"Reaction Paper About The Rh Bill" Essays and Research Papers

  • Reaction Paper About The Rh Bill

    Submitted by: Giorjann Matthew S. Querubin Submitted to: Mrs. Helen I. Rarela Reaction Paper: RH Bill First of all, RH-bill is a Philippine bill which would be implemented to control the population rate and to expand the knowledge about maternal care.  This means using of condoms and other stuff that will not make a woman pregnant. Actually, I’m still uncertain if I’ll be against the RH Bill or if I’ll be in favor of it because I want our population controlled and on the other...

    Birth control, Fertility, Human sexual behavior 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Reaction paper on RH Bill by Justine Mae Catbagan The first time I heard about RH bill, I totally ignore it thinking that it is not relevant for a young student like me. But recently because of the many debates on television and news about the RH Bill I realize that it is involve me and all the Filipinos even those who are not born yet. I am Pro RH bill thought I have limited knowledge about it because I think that it’s about time that we do something about the exploding population...

    Birth control, Education, Family 543  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill Position Paper

    Position Paper: Are you in favor of the RH Bill? Outline Proposition Statement: I am not in favor of the Reproductive Health Bill because it strikes down our morality and our conservative culture, allows the use of abortifacients which may increase the incidents of abortion, and it includes the use of government funds for contraceptives which I think is not justifiable. I. Introduction A. priest’s homily about RH Bill of the mass I attended B. debate between Senate and the Catholic Church ...

    Abortifacient, Abortion, Birth control 1453  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill Position Paper

    regarding my position about this RH Bill, I would strongly answer with, “I am against RH Bill”. “Why?” they would ask. Simply because as an economic student, I don’t believe that making this bill into a law would save our country from the great tragedies and problems that we’re facing. Some would say that my reasoning does not clearly justify my position but from the point of view of those who truly care for the economy of our country, they would not need further explanation about my reasoning. First...

    Economic development, Health care, Health care provider 864  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill Summary and Reaction

    Reproductive Health Bill (Summarize & Reaction) Requirementsin Environmental Issues NSCI 240 Submitted By: Gimelyn B. Tanquerido BSBA-1/R01 Submitted To: Dr. Leah Fernandez Reproductive Health Bill SEC. 1. Title * The Responsible Parenthood, Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2011 is the title and year proposed this law. SEC. 2. Declaration of Policy * That this law also focusing to the basic rights of all persons especially the women, parents, and couples...

    Family planning, Health, Health care 1342  Words | 5  Pages

  • Position Paper on Rh Bill

    POSITION PAPER ON POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION (POLIGOV) REGARDING THE RH BILL Submitted to: Mr. Rene Villanueva Poligov Professor Submitted by: Loise O. Morada BS Accountancy - A1A May 15, 2013 The Responsible Parenthood, Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2011, popularly known as the RH Bill, is a Philippine bill aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and...

    Abortion, Birth control, Birth rate 2356  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    my Twitter account was to follow the RH Bill trend. That was a few months back. Since then, I’ve managed to tweet even stuff not related to the RH Bill. Yesterday, I started tweeting about it again. A thirty-something woman started a tweet debate with me on the subject. Our tweet-versations covered the economics of the RH Bill up to its healthcare promises. We reached a point where this woman tweeted about unwanted teen pregnancies. She said that the RH Bill would prevent such a thing from happening...

    Abortion, Better, Birth control 944  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    A GUIDE TO ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BILL This matrix has been prepared by a group of Catholics who feel that a systematic comparison of the arguments for and against the reproductive health (RH) bill may still serve some purpose at this juncture. It may help to bring the debate from the emotional temper which has characterized it thus far, to a more rational temper in which both sides attempt to comprehend each other’s perspectives. It is hoped that this presentation will...

    Abortion, Birth control, Catholic Church 1503  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Is this bill really the answer to the uncontrolled growth and solution to our economic crisis? What are its effects that can help and harm us if the bill will be passed? Why is there no provision in the Reproductive Health Bill to educate women on the adverse effects of using artificial contraception, if the RH Bill promotes women's health? Is a child on a womb that detected to have a disease is needed to prevent from being born? I observe that 10 Filipino women are dying every day from causes...

    Abortion, Birth control, Combined oral contraceptive pill 1418  Words | 5  Pages

  • no to rh bill

    The RH bill would cause much higher prices of commodities and health care products in the Philippines because of the fact that businesses and hospitals would be compelled to offset the RH care expenses that they are going to pay for their workers. This bill is not good for everybody, as it would create a wave of economic regulations and controls. This might also cause the government to issue price controls and other regulatory edicts so to prevent companies and even hospitals from raising the prices...

    Demography, Filipino people, Human 891  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    hHouse passes RH bill on second reading By Karen Boncocan INQUIRER.net 2:16 am | Thursday, December 13th, 2012 MANILA, Philippines—After fourteen years of being stuck in Congress, legislators finally put to a historic vote and passed the Reproductive Health Bill before dawn Thursday. With 113 votes on affirmative, 104 negative and three abstention, the RH Bill was approved on second reading, the most critical voting period for a legislation. The lawmakers went on a lengthy nominal voting, in...

    Corazon Aquino, Legislatures, Party leaders of the United States Senate 2445  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rh Law

    REACTION PAPER Reproductive Health Bill was introduced by Congresswoman Bellaflor J. Angara -Castillo is also known as ³Reproductive Health Care Act of 2002´,assembled at Senateand House of Representatives of the Philippines, and now known as House Bill 5043 of 2008. It¶s been years since the bill was approved in the senate, due to some churchconflicts, biomedical ethical issues and some scientific research conflicts. Today thereare still lots of Filipino citizen who are now fully aware about this...

    AIDS, Birth control, Demography 903  Words | 3  Pages

  • rh bill

    Health Bill. Albay Representative Edcel Lagman and other representatives sponsor the Reproductive Health Bill, popularly known as RH Bill. With 113 votes on affirmative, 104 negative and 3 abstentions, the RH Bill passed the second reading although the Catholic Church is against with this bill. RH Bill is a very controversial issue nowadays here in the Philippines. There is a great debate about the RH Bill. Every Filipino has their own standing about his issue. Some are pro and some are anti RH Bill...

    Abortion, Birth control, Family planning 1322  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    2012 (Republic Act No. 10354), informally known as the Reproductive Health Law, is a law in the Philippines which guarantees universal access to methods on contraception, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care. While there is general agreement about its provisions on maternal and child health, there is great debate on its mandate that the Philippine government and the private sector will fund and undertake widespread distribution of family planning devices such as condoms, birth control pills and...

    Basilan, Dipolog City, Mindanao 1048  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Positive versus Negative According to the bill itself, the RH Bill aims to achieve the objectives which are: 1) provide different mediums to parents in order for them to plan for the number and birth spacing of their children; 2) allow women to finish their education and secure work after; 3) develop maternal, neonatal and child health; 4) reduce mortalities involving mothers and children; 5) eliminate abortion cases by averting unwanted pregnancies and; 6) alleviate poverty and hunger. In the...

    Abortion, Birth control, Family planning 1324  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    education is a huge problem. It causes lack of knowledge to improve their life, therefore parents end up having loads of children to work and support their family. Also because of lack of education children and adults in these countries are never taught about the dangers of not using contraception. In order to fulfill his desires, man exploits the environmental factors to a greater extent, by which the environment loses its natural capacity for self-stabilization. The impact of man's various activities...

    Demography, Environment, Human 1075  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BILL / RH BILL (PRO) Reproductive Health Bill or also known asRH Bill”, aims to control the population in the Philippines. It promotes family planning methods which are safe and legally permissible. It allows the people to use contraceptives to prevent unwanted pregnancies and abortion. Moreover, it assures an enabling environment where women and couples have the freedom of informed choice on the mode of family planning they want to adopt based on their needs, personal...

    Abortion, Birth control, Demography 1204  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Reproductive Health Bill was proposed was in 1998. During the present 15th Congress, the RH Bills filed are those authored by House Minority Leader Edcel Lagman of Albay, HB 96; Iloilo Rep. Janette Garin, HB 101, Akbayan Representatives Kaka Bag-ao & Walden Bello; HB 513, Muntinlupa Representative Rodolfo Biazon, HB 1160, Iloilo Representative Augusto Syjuco, HB 1520, Gabriela Rep. Luzviminda Ilagan. In the Senate, Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago has filed her own version of the RH bill which, she says...

    Abortion, Birth control, Family planning 1421  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Reproductive Health Bill The continuous debate on the proposed Reproductive Health Bill keeps on polarizing our country. The mere fact that the State and the Church are two separate entities has become more evident since the provisions of the RH Bill surfaced. The Catholic Church has been firm with its stand on the moral and religious principle of protecting human life. The Government, on the other hand, has intensified its campaign towards family planning including the artificial or modern...

    Birth control, Family, Family planning 828  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Reproductive Health bill he Reproductive Health bill , popularly known as the RH bill , is a Philippinebillaiming to guaranteeuniversal access to methods and information onbirth controland maternal care. The bill has become thecenter of a contentious national debate. There are presently two bills with the same goals: House BillNo. 96 or the Reproductive Health Act and Population and Development Act of 2010 introducedbyAlbay 1st districtrepresentativeEdcel Lagman, and Senate Bill No. 2378 or the ...

    Corazon Aquino, Demography, Family planning 804  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill Opinion

    My Opinion on the Advantages of RH Bill After a decade of long battle, the Philippines’ legislature approved the most controversial House Bill No. 96 authored by Rep. Edcel Lagman, also known as Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2010 which was approved by the legislative body last December 17, 2012, a landmark piece of legislation that will allow the government to provide basic funding for sex education and contraceptives. Actually, this was introduced more than 10...

    Abortion, Birth control, Combined oral contraceptive pill 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • For Rh Bill Is to Change the Course of Nature

    Ethics February 14, 2013 For Reproductive Health Bill is to Change the Course of Nature (Reaction paper from the article of Atty. Jose C. Sison entitled “Equally Important”) There are a lot of speculations regarding the future of the Filipino people after the implementation of the Reproductive Health Bill. Many pro- life advocates especially the leaders of the Catholic Church had released critiques and predictions about that which is termed as the change of the course of nature...

    Abortion, Combined oral contraceptive pill, Family planning 790  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Good grief! Less than two weeks after it was enacted into law, the still controversial Reproductive Health Law, otherwise known as Republic Act No. 10354 or the “Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of The RH law is now in the hands of our Supreme Court justices. Though I’m an atheist let me say this: “God help us…” 2012″, was challenged as unconstitutional in the Supreme Court on the ground that it “mocks the nation’s Filipino culture”. This is unbelievable. No, this ismadness...

    Catholic Church, Christianity, Freedom of religion 2266  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rh Bill or Pro Life?

    the use of such even though they truly want to limit their family size and to space delay the next birth. Surveys mention the following reaction: (1) Having experienced or fear of side effects. Female contraceptive method like pill, intrauterine device (IUD), and injectable have some disruptive effect on menstrual cycle. (2) Widespread perceptions and beliefs about potential hazards, based on ethnic concepts of anatomy and psychology. (3) Sexual modesty of women is offended by the medical examination...

    Abortion, Birth control, Combined oral contraceptive pill 2333  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rh Bill; Its Implication

    rh bill itReproductive health bill is a greatly and widely debated topic as of today. Everyone are voicing out his or her sentiments thereto. Some are in favor thereof and some are not. It is a political, constitutional, legal, sociological, scientific and, theological issue. The State, the Church, the ordinary constituent of the republic is involved. With the advent of this bill, there are questions that have to be answered. First, is it not a superfluity of already existing laws that contained...

    Family planning, Health, Health care 1976  Words | 6  Pages

  • Anti RH BILL

    “ANTI-RH BILL AKO! THAT’S WHY I SAY LIFE IS SIMPLER THEN” Surely, the proposed law spreads around nice words such as responsibility, healthcare, freedom, choice, development, rights, equality, couples, etc. Yet, it is nothing but an attempt to remove God from our government and society. When I told a friend that lines, he answered: “grabe naman kasi kayo, masyado kayong overreacting, masyado nyong ginagawang literal ang mga sciptures. sa sobrang pagkaliteral, yung mga sentiments na rinerelease nila...

    Demography, Marriage, Overpopulation 1032  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    Nilalaman: 1. Ang Reproductive Health Bill ay isang panukalang batas na ang pangunahing layon ay mapalawak ang kaisipan ng mamamayan sa kalusugang pisikal at sexual, pati na rin sa pagpaplano ng pamilya na ligtas, epektibo at abot kaya. Maraming magandang madudulot ang RH Bill, isa na ang pagpaplano ng pamilya at ligtas na pagbubuntis at panganganak ng kababaihan. Ngunit sa lahat ng magagandang dulot nito, may masamang epekto rin ang pagsasatupad ng RH Bill. Ang “sex” ay di na maituturing na Gawain...

    1824  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reaction Paper About Ivf

    Sharnela Kamil Sahidjuan BSN-1A Reaction paper The world, as we all know is going into high technological advances and its going real fast! Things that we never imagine possible is now a reality. Babies formed out of experiments, genetic diseases being corrected, solutions are being uncovered for medical problems we never thought we could solve, new ways to treat diseases and making real live human body organs, in years time the idea of human cloning may be a shocking...

    Biotechnology, Cell, DNA 1231  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill Stand

    to be discussed revolves around the very controversial House Bill no. 5043 or the Reproductive health Bill. As the first affirmative speaker, I discussed and opened the case by showing and proving to my co-debaters the problem (over population) that needs to be answered, by which the proposition is the solution for it. I established our case by stating how population grows, the nature of the RH bill and the benefits of making this bill a law. To summarize the whole speech, below is a simple summary...

    Abortion, Birth control, Birth rate 903  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill & Divorce

    forward the Divorce Bill right after they have put forward the Reproductive Health Bill. This is exactly what I have been worrying about. Just a couple of weeks ago, when I attended our Baptist Convention Meeting here in the Visayas, this issue was brought up. And just as what I have stated, “RH Bill can also lead to the Divorce Bill” because they have the same proponents. I know lots of Evangelical Christians are pro-RH Bill. But what they don’t know is that the proponents of RH Bill are also the proponents...

    Birth control, Gh, Marriage 1477  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reflection About Rh Bill

    Reproductive Health Bill The Reproductive Health Bill, popularly known as the RH Bill, is a Philippine bill aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care.  It is said here that this bill will require the government to fund the devices such as pills and IUD's that will be used in controlling the population. We all know that poverty is visible to big families. The government doesn't want this to happen anymore. That's why they are pushing this but...

    Adultery, Birth control, Condom 527  Words | 2  Pages

  • Reaction Paper About Sandayaw

    Ten years of dancing exhibited in a more or less 90-minute performance. With all those expertise they have gained in their decade of dancing, I must say that I expected it to be great of course. I got to see the whole part of it, so I will base my reactions on what I really saw. First and foremost, the title itself, “Sangdekada Sandayaw Reloaded,” already had an impact with the aid of the alliteration used and the word “reloaded.” However, saying that it is a benefit concert gave a greater impact to...

    Audience, Dance, Energy 1493  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rh Bill Agree or Disagree

    Instructor: Ms. Elaine RH Bill: Agree or Disagree The country of the Philippines is one of the world’s developing countries with an enormous growth of population. Due to the fact that the population growth leads the Filipino people to starvation, crime rate increase, unemployment, lack of public facilities, all of these are related to the population growth because RH bill or the Reproductive Health Bill is still in controversy and still a concern of our Philippine Government. The RH bill has not reached...

    Abortion, Birth control, Condom 1587  Words | 4  Pages

  • reaction paper

     Each and every one of us has their own reaction about the third State of the Nation Address of President Benigno “NoyNoy” Aquino III. There’s always a negative and positive reaction. We always have comments in every part of the SONA especially the topics and issues that the president have mentioned, even the language that the president used. Most of the issues in our country were mentioned by PNoy like the billions wasted by PAGCOR for coffee. I agreed with what PNoy said, wondering if the people...

    Corazon Aquino, Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of National Defense 1334  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reaction Paper about Gender

    The talk about gender has really been prominent worldwide and as it thrives in a newer environment through time, many concerns have been discussed in its different aspects. The advent of cases involving gender harassment and other violations have been widespread throughout the country through media influences and other factors. Throughout time, the flagrant uprising of advocacies upholding the rights of one’s gender, for example, feminist groups and the LGBT advocacy, have been really evident and...

    Feminism, Feminist theory, Gender 2142  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reaction Paper Regarding Rh Bill

    The Reproductive Health Bill is popularly known as the RH Bill, a Philippine bill that aims to guarantee methods and information for universal access on birth control and maternal care. It has become the center of a contentious national debate nowadays. It allows the usage of different contraception methods to prevent the multiplying population here in the country. That is why; the priests are not in favour of this bill because for them it is against the law of God. However, in my points of view...

    Birth control, Family, Family planning 571  Words | 2  Pages

  • Reaction Paper on Rh Bill(Sorry If It Is Not Good - -)

    Reaction Paper Job Emmanuel A. Sergio IV-Constancy Reproductive Health Bill (RH Bill) The Reproductive Health Bill is a law in the Philippines that guarantee universal access to methods on contraception, fertility control, sexual education, birth control and maternal care. This bill or law is to provide the poor with reproductive health services, including access to contraceptives, and sex education to school children. That is why the priests and the church officials are not in favour...

    Abortion, Birth control, Condom 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of RH BILL

    Advantages and Disadvantages of RH BILL The statement that reproductive health means "free sex, use of contraseptives,abortion if contraception fails." is not found anywhere on that bill. Use of contraseptives,yes, but free sex and abortion if contraception fails?! If you have read the bill, that'sdefinitely putting words into the authors' mouth. The word "prevent" is not synonymousfor "killing" the catholic church stand for using this method shows that using this methodof preventing is a way killing...

    Abortion, Birth control, Catholic Church 1728  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill Case Study

    Conclusions and Recommendations _______________________________ Executive Summary There are 6 bills pertaining to reproductive health and/or population management that have been filed for deliberation in both the House of Representatives and the Senate for the 15th Congress.  The most controversial of these bills is House Bill No. 96 authored by Rep. Edcel Lagman. House Bill No. 96, also known as the proposed "Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2010," will cover...

    Abortion, Birth control, Demography 1172  Words | 5  Pages

  • Reaction Paper About the Famous Paintings

    I. Introduction There have been quite a number of famous artists in this world, and you would be hard-pressed to come to a conclusion about which one is better than the other. While you might prefer one’s work over another, it’s difficult to argue with the near eternal stranglehold that these painters have on the artistic world. With so many paintings that have been created over time, which ones are the best? Below you’ll find five of only the most famous paintings in the world. II. Famous...

    Florence, Francis I of France, Leonardo da Vinci 693  Words | 3  Pages

  • reaction paper

    A REACTION PAPER demonstrates comprehension of the assigned readings and contain a critical and thoughtful reaction to the reading.  Reaction should make up the majority of the Reaction Paper.  Make sure that your paper is in the form of an essay with an introduction, body and conclusion. a) Focus on an aspect of the reading that you will argue pertains to some issue or idea’ “Does the reading support, undermine or come into tension with previous issues or concepts?” Explain why it is significant...

    Academia, Copula, Predicate 974  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill & Malthusian Theory

    billion people living in this planet. Unfortunately, Earth’s estimated carrying capacity is only about eleven to twelve billion people. With such a big problem we are facing today, it is important to analyze and examine what the scholars of the past have to say of our increasing population. One of the famous population theorists of that time is Thomas Malthus. In 1798, Malthus proposes his own theory about population. According to him, human populations grow exponentially while food production grows...

    Abortion, Birth control, Family planning 796  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    REACTION PAPER ON THE RH BILL RH Bill. This is one of the hottest issues now in our country. Is it good or bad? Will it benefit us? Or is it really us that will be benefited? Does it actually answer or satisfy the need of the country? Or it is just another way of the government to make money? Whatever the answer is, the decision still lies on the people. The first time I heard about the RH Bill, many thoughts have entered my mind. Reproductive health bill, what is it for? Oh yes, population...

    Family, Family planning, Health 626  Words | 2  Pages

  • Reaction Paper About the Movie the Reader

    Reaction Paper “The Freedom Writers” Literal level: Who: Erin Gruwell/Ms. G, Steve Gruwell, Scot Casey, Margaret Campbell, and the Freedom Writers What: The Freedom Writers (from the diaries of the students of Room 203) Where: Long beach and Los angeles, California When: 1992-1995 Interpretative level: Erin Gruwell is a young new excited teacher at one of the hardest school Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach, California. At first, Erin is having problem...

    Anne Frank, Erin Gruwell, Freedom Writers 1959  Words | 6  Pages

  • rh bill can solved population problem

    poverty? That each of one is affected. We are still lucky that there are now proposed bill that can possibly solved our suffrage, on the large number of population. In my research you will know more about why did RH bill can solved the population? But first, we should have to know what RH bill is. A. When, who, what is RH bill and why it can solve the population problem? • When is the real date or time that RH bill is introduced to our country? According to the Senate Policy Brief titled "Promoting...

    Demography, Health, Health care 895  Words | 3  Pages

  • Benefits and Advantages Oh Rh Bill

    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BILL BENEFITS OF RH BILL Allow couples to make decision to plan for their families The RH Bills gives the couples and the women, specifically, the choice and freedom on the mode of family planning they want to pursue depending on their needs, choice, personal convictions and religious beliefs. But the RH Bill is not just about the family planning Prevents spread of sexually transmitted disease like aids and STDs and eventually control population growth necessary for economic...

    Abortion, Birth control, Family planning 1309  Words | 5  Pages

  • Reaction Paper

    Argumentation Those opposed to the Bill assert that the Philippines does not have a population problem and that the focus of public policy should instead be on the corruption problem. They argue that a large population resulting from rapid population growth is, in fact, good for the economy. They add that attempts to slow population growth are ill-advised as they would only hasten the onset of the “demographic winter” or the problem of ageing currently experienced by the advanced countries...

    Birth control, Carrying capacity, Mobile phone 1071  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    aspiring and soon-to-be-promoted supervisors and managers need guidance and coaching for a smooth transition to becoming effective managers. The role of a manager is very different from the role of an individual contributor and educating a new manager about the difference will better ensure their success. New or middle managers are typically the most difficult employees to train or help. There are several reasons for this. First, you are working so hard to do your job, the cost of slowing down long enough...

    Employment, Human resource management, Management 1861  Words | 6  Pages

  • Reaction Paper

    Reproductive Health Bill was introduced by Congresswoman Bellaflor J. Angara -Castillo is also known as ³Reproductive Health Care Act of 2002´,assembled at Senateand House of Representatives of the Philippines, and now known as House Bill 5043 of 2008. It¶s been years since the bill was approved in the senate, due to some churchconflicts, biomedical ethical issues and some scientific research conflicts. Today thereare still lots of Filipino citizen who are now fully aware about this bill and why this billwas...

    Demography, Health, Human sexual behavior 371  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rh Law

    INTRODUCTION The State Vs.The Church”. This has been the perception of the people when RH Law or The Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012 (Republic Act No. 10354) has been tackled. The RH Law has been a controversial bill during the time was not yet passed but now the current president of the Philippines; His Excellency President Benigno Simeon Aquino III signed it on December 21, 2012. The government wants it pass because it cares for its people, giving the mothers a privilege...

    AIDS, Birth control, Condom 920  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    comparing social mobility between developed countries. One such study “Do Poor Children Become Poor Adults?" found that of nine developed countries, the United States and United Kingdom had the lowest intergenerational vertical social mobility with about half of the advantages of having a parent with a high income passed on to the next generation. The four countries with the lowest "intergenerational income elasticity", i.e. the highest social mobility, were Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Canada with...

    Economic mobility, Pierre Bourdieu, Social class 1283  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Perception of Nursing Students on Rh Bill

    Reproductive Health Bill in the Philippines is all about the right to sexual and reproductive health, gender equality, equity and empowerment of women, universal access to reproductive health care services, methods, devices and supplies.  There are 6 bills pertaining to reproductive health and/or population management that have been filed for deliberation in both the House of Representatives and the Senate for the 15thCongress.  The most controversial of these bills is House Bill No. 96 authored...

    Abortion, Birth control, Combined oral contraceptive pill 905  Words | 4  Pages

  • REACTION PAPER ABOUT HOUSING IN THE PHILIPPINES

    REACTION PAPER “The road to a housing solution” By Dennis Murphy September 19, 2013, Philippine Daily Inquirer One of the basic needs of the human is shelter, which is liveable and spacious enough to cater a family. Many in this community have been following developments involving the shelter, the downtown operation that for decades has housed the homeless and those seeking transitional housing. The truth is that there are many challenges faced by those people who work tirelessly to find...

    Affordable housing, Filipino people, Government 1368  Words | 4  Pages

  • Reaction Paper About the Life of Jesus

    things that we’ve done wrong. God is very serious that we must be devoted in asking Him by means of our prayers, about the issues and relations of life. If we really want Him to hear us, we better be wholehearted and persistent. In this section we have seen different reactions to Jesus. This is still what happens when people hear about Jesus today. Each of us must examine our own reaction to Jesus' message. May God grant that all of us here may really trust Him. Jesus came to help people who needed...

    Christian terms, Christianity, God in Christianity 1566  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    REACTION : RH Bill is plausible yet we cannot be sure about what will be the incoming effect of it in the Philippines. The government says that the main problem here is poverty and with RH Bill, there would be a decrease in population so that poverty in relatively with population also decreases. Yes, the government has a point in that sense but morally speaking, is it what God wants us to do? There are some people who agrees with RH Bill because as we all know, the use of contraceptive will make...

    Abortion, Government, Human sexual behavior 666  Words | 2  Pages

  • Rh Bill

    St. Jude College School of Art Science and Education Manila A Term Paper Submitted as a Requirement For the Subject: Philippine Government and Constitution Submitted By: Jim Waine C. Averilla Karissa Helene B. Salvador Submitted To: Diosdado B. Lopega March 27, 20 HISTORY According to the Senate Policy Brief titled Promoting Reproductive Health, the history of reproductive health in the Philippines dates back to 1967 when...

    Demographic economics, Demography, Green Revolution 6750  Words | 22  Pages

  • reaction paper

    REACTION PAPER Last summer term, in relation to our subject Business Policy and Strategy, our professor required our class to attend a seminar about the programs being held by a non-government organization, which is the Development Action for Women Network (DAWN). At first, I don’t even know that an organization like this exists and I don’t have any idea on what is it all about, or what are the activities it is engaged into. Before going to the seminar’s venue, I had a presumption that it will...

    Better, Filipino people, Human rights 877  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reaction Paper

    Joe Ross Reaction Paper Adult Development PSY6300 Instructor: Pamela Smilo PhD June 27, 2010 Reaction Paper Our textbook The Journey of Adulthood by Barbara R. Bjorklund and Helen L. Bee is the study of adult development, and it follows the tenets of developmental psychology, the field of study that deals with the behavior, thoughts and emotions of individuals as they go through various parts of the life span. The field also...

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