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Noteworthy are the construction of the two-room laboratory furnished with computer units and two sets of microscale chemistry kit in Talavera National High School, Nueva Ecija and provision of 30 units of electronic book reader to Los Banos National High School, Laguna.

HB 6575 or the Chemistry Law of 2010 – The rapid developments in science and technology, specifically chemistry requires the reformulation of existing Chemistry Law since 1952 to make it responsive to modern developments.Just before 2012 ended eight of these bills have been passed on third reading by the House, and one of which has been enacted into law.Enacted into law was Republic Act 10344 otherwise known as the Risk Reduction and Preparedness Equipment Protection Act. The science bills passed on third reading by the Members of the House of Representatives include: HB 5485 or the Sustainable Forests Ecosystem Management Act of 2011 which aims to “sustainably manage ecosystems all over the country that are continuously generating ecosystem services to society, mitigating climate change and enabling various sectors to adapt to climate change impacts, providing economic benefits and helping local communities in reducing poverty thru active cooperation and collaboration among stakeholders”.Similarly, it will continue to support program implementation leading to the development of science culture of the Filipinos. Lope of UP Diliman bagged the award for the Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) Prize for Young Scientists in the Philippines. The NAST Talent Search for Young Scientists award was given to Dr. In 2005, with a population of 84.5 million and a theoretical annual renewable water supply of 479 billion cubic meters (BCM), per capita availability of water was 5690 m3, which was five times the figure of 1000 m3 per capita per year which is used for benchmarking global water scarcity.Academician Romulo Davide is 2012 Ramon Magsaysay awardee for “his steadfast passion in placing the power and discipline of science in the hands of farmers in the Philippines, who have consequently multiplied their yields, created productive farming communities, and rediscovered the dignity of their labor.” Dr Davide is the older brother of former Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. Yu (Chemistry) of the De La Salle University (DLSU), Dr. Dalmacio (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology) of the UP Manila, Dr. Narisma (Atmospheric Science) of Ateneo de Manila University (Ad MU) and Dr. Mendoza (Economics) of Asian Institute of Management (AIM). However the realizable available water supply is much below those theoretical estimates because only about 1/3 of the country’s river systems are classified as suitable sources of water supply and up to 58% of groundwater is contaminated with coliform and therefore requires further treatment (CEA for the Philippines, ADB 2004).HB 6548 or the Mechanization Development for Agriculture, Fishery, Agro-Forestry and Forest Industries (AFFMech) Law seeks the “establishment of local tools and machinery industries and lessen dependency of agri and agro-industry sector in imported products, generate employment, decrease out-flow of foreign currency and provide reliable source of tools and machineries of international standards.

This would also enable local machineries producers to compete in foreign markets.

HB 6474 or the Food Safety Act addresses the lack of a “single coherent national policy that imposes measures to protect food from hazards as it moves along the food chain.

It aims to put in place a “coordinated system for ensuring the safety of food for local consumption and international trade; establish a more appropriate management system for public analytical service laboratories to protect health of the consuming public”. Palmones was awarded one of The Ten Outstanding Congressmen for 2011 by the Publishers Association of the Philippines. Meteorology, the first in the country and Southeast Asia.

Some of the measures forwarded by AGHAM to benefit the common people include HB 1603 or an Act Institutionalizing the Tribal Health Workers, HB 2005 – An Act Requiring Free Pulmonary Function Test and Treatment of Smoke-Related Diseases in Government Hospitals and Clinics and HB 6474 or the Food Safety Act. The NAST – LELEDFI Award for Outstanding Research in Tropical Medicine was given to the “The Long-Term Impact of Population-Based Chemotheraphy on Infection, Transmission and Morbidity” of Dr. Olveda of the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM).

Of equal significance is the capability enhancement activities being conducted by AGHAM for the voluntary health workers and community people. The Outstanding Book Award was given to the “Compendium of the Economically Important Seashells in Panay, Philippines” published by the UP Press.

HB 5860 or the Final Forests Limits Act of 2012 – the bill addresses the difficulty being encountered by government agencies mandated to delineate forest boundary.