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What are the Philippines All About? Pt. 2

5.5% WHO IS AFFECTED BY THE SITUATION? "IT'S ABOUT THE QUALITY OF LIFE AVAILABLE TO THE SEGMENT OF Armm has the highest annual THE POPULATION HAVING THE MOST CHILDREN... POOR WOMEN population growth rate in the Philippines at 5.5 percent. ARE THE ONES HAVING MORE CHILDREN. SO AS THE PHILIPPINE POPULATION IS GROWING, IT'S GROWING Planning Ahead... POORER" 99 LARGE ROLE IN THE I -Cecillia Mother of 12, Grandmother of 3 LACK OF A PACK OF CONDOMS COSTS UPWARDS OF 50 PESOS Children Government Healthcare Providers Religious Leaders Parents -10 Pesos In the ARMM, education is low, fertility is high, and knowledge of family planning and HIV/AIDS is lower than in the rest of the country. BIRTH CONTROL PILLS START AT 100 PESOS STOP START CONTINUE 10 Pesos THIER SOLUTION IS BIRTH SPACING. Harm to mother/child Many pregnancies with minimal healthcare STDS, AIDS, etc. Government Regulation Birth Control Fighting For Rights Complications No protection Risky Religious Regulation Prevention Having Good Morals Overpopulation Overly strict laws Autonomous Region in Use of resources Allforms of protection require a prescription High Cost Education Caring For Children Excessive Waste HEALTH Even including condoms Scarce Availability Poor waste removal/sanitation ENVIRONMENTAL Embarassing Discussions Minimal Inconvenient Muslim Mindanao Bad living conditions Diseases Healthcare Jaboo Availability Women residing in Armm have on average LACK OF No Education Lower Cost Overpopulation Poverty Many forms of birth control are too expensive 4.2 Unemployment Poverty FAMILY PLANNING Repeating Cycle Jarget Audience SOCIETAL ECONOMICAL Overpopulation causes the poverty Poor Education Incentives No sex-ed teaching Female Jobs UI CHILDREN Unaware of STDS, etc. With many children, women are forced to stay home Religious Beliefs Predominantly Muslim Use of birth control is frowned upon POLITICAL If using birth control, they could work 2nd income would help family and boost economy No Family Planning Minimal Social ULTIMATE GOAL: Initiative Services Lack of Government doesn't see this as an issue Investments Not important in their minds Cycle keeps repeating -Educate the people of Arrm through group discussions. -Get their oppinions on what would be culturally accepted. -Promote sex education and birth control education -Provide some sort of government incentive Not looked as something worth their money AN AVERAGE MAN IN ARRM MAKES 350 PESOS PER DAY BIRTH CONTROL PILLS START AT 100 PESOS Money spent on issues that stem from OVERPOPULATION 350 PHP = $8.38 MOST POPULAR METHODS IN PHILIPPINES: 1 in 4 married women would like to stop having children, but are not using any form of birth control. 19% The 14 Year Fight In the Philippines, the fight for birth control has spanned over 14 years. The Pill Injection Condoms Jubes Jied Vasectomy Only 19 percent of married women in Armm use some form of contraception. ISLAM PLAYS A LARGE BIRTH CONTRO ARMMARMM ARMM MM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM 5.5% WHO IS AFFECTED BY THE SITUATION? "IT'S ABOUT THE QUALITY OF LIFE AVAILABLE TO THE SEGMENT OF Armm has the highest annual THE POPULATION HAVING THE MOST CHILDREN... POOR WOMEN population growth rate in the Philippines at 5.5 percent. ARE THE ONES HAVING MORE CHILDREN. SO AS THE PHILIPPINE POPULATION IS GROWING, IT'S GROWING Planning Ahead... POORER" 99 LARGE ROLE IN THE I -Cecillia Mother of 12, Grandmother of 3 LACK OF A PACK OF CONDOMS COSTS UPWARDS OF 50 PESOS Children Government Healthcare Providers Religious Leaders Parents -10 Pesos In the ARMM, education is low, fertility is high, and knowledge of family planning and HIV/AIDS is lower than in the rest of the country. BIRTH CONTROL PILLS START AT 100 PESOS STOP START CONTINUE 10 Pesos THIER SOLUTION IS BIRTH SPACING. Harm to mother/child Many pregnancies with minimal healthcare STDS, AIDS, etc. Government Regulation Birth Control Fighting For Rights Complications No protection Risky Religious Regulation Prevention Having Good Morals Overpopulation Overly strict laws Autonomous Region in Use of resources Allforms of protection require a prescription High Cost Education Caring For Children Excessive Waste HEALTH Even including condoms Scarce Availability Poor waste removal/sanitation ENVIRONMENTAL Embarassing Discussions Minimal Inconvenient Muslim Mindanao Bad living conditions Diseases Healthcare Jaboo Availability Women residing in Armm have on average LACK OF No Education Lower Cost Overpopulation Poverty Many forms of birth control are too expensive 4.2 Unemployment Poverty FAMILY PLANNING Repeating Cycle Jarget Audience SOCIETAL ECONOMICAL Overpopulation causes the poverty Poor Education Incentives No sex-ed teaching Female Jobs UI CHILDREN Unaware of STDS, etc. With many children, women are forced to stay home Religious Beliefs Predominantly Muslim Use of birth control is frowned upon POLITICAL If using birth control, they could work 2nd income would help family and boost economy No Family Planning Minimal Social ULTIMATE GOAL: Initiative Services Lack of Government doesn't see this as an issue Investments Not important in their minds Cycle keeps repeating -Educate the people of Arrm through group discussions. -Get their oppinions on what would be culturally accepted. -Promote sex education and birth control education -Provide some sort of government incentive Not looked as something worth their money AN AVERAGE MAN IN ARRM MAKES 350 PESOS PER DAY BIRTH CONTROL PILLS START AT 100 PESOS Money spent on issues that stem from OVERPOPULATION 350 PHP = $8.38 MOST POPULAR METHODS IN PHILIPPINES: 1 in 4 married women would like to stop having children, but are not using any form of birth control. 19% The 14 Year Fight In the Philippines, the fight for birth control has spanned over 14 years. The Pill Injection Condoms Jubes Jied Vasectomy Only 19 percent of married women in Armm use some form of contraception. ISLAM PLAYS A LARGE BIRTH CONTRO ARMMARMM ARMM MM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM ARMM

What are the Philippines All About? Pt. 2

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Part 2 of a three piece analysis of ARMM in the Philippines. This infographic discusses the lack of sexual education in the region & how that is the root of much of the poverty.

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