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Riserts Tungkol sa Labis na Populasyon sa Pilipinas

Thesis Statement: The Philippines, in the general perspective within the international setting, is
seen as a nation that has problems (effects) with overpopulation. In line with this, the
researchers aim to discuss the causes of overpopulation, effects of overpopulation, and
plausible solutions regarding overpopulation.

A. Introduction
B. Body
Causes:
● Lack of family planning
● Migration of people from the provinces (internal migration)
● Lack of separation of church and state

Effects:
● Kasikipan sa lungsod
● Pagdami ng mga taong walang trabaho
● Pagkasira ng kalikasan

Suggestions
● Better female education
● Family planning
● Developing programs and policies

C. Conclusion
D. References
Alonzo, Patrick FILDLAR, C32
Benito, Ella
Mohammad, Putri Shanen
Poblete, Yno
Sadornas, Kenneth
Sales, Tim

References:

Achacoso-Sevilla, L., (2004). The ties that bind: population and development in the philippines.
Makati, Philippines. Asian Institute Management.

Banta, J. C., Co, B., Gomez, M. F., & Robson, E. K. (2008) A welfare analysis on philippine
households and remittances through the use of poverty decomposition And
regression(Master’s Thesis, De La Salle University, 2005) (pp. 1-18). Manila.

Damian, A. J., Pabillon, V., Jrs, & Tagle, C., III. (2008). Population dynamics and economic
growth in the philippines : a regional analysis using pooled data
technique(Master's thesis, De La Salle University, 2005) (pp. 1-74). Manila.

Department of Health. (n.d.). Family planning. Retrieved from http://www.doh.gov.ph/family-


planning
Orihinal na teksto:
“A national mandated priority public health program to attain the country's national health
development: a health intervention program and an important tool for the improvement of the
health and welfare of mothers, children and other members of the family. It also provides
information and services for the couples of reproductive age to plan their family according to
their beliefs and circumstances through legally and medically acceptable family planning
methods.”

Pagsalin:
“Batay sa Department of Health (n.d.), mayroong sapilitang pangkalusugang programa ang
bansang Pilipinas ukol sa pagpaplano ng pamilya. Sa pamamagitan ng programang ito
maaaring mabigyan ng impormasyon at serbisyo ang mga pamilya at mga mag-asawang
gustong mag-kaanak ayon sa katumbas nilang sitwasyon sa maayos na legal at medikal na
pamamaraan.”

Faldas, R. C. (2000). An empirical scrutiny on the tenacious unemployment issue in the


philippines (Master’s thesis, De La Salle University, 2001) (pp. 1-60). Manila.

Kleeman, J., (2010). Manila: a megacity where the living must share with the dead.
Retrieved from: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/oct/
15/philippines-overpopulation-crisis
Perez, J. A. III. (2015). Filipinos on the move: current patterns and factors of internal migration
in the philippines [Powerpoint slides]. Retrieved from
http://www.popcom.gov.ph/rm/downloads?download=2:filipinos-on-the-move-current-
patterns-and-factors-of-internal-migration-in-the-philippines
Orihinal na teksto:
“As the Philippines goes through the process of urbanization, socio-economic inequality
between rural and urban areas is becoming more prominent...there is a need to understand
internal migration patterns and factors to foster a more balanced spatial distribution of the
population by promoting in an integrated manner the equitable and ecologically sustainable
development of major sending and receiving areas”

“Internal migration facilitates rapid growth of urban areas resulting to challenges in urban
development and management…..Changing pattern of population distribution - trend towards
concentration in a few large cities giving way to a more widespread distribution in medium-sized
urban centers ”

Pagsalin:
“”
Sun Star. (2016, December 29). Philippine population to grow 105.75 million by the end of 2017.
Sun Star. Retrieved from http://www.sunstar.com.ph/manila/local-
news/2016/12/29/philippine-population-grow-10575-million-end-2017-517377
Orihinal na teksto:
“The Philippine population will continue to increase in 2017 and is projected to reach
105,758,850 by December 31, 2017, based on projections made by the Commission on
Population(Popcom) using data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).”

Pagsalin:
“Batay sa isang artikulo sa Sun Star (2016), sinasabi ng Commission on Population (Popcom)
na patuloy na dadami ang populasyon ng Pilipinas, bukod pa nito’y inaasahang umabot ng
mahigit 105 milyon ang populasyon ng Pilipinas sa Disyembre ng 2017.”

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. (1991). Women, population
and development. Bangkok: UNESCO Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.
Orihinal na Teksto:
“....it stales that female education helps to prevent marriage and childbearing so long as the
woman stays in school. Education also lowers fertility only if the husband is also educated, the
woman is employed, has achieved high literacy and has achieve schooling beyond primary
education…female education is said to influence infant and child mortality in several ways.”

Pagsalin:
“Batay sa United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) (1991),
ang pagpapabuti ng edukasyon sa mga kababaihan ay nakakatulong sa pagbaba ng fertility
rate ng mga babae, bukod pa rito mas baba ng fertility rate kapag ang asawa ng babae ay
edukado rin. Sinasabi rin ng UNESCO na kapag ang kababaihan ay edukado
nakaiimpluwensya ito sa ura ng dami ng namamatay ng kabataan.”

Villegas, B., (1989). More than enough food to feed the world.
Manila, Manila Bulletin

Villegas, B., (1992). Why waste resources on population control?


Manila, Manila Bulletin

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