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