2 Baguio City was developed by the Americans in the early 1900’s, who found it to be an ideal site for a future city and summer retreat, especially for officers and employees of the Insular Government. It was designed for a population of 30,000 people, but today Baguio is home to 300,000, including over 20,000 South Koreans. Baguio City occupies about 57 square kilometers of hilly land about 1,524 meters high in the southwestern portion of the Cordillera Central mountain range in Northern Luzon in the Philippines.
3 Baguio City posted a total population of 318,676 persons as of May 1, 2010. This is larger by 66,290 persons compared to its total population of 252,386 persons counted in the Census of Population and Housing (CPH).
6 Irisan was the most populous Barangay Among the 129 barangays comprising Baguio City, barangay Irisan was the most populous.Its population size was 8.9 percent of the total population of the city. Asin Road came in second in terms of population size, with 3.6 percent share. This was followed by Camp 7 (3.1 percent), Loakan Proper (2.9 percent), Bakakeng North (2.7 percent), Bakakeng Central (2.4 percent), Fairview Village (2.3 percent), San Luis Village (2.3 percent), Gibraltar (2.2 percent), and Pinget (2.1 percent). The rest of the barangays contributed less than 2.0 percent each.The least populated barangay was Bagong Lipunan (Market Area) with less than 0.1 percent share to the total population of the city. In 2000, the least populated barangay was Magsaysay, Upper.
7 Sex ratio was 95 males per 100 females Of the 318,676 household population in 2010, females accounted for 51.2 percent while males comprised 48.8 percent.
8 Causes of Overpopulation Decline in the Death Rate Poverty Immigration the condition of having a population so dense as to cause environmental deterioration, an impaired quality of life, or a population crash.Causes of OverpopulationDecline in the Death RatePovertyImmigrationLack of Family Planning
9 Effects of Human Overpopulation Global WarmingEnvironmental PollutionIntensive Farming PracticesConsumption of finite natural resources, such as fresh water, arable land and fossil fuels Rise in UnemploymentHigh Cost of LivingSolutions to OverpopulationBetter EducationMaking People Aware of Family PlanningKnowledge of Sex Education
10 Interview QuestionsHow to Control Over Population?What are the reasons of being Over Populated?Is there a solution on How to lessen Over Population in Baguio City? Identify at least two (2).Is there any actions from the Government in Order to solve Over Population?What are the possible effect of Over Population?
11 10 ELEMENTSFamily Planning. It is the voluntary and positive action of couples to plan and decide the number of children they want and when to have them.Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Nutrition. Maternal care is the special care given to women before, during and after giving birth (pre- natal, during labor and delivery and post-partum care).Prevention and Control of Reproductive Tract Infections (RTIs). Sexually Transmit-ted Diseases (STDs) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS).
12 4. Prevention of Abortions and Management of Complications 4. Prevention of Abortions and Management of Complications. Abortion is the loss or termination of pregnancy before 20 weeks gestation calculated from the date of onset of the last mense. 5. Education and Counseling on Sexuality and Sexual Health. Human sexuality encompasses sexual development, reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, affection, intimacy, body image, and gender roles. 6. Adolescent Reproductive Health. Adolescence is a period of rapid and dramatic changes both physically and emotionally.
13 7. Prevention and Management of Violence Against Women 7. Prevention and Management of Violence Against Women. Violence against women (VAW) is "any gender-based violence whether physical, sexual or social -that results in suffering among women, including threats, coercion; or -deprivation of liberty, whether in public or private life". 8. Men's Reproductive Health and Involvement. Men have reproductive health concerns that are unique to them. 9. Prevention and Management of Breast and Reproductive Tract Cancers and Other Gynecological Conditions. The two most common cancers in women are cancer of the breast and cancer of the cervix. 10. Prevention and Treatment of Infertility and Sexual Disorders. Infertility is generally defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after one year or un-protected, adequately timed intercourse.
14 “We must stabilize population “We must stabilize population. This will be possible only if all nations recognize that it requires improved social and economic conditions, and the adoption of effective, voluntary family planning.” Lester Milbrath, professor emeritus and author, Learning to Think Environmentally (While there is Still Time)