay, India, 1995 Significant contact during loading, no shoes or gloves Tema, Ghana, 1998 Children playing in an area of uncollected waste Direct Contact with Waste: 16/ Pickers above WHO lead guideline -- children pickers mean lead was 2.5 times higher than in control slum children. (Philippines local study) Quezon City, the Philippines, 1995 22 What Have We Learned: Second – How do we achieve cost-effective technical designs/


Transformations Around the Globe and The Great War Pre-AP Unit #12 Chapters 28 and 29.

-American War (1898) Following several years of brutal warfare between Spain and Cuban revolutionaries, the United States joined the conflict on the side of the revolutionaries. However, American forces also used the war as an excuse to attack and claim Spanish colonies in the Philippines, Guam, and Puerto Rico also. American troops landed in Cuba in June, 1898. U.S. Marines captured Guantanamo Bay, and a force of 17,000/


PDH/PE Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Core 1:Health Priorities in Australia.

is the most frequent cause of injury deaths among males overall Decline in road deaths has slowed recently From late 1990’s declines in drug-related deaths and suicides Groups at risk Young adult males, people in rural areas/’t speak English or have trouble in the resettling process Have hospitalisation rates almost 20% lower than other Australians Are hospitalised for the following diseases according to country of birth – Tuberculosis – India, Vietnam, Philippines and China People born overseas Lung Cancer/


Useful Expressions 骄兵必败 pride comes before a fall 战无不胜 nothing could stand in their way 奋勇抵抗 fierce resistance 阴冷凄苦的俄罗斯寒冬 a raw, bitter, bleak Russian.

was a decisive — we won the because of it. 4. The Philippines had suffered grievously under the Japanese occupation. A highly effective guerilla controlled sixty percent of the islands, mostly jungle and mountain areas/accident you should count yourself lucky you’re since alive. 遭此严重的意外你还能活下来,该感到很幸运了。 D R _ word _ toll 1 The death toll rose from 270 in 1952 to 5,000 in1954. toll: 1. n. 1)the number of people or animals killed or injured in particular circumstances 2) money paid for the use of a bridge, road/


Museum Entrance Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three Welcome to the Museum of [Name of Museum] Curator ’ s Offices Room Five Artifact 22 Artifact 23.

on 1 May 1898, during the Spanish–American War. The American Asiatic Squadron under Commodore George Dewey engaged and destroyed the Spanish Pacific Squadron under Admiral Patricio Montojo. The battle took place in Manila Bay in the Philippines, and was the first major engagement of the Spanish–American War. The battle was one of the most decisive naval battles in history and marked the end of the Spanish colonial period in Philippine history. Return to Entrance Battle/


Created by Brittany Ensminger. TN Social Studies 4.4 Trace the routes of early explorers and describe the early explorations of the Americas including:

’s Death After the ships stocked back up with supplies in China, they went to the Philippines. Magellan began arguing with the local native people in the Philippines. About forty men, including Magellan, were killed in a battle with the natives. Magellan wasn’t able to live to see the end of the journey. There was only one ship left at the end of the journey named the Victoria. It had returned in 1522 to Spain/


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