Saturday, April 9, 2011

RH Bill= Karapatan, Kalusugan at Ikagaganda ng buhay

Pakipaliwanag kung nasaan dito ang tungkol sa ABORSYON? Ang RH Bill ay HINDI sang ayon sa abortion o paglalaglag. Wala kahit na anomang nakapaloob dito tungkol sa pagtatanggal ng SANGGOL sa sinapupunan.
Sec. 3. Guiding Principles of RH Bill- Intindihin po natin muli at TAGALUGIN kung pwede

This Act declares the following as guiding principles:

1. Freedom of choice, which is central to the exercise of right, must be fully guaranteed by the State;
2. Respect for, protection and fulfillment of reproductive health and rights seek to promote the rights and welfare of couples, adult individuals, women and adolescents;

3. Freedom of choice, which is central to the exercise of right must be fully guaranteed by the State; 1

4. Since human resource is among the principal asset of the country, maternal health, birth of healthy children and their full human development and responsible parenting must be ensured through effective reproductive health care;

5. The provision of medically safe, legal, accessible, affordable and effective reproductive health care services and supplies is essential in the promotion of people’s right to health, especially of the poor and marginalized;

6. The State shall promote, without bias, all effective natural and modern methods of family planning that are medically safe and legal;

7. The State shall promote programs that:

(1) enable couples, individuals and women to have the number and spacing of children they desire with due consideration to the health of women and resources available to them;

(2) achieve equitable allocation and utilization of resources;

(3) ensure effective partnership among the national government, local government units and the private sector in the design, implementation, coordination, integration, monitoring and evaluation of people-centered programs to enhance quality of life and environmental protection;

(4) conduct studies to analyze demographic trends towards sustainable human development and

(5) conduct scientific studies to determine safety and efficacy of alternative medicines and methods for reproductive health care development;

8. The provision of reproductive health information, care and supplies shall be the joint responsibility of the National Government and Local Government Units;

9. Active participation by non-government, women’s, people’s, civil society organizations and communities is crucial to ensure that reproductive health and population and development policies, plans, and programs will address the priority needs of the poor, especially women;

10.While this Act recognizes that abortion is illegal and punishable by law, the government shall ensure that all women needing care for post-abortion complications shall be treated and counselled in a humane, non-judgmental and compassionate manner;

11. There shall be no demographic or population targets and the mitigation of the population growth rate is incidental to the promotion of reproductive health and sustainable human development;

12.Gender equality and women empowerment are central elements of reproductive health and population and development;

13.The limited resources of the country cannot be suffered to be spread so thinly to service a burgeoning multitude that makes the allocations grossly inadequate and effectivelymeaningless;

14.Development is a multi-faceted process that calls for the coordination and integration of policies, plans, programs and projects that seek to uplift the quality of life of the people, more particularly the poor, the needy and the marginalized; and

15.That a comprehensive reproductive health program addresses the needs of people throughout their life cycle.

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