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PopCity, a PopDev Game Now Playable Online
To know more about the game, go to http://www.popcity.ph/

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Mulat, Pinoy! Population and Elections 2010 Website
The Mulat Pinoy project is a joint effort of PCPD and the Probe Foundation to bring about a broader awareness of population issues; and push for candidates to adopt and address population and development issues in their campaign platforms. Visit www.mulatpinoy.ph or follow us on twitter, facebook, and multiply.

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PopDevEd Teaching Modules for Catholic Schools Now Available
 

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IMDM Shares Management Cases on PopDev
The International Movement of Development Managers developed ten management cases on population and development for executive and leadership education.

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How They Stand on Population
Philippine Daily InquirerFirst Posted 22:51:00 03/06/2010 MANILA, Philippines—Talk of the Town is running the stand of presidential candidates on a number of issues, starting with the country’s fast-growing population, now estimated at more than 92 million.

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LGU Framework on Population Management Crafted
After a series of consultative workshops in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, a Local Government Unit (LGU) Framework on Poverty Reduction, Hunger Mitigation and Population Management was finally crafted.

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Mulat Pinoy to hold media forum on Aug 28 in QC
Mulat Pinoy will hold a forum  and workshop entitled Philippine Population in Focus: Myths and Challenges, from 4:00 to 7:00 PM on August 28, 2010, at Annabel’s Restaurant, Tomas Morato, Quezon Ave.

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POP-I Video Contest: Eye Popping Population Info Videos
Will you burn in hell if you use contraceptives? With so many people in the Philippines, how can you get a job?

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On sexuality, the hierarchy has usurped the entire teaching office
For more than three decades the Catholic church has seen no progress in formulating a contemporary understanding of human sexuality, one that will provide principles for pastoral accommodation to new insights. If this were a board game, the church’s piece would still be sitting on “Start.”

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Population Management should be mainstreamed in the Philippine Development Agenda
"The rapid population growth in the Philippines over the last several decades has hindered the country's economic development. From 2000 to 2009, the Philippines had one of the highest population growth rates in the Southeast Asian region at 2.04 percent (as of 2007) and the second largest population of more than 92 million in 2009, next only to Indonesia. Download a full version of this policy brief at the resources/papers page of the PCPD website."

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