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The FILIPINAY campaign is an advocacy campaign geared towards celebrating the modern Filipina's right to an informed reproductive health choice.

The FILIPINAY is every mother, daughter, sister, wife and Filipina who has made a conscious decision to exercise her right to decide on what she feels is best for her body, her future, her family, and ultimately, herself.

 

 

A pill a day, keeps the baby away

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SkyMan

Looks like an ad disguised as some pro-women's campaign and you know how much Paul loves ads on LinC.

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This is information about products in the Philippines aimed at those who can not afford the expensive production that we can buy.
Also some general information.

This is in my opinion a very good site for learning Filipino women and men about Birth Control
And they need it.



Forget condom!
They will not use it and it's too expensive
!

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DKT Philippines began its social marketing campaign in 1991 by introducing Trust condoms.

In addition to Trust condoms, DKT Philippines has introduced other contraceptives to meet the needs of low-income Filipinas.

 

 

DKT International has consistently received 4 stars from Charity Navigator for its financial performance.

DKT is one of the largest and most cost-effective family planning organizations in world, with a cost per couple served of less than $2

 

DKT

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Nangulo

 

Forget condom

 

Are you kidding?  No pill stops the transmission of STIs.  What good is the ability to breed (or not) if you're dripping white or infectious.  And how much is the cost of the cure versus the cost of the prevention?

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Are you kidding?  No pill stops the transmission of STIs.  What good is the ability to breed (or not) if you're dripping white or infectious.  And how much is the cost of the cure versus the cost of the prevention?

This is a reality, Filipino men do not use condoms!

Of course they should, but they don't.

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Alan S

For several years free contraception was available, instigated by the UNFPA and supported (and mostly funded) by USAID.

 

It was curtailed, (and then I believe it was banned) by various politicians who were supported by the Church.

 

Any initiative that assists in promoting birth control should be welcomed (IMHO) as the massive families that some have are not  only expensive to support but bad for the womans health.

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