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Rh Bill in the Philippines

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Rh Bill in the Philippines

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Introduction
The Philippines is having a large population and this results to poverty, so the Government of the Philippines decided to pass the Reproductive Health Bill or also known as RH BILL. The RH BILL is aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on maternal care and birth control. Since RH BILL is heard here in the Philippines, many thoughts have entered people’s mind, what is it for? Obviously it is for population control. The Bill focuses principally on the social welfare of the people. More importantly, through this, population will be controlled. Population is admittedly one of the many causes of our poverty since the government had difficulty in addressing the needs of its people. RH Bill assures the availability and access to a full range of methods, techniques, supplies and services that contribute to reproductive and sexual health and well-being. With these, our number will become manageable and eventually, our country will be in progress. We can prevent abortion and post abortion complications will be managed. We can free ourselves from sexually transmitted diseases and more importantly the education and counseling on sexuality and sexual reproductive health will be disseminated by the different government agencies. But some other people is still against in this bill, especially the Catholic Church. They believe that the issue in over-population was the first reason why RH BILL was made is nothing else but a LIE. They believe that poverty in millions of Filipino is caused by over-population but rather they believe it is caused by Corruption.