I see what you did there. hahaha Celibacy is a thing they love to advertise but all bets are off outside the public eyes. Si father na maraming sinalantang batang lalake, si father na may anak at si father na kukuha ng serbisyo ng isang menor de adad na batang babae. Hypocrites to the bones.I beg to disagree on that "don't have kids, don't have sex" thing. But that "don't pay taxes" part, your are 101% right. :yes:
Direct population policy. In terms of direct population policy, both Thailand and Indonesia have adopted proactive family planning policies since the 1960s. The result of these family planning policies have allowed the use of contraceptives that have effectively helped to reduce the fertility rate to a norm that allows reduction of family size among families.
The results of these policies can be seen in the way the population growth rates of both Thailand and Indonesia have fallen. Advances in maternal health care and in medicine have reduced death rates significantly in most countries.
In the Philippines where the debate on family planning had gone on for prolonged periods, the fertility rate remains one of the highest in the region, which today is at “3.” (Definition: Fertility rate is a measure of the number of live births per 1,000 women in the population).
Today, the fertility rate in Thailand is “1.4.” This is very low, about one-half the rate in the Philippines. Indonesia’s fertility rate is “2.3” Thus in both cases, the fertility rate is so much lower compared to that we find for the Philippines.
MANILA -- The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) is drafting an executive order (EO) mandating all local government units (LGUs) to implement the Reproductive Health (RH) law, which it deems vital to the government’s goal of accelerating poverty reduction in the country.
“I’ve been saying that the intensive and extensive implementation of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health law is important. We are going to submit that (EO) to the next Cabinet meeting,” NEDA Director General and Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia told reporters Thursday.
Citing Commission on Population (Popcom) data, Pernia said efforts to fully implement the RH law were expected to bring down poverty from the current 19 percent to 9 percent by the end of the Duterte administration.
“That assumes that all LGUs are aboard in terms of full implementation,” he noted. “There is a demand for it, especially from poor families who don’t have access or limited access to family planning services.”
The NEDA chief said the family planning program was a “very powerful tool” and the cheapest way to reduce poverty.
“It is harder to reduce poverty by just macroeconomic growth. It has really to be targeted, focused on the poor families who are having more children than they can afford,” he said.
Tayo ang hinabol ng Ethiopia..Hinahabol natin ang Ethiopia. Malapit na! :banana::banana::banana:
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Noong 1970, ang population ng Thailand at Philippines halos pareho lang (about 36 M). Talong talo natin ang Thailand ngayon. Yessss!
Anak pa please!
Sa harap ng major hotel sa Cebu me mga pamilyang nakatira sa kalye sa kalye sila nakatira pero ang dami pa rin nilang anak, yung mga bata nagkalat sa kalye at madungis nakahubad namamalimos at pinepeste mga turista. mga bata nakakalat sa kalye na parang mga daga. hindi mo to makikita sa mga ibang bansa.Bakit Hindi eto kinukop2x Ng simbahang katoliko ang mga street kids sa cebu naka higa sa labas Ng simbahan nila?
Multiply pa more?