Organizations and Institutions in the Philippines
Know the different private, public and non-profit organizations in the Philippines:
Department of Tourism
The Department of Tourism (Filipino: Kagawaran ng Turismo, DOT) is the executive department of the Philippine government responsible for the regulation of the Philippine tourism industry and the promotion of the Philippines as a tourist destination.
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Launched in 2012, “It’s More Fun in the Philippines!” is the country’s current tourism tagline. It promotes the ebullience of Filipinos and beauty and colorful side of the Philippines. This campaign also landed a spot on Warc 100 list of smartest marketing campaigns in the world.
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Trunkline: 459-5200 to 459-5230
Address: The New DOT Building, 351 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Philippines 1200
Pulse Asia Research, Inc. serves as one of the public opinion polling body in the Philippines and Asia. It is launched in 1999 by professional academics with acknowledged expertise in their respective fields of study, is dedicated to monitoring salient socio-economic, political and cultural issues in the minds of the Filipino public.
They are the ones conducting the Ulat ng Bayan (People’s Report) national survey, its regular quarterly probe into the Filipino’s perception and the national and local pre- and post-election polls; they also do a social science research on significant economic and social issues with the use of quantitative and quality methods.
Address: Rm. 217 Philippine Social Science Center, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 Philippines
Telephone No: (632) 92700-28/92700-29
Fax No: (632) 92610-49
Philippine Medical Association
Philippine Medical Association (PMA), the first medical association of the Philippines, is a fellowship of medical practitioners and component medical groups from the entire country. It is a member of World Medical Association (WMA) and co-founder of Confederation Medical Association of Asia and Oceania (CMAAO) and Medical Association of Southeast Asian of Nations (MASEAN).
Secretariat: PMA Bldg., North Avenue, Quezon City 1105
Tels.: (632) 929-7361; 926-2447; 929-6366 / Fax: (632) 929-6951
Mobile: (Membership Hotline) 0917-8221357
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an independent organization that is dedicated the conservation, research and restoration of the nature. WWF is working in around 100 countries and supported by almost 5 million people worldwide.
WWF-Philippines started working as a national organization of WWF network in 1997. WWF-Philippines successfully implemented various conservation projects to help protect the biological richness of some of the most biologically-significant ecosystems in Asia.
4th Floor JBD Plaza #65 Mindanao Avenue
Barangay Bagong Pag-asa
Quezon City 1105 Philippines
Tel: +632 920 79 23/26/31
Fax: +632 426 39 27
WWF-Philippines Satellite Office (Marketing & Corporate Relations)
88 Corporate Center
Valero corner Sedeño Streets, Makati City
Tel: +632 556 2597
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As a non-profit development institution, IBON Foundation, has dedicated its years providing information, incisive analysis, effective education especially when it comes to socioeconomic issues.
IBON Center, 114 Timog Ave., Quezon City, 1103 Philippines
Trunk Lines: +632 9277060 | +632 9277061
Fax: +632 9292496
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