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Marcus Roberts | 15 August 2012

The Philippines is locked in a battle about contraception and a heavyweight has joined the debate.

Big Ups for Briggy Hall

Marcus Roberts | 29 May 2012

A new project in Phillipines is helping the people set up their own food businesses - a much better way of alleviating poverty than population control.

Filipinos debate population control

Marcus Roberts | 30 March 2011
Earlier this year “The Responsible Parenthood, Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2011” unanimously passed the House Committee on Population and Family Relations in the Philippines. This means that this controversial Bill is a step closer towards becoming law. Why is it controversial?
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