ISANG KAPULUAN ANG Pilipinas, bansang napaliligiran ng tubig, lubhang napakahalaga ng tubig sa buhay ng mga Filipino hindi lang sa agrikultura at enerhiya kundi pati sa pamamalakaya na trabahong maituturing ng mas maraming Filipino sa Pacific side ng bansa.
Ngayong inilahad ng Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration o PAGASA ang pag pasok ng El Nino, bagaman itinuturing nila itong Weak, tunay na epektadong malaki ang kabuhayan n gating mga maliliit na mamamalakaya.
Ayon kay: Edna Juanillo Chief, Climatology and Agrometeorology Division, sa pamamagitan ni Ms. Venus Valdemoro ng PAGASA Public Affairs “Normally di ba mas mainit ang karagatan in the vicinity of the Eastern Philippines pag walang el nino.”
Ibig sabihin , kabaliktaran ang epekto nito sa lupa kumpara sa dagat. Pagpapatuloy pa ni Juanillo:
“Pag may el nino medyo lumalamig kesa normal ang ating karagatan dito sa may Pacific that’s why konti nga ang bagyo na pumapasok sa PAR. Definitely pag lumamig ang karagatan may consequent effects sa marine ecosystems. Iba ibang marine species, iba iba rin ang kanilang reaction dito”.
Kung kaya ipinapayo na habang may El Nino maging Weak man ito kinakailangang magkaroon ng alternatibong ikabubuhay an gating mga mangingisda dahil walang katiyakan an magiging paborable sa kanila ang magiging epekto nito sa kanilang pangunahing ikinabubuhay, pagpapatuloy pa ni Juanillo
“ Kadalasan pag malamig ang dagat mas maraming isda pero minsan may mga ibang dahilan dn kung paano sila magreact dito ayon sa nangyayari sa environment. Yung sa tides may astronomical causes dn na nakaapekto dto apart sa paglamig ng dagat like for ex. rotation ng earth and others.”
Ang pagbaba at pagtaas naman ng alon ay batay sa kilos ng daigdig at iba pang pagyayaring astronomical.///Michael balaguer 09333816694 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lotto, Keno operators nationwide reach 11,120
Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) General Manager Alexander
Balutan announced on Wednesday that Lotto and Keno agents have already
reached 11,120 in 2018. “From January to December 2018, our Lotto and Keno agents have already reached 11,120. Of 11,120, 8,769 are Lotto agents and 2,351 are Keno operators,” said Balutan.
For Lotto, Balutan said the National Capital Region (NCR) has the most
number of agents at 2,251, followed by Visayas at 1,952, Southern Tagalog
and Bicol Region (STBR) at 1,747, Mindanao at 1,674, and Northern and
Central Luzon (NCL) at 1,145. For Keno, NCR also has the most number of agents at 883, followed by SBTR at 681, NCL at 366, Visayas at 267, and Mindanao at 154.
Keno Lotto Express is a fun game played every 10 minutes that allows the
player to choose how many numbers to play, how much money to bet. With
Keno, the player has a chance to win up to P1,000,000 for only P12 per play.
“As you all know, our revenue comes from the hard-earned money of
individuals who fall in line daily in lotto and Small Town Lottery (STL)
outlets to buy their tickets. So they must be informed where their money
goes and how PCSO spent their money,” said Balutan.
“The playing public should know that they might not have won the million
jackpot prize, but by their P24 may have saved and stretched the lives of
dialysis or chemotherapy patients who are beneficiaries of PCSO under the
Individual Medical Assistance Program (IMAP),” he added.
Of the almost P64 billion revenue generated by PCSO in 2018,
P31,902,529,360 came from Lotto and digit games, P26,103,422,348.39 from
STL, P4,397,969,030 from Keno, P1,149,124,000 from Instant Sweepstakes
Ticket (PMC), and P4,867,500 from Sweepstakes.
“STL is obviously the second highest earning product of PCSO with 88
operational Authorized STL agents (ASAs). It has been giving jobs and
decent lives to Filipino people and their families who cannot even pass the
nitty-gritties of job fairs due to age, lack of education, and physical
disability. We have saved them from vices, drugs, and from being exploited
by criminals,” said Balutan.
In a data provided by the Branch Operations Sector headed by Assistant
General Manager Remeliza Gabuyo, STL has produced 314,596 jobs as of
January 28, 2019. Of 314,596 jobs, 13,720 are organic employees, 26,227 are
sales supervisors, and 274,649 are sales agents.
How to apply as online lottery agent
The applicant needs to fill up the Online Lottery Application Form which
will include the following requirements: · Sketch/location map of the proposed outlet site, · Picture of the building of the proposed outlet site
The applicant must ensure that the application form is complete and that
all required documents are attached. Incomplete requirements will not be
processed. All applications are subject to evaluation prior to approval.
PCSO shall conduct the inspection and technical evaluation of the proposed
outlet site/s. The applicant shall be informed of the evaluation result.
PCSO shall notify the applicant on the status of the application concerning
the availability of communication facilities in the proposed outlet prior
to installation of facilities.
The applicant shall be informed when to fabricate lotto booth and for
terminal installation. *Requirements*
Online lottery agent applicants must be a Filipino citizen and at least 21
years old. For individual applicant, he/she must accomplish and submit: · Three latest ID pictures (2 x 2); · Three latest ID pictures (2 x 2) of spouse · Letter of intent · Online lottery Personal Data Sheet
· Proof of Income: Self-employed applicants must submit income tax
return, registration of business, and audited financial statements. For
employed, he/she must submit an income tax return, registration of business
audited financial statements, and certificate of income.
· Proof of Ownership/lease of outlet: Owners must submit a Land Title
or TCT. For lessee, Contract of Lease (Notarized), Building Owner’s
Authorization Form, · NBI Clearance (Current) · Barangay Clearance (Personal Record) Sketch/Location Map of the Proposed Agency Site, · Photograph of the vicinity photograph of the building · Photograph of the Interior
For corporation, requirements include the following:
· Bio-data of corporate officers and directors
· Photocopy of S.E.C Registration, photocopy of articles of
incorporation, photocopy of by laws, latest audited financial statement
I.T.R. for the immediately preceding year, letter of intent, contract of
lease, building owner’s authorization, sketch/location map of the proposed
agency site, photograph of the vicinity, photograph of the building. · Photograph of the interior For more information, please visit www.psco.gov.ph.