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    Speeches

    • Different, Not Disabled

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 18, 2016

      18 July 2016 Message at the “See What I Can Do” On Children With Disabilities Exhibit Opening of UNICEF and Camera Club of the Philippines, SM MOA What do Tom Cruise, Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, and George Washington have in common? They all had learning disabilities. Einstein did not speak until age 3, George Washington

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    • Message of Vice President Leni Robredo to the Nanays in Gumaca, Quezon

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 15, 2016

      15 July 2016 Magbigay galang po siyempre sa mga opisyal ng CARD. Mapalad po tayo na lahat sila nandito ngayon. Siyempre po sa pamumuno nang ating founding chairman, minememorize ko sana iyong buong pangalan mo eh. Umalis po kami ng Maynila alas otso na nang umaga, nakarating po kami halos alas tres na nang hapon.

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    • Inclusive Communities: The Key To Our Housing Problems

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 13, 2016

      13 July 2016 Speech at the 2016 International Conference On Urban Development: Accelerating Resilience and Inclusive Growth, Sofitel Philippine Plaza It is very interesting that I got this invitation the morning after I received news of my appointment as Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) Chairperson. Talagang napakabilis n’yo po! I would like to

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    • A Nation Where Everyone Thrives

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 12, 2016

      12 July 2016 Speech of Vice President Leni Robredo at the Business World Economic Forum, Shangri-La at The Fort, Manila When I was elected Representative of the 3rd District of Camarines Sur in 2013, one of the first things that I did was visit the most remote barangays in my district (composed of Naga plus

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    • Education: The Silver Bullet

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 11, 2016

      July 11, 2016 Speech of Vice President Leni Robredo delivered by Aika Robredo for the World Population Day 2016, Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex There are three people on earth I value most. Just like you, they are young girls. They are silly and funny and protective and sweet. I learn a lot

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