PRESS RELEASE: Pandemic-plagued areas’ poverty rates 5x up, 4.3M more Pinoys poorer

Pandemic-plagued areas’ poverty rates 5x up, 4.3M more Pinoys poorerWhile regions least affected lift 800,000 from economic woes The ongoing pandemic has manifested its polarizing effects on Filipinos’ socioeconomic standing, as it pushed more than 4 million individuals deeper into poverty, while lifting some 800,000 out of economic hardships.        According to recent continue reading : PRESS RELEASE: Pandemic-plagued areas’ poverty rates 5x up, 4.3M more Pinoys poorer

PRESS RELEASE: POPCOM projects slowest population rise in 75 years

No. of Filipinos increase by merely 0.3% in 2021; total of 109,991,095 by year endPOPCOM projects slowest population rise in 75 years More Filipinos are embracing family planning during the crisis caused by the economic crunch and Covid-19, resulting to the Philippines’ rapidly declining population numbers. POPCOM FILE PHOTO The Philippine population is expected to continue reading : PRESS RELEASE: POPCOM projects slowest population rise in 75 years

PRESS RELEASE: I CHOOSE CAMPAIGN

DOH, POPCOM, DEPED, NYC, USAID, WHO LAUNCH “I CHOOSE” CAMPAIGN FOR FILIPINO ADOLESCENTS DURING POPDEV WEEK As part of the celebration of Population and Development Week, the Department of Health (DOH), Commission on Population and Development (POPCOM), Department of Education (DepEd), National Youth Commission (NYC), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the World continue reading : PRESS RELEASE: I CHOOSE CAMPAIGN

Sama-Sama Tayo mag-Family Planning

Sama-Sama Tayo mag-Family Planning 60-sec Sama Sama Tayong mag Family Planning TVC V1 Healthy Pilipinas Ending 30-sec Sama Sama Tayong mag Family Planning TVC V2 Safe Sex Ending

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