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2006/11/24

Tagalog News: PGMA binigyang papuri ang Japanese educators sa pagtulong sa mga Pinoys

Koronadal, South Cotabato (24 November) -- Binigyang papuri ni Pangulong Arroyo ang mga opisyales ng Graduate Research Institute for Policy Studies of Japan (GRIPS) sa kanilang malaking contribusyon sa pag papalawak ng mga talento at kakayahan ng Filipino sa larangan ng policy at diplomatic studies.

Kabilang sa mga binigyang papuri ng Pangulo sa Malakanyang ngayong umaga sina Dr. Takashi Shiraishi, GRIPS president at Dr. Tatsuo Oyama at iba pang mga opisyales ng GRIPS.

Ang GRIPS ay kinokonsiderang Japan's version ng JFK School of Government (Harvard) na nagsimula ng kanilang international policy studies program noong 1984 para sa mga government officials galing sa ASEAN at Korea.

Sa kasalukuyan, halos 100 Filipinos na ang nakapagtapos sa tanyag na paaralan at karamihan ay humahawak ng key positions sa government at private sector.


Karagdagang excellent Filipino educators, pangako ng Japanese educators

Naging bisita kahapon ng Malakanyang ang mga opisyales ng tanyag na Graduate Research Institute for Policy Studies of Japan o (GRIPS) sa pamumuno ni GRIPS president Dr. Takashi Shiraishi.

Kasama ng GRIPS sa pagbisita sina Japanese Ambassador Ryuichiro Yamazaki, Foreign Affairs Asst. Secretary Romeo Manalo, and JJ Samuel Soriano, president of the Philippine Resource Organization on Japanese Enterprise Capital and Technology.

Sa nasabing pagbisita nangako ang mga Japanese educators na lalo pa nilang pag-iibayuhin ang kanilang education system upang makapagproduce ng mas maraming excellent Filipino Workers. Sa kasalukuyan may halos 100 Filipinos na ang naproduced ng GRIPS at halos ay humahawak ng key positions sa government at private sector.(EBZ Nebrija/PIA 12) [top]

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