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BPO, ITO, OFW Remmitances.... ang mga bagong industria ng Pilipinas! BUT WAIT MERON PANG MAS BAGO...

The Philippines' Baby Factory


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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.
Karaniwan, yung mga taong mababa ang HDI
ang walang pakundangan kung magparami.

Hindi nila na-fo-foresee yung gastos
(e.g. Milk, Vitamins, Medical Expenses:
lahat ng bata, mayaman o mahirap, ay makakaranas ng matinding sakit
tulad ng dengue, bulutong, lagnat, ect).


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^^ Sa world ranking natin na 117,
kulelat talaga tayo sa lahat ng aspecto...
kaya #AnakPaMore! ,,, dun lang tayo world-class eh. :lol:

Tayo ang hinabol ng Ethiopia..
Oo nga. Dati top 12 na tayo eh. Sad. #pinoypride. :lol::rofl::jk:
Aim for Top 10.

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Honest question,
sa kasalukuyang National Budget natin,
kaya ba talaga ng gobyerno pakainin at pag-aralin lahat ng mahihirap na batang Filipino?

Tingin ko kasi ay hindi natin kakayanin ang gastos.
Kahit pa maging zero corruption,
at kahit pa ilipat ang budget for RH sa food and education ng mga batang mahihirap,
ay kulang pa rin.

Tingin ko, sa kasalukuyang pera ng gobyerno,
hindi pa natin kaya sustentohan ang lahat ng mga batang mahihirap:


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^^ Sorry for the poverty porn,
pero yan naman talagang "child poverty" ang iniiwasan natin
at ang nagtutulak sa karamihan para suportahan ang RH Law.

Yung environment impact, at ibang problems ay di pa natin concern masyado.

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Ito, solusyon,
kung sabihin ng Simbahang Katólika
na sagot na nila ang pagkain at pag-aaral
ng lahat ng mga batang mahihirap,
payag ba kayo dito sa SSC na i-scrap na ang RH Law?

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3.8 trillion pesos ang budget. 104 million ang population. That's around 36,500 pesos per person per yr or 100 pesos per person daily.

Around 40%++ ng population or 41.6 million ang nasa 0-18 and 65+ yrs old or mga depedents. Kung sa kanila lang nakatuon ang budget, then nasa 91,346 per person per yr or 250 per person a day. Obviously, kulang na kulang ang budget.
 

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Grabe sa Manila Baywalk,,,
ang daming pamilyang doon na nakatira.
Punta kayo,,, nakakagulat.
True face of hunger and suffering.
Correct si Dan Brown: Manila is the Gates of Hell.

At nagkalat ang mga bata. Maraming-maraming bata.
Sa sitwasyon nila, imposibleng nag-aaral pa sila.
Ano na ang kinabukasan nila pag tanda nila?

Pero di bale, ang importante ay buo ang pamilya at nagmamahalan.
#AnakPaMore

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Seriously, I would support a government intervention.
Kunin na ng DSWD ang mga bata.
At warning sa magulang: Pag nag-anak uli sa kayle, kapon na.
Pero warning lang muna.
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Grabe sa Manila Baywalk,,,
ang daming pamilyang doon na nakatira.
Punta kayo,,, nakakagulat.
True face of hunger and suffering.

At nagkalat ang mga bata. Maraming-maraming bata.
Sa sitwasyon nila, imposibleng nag-aaral pa sila.
Ano na ang kinabukasan nila pag tanda nila?

Pero di bale, ang importante ay buo ang pamilya at nagmamahalan.
#AnakPaMore

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Seriously, I would support a government intervention.
Kunin na ng DSWD ang mga bata.
At warning sa magulang: Pag nag-anak uli sa kayle, kapon na.
Pero warning lang muna.
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sa kasabihan:

"Bahala saging Basta Loving"
 

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Squatters Colony na ang Manila Baywalk.

Itong Baywalk renovation recently,
ginawang bahay na ng mga squatters yung elevated plant boxes.
Nagtali lang sila ng tolda sa coconut trees, at instant tent na :

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Hindi naman sila nakakasagabal sa daanan
kasi yung elevated plant boxes lang ang sinakop nila.
Parang ganito, pero yari sa karton at plastic tent :

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I repeat, hindi sila nakakasagabal sa daanan,
pero kung Poverty Porn ang hanap mo,
at kung nag-e-enjoy ka makakita ng mga nagugutom na mga bata, Manila Baywalk ang para sa iyo.
 

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Grabe sa Manila Baywalk,,,
ang daming pamilyang doon na nakatira.
Punta kayo,,, nakakagulat.
True face of hunger and suffering.
Correct si Dan Brown: Manila is the Gates of Hell.

At nagkalat ang mga bata. Maraming-maraming bata.
Sa sitwasyon nila, imposibleng nag-aaral pa sila.
Ano na ang kinabukasan nila pag tanda nila?

Pero di bale, ang importante ay buo ang pamilya at nagmamahalan.
#AnakPaMore

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Seriously, I would support a government intervention.
Kunin na ng DSWD ang mga bata.
At warning sa magulang: Pag nag-anak uli sa kayle, kapon na.
Pero warning lang muna.
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Pag hindi napagaral yang mga bata yan, liability yan ng State. HIndi lang sila ang apektado lahat ng mamamayan apektado lalaki yang mga criminal , yung mga babae naman magiging biktima ng trafficking. Kaya walang pake na mamayan at govt. official sa lumalalang sitwasyon mga manhid na kayo sa kahirapan? Buhay pa ba si Erap baket di siya pumunta diyan sterillize yung mga magulang at kunin ang mga bata.

Nagtataka lang ako sa ibang bansa pag mga homeless walang mga bata hindi sila nakakagawa ng maraming bata, baket sa PIlipinas pag homeless ang dame nilang anak.
 

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Pag hindi napagaral yang mga bata yan, liability yan ng State. HIndi lang sila ang apektado lahat ng mamamayan apektado lalaki yang mga criminal , yung mga babae naman magiging biktima ng trafficking. Kaya walang pake na mamayan at govt. official sa lumalalang sitwasyon mga manhid na kayo sa kahirapan? Buhay pa ba si Erap baket di siya pumunta diyan sterillize yung mga magulang at kunin ang mga bata.

Nagtataka lang ako sa ibang bansa pag mga homeless walang mga bata hindi sila nakakagawa ng maraming bata, baket sa PIlipinas pag homeless ang dame nilang anak.
Maybe you need to compare the Philippines with other countries with regards to homelessness. That way, you wouldn't be speculating on how bad we are.
AUSTRALIA

An estimated 105,000 people are homeless in Australia. Of those, 44% are female, 12% are children under the age of 12, and 25% are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. More than 30% of homeless people in Australia were born overseas (Homelessness Australia, 2009).

CAMBODIA

More than 180,000 people live in informal settlements in Phnom Penh (Youth Exchange, 2003) and there are around 20,000 street children who are often the victims of human trafficking (City Journal, 2013). Human Rights Watch (2012) reports about serious mistreatments of homeless people by police.

HONG KONG

About 40% of the population lives in subsidised housing. Around 100,000 live in “coffin homes,” “cage homes” and on rooftops (Feeding Hong Kong, The Global Mail, 2013). An estimated 1,400 homeless people live in Hong Kong, with the primary cause being a lack of affordable housing (City University of Hong Kong, 2014).

INDIA

India is estimated to be the home to 78 million homeless people, including 11 million street children (Business Standard, 2013; Slum Dogs). According to the 2011 census, there were 28% less homeless people from rural areas and 20% less homeless people living in the cities as compared to 2001 (Dr. Kumuda, 2014).

INDONESIA

There are approximately 3 million homeless people in Indonesia (Youth Exchange). According to the 2001 census, around 28,364 people were homeless in Jakarta, but due to recent natural disasters such as floods and storms the homeless population has grown significantly (2001 Census).

ISRAEL

The authorities report around 2,000 people living on the streets, but it is estimated that there are another 1,000 whose cases have not been recorded. Because of the limited definition of homelessness, there are around 10,000 people in insecure housing conditions who do not meet the criteria for social housing (Haaretz, 2011).

JAPAN

An estimated 25,000 people are homeless in Japan, 5,000 of whom live in Tokyo (International Network of Street Papers, 2006). There are also around three million “Internet cafe refugees” who move from café to café each night.

KYRGYZSTAN

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, there has been in influx of migrants from rural areas to big cities, such as Bishkek or Osh. About 70% of 5.4 million people in Kyrgyzstan live in substandard housing. In 2005, more than 30,000 people in Bishkek declared they were homeless (Habitat.org). Around 20 to 30% of the urban population live in illegal settlements, where they have no social and civil rights.

PAKISTAN

More than 200 million people live in Pakistan (CIA World Factbook, 2016); 4 in 10 live in “multidimensional poverty” (UNDP, 2016). The PDP Foundation estimates that there are 20 million people without housing across the country.

PHILIPPINES

A quarter of the population lives below the national poverty line (World Bank, 2012). It is estimated that around 44% of the urban population live in slums (UN Habitat, 2008). The capital, Manila, has the largest homeless population of any city in the world – 3.1 million. An estimated 1.2 million children in the Philippines sleep rough, with 70,000 in Manila (IBT, 2014).

SOUTH KOREA

The South Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare classified 4,921 people nationwide as homeless in 2012, up from 4,403 in 2011 and 4,187 in 2010 (Korean Herald, 2012). However, there are approximately 6,000 people who are residents of rental hostels, which significantly increases the number of homeless people (Osaka City University, 2009).
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Siguradong meh mag reply sa post na to :D

Condom, 'di raw 'masarap' kaya 'di inirekomenda ni Duterte sa mga OFW para sa family planning
Published February 14, 2018 8:36pm

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"Ang Pilipino, walang alam `yan basta rapapapapap...110 milyon [populasyon] kaya mahirap ang buhay," sabi niya.

Kaya payo ng pangulo sa mga OFW, gumamit sila ng mga libreng contraceptive na pinamamahagi ng pamahalaan.

"Magpa-injection lang kayo,`yung something or the pills. `Wag kayong manganak, `wag kayong magpalabas masyado ng tao kasi ako... ako naaawa ako sa tao. May pills libre," sabi niya.

Pero hindi niya hinikayat ang paggamit ng condom dahil hindi umano "masarap."

"`Wag `yang condom kasi hindi masarap `yang condom," sambit ng pangulo na nagpatawa sa mga tao.

"Hindi, totoo. Hindi ako nagpapatawa," dagdag ni Duterte na naglabas ng kendi na may balat na bahagya niyang kinagat para gamiting halimbawa sa kaniyang katwiran tungkol sa condom.

"Ako, i'm just telling you that is why biology. alam ko ayaw ninyo ng condom so either magpa-injection kayo good for six months. so walang limit 'yung...kalibugan mo diyan. Bahala ka kung ano," patuloy ng pangulo.

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Sa tala ng Philippine Statistics Authority noong 2013, wala pang dalawang porsiyento ng may asawang kababaihan ang nagsabing gumamit ng condom ang kanilang mister para sa family planning.

Mas maraming Pinoy ang gumagamit ng pills o "withdrawal method."

Gayunman, ang hindi paggamit ng condom ang isa sa mga sinisisi rin ng mga eksperto kung bakit biglang lumobo ang bilang ng mga Pilipino na nagkaroon ng HIV infection.

Mula Enero hanggang Nobyembre ng 2017, mahigit 10,000 na ang naiulat na HIV cases sa Pilipinas. -- FRJ, GMA News
 

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Grabe sa Manila Baywalk,,,
ang daming pamilyang doon na nakatira.
Punta kayo,,, nakakagulat.
True face of hunger and suffering.
Correct si Dan Brown: Manila is the Gates of Hell.

At nagkalat ang mga bata. Maraming-maraming bata.
Sa sitwasyon nila, imposibleng nag-aaral pa sila.
Ano na ang kinabukasan nila pag tanda nila?

Pero di bale, ang importante ay buo ang pamilya at nagmamahalan.
#AnakPaMore

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Seriously, I would support a government intervention.
Kunin na ng DSWD ang mga bata.
At warning sa magulang: Pag nag-anak uli sa kayle, kapon na.
Pero warning lang muna.
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Di ba dati may curfew, ngayon wala na balik lansangan na mga iyan, sa umpisa lang pala pakitang gilas...

Ningas kugon ang DSWD at gobyerno ni Duterte.
 

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Di ba dati may curfew, ngayon wala na balik lansangan na mga iyan, sa umpisa lang pala pakitang gilas...

Ningas kugon ang DSWD at gobyerno ni Duterte.
Re: Curfew on minors

Shempre, kasalanan ng KatayD, kahit nagpetition si Falcis sa SC noong 2016:

TRO issued vs curfew in Manila, Quezon City, Navotas
Edu Punay (The Philippine Star) -
July 27, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines – The Supreme Court (SC) yesterday temporarily stopped the implementation of ordinances in Quezon City, Manila and Navotas imposing curfew on minors.

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Spark, a group of students in the three cities, argued in their petition filed through lawyer Jesus Falcis III that the curfew ordinances are unconstitutional due to vagueness resulting in arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement and impair legitimate activities of minors during curfew hours.
Pinagtibay ng SC last year yung sa Manila:

SC upholds QC curfew for minors, strikes down curfew in Manila, Navotas
Ina Reformina, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Aug 08 2017 09:27 PM

However, the high court struck down Ordinance No. 8046 of the City of Manila, and Pambansang Ordinansa Blg. 2002-13 of Navotas, which implement curfews from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m., for failure to provide the least restrictive means to address the compelling state interest they seek to further.

As for Manila's City ordinance, the penal provisions of which impose reprimand, the high court said fines and imprisonment on minors are in conflict with Section 57-A of Republic Act 9344, also known as the Juvenile Delinquency Act.
Anyway, OT na to dito.
 

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Imo it also depends on how the government deals with or looks at the high tfr in the short to medium term, which if properly handled could be a positive for the people the economy and the country as a whole, rather than a total negative it could be one of the things that propels the country to the top 15 largest economies in the coming decades, demographics of course is like a heavily laden oil tanker it does take time to shift course or stop, but imo eventually the tfr rate will decline naturally as it has in most of the the rest of the world .

In the meantime it is a big and urgent social problem, the government imo needs to find a way to couple the people with opportunities, through social welfare policies and the wider national economic and development policies .
 

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^^Maybe where you are right now (Europe, I suppose) needs higher fertility rate. Some European countries experience below replacement TFR even with migration. But not the case here in the Philippines.

And besides, I'd rather have a more manageable population that think of having more people just to get into the top 15 economies.

Parang yung national budget ng Pinas kulang pa just to give everyone a decent education. Also I'm worried of technology, we might need less and less warm bodies. It's not like everyone will be a tech wiz if ever we decide to continue to have a high TFR.

Also lesser people = good to the earth. :lol:
 
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