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Barangays of Makati City in the 4th district within the Metro Manila Area (NCR) of the Philippines
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Vitamin C 220 mg Oranges: 30 mg
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Potassium 259 mg Bananas: 88 mg
Protein 6.7 gm Cow's milk: 3.2 gm
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Federalism in the Philippines is simply a ploy to give the Bangsamoro an Islamic State. Bangsamoro is POISON. Religion must never rule supreme over any region, province, city, municipality or barangay. All religions must be treated equally.
The Philippine government must STOP FINANCING Islam.

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To have an Islamic State in a Non-Islamic federal form of government invites CHAOS and or possibly later secession from the country. India, USA, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina are some of the countries with the federal form of government. Issues with Islam exist but so far not one of them has a Muslim state. Because they know that it will only lead to chaos. Yet the Philippines tempts this Bangsamoro State idea. Learn from the mistake of Russia. They did this, and is now miserably paying the price. Religion and Government must be kept separate. Doesn't the Philippine legislature understand this? Or possibly the legislature of the Philippines was "bought and paid for" by the Muslim advocates and the Political Dynasty advocates?

Soldiers of the Philippines, you are at war with the Islamic Terrorists in Mindanao. These terrorists are MOROS or MUSLIMS.


The government of the Philippines is financing these Moros/Muslims, and here you are being shot at and killed by these Moros who are financed by the Philippine government.
Federalism in the Philippines is pushed and supported by four types of People.
✅ The first one is by the Muslims (Moros) because they want an Islamic state of their own. Federalism guarantees them an Islamic State.
✅ The second is by the greedy (Kanya-Kanya) mentality who are also the proponents of political dynasties.
✅ The third are the ignorant, the blind followers or the minions of the proponents of this type of federalism in the Philippines.
✅ The fourth are those who are paid to say yes. They are just chasing MONEY. They will do anything for MONEY.

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Makati City, Philippines

Urban lifestyle and affluence are nowhere more pronounced in the Philippines than in Makati, the country's classiest city. Bustling and modern, it is the country's model for city planning, rising in less than a decade from vast stretches of empty land to become the nation's premier city.

This affluent city southwest of Manila is the country's financial center, earning it the nickname, "Wall Street of the Philippines".  The major banks, corporations, department stores as well as embassies of the different nations are based here. Situated along Ayala Avenue is the Makati Stock Exchange, which houses the trading of stock. Fully developed, well-reputed city villages provide the perfect address for office buildings, shops, and restaurants.

Right in the heart of bustling Makati, spread along Ayala Avenue, is Ayala Center, the country's business and financial center. Encompassing the Glorietta and Greenbelt shopping malls, among others, Ayala Center is also a commercial complex completely at par with the world's most modern business cosmos. Within it is the Ayala Museum, among the city's primary repositories of history, culture, and heritage, along with the Filipinas Heritage Library and Museo ng Makati.

Makati has the highest concentration of the country's finest department stores, fashion boutiques, exclusive jewelry shops and antique stores, shoe stores, bookstores, and most other commercial establishments. In identified portions, the city contains the most exclusive residential subdivisions, including Forbes Park, where many of the country's wealthy and powerful families make their homes. Five-star hotels and restaurants further provide the ultimate avenue for a life of comfort and relaxation. Source: Department of Tourism

Location of Makati City, Philippines

Makati City is one of the Cities of the philippines in Metro Manila.

information from: The government of Makati City and the Department of Tourism

Makati is located within the quadrangle of 12° 01' latitude north and 14° 33' longitude east. It is bounded on the north by the Pasig River facing the City of Mandaluyong, on the east by the Municipality of Pateros, on the northwest by the City of Manila, and on the south and southwest by the City of Pasay. It is one of the sixteen (16) cities of the National Capital Region which also include one (1) municipality.

Makati is a short 15 minute-drive from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and the Manila Domestic Airport. Air-conditioned buses plying the Epifanio De los Santos Avenue (EDSA) route from Baclaran in Paranaque to Quezon Cityand Kalookan City pass through the Central Business District (CBD) daily.

Jeepneys ply Makati's inner roads, and connect the city to its surrounding towns and cities. The Manila Rail Transit (MRT) on EDSA has three stations located in Makati : Guadalupe, Buendia and Ayala Avenue.

Two of Metro Manila's main arteries pass through Makati. The Epifanio De los Santos Avenue (EDSA) pass along the southeast part of Makati and connects the city with Mandaluyong City and Pasay City. The South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) runs through the western part of Makati and connects the city with Manila to the north and with southern Metro Manila. The Skyway, an elevated highway built on top of SLEX, provides residents coming from southern Metro Manila a fast way to reach Makati. SLEX and EDSA intersect at the Magallanes Interchange, which is the most complex system of elevated roadways in Metro Manila.

Other major roads in Makati include Buendia Avenue, also called Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, which connects EDSA and SLEX in the north; Ayala Avenue, an important street that runs through the Central Business District; and Makati Avenue, which connects Ayala Avenue with Buendia Avenue.

History of Makati City, Philippines

article from: Government of Makati City

At the turn of the century, the Americans established Fort McKinley in Makati, and in 1901, San Pedro de Makati, with a population of 2,500, was incorporated into the province of Rizal. On February 28, 1914, the Philippine Legislature passed Act 2390, shortening the name San Pedro Makati to Makati in the 1930's, the first airport, Nielson Airport, opened in what is now the Ayala Triangle. The first centrally planned community was established in the 1950's, and since the 1970's, Makati has been the undisputed financial and commercial capital, the once worthless swampland becoming prime real property.

Makati has also figured prominently in the political history of the Filipino. The community was one of the cradles of the revolt against Spanish colonial rule, and following the assassination of Ninoy Aquino in 1983, the epicenter of the protest movement against dictatorial rule.

The day after her assumption to the presidency in February 1986, Cory Aquino appointed Jejomar C. Binay as officer-in-charge of Makati, the first local official to be appointed by the revolutionary government. Explaining her choice of the former human rights lawyer and street parliamentarian, Aquino said "It was very important for me to place at the helm of Makati someone who would carry out the ideals of EDSA, someone who would make democracy work, not only in the freedom given to its people but also in the proper handling of government according to democratic traditions. And, to my mind, Jojo was the man".

On January 2, 1995, the Makati became a city by virtue of Republic Act 7854.

People of Makati City, Philippines

  • Total Population of Makati City as of the 2010 Census is 529,039
  • Total Population of Makati City as of the 2007 Census is 510,383

  • From the 2010 record of the COMELEC: The number of registered voters were 409,126
  • From the 2007 record of the COMELEC: The number of registered voters were 387,590

Elected Government Officials of Makati City, Philippines

The Sangguniang Panlungsod is composed of the City (Municipality) Vice-Mayor as Presiding Officer, regular Sanggunian members (Councilors), the President of the Association of Barangay Captains and the President of the Sangguniang Kabataan.

They shall exercise and perform the legislative powers and duties as provided for under Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991. Shall consider and conduct thorough study all matters brought to their attention and consequently pass resolutions, enact ordinances and to introduce recommendations.

Budget of Municipalities and Cities: The Philippine budget formulation system is not centralized. It has been decentralized since 1991. It is the responsibility of each LGU to submit their budgetary needs for review. Failure to submit is the problem. "IMPERIAL MANILA IS A MYTH!".


Address of City Government:
J.P. Rizal St., Brgy. Poblacion
Makati City 1200, Philippines
Telephone : (632) 870-1000
Fax No : (632) 899-8933
Email Address : makati@makati.gov.ph



'Elected Government Officials of Makati City for the term of 2016-2019'
Councilors of Makati City
  • 1st District
  1. Virgilio Hilario Jr.
  2. Ferdinand Eusebio
  3. Enrico Puno
  4. Yabut, Ichi (Uam)
  5. Marie Alethea Casal-uy
  6. Romeo Medina
  7. Ma. Arlene Ortega
  8. Luis Javier Jr.
  • 2nd District
  1. Nemesio Yabut Jr.
  2. Nelson Pasia
  3. Leonardo Magpantay
  4. Mary Ruth Tolentino
  5. Divina Jacome
  6. Evelyn Delfina Villamor
  7. Grazielle Iony De Lara
  8. Shirley Aspillaga

Elected Government Officials of Makati City for the term of 2013-2016
  • Mayor of Makati City: Romulo Valderama Peña Jr. replaced Jejomar "Junjun" Erwin S. Binay, Jr. as of July 2015 per authority of the Ombudsman.
  • Vice-Mayor of Makati City: Romulo Valderama Peña Jr. LIBERAL PARTY appointed as mayor of Makati after dismissal of Binay from office
  • Councillors of Makati City
    • 1st District:
    1. HILARIO, JHONG (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 76929 10.47%
    2. YABUT, ICHI (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 75818 10.32%
    3. DEL ROSARIO, MONSOUR (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 75796 10.32%
    4. EUSEBIO, FERDIE (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 73722 10.03%
    5. CASAL-UY, MAYETH (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 70391 9.58%
    6. PUNO-RAMOS, TOSCA (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 69781 9.50%
    7. MAGPANTAY, IDOL (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 65938 8.97%
    8. MEDINA, ROMY (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 64380 8.76%
    • 2nd District:
    1. MAGPANTAY, LEO (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 84683 10.40%
    2. PASIA, DOC (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 79546 9.77%
    3. SESE, VINCENT (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 79132 9.72%
    4. CRUZADO, BOYET (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 78838 9.68%
    5. JACOME, HENRY (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 77356 9.50%
    6. YABUT, KING (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 76317 9.37%
    7. DE LARA, TETCHIE NILLO (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 73365 9.01%
    8. TOLENTINO, RUTH (UNA) UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE 71029 8.72%
  • House of Representative of Makati City:

Elected Government Officials of Makati City for the term of 2010-2013
Mayor of Makati City: Jejomar "Junjun" Erwin S. Binay, Jr.
Vice-Mayor of Makati City: Romulo Valderama Peña Jr.
City Councilors
District I District II
Ferdinand T. Eusebio Maria Theresa N. De Lara
Virgilio V. Hilario Sr. Henry A. Jacome
Tosca Camille P. Puno-Ramos Leonardo M. Magpantay
Arnold C. Magpantay Salvador D. Pangilinan
Romeo C. Medina Nelson S. Pasia
Manuel Monsour T. del Rosario III Vincent T. Sese
Marie Alethea S. Casal-Uy Mary Ruth C. Tolentino
Maria Concepcion M. Yabut Nemesio S. Yabut Jr.
Representatives
District I District II
Monique Yazmin Q. Lagdameo Mar-Len Abigail S. Binay

Barangay Elected Officials of Makati City

Businesses in Makati City, Philippines

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    1. Makati City Realty
Business District. Information source from the Department of Tourism - verbatim

Makati has the highest GDP per capita in the Philippines.

The Central Business District (CBD) is where most of Makati's financial resources is concentrated. This is an informal district bounded by Buendia Avenue, Makati Avenue, Ayala Avenue, Pasay Road, and Pasong Tamo. It mainly encompasses Legaspi Village, Salcedo Village, and parts of Bel-Air.

Many skyscrapers rise in this area. PBCom Tower, the country's tallest building, reaches up 265 meters along Ayala Avenue. It is the headquarters of the Philippine Bank of Communications, or PBCom. One of the trading floors of the Philippine Stock Exchange is housed in Ayala Tower One and at the old Makati Stock Exchange Building, both also along Ayala Avenue.

The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), the country's oldest bank, has its headquarters at the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas. Other companies that have their offices and country/regional headquarters within Makati City, most within the CBD, include IBM, Procter & Gamble, Citibank, Ayala Corporation, Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Metrobank, Intel Philippines, Nestle, and JG Summit. The most well-known monument of the late senator Benigno Aquino, Jr. can also be seen at Ayala Avenue corner Paseo de Roxas. Most areas of the CBD are serviced by private or commercial wi-fi hotspots.

Shopping Centers
  • Ayala Center Makati in Metro Manila - Ayala Center, along EDSA and Ayala Avenue is the most known commercial center in the city. Developed by the Ayala Corporation, it contains two shopping malls, Glorietta and Greenbelt, five hotels, and an office building. The larger of the two shopping malls is Glorietta, which itself is a cluster of malls. Rising from Glorietta 4 is the Oakwood Premier, a luxurious hotel-apartment residence at the heart of the center. Along the periphery of Glorietta are three department stores: SM Department Store Makati, Rustan's, and the Landmark. Across Makati Avenue from Glorietta is Greenbelt. This is one of the most sophisticated, modern, and expensive malls in the country. Greenbelt features dozens of coffee stores and restaurants, all overlooking a well-landscaped green park at the center where a domed Catholic chapel dominates the skyline. Other hotels in the vicinity of Ayala Center are the Makati Shangri-la Hotel, the Manila Peninsula, the Dusit Hotel Nikko Manila Garden, the Hotel Intercontinental Manila, and the New World Renaissance Hotel.
  • Rockwell Center is the other first-class shopping center in Makati. Rockwell features the large Power Plant Mall popular with expatriates. At the periphery of the center are many high-class residential condominium towers, the Asian Eye Institute, and the Ateneo Professional Schools main campus, which houses the Ateneo School of Law, the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, and the Ateneo School of Government.
  • Other shopping centers. The Cash and Carry Supermarket in the west along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) features many products at low prices. Makati Cinema Square, along Pasong Tamo Road, used to be a popular shopping mall with the residents. Adjacent to the Makati Cinema Square is the big and modern Waltermart Mall. The Guadalupe Commercial Center, along EDSA and Pasig River is a middle-class shopping center frequented by residents from the poorer areas of Makati. PureGold is another independent Supermarket located at the end of J.P. Rizal Street, Barangay Singkamas. Shopwise, another popular Supermarket Chain in the Philippines, is situated at Pasong Tamo corner Vito Cruz.
Housing and Residences

Many of the country's wealthiest families live in Forbes Park and Dasmariñas Village, on the other side of EDSA from the Central Business District. Other well-to-do people live in San Lorenzo Village, Urdaneta Village, Bel-Air, and Magallanes Village; others live in condominium and apartment units in the Central Business District in Salcedo and Legaspi Villages. These villages are not rural settlements, but gated communities. The usage probably arose because most villages correspond to barangays. Most of the poor residents of the city live in the city's periphery specially in the eastern portions of Rizal, East and West Rembo, Pembo, Comembo, Cembo, South Cembo, and Pitogo.

Housing, especially for the poor residents of the city, remains an acute problem. Many people in the provinces migrate to Metro Manila looking for better living. Subsequently, many of them end up squatting in many areas of the metropolis. In Makati, the squatters live in poor shanties along Pasig River and in the eastern areas.

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Educational Institutions in Makati City, Philippines

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School year 2017-2018 starts Monday, June 5, 2017 and ends Friday, April 6, 2018, for public elementary and secondary schools. The School Year shall consist of 204 school days inclusive of the five-day In-Service Training and the four days for the Parent-Teacher Conferences (PTC) conducted every quarter. However, learners are expected to be in school for a total of 195 class days.

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PUBLIC NOTICE: Why pretend that the National language of the Philippines is Tagalog? It should be English. To be a Teacher, doctor, lawyer, engineer, architect, nurse, computer technician; what books do you learn from? English books of course. All your tests are in English. The constitution of the Philippines is written in English. All the laws and new laws introduced by congress are in English. For that matter, you can't be a teacher in a school system unless you know English. The "Licensure Exam for Teachers" is in ENGLISH! Who are these people forcing Tagalog down our throats? Tagalog is simply one of the many dialects of the Philippines. Keep your dialects but learn and be proficient in ENGLISH.


Elementary Schools in Makati City

Public Elementary Schools in Makati City:
  1. Cembo Elementary School
  2. Guadalupe Viejo Elementary School
  3. Makati Elementary School
  4. San Jose Elementary School
  5. Comembo Elementary School
  6. East Rembo Elementary School
  7. Fort Bonifacio Elementary School
  8. Pembo Elementary School
  9. Rizal Elementary School
  10. Tibagan Elementary School
  11. West Rembo Elementary School
  12. Bangkal Elementary School
  13. Bangkal Elementary School I
  14. Bangkal Elementary School II
  15. Bangkal Elementary School III
  16. Hen. Pio del Pilar Elementary School
  17. Hen. Pio del Pilar Elementary School I
  18. Francisco Benitez Elementary School
  19. Jose Magsaysay Elementary School (Francisco Benitez Elementary School II)
  20. Maximo Estrella Elementary School
  21. Nicanor C. Garcia, Sr. Elementary School
  22. Guadalupe Nuevo Elementary School
  23. Nemesio I. Yabut Elementary School
  24. Pitogo Elementary School
  25. South Cembo Elementary School
  26. Francisco Benitez Elementary School III
  27. La Paz Elementary School
  28. Palanan Elementary School
  29. San Antonio Village Elementary School


High Schools in Makati City

Public High Schools in Makati City:
  1. Benigno Aquino High School - Aguho St., Comembo
  2. Don Bosco Technical Institute
  3. Fort Bonifacio High School - J. P. Rizal Extension, West Rembo
  4. Gen. Pio del Pilar National High School - F. Zobel cor Morong St., Poblacion
  5. Makati High School - Gen. Luna St., Poblacion
  6. Makati West High School (Makati Science High School) - Oasis St., Poblacion
  7. San Antonio National High School - Mayapis St., San Antonio
  8. San Isidro National High School - Borneo St., San Isidro
  9. Fort Bonifacio High School - Pitogo HS Annex - Negros St., Pitogo

Colleges and Universities in Makati City

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School year 2017-2018 starts Monday, June 5, 2017 and ends Friday, April 6, 2018, for public elementary and secondary schools. The School Year shall consist of 204 school days inclusive of the five-day In-Service Training and the four days for the Parent-Teacher Conferences (PTC) conducted every quarter. However, learners are expected to be in school for a total of 195 class days.

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PUBLIC NOTICE: Why pretend that the National language of the Philippines is Tagalog? It should be English. To be a Teacher, doctor, lawyer, engineer, architect, nurse, computer technician; what books do you learn from? English books of course. All your tests are in English. The constitution of the Philippines is written in English. All the laws and new laws introduced by congress are in English. For that matter, you can't be a teacher in a school system unless you know English. The "Licensure Exam for Teachers" is in ENGLISH! Who are these people forcing Tagalog down our throats? Tagalog is simply one of the many dialects of the Philippines. Keep your dialects but learn and be proficient in ENGLISH.


Makati City is home to the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), which is Asia's top graduate school for MBA students. AIM, located along Paseo de Roxas across Greenbelt began as a collaborative project of the Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle University. The Ateneo Professional Schools, a unit of the Ateneo de Manila University has facilities in Rockwell Center and Salcedo Village. The Rockwell campus houses the Ateneo School of Law the Ateneo Graduate School of Business]], and the Ateneo School of Government. The Salcedo campus houses the Ateneo Information Technology Institute. De La Salle University's Professional Schools also operates in RCBC Tower along Ayala Avenue.

Other notable colleges and Universities in Makati are the Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries (ASCM), Assumption College, Colegio San Agustin, Asia Pacific College, Centro Escolar University's Makati campus, the University of Makati. Assumption College, in San Lorenzo Village, is an all-female college. The University of Makati (officially, Pamantasan ng Makati) is a university run by the city government.

List of Colleges and Universities in Makati City
  1. AMA Computer College
  2. Asia Pacific College
  3. Asian Institute of Management (AIM)
  4. Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries (ASCM)
  5. Assumption College
  6. Ateneo Professional Schools
  7. Centro Escolar University Makati
  8. Colegio San Agustin
  9. Colegio de Sta. Rosa
  10. De La Salle Professional Schools, Inc.
  11. Lyceum of the Philippines College of Law
  12. Mapua Institute of Technology
  13. Saint Paul College
  14. STI Makati
  15. University of Makati

Health and Medical Facilities in Makati City

There are twenty-eight (28) health centers in Makati city’s barangays, providing free consultation and treatment daily (Monday to Friday) 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 pm to 5 pm, under the supervision of the Makati Health Department.

Services offered include general consultation, maternal care, child care (i.e., immunization, etc.), nutrition service, dental services, and communicable disease control among others.

Makati city also has three (3) lying-in clinics, two (2) main laboratories and four (4) satellite laboratories in the city’s barangays. Outpatient EMERGENCY cases can consult any day. As needed, patients are referred to hospitals for further management and evaluation.

Public Health Centers

District I District II
Carmona Health Center
H. Santos St., Pasong Tamo, Carmona
Pembo Health Center
Santan St., Pembo
Kasilawan Health Center
C. Francisco St., Kasilawan
Comembo Health Center
National Road, Comembo
Singkamas Health Center
3816 F. Nazario St., Singkamas
West Rembo Health Center
National Road, West Rembo
Sta. Cruz Health Center
Yague St., Santa Cruz
East Rembo Health Center
5th Ave., East Rembo
La Paz Health Center
Dumas cor., Archimedes St., La Paz
South Cembo Health Center
Gen. Luna St., South Cembo
Tejeros Health Center
H. Santos St., Tejeros
Cembo Health Center
Kalayaan Ave., Cembo
San Antonio Health Center
Mayapis St., San Antonio
Rizal Health Center
Amarillo St., Rizal
San Isidro Health Center
Ford cor. Marcono Sts., San Isidro
Pitogo Health Center
Leyte St., Pitogo
Pio Del Pilar Health Center
Washington St., Pio del Pilar
Guadalupe Viejo Health Center
Adalla St., Guadalupe Viejo
Palanan Health Center
4513 Casino St., Palanan
Poblacion Health Center
A. Mabini St., Poblacion
Pio del Pilar RHU
Apolinaryo cor. Arguelles St., Pio del Pilar
Pinagkaisahan Health Center
Danlig cor. Tolentino Sts., Pinagkaisahan
Bangkal Health Center
P. Binay St., Bangkal
Guadalupe Nuevo Health Center
Nuestra Senora St., Guadalupe Nuevo
Valenzuela Health Center
Hormiga St., cor. Pililia, Valenzuela


Lying-In Centers and Puericulture Centers

Lying-In Centers Puericulture Centers
Bangkal Lying-in Center
P. Binay St., Bangkal
Olympia Puericulture Center
Fortuna St. Bgy. Olympia
Guadalupe Nuevo Lying-in Center
Nuestra Senora St., Guadalupe Nuevo
Palanan Puericulture Center
4513 Casino St., Palanan
Comembo Lying-in Center
National Road, Comembo
Dona Juana Puericulture Center
Rodriguez Ave., Bangkal


Hospitals

  • Fort Bonifacio General Hospital
    • Fort Bonifacio, Makati City 1201
    • Tel: 812-7431 loc. 4621/ Fax: 812-7431 loc. 4603
  • Healthkard Hospital
    • 104 Herrera St., Legaspi Village, Makati City
    • Tel: 810-5221
  • Jose Viray Memorial Hospital
    • Fort Bonifacio, Makati City 1201
    • 3525 Mola St., Makati City 1200
Secondary
  • Manila Naval Hospital Bonifacio Naval Station,
    • Bonifacio Naval Station, Fort Bonifacio, Makati City
    • Tel: 892-8205/844-6716/ Fax: 892-8261
  • Maria Lourdes Maternity Hospital
    • 1076 Don Chino Roces Ave., Kalayaan, Makati City 1231
    • Tel: 895-3846 to 47/ Fax: 836-8969
    • Email: saintsmd@philonline.com
  • M-Tech Medical Hospital, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Center
    • 2/F Goodland Bldg., 379 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Bel-Air Village, Makati City
    • Tel: 896-6751
Tertiary
  • Makati Medical Center
    • No. 2 Amorsolo Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City
    • Tel: 815-9911/892-5544/ Fax: 819-5423
    • Email: mmc@makatimed.ph
  • Ospital ng Makati-Ayala
    • Malungay St., Makati City
  • Ospital ng Makati Acute Care Center
    • Malugay Street, Barangay Bel-Air, Makati City
  • Ospital ng Makati-Pembo
    • Sampaguita St., Brgy. Pembo, Fort Bonifacio, Makati City
    • Tel: (632)882-6316
    • Fax: (632)893-0702
  • St. Claire's Medical Center
    • 1838 Dian St., Palanan, Makati City
    • Tel: 831-6511 to 14/831-5445

Economy of Makati City, Philippines

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Jobs in Makati City

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Natural Resources of Makati City, Philippines

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It is sad but true that as of the year 2012 the rivers of the Philippines continue to be the #1 Sewer Systems of the Philippines.

Protect & Save the Rivers. Do not let your sewer drain into the river. Your community can be the first to initiate this project.
Build your riverbank protection with a built-in gutter system. Reforest within Ten Years - Guaranteed!


Let us plant more trees in every barangay in the entire Philippines. It does not make any difference if the barangay is urban, partially urban or rural; we need more trees. Trees will prevent erosion, provide oxygen, prevent green house effect, and even a place of business for the shade tree mechanic.

The Philippines is a tropical country and practically anything will grow. The DENR has the planting trees project that goes on every year. Lots of picture taking for the media. Planting trees one by one is the "human" way of doing it. This individual planting of trees is good if done to "line" the roads and highways with trees or along fences or property divisions, or if you have a plantation.

To reforest the nation of the Philippines we have to plant trees the "mother nature" way. Sow the seeds during the rainy season. Go deep into "bald" forests and plant trees by sowing seeds. If there's not enough volunteers to do this, use the military helicopters to fly over the designated areas and sow the seeds.

Guaranteed within a few years, The Philippines will be lush again. >>Read More


We are using our rivers as our sewer system. If you ask a Filipino, "Are the Filipinos a clean people?" The answer is an automatic, "Yes!". However, the Filipinos are suffering from the same disease or attitude as most people do, and that is the "NIMBY" disease or "NIMBY" attitude. (NIMBY) Not In My Back Yard. So it is OK to dump my garbage and sewer there. Not mine! Someone else will take care of it.

This attitude is killing our rivers. Your great-grandparents, grandparents or parents were once proud to tell the stories of how they enjoyed swimming in the river behind your house or nearby. However, you can't say the same or tell the same stories to your kids or grand kids. Why? Because your generation is killing the river.

Contact:

  • Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Visayas Avenue, Diliman, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines
  • +63-2-929-6626
  • osec@denr.gov.ph

We have so much water in the Philippines and yet very little to drink.


Instead of relying too much on Diesel fuel and Coal to generate the majority of Philippine's Electrical energy Supply, we can concentrate more on renewable and sustainable source of energy such as: Hydro Power, Solar Power, and Wind Power and thermal energy conversion. We have too many black outs.

Tourists Attractions of Makati City, Philippines

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Festivals, Fiestas and Traditions of Makati City, Philippines

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The cities or municipalities usually have yearly festivals where all the barangays participate. The cities or municipalities hold contests for the best floats in parades.

Featured News of The Philippines

  • Philippine dollar reserves rise in November aided by strong peso
  • Saturday, December 8, 2018
The country’s dollar reserves rose slightly in November as the relative strength of the peso in the weeks following the central bank’s aggressive string of rate hikes pushed many dollar holders to liquidate their positions.
Preliminary data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) showed the country’s gross international reserves rose to $75.49 billion as of end-November 2018 ........... Full Story»

  • Foreign investment pledges rise 6.5% to P45.9 billion in Q3
  • Friday, December 7, 2018 12:00 am
MANILA, Philippines — Foreign investment pledges approved by the country’s investment promotion agencies rose 6.5 percent in the third quarter, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported yesterday.
Commitments approved in the third quarter went up to P45.9 billion from P43 billion in the same period last year ........... Full Story»

  • Festivals in the month of November in the philippines

Adivay: November : La Trinidad, Benquet ★ Banaag Festival: November 1 : Anilao, Iloilo ★ P'yagsawitan Festival: November 3rd week: Maragusan Compostela Valley ★ Binabayani Festival: November Last week: Olongapo, Zamboales ★ Tan-OK ni Ilocano Festival: November third week: Ilocos Norte ★ Crown Festival: November 3rd week: Taytay, Rizal ★ Tumba (Candle) Festival: November 2: San Luis, Batangas ★ Pinta Flores Festival: November 3 to 5: San Carlos City, Negros Occidental ★ San Carlos City Fiesta: November 4: San Carlos City, Negros Occidental ★ Angono Arts Festival: November 5 to 25: Angono, Rizal ★


  • PH in historic World Cup qualifier victory
  • Saturday, December 8, 2018 2:00 am
The Philippines has won the T20 Cricket World Cup qualifier after comfortably beating Indonesia, 138-110, in the final match of the week-long, four-nation tournament.
Earlier in the day, South Korea beat second-placed Japan to put the Philippines in an unbeatable position heading into its last game against Indonesia ............................... Full Story»

Makati News

Makati to donate P22.7 million to Ompong-ravaged areas

By Jel Santos

The local government unit (LGU) of Makati City will extend P22,750,000 cash assistance to 18 provinces and 34 cities and municipalities which were placed under “state of calamity” when Typhoon Ompong hit the country.

According to Mayor Abigail Binay, the City Council recently passed City Ordinance No. 2018-102 to appropriate the said amount.

It intends to support the ongoing rehabilitation and recovery programs of the cities, municipalities and provinces in six regions badly devastated by the typhoon in September.

“We would like to help out fellow local government units with their efforts to recover from the severe damage inflicted by Ompong. We hope our donations can somehow alleviate the plight of the victims,” she said.

Under City Ordinance No. 2018-102, the LGU has allocated P8,250,000 for selected provinces in Regions I, II, III and the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR).

Meantime, for the 34 cities and municipalities in the said regions, the city has appropriated P14,500,000.

Under the guidelines for financial assistance to disaster-affected areas in the country, adopted through City Ordinance No. 2017-006, the Makati Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) approved a maximum of P500,000 financial assistance to affected provinces with at least 5,001 or higher number of affected families. For those with at least 2,000 to 5,000 affected families, P250,000 will be given.

Through Presidential Proclamation No. 593 issued on September 25, Regions I, II, III, and CAR were declared under the state of calamity due to “widespread destruction and substantial damages and deaths.”

Makati City, Philippines supports Philippine Cycling

Philippine Cycling is about cycling in the Philippnes. Philippine Cycling helps promote bike races, cycling clubs, bicycle tours, and the development of bicycle trails. Activities are coordinated with bike shops and cycling clubs throughout the Philippines to promote the fun of riding bikes. Philippine Cycling will be coordinating events with tour of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Road biking and mountain bikings will be promoted by Philippine Cycling.
Cycling Activity to Participate In

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  • ILOILO CITY, April 27-May 2, 2015 (PNA) – Some 5,000 bikers are expected to join the second Iloilo Bike Festival slated April 27-May 2, 2015 as the city continues to aspire to become a bike-able walkable metropolis. The activity that supported by the John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU) and Megaworld Iloilo aims to promote Iloilo as a safe and bike friendly city, promote the share-a-road movement encourage Ilonggos to commute via biking and raise Ilonggos awareness on the benefits of biking on health, safety and environment concerns. Read More....
  • CYCLING Le Tour de Filipinas 2015 set as country celebrates 60 years of top-caliber cycling Feb 1 to Feb 4 2015 - View the result of the race: A four stage race. Stage 1 starts in Balanga and back to Balanga for a 126K race Feb 1, 2015 (Sunday); stage 2 starts in Balanga, Bataan to Iba, Zambales for a 154.7 K race Feb 2, 2015 (Monday); stage 3 starts in Iba, Zambales to Lingayen, Pangasinan for a 150.1K race Feb 3, 2015 (Tuesday); stage 4 starts in Lingayen, Pangasinan to Baguio City, Benguet for a 101.7K race Feb 4, 2015 (Wednesday). For a total distance of 532.5 Kms. Read More >>>
  • Ronda Pilipinas: Feb 8 - 27 2015:>> Discovering young riders for the national team will be the main objective of the LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2015 when the country’s premiere cycling race hits the road on Feb. 8 in Butuan City. Ronda Pilipinas executive project director Moe Chulani said the international multistage bikathon, which ends on Feb. 27, will have two qualifying legs of four stages each in Mindanao and the Visayas where the top riders will advance to face a tough foreign challenge in the six-stage Luzon finale. Read More>>>

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The oldest man or woman in Makati City, Philippines

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