Who is the current wife of Joseph Estrada?
Loi Ejercitom. 1959
Joseph Ejercito Estrada/Wife
What is the significant contribution of Estrada administration in health?
He contributed lands to the landless farmers and increased the CARP coverage for the landless farmers. Estrada promotes primary health centres which are well-quipped and provide free services.
How many kids Joseph Estrada has?
|His Excellency Joseph Ejercito Estrada|
|Children||11 (incl. Jinggoy, Joseph Victor)|
|Residence||Santa Mesa, Manila|
|Alma mater||Mapúa University Central Colleges of the Philippines|
What do you think are the contributions of science and technology to the country’s nation building?
Science and Technology hold the key to the progress and development of any nation. Technology plays a Fundamental role in wealth creation, improvement of the quality of life and real economic growth and transformation in any society.
Who are the Filipino scientists and their contributions?
List of National Scientists of the Philippines
|Name||Year Conferred||Field of Specialization|
|1. Juan S. Salcedo, Jr., M.D. (+)||1978||Nutrition and Public Health|
|2. Alfredo C. Santos, Dr.phil. (+)||1978||Physical Chemistry|
|3. Gregorio Y. Zara, D.Sc. (+)||1978||Engineering and Inventions|
|4. Fe Del Mundo, M.D. (+)||1980||Pediatrics|
Who is the 15th President of the Republic of the Philippines?
Benigno Aquino III
|His Excellency Benigno Aquino III|
|Aquino in 2015|
|15th President of the Philippines|
|In office June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2016|
|Vice President||Jejomar Binay|
Why was Pres Estrada ousted from his office?
Estrada, popularly called Erap, was ousted from office in 2001 during a popular uprising in Metro Manila after an aborted impeachment trial in which he was charged with plunder and perjury. Soon after his ouster, the same charges were filed against him at the Sandiganbayan.
What are the contribution of Arroyo administration in health?
Answer: President Arroyo formally launchedthe P3-billion universal health insurance coverage that would provide either free or subsidized hospitalization and other medical assistance to government and private sector employees and indigent families.