Prevent Teenage Pregnancy through reading

Prevent Teenage Pregnancy through reading

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Sealthiel Agustin started this petition to Department of Education and

According to a post of ABS-CBN News on July 11,2019 about 500 teenage girls give birth in the Philippines every day as more adolescents engage in premarital sex, the Commission on Population (POPCOM) said.POPCOM executive-director Juan Antonio Perez told reporters on the sidelines of a World Population Day Forum in Quezon City some196,000 Filipinos between the ages of 15 and 19 years old get pregnant each year.Filipino teens who were exposed to vice or the internet at an early age usually end up with unplanned pregnancies, the POPCOM chief said.

The best way to prevent this crisis is to be effective on sexual abstinence.One way to stop having curiosity about it is to stop vices and especially limiting the use of media that may lead to watching sites related to pornography.Reading books (best is the Bible) can be the best way to lessen the use of gadgets or anything related to technology.It's traditional,but it can benefit the reader to be effective on sexual abstinence and even fuel his or her imagination.

This solution is not only for the Filipinos,but for the whole world,too.We can prevent teenage pregnancy if we continue reading books and lessen our time in media."Ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan." this is a famous quote from our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. He stated that the youth is the hope of the nation but we act, speak, and think otherwise. All youth from all around the world are engaged to social media which actually negates our way of thinking.This is why we are knocking the doors of our Department of Education to promote adding books to libraries of our schools nationwide or at least in the NCR. We also suggest Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino High School and the library to give more activities about reading and formulate a seminar about responsible use of social media.

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