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What happened in 2010 in the Philippines?

What happened in 2010 in the Philippines?

October 18 – Typhoon Megi, locally known as Juan, hits northern Luzon. It was among the most intense tropical cyclones ever recorded. October 25 – Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections are held in the Philippines.

What is the rate of death during the year 2010 in the Philippines?

5.2 deaths per thousand
Reported deaths in 2010 reached 488, 265, this was 1.5 percent higher from previous year’s record of 480,820 deaths resulting to a crude death rate (CDR) of 5.2 deaths per thousand mid-year populations.

What happened in the Philippines in 2011?

December 10 – Parañaque plane crash kills 14 people in a slum area. December 16–18 – Typhoon Sendong (international name Washi) crossed the Visayas and Mindanao region, leaving almost 1,500 people dead and more than thousands missing.

Who ran for Philippine president in 2010?

2010 Philippine presidential election

Nominee Benigno Aquino III Joseph Estrada
Party Liberal PMP
Running mate Mar Roxas Jejomar Binay
Popular vote 15,208,678 9,487,837
Percentage 42.08% 26.25%

What are the top 10 causes of death in the Philippines?

The leading causes of death are diseases of the heart, diseases of the vascular system, pneumonias, malignant neoplasms/cancers, all forms of tuberculosis, accidents, COPD and allied conditions, diabetes mellitus, nephritis/nephritic syndrome and other diseases of respiratory system.

What is the biggest killer in Philippines?

The top three causes of death in the country in 2020 were ischaemic heart diseases (105,110 or 17.1 percent of the total deaths in the country), neoplasms or cancer (66,180 deaths or 10.8 percent of the total), and cerebrovascular diseases (64,100 deaths or 10.5 percent of the total).

Who’s the 15th President 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

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