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Education
by Win Gatchalian on December, 10, 2019

Focus on quality education pushed as PH students lag globally in Reading, Math, Science

The results of a global survey where the Philippines ranked lowest in Reading Comprehension and ranked second to the lowest in both Math and Science are no surprise to Senator Win Gatchalian.

Public Order & Safety
by Win Gatchalian on December, 4, 2019

Maritime safety standards compliance needed

As Typhoon Tisoy (international name Kammuri) continues to batter the country, Senator Win Gatchalian calls for the enhancement of maritime safety to avoid a repeat of maritime accidents in the past.

Energy
by Win Gatchalian on December, 3, 2019

LPG safety regulation needed amid LPG-related accidents in the country

Filipino households will no longer have to deal with the consequences of having illegally-refilled and poor-quality Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders once the LPG Act is passed, according to Senator Win Gatchalian.

Education
by Win Gatchalian on December, 3, 2019

Amid criticisms, New Clark City Sports Complex won’t be a waste

Senator Win Gatchalian said that the New Clark City Sports Complex will not be a waste after the staging of the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in the country, while seeking to establish a national high school fully dedicated to Philippine sports that will later use these facilities.

Education
by Win Gatchalian on December, 2, 2019

Institutionalized financial literacy course in all school levels needed

Senator Win Gatchalian wants to make an Economics and Personal Finance (EPF) course mandatory in all levels, a move that can boost financial literacy nationwide.

Energy
by Win Gatchalian on November, 30, 2019

More resolutions filed to probe NGCP

After last week’s filing of Senate Resolution No. 219 seeking to scrutinize the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines’ (NGCP) mandate in safeguarding the grid amid national security concerns, Senator Win Gatchalian has filed three more resolutions in his desire to probe NGCP.