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PRESS RELEASE – POPCOM: Pandemic Causes decline in 2020 births

POPCOM: Pandemic causes decline in 2020 births Numbers lowest in 34 years      The Commission on Population and Development (POPCOM) cited a significant drop in the number of births in 2020, with just 1,516,042 million registered in the country—the lowest number registered since 1986, when only 1,493,995 Filipinos were born—based on a preliminary report of the continue reading : PRESS RELEASE – POPCOM: Pandemic Causes decline in 2020 births

PRESS RELEASE: World Contraception Day 2021:

World Contraception Day 2021: Mas madaling pag-access sa mga serbisyong ‘family planning’ at pamamahagi ng contraceptives, pinanawagan sa kabila ng pandemya Lubhang pinahina ng pandemiya ang pagsasagawa ng mga serbisyo ukol sa pagpa-plano ng pamilya o “family planning,” at ang pamimigay ng “contraceptives” sa buong bansa, na nagdulot ng masamang epekto sa kagalingan o “well-being” continue reading : PRESS RELEASE: World Contraception Day 2021:

PRESS RELEASE: More Pinoys use FP amid pandemic, as 8M accept modern methods as of 2020

The Department of Health (DOH) and the Commission on Population and Development (POPCOM) renewed their call to stakeholders—particularly local government units (LGUs)—to continue the provision of family planning (FP) as one of the vital and essential health services, especially during the health crisis brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, a total of 8,085,000 continue reading : PRESS RELEASE: More Pinoys use FP amid pandemic, as 8M accept modern methods as of 2020

USAID, DOH, POPCOM boost parent-teen interactions via social media to address early pregnancies

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Department of Health (DOH), and the Commission on Population and Development (POPCOM) recently formed a nationwide campaign to address the alarming rate of teenage pregnancies in the Philippines. Dubbed as “Konektado Tayo,” the campaign aims to bridge the communications gap between Filipino parents and their adolescent continue reading : USAID, DOH, POPCOM boost parent-teen interactions via social media to address early pregnancies