Global warming was being rebranded to climate change then to climate crisis so as to make it sound not too political seems to me it is the same with reproductive health bill, which sounds as if antiseptic is involved, being rebranded to responsible parenthood bill which sounds as if everybody is in a playground. I cannot say in absolute terms that i am a strong advocate of the proposed reproductive health bill (rh bill) in a perfect world, we wouldnâ€™t need to introduce such legislation but we do not live in a perfect world and if one’s intention is to seek flaws in the proposed bill, one will. The reproductive health bill, known as the rh bill, are philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on contraception, fertility control, sexual education, and maternal care. Best answer: i am pro rh bill it is because i believe in the power of choice i believe that every person has the right to have this option i believe that rh bill will prevent unwanted pregnancies and in my opinion, we do not need to do abortion because there will be no offspring in the first place. The reproductive health bill, or popularly known as rh bill, is the philippine bill which aims to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care - what rh bill is all about introduction it is a way of helping people to be more advance, well prepared, and to widen up.
At the heart of the bill is the free choice given to people on the use of reproductive health, enabling the people, especially the poor to have the number of children they want and can care for those that oppose the rh bill argue that. Rh bill is portrayed as what we call de susing robot pacquiao represents those who believe that corruption is the problem, and the solution is fight against it take note, he represents those who recognize the real problem he is not fighting alone. The reproductive health bill, popularly known as the rh bill, are philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care the bills have become the center of a contentious national debate. Rh bill principal author edcel lagman said, “the philippine population is growing at a much faster rate than can be sustained by the government or the country’s resources”lagman said that the philippines is the only country in southeast asia that does not have a national reproductive health bill.
The following are the counter arguments for the top 6 arguments used by rh bill advocates to spread their lies and poison the minds of innocent filipinos argument # 1: the philippines is overpopulated the battle cry of proponents of rh bill and its principal sponsors both in congress and the senate is that the philippines. For me,the rh bill has many benefits for us because through the bill it will lessen our problem in population the rh bill for me should be implemented before our country gets over populated the problem with us is that we don't like change. The rh bill says in sec 12, “mandatory age-appropriate reproductive health education”– “reproductive health education in an age-appropriate manner shall be taught by adequately trained teachers starting from grade 5 up to fourth year high school.
The catholic church is the main critic of the reproductive health bill because it argues that the policy is anti-life because it promotes the use of modern contraception measures also, it argues that rh bill does not really address poverty. 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. Negative effects of rh bill the negative effects of reproductive health bill the philippines is facing again a very serious issue that affects moral values and its culture this is really a very serious issue and could really change the life of every filipino, issue pertaining to reproductive health bill.
The debate over reproductive health and population control through the lenses of the state and the catholic church in philippine history jennifer sta ana x pampubliko it has been a long and grueling process for proponents of reproductive health (rh) initiatives in the philippines. Reproductive health bill: (abb rh bill)- are philippine bills aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care   reproductive health: similar to sexual health/hygiene. Depending on us individuals, major change in practices and lifestyle will happen in a short while reproductive health bill, or popularly known as the rh bill, is a bill in the philippines created for the main purpose of birth control and maternal care.
On the rh bill, the cbcp has put the church of baal, the roman catholic church of the philippines, its people, at odds against the constitutionally elected government and the constitution of the philippines. 1 to respond to the clamor of the philippine population who want the reproductive health care bill passed into law filipinos are clamoring for the passage of the reproductive health care bill (rh bill) into law.
This entry was posted in government, movement and tagged hb 4244, house bill, house bill 4244, jess lorenzo, kaya natin, philippine government, philippine news, philippines, reproductive health bill, rh bill, sb 2378, senate bill, senate bill 2378. I've actually been intending to write something about the rh bill ages ago, but i was worried that people would find this and throw crap at me and now, i don't care i spent the last 2 hours or so trying to make an epic post on why i'm pro-rh bill, but then i realized. Enrile and sotto earlier warned that proposed amendments to the rh bill could prolong discussions on the measure because many of the senators wanted to introduce individual amendments to the bill. Rh bill law 1 the rh bill aims to achieve the following primary objectives: first, it will help give parents the opportunity to exercise their right to freely and responsibly plan the number and spacing of their children.