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Regional Director's Corner

                   Sir Lyds min

       LYDIO M. ESPAÑOL, JR.
Indeed, 2016 is a challenging year for us. A new administration, under the leadership of President Rodrigo R. Duterte, posed a challenge for the attainment of “zero unmet need for modern family planning” to all concerned agencies. This challenge is for the full implementation of Republic Act No. 10354 otherwise known as the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012. Unmet need for modern family planning refers to women capable of becoming pregnant and giving birth who are not using contraception but wish to postpone their next childbirth or stop childbearing altogether.

As the lead agency in implementing the Philippine Population Management Program in Regions IV-CALABARZON, the Commission on Population (POPCOM) Region IV is ready to take the challenge.

This website showcases the various demand generation activities, which include orientations and trainings of POPCOM Region IV for its Local Government Units, partner agencies and civil society organizations.

There are a number of ways to respond to President Duterte's directive and these activities are just some of them. Although trials and hurdles are very much a part of the journey towards success, POPCOM Region IV, being an organization that works for the empowerment of Filipino families, is ready to face this task head on.

Let's continue to empower more Filipino families and communities!

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Adolescent Health and Youth Development

Program Manager:     Ms. Magdalena G. Abellera   -   Regional Director, RPO V

Assistant:                   Mr. Reynaldo O. Wong          -    Regional Director, RPO IX

The Adolescent Health and Youth Development Program (AHYDP) is one of the key component programs of the Philippine Population Management Program (PPMP).  The overall goal of the AHYD Program is to contribute to the improvement and promotion of the total well-being of young Filipinos ages 10-14; 15-19 and 20-24 through their sexual and reproductive health.   Specifically it aims to contribute to the reduction of the incidence of teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV/AIDS among young people which are aligned with the thrusts of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Program of Action (PoA).

As the government agency tasked to manage the AHYD Program, the Philippine Commission on Population leads in the coordination and monitoring of relevant initiatives in the areas of:

  • Policy support
  • Service delivery
  • Capacity building
  • Advocacy and information, communication and education (IEC)    
  • Research and  management information system 

Moreover, the Commission works hand in hand with the Department of Health and other stakeholders both public and private in linking demand and services through the development and piloting of demand generation strategies and conduct of researches that merit appropriate policy and program responses.  The efforts of the Commission involve and target the various level of stakeholders including the young people themselves as the primary stakeholder, the family, specifically the parents as primary sexuality educators and the school, government, church and media as supporting institutions.  With concerted efforts, necessary services and information which are crucial to the development of the total well-being of the young people will be made available wherever they go--- home, school, church and community. 

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