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Chevening scholars

Chevening scholars

UK Minister for Asia Amanda Milling (center) meets with Filipino Chevening scholars, some of the best and the brightest in the country, to look back at their time in prestigious UK universities and how the Chevening experience contributes to the work they do today. With Milling are (front row, from left) Chevening Alumni Foundation of the Philippines Inc. chairman and Metro Pacific Investments Corp. director for government relations and public affairs Atty. Mike Toledo, British Ambassador-Designate Laure Beaufils, CAFPI president Rep. Ron Salo, Chevening officer Cara San Pedro, (second row) Nipa Brew chief executive Stephen Co, CAFPI chairman emeritus and University of the Philippines president Danny Concepcion, ( third row) UN Women and UNDP consultant Jean Palma and Department of Foreign Affairs acting director for international economic relations Ira Valdez, and CAFPI vice president and Land Bank of the Philippines senior vice president Elcid Pangilinan.

Topics: Filipino Chevening scholars , UK Minister for Asia Amanda Milling

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