Essay about A Research on the Reproductive Health Bill in Philippines

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A paper on the Reproductive Health Bill in Philippines
1. Introduction
As of 2014, Philippines has a population of 100,617,630 people, making it the twelfth most populated country in the world. The current population has an increase of almost sixteen million people since the year 2000 and is estimated to increase even more over the next 37 years . Overpopulation can be seen in all parts of Philippines including Dumaguete, which has a population of 120,883 people and has an average of 6 persons per household . Overpopulation can cause a strain on the economy as more resources are needed in education, health and infrastructure of the country . Asides from this, overpopulation also leads to a high unemployment rate as there are insufficient
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A paper on the Reproductive Health Bill in Philippines
1. Introduction
As of 2014, Philippines has a population of 100,617,630 people, making it the twelfth most populated country in the world. The current population has an increase of almost sixteen million people since the year 2000 and is estimated to increase even more over the next 37 years . Overpopulation can be seen in all parts of Philippines including Dumaguete, which has a population of 120,883 people and has an average of 6 persons per household . Overpopulation can cause a strain on the economy as more resources are needed in education, health and infrastructure of the country . Asides from this, overpopulation also leads to a high unemployment rate as there are insufficient jobs for the huge population and this will eventually lead to people living in poverty .
Some causes of overpopulation in Philippines include the lack of information about contraception especially among the poor, the illegality of abortion and the unavailability of modern contraception .
This paper will give an overview of the reproductive health bill in Philippines. It will cover the advantages and disadvantages of the health bill, difficulty in implementing the bill and ways to overcome difficulties in implementing the RH bill.
2. Implementation of Reproductive Health bill in Philippines
In order to tackle the problem of overpopulation, the government of Philippines introduced the Reproductive Health Bill (RH bill). The bill will include
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