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The Ten biggest problems facing the Philippines today

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Recel Canonigo

on 15 February 2016

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Transcript of The Ten biggest problems facing the Philippines today

HEAVY TRAFFIC
If you observe, there are lots
of transport buses and jeeps
plying within EDSA and other
main streets in the city.
This is to include the
Provincial Buses going and
coming from the
Northern & Southern Provinces.
Maybe, reducing the number of
buses and jeeps in the city
would ease up the traffic in the city.
TOP 1
TRASH
A major problem that comes with the dump sites is the toxic liquid called leachate that seeps into the soil, and most of the time is released unfiltered into the river system and the groundwater – a source of our drinking water.
One way to solve this is to address the manufacturers and convince them to use fewer toxic materials from the start.

According to the DENR, 50 of the 421 rivers in the Philippines are already considered “biologically dead”, among them the Pasig river. They no longer contain any oxygen and cannot support any but the hardiest kinds of species.
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POOR
EDUCATIONAL
SYSTEM
The Poor Educational System is one of the biggest problem in our country today.

Because of our biggest population today.
The Government can`t provide all the needs like in Schools,
Lack of Classrooms,
Lack of Chairs and;
Lack of Things that will be needed.

The Government should focus on this also.
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FLOODING EVERYTIME
WHEN THERE IS RAIN
Flooding occurs most commonly from heavy rainfall when natural watercourses do not have the capacity to convey excess water.

Floods can have devastating consequences and can have effects on the economy, environment and people.

The causes of Floods are the clogged Canals because of the Garbage throwned by some people.
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The Seven biggest problems facing the Philippines today
In order to find any solution, one must know the problem. So let us make a list of the biggest problems facing our country today. Here is my list of 7
HIGH CRIME
RATES
The cause of crime is not poverty or the inability of the government to provide basic social needs such as jobs and education. Crimes are caused by people making wrong moral choices. Yes, lack of employment or food on the table is an influence but its the lack of moral training that cause an individual to steal, cheat or murder.

The government should focus on this case because lots of innocence people died without justice.
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DRUGS
A drug is any substance other than food, that when inhaled, injected, smoked, consumed, absorbed via a patch on the skin or dissolved under the tongue causes a physiological change in the body.


The Government must focus on this kind of Problem because lots of people are using this kind of Illegal Drugs.
POVERTY
Poverty and Inequality in the Phils. remains a challenge.In the past four decades,the proportion of households living below the official poverty line has declined slowly and unevenly and poverty reduction has been much slow.
There is weak local government capacity for implementing poverty reduction programs.
Poverty levels are strongly linked to Educational attainment.
The poor have large members of the families, with six or more members.

TOP 7
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