The Perception on RH Bill of Catholic Students of STI College Alabang Introduction:
This research of RH Bill is to study How properly use Contaceptives or Condom? Because many people didn’t use contraceptives or condom. That’s why, Many solutions have ben made to alleviate these problem but none of them seem to work. One of which is The Reproductive Health Bill of the Philippines or RH Bill. This bill allows Filipinos access to contraceptives and an opportunity to be enlightened on the topic of family planning. The bill was introduced in 1998 but somewhat died in the years after. Not until the year 2011 that the congress decided to once gaib open its door for discussion on the RH Bill. The basic condition of this bill is to introduce Filipinos and distribute to them family planning devices. It also aims for health care centers all over the country to circulate information on how to properly use them. Companies and schools are also encouraged to do the same with their employees and students. Through this, the bill intends to alleviate the problem of overpopulation in the Philippines. The bill, like any other thing in the world is surrounded by controversies. It is actually a really good bill but a lot of people are opposing it. The number one group who opposes it is the Catholic Church. Though not entirely stated in the bill, the Church implies that the bill entails abortion, something that is greatly against the teaching and morals of the Church. We are devout Catholic but we think the Chruch herself needs to be enlightened on what the RH Bill is really about. This is just an introduction to what RH Bill is about and we stand on the issue.
Statement of the Problem :
This study aim to determine the perceptions of Students of STI College Alabang. Specifically, This tries to answer the following questions : 1. How does the enactment of RH Bil affects the perception of Catholic Students...