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Published by: Faye Elizabeth Ganadin on Feb 06, 2011
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PROGRAM PLANI. Title of the Program:
³Children Having Children´ teenage pregnancy
 II. Rationale
Data collected by the students revealed that 40 adolescent (16-19 yearsold) students of Lyceum of the Philippines University found out to be pregnantfor the SY 2010-2011 second semester. In 92 percent of these teens, thepregnancy was unplanned, and the majority, 78 percent, did not even usecontraceptives the first time they had sex. Many of them were even cluelessthat even on a single intercourse, they could wind up pregnant.Further reading revealed that Filipino teens get a higher exposure to sexfrom the Internet, magazines, TV shows, movies and other media thandecades ago, yet without any corresponding increase in information on howto handle the input. According to the 2002 Young Adult Fertility and SexualityStudy by the University of the Philippines Population Institute (UPPI) and theDemographic Research and Development Foundation, 26 percent of our Filipino youth nationwide from ages 15 to 25 admitted to having a premaritalsex experience. What¶s worse is that 38 percent of our youth are already in alive-in arrangement.Former Labor Undersecretary Susan Ople has urged the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) and the leaders of the call center industry topursue awareness campaigns in workplaces to stem the rise of HIV/AIDS inthe Philippines.Official records at the Department of Health (DOH) showed the number of HIV cases rose to 709 in 2009, compared to the 528 recorded the previousyear. With 675 respondents from 22 call centers in Metro Manila and MetroCebu, showed a significant number of call center workers has contracteddiseases through non-romantic but regular sexual engagements.
 The program is designed to address the cases of teenage pregnancy inrelation to reproductive health education. Its focus is on prevention of teenagepregnancy and to provide support and guidance support and guidancedesigned to avoid negative outcomes associated with teenage pregnancy andparenting.
III. Goals and ObjectivesGoals:
 After a month of school-based nursing interventions, the students of Lyceum of the Philippines University will be able to increase their knowledgeregarding reproductive health.
 After a month of school-based nursing interventions, the students of Lyceum of the Philippines University would be able to:1. Acknowledge the rapport being established by the school nurses inorganizing the program including their purpose.2. Verbalize understanding on reproductive health specifically on variouscontraceptive methods through posters that will be place on different collegedepartments.3. State the significance of reproductive health bill utilizing and reading thepamphlets that will be available upon visiting the school clinic.4. Decrease in the incidence rate of teenage pregnancy.5. Appreciate the scope of reproductive health bill in the provision of specialattention to reducing the incidence of teen-age pregnancy and other adolescent reproductive health problems
IV: Description
The program is mainly a health teaching utilizing posters, pamphlets, and videosto facilitate learning on the target groups in a more creative way.The posters contain pictures and topics on how to use various contraceptivemethods. It will be place on the bulletin boards of different college departments andhallways where the students can see this accessibly.The pamphlets are available on the school clinic where the students can get their copies upon coming in and out of the clinic. The pamphlets will facilitate the learningof the students regarding the factors, risks and harms of early exposure to premaritalsex even without using any contraceptives. It contains simple words and guidedpictures in able to reach out all the level of intellect of the target group.The video will be played via projector just after the entrance on the main gate. It¶sa compilation of a teenage mother and aborted baby pictures with captions andbackground music sang by Rivermaya entitled ³Anak´ will surely capture the heartsof every students passing through that area.
V: Obstacles to the Program Implementation
Non-governmental organizations including Lyceum of the Philippines Universityare pushing for the enactment of a Reproductive Health bill. That piece of legislationwould uphold the use of artificial contraceptives and institutionalize sex education inschools.
But the influential Catholic Church¶s opposition to it has put it on hold.(http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/southeastasia/view/430635/1/.html)Dr. Junice Melgar said: ³Unfortunately, even sexuality education is beingchallenged and opposed by conservative forces in the Philippines. Whether we like itor not, whether parents approve it or not, the young people are getting all source of information from the Internet, from their peers, etc.³And if there¶s no authoritative voice that tells uniformly on a standard basiswhat¶s the harm, what are the risks, how can young people avoid the risk of early

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