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    Speeches

    • Ang Maging Kabilang sa Paglilingkod

      Posted in Speeches on Jun 27, 2019

      Message at the UP School of Statistics Recognition RitesUP Diliman Film Institute Film Center, Quezon City Maraming salamat po. Maupo po tayong lahat. Assistant Professor Francisco Delos Reyes, Director for Undergraduate Studies; Dr. Joselito Magadia, Officer-in-Charge of the UP School of Statistics (UPSS)—although sabi niya sa akin kanina, Tolits na lang [laughter]—Assistant Professor Stephen Villejo,

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    • How Hope Heals Us

      Posted in Speeches on Jun 08, 2019

      Closing Remarks at the Istorya ng Pag-asa Film Festival 2019 Awards NightTrinoma Mall, Quezon City Maraming salamat! Maupo po tayong lahat. Mr. Ruel Maranan, President of Ayala Foundation, Inc.; Ms. Cathy Bengzon, Head of Corporate Communications of AyalaLand; Ms. Cel Amores, Senior Director for Corporate Communications of Ayala Foundation; our partners from the Ayala Group

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    • Ensuring Quality Healthcare for Every Filipino

      Posted in Speeches on May 29, 2019

      Message at the 2nd Philippine Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Summit and PAPPI 16th Biennial Convention Thank you very much. Maraming salamat po. Maupo po tayong lahat. Thank you, Mona, for campaigning for me three years ago and for being a very able partner of our Metro Laylayan Angat Buhay program. But before I proceed, may I

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    • Inclusive Growth in the Digital Age

      Posted in Speeches on May 28, 2019

      Message at the 40th National Conference of EmployersTheme: “Future-proofing Business and Industry”Grand Ballroom A, Marriott Hotel Manila, Pasay City Usec. Jacinto Paras of the Department of Labor and Employment; Mr. Edgardo Lacson, Chairman of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP); Mr. Sergio Ortiz-Luis Jr., President; Atty. Ancheta Tan, President Emeritus; Mr. George Barcelon, Vice

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    • The Way Forward Towards Sustainable Development

      Posted in Speeches on May 24, 2019

      Message at the 2019 Asian Association of Public Administration Annual ConferenceFunction Area, 2/F, Hotel Benilde Maison De La Salle, Arellano Ave., corner Estrada St., Manila Thank you very much. Kindly take your seats. Thank you, Dr. Alex [Brillantes], for remembering my late husband. It is actually very timely because in fact, he would have celebrated—he

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