This chapter presents the background of the study which presents the historical background of the problem being presented in specific and general point of view, objectives of the study, which deals with the concise explanation of what is to be achieved by the study; scope and limitations of the study, which presents the range and limit of the study; locale of the study which presents the exact location of the project and significance of the study that tells the importance of the project and how the study would be beneficial to specific people and other parts of the society.
Background of the Study
The Municipality of Bacoor is a first class urban municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. It is a lone district congressional district of Cavite. A sub-urban area, the town is located approximately sixteen kilometers away from Manila, on the southeastern shore of Manila Bay, at the northwest portion of the province with an area of fifty two point four square kilometers. Bordered to the east by Las Piñas City and Muntinlupa City in Metro Manila, to the south is Dasmariñas, to the west are Kawit and Imus and to the north by Bacoor Bay an inlet of Manila Bay. Bacoor's is separated from Las Piñas by the Zapote River and from Imus and Kawit by Bacoor River.
Registration of births in the Philippines today is compulsory under the Registration of Birth Act, 1969 and rules framed there under. The information regarding all births is to be given in the prescribed form to the registrar of birth within twenty one days from date of a birth.
In the Canada the process for a registration of birth, according to the Office of the Registrar General, takes about 16 weeks. In our experience, however, the time has ranged from 4 to 7 months. The process is exactly the same as a regular registration of birth only that this process will have two additional forms. Also, the mother will have to provide her birth certificate. If everything is...
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