• The Pros and Cons of Rh Bill
    Population II. Pros of the RH Bill III. Cons of The RH Bill IV. Conclusion THE PROS AND CONS OF THE R.H BILL The Philippines is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, with an estimated 103,775,002 number of inhabitants as of...
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  • Phillipine Problem: Population Explotion
    Philippine Problem: Population Explosion I. INTRODUCTION What makes the population explosion a problem? This splurge of growth alerts politicians and economists because of the reason that human beings need resources in order to survive. Since there are limited resources, there would...
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  • Corruption as a Political Challenge in Philippines
    . • Population Explosion. Philippines birth rate is one of the highest in the world. It brings more social problem and it slows down economic growth. Population growth must be controlled. • Weak infrastructure. The government should continue building roads, improve...
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  • Apessay
    in the heading and – towards the end of the piece – the conclusion of Dr. Sandejas that the Philippines does not need a policy on family planning. "On the first point, while one might quibble about what constitutes an 'explosion' and what is just very rapid growth, the attached graph based on UN...
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  • Pinatubo
    Philippine population. The responses before, during and after the eruption led to how much damage the local surroundings received. Before the eruption, daily alerts from the whole media including television stations and newspapers plus the NGOs were sent directly to inhabitants who were in danger while...
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  • Philippines Underdevelopment
    correlation between low income and high population growth. According to CIA World Fact book, the Philippines' population has been exploded to 101,833,939 as of July, 2011 with a population growth rate of 1.903%. Population explosion is a big burden to the economy which neutralizes sustainable growth and...
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  • Spanish
    Introduction to the Civil War 4. The Church and the Civil War Introduction to the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars 5. The Spanish-American and Philippine Wars “Introduction to the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars,” in Nineteenth-Century Saints at War, ed. Robert C. Freeman (Provo, UT: Religious...
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  • Poverty
    rapid increase in poverty is population explosion. On the other side, population here in the Philippines is getting bigger and bigger. The space that can accumulate the people living is getting diminutive. Foods and services for the people are getting scarce also. The higher the population grows...
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  • Trends and Issues in Education
    Introduction The dramatic technological revolution ushered the new millennium. Global society is now in the midst of diverse, complex, media-saturated environment. We are faced with immerging issues like global warming, poverty, health issues, population explosion and many more. However...
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  • American Imeprailsm Dbq
    in trouble. Document 2: According to the chart, what were the most dramatic changes in Hawaiian population between 1853 and 1920? According to the chart the most dramatic changes in Hawaiian population took place between the years 1878-1900. What led to this change? The cause of the drop...
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  • Mining
    Outline: I. Introduction II. The Philippine Mining Act of 1995 A. Provisions B. Restrictions III. Mining in Antique A. Implications a. Economically b. Environmentally B. People’s point of view IV. Conclusion Research Question: Mining in Antique...
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  • Business, Government and Society
    Philippines can be relatively unsafe. Factory explosions have been occurring in the country with some coming from fireworks factories. The most recent explosion happened on 29 January 2009, killing eight people and injuring at least 70 people. Businesses can improve the safety in the workplace through the...
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  • The hope in diminishing the poverty in the Philippines
    . The cause of poverty is the growth of population. In 1980, the population of the Philippines was 47.4M then on 2012, it raised for up to 96.71M. 2. The cause of poverty is a high birth rate. The birth rate of the Philippines was 24.62/1000 population since 2013. 3. The cause of poverty is that...
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  • Overpopulation in the Philippines
    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN THE PHILIPPINES INTRODUCTION It has been a politically perceived issue that there is over population in the Philippines. This issue has been constantly blamed for the aggravating poverty situation. One side is claiming that unbridled population increase is...
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  • Humanities Mt Pinatubo
    are an LEDC country. Conclusion How can the existing Mitigation measures at Mt Pinatubo be improved? To answer this question, findings have been collected. These include that the Philippines is on the ring of fire and there is a major potential for danger in these areas. The eruption was...
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  • The Culture of the Phillipines
    . Description of the Philippine Sub-Culture Based on the census conducted by the National Statistics Office, the recent growth rate of the Philippine’s was 0.04 percent higher than the annual growth during that of the nineties. If this average annual growth rate continues, the population of the Philippines...
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  • Ample Foodgrain Stocks and Poverty
    It is a myth that world hunger is the unavoidable result of food scartity due to the population explosion aggravated by weather changes. It prevents deciscionmakers from taking appropriate actions. "The way people think about hunger is the greatest obstacle to ending it," says Peter Rosset...
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  • Ipo's
    RECOMMENDATIONS Conclusion The competition among Ukay-Ukay store heats up because of the rising population of Ukay-Ukay clothes. The e-bidding System provides features of both advertisement and bidding through the use of World Wide Web (because of its popularity) with good...
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  • Intro - Impact of Sns
    . Since the advent of social networking sites (SNS) here in the Philippines, SNS usage has been widely accepted by a number of Filipino populations. It has been a part of the Filipinos’ daily routine. The acceptance of SNS in the Philippines could be attributed to the friendliness of the Filipino and the...
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  • Firecracker Should Be Banned in the Philippines
    is very dangerous because it can affect our body to have illness, having a accidents. The causes for these accidents is misbehavior in using fireworks, it can cause damage to infrastructure. CONCLUSION For being a student I conclude that firecrackers should be banned in the Philippines including...
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