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Comments on: Closing thoughts: Revisiting Contraception, Abortion, and Access to Maternal Health Services in the Philippines http://stanford.edu/group/womenscourage/cgi-bin/blogs/blog/2013/03/07/closing-thoughts-revisiting-contraception-abortion-and-access-to-maternal-health-services-in-the-philippines/ Subject to Terms of Use: See http://www.stanford.edu/home/atoz/terms.html Thu, 14 Mar 2013 20:58:25 -0700 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.4 hourly 1 By: Christina http://stanford.edu/group/womenscourage/cgi-bin/blogs/blog/2013/03/07/closing-thoughts-revisiting-contraception-abortion-and-access-to-maternal-health-services-in-the-philippines/comment-page-1/#comment-4459 Christina Sun, 10 Mar 2013 01:06:49 +0000 http://stanford.edu/class/humbio129/cgi-bin/blogs/?p=17527#comment-4459 I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it's especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years. I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it’s especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years.

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By: Christina http://stanford.edu/group/womenscourage/cgi-bin/blogs/blog/2013/03/07/closing-thoughts-revisiting-contraception-abortion-and-access-to-maternal-health-services-in-the-philippines/comment-page-1/#comment-4457 Christina Sun, 10 Mar 2013 01:06:41 +0000 http://stanford.edu/class/humbio129/cgi-bin/blogs/?p=17527#comment-4457 I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it's especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years. I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it’s especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years.

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By: Christina http://stanford.edu/group/womenscourage/cgi-bin/blogs/blog/2013/03/07/closing-thoughts-revisiting-contraception-abortion-and-access-to-maternal-health-services-in-the-philippines/comment-page-1/#comment-4461 Christina Sun, 10 Mar 2013 01:06:40 +0000 http://stanford.edu/class/humbio129/cgi-bin/blogs/?p=17527#comment-4461 I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it's especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years. I enjoyed following your blog on reproductive health for women in the Philippines. I liked how you discussed a broad array of topics related to women and reproductive health, while also highlighting several creative interventions. “Project for Cordillera – wide strengthening of the local health system for effective and efficient delivery of maternal and child health services” sounds like a really interesting program and I think that it’s especially promising that it was created by the government. This suggests that the government does recognize that there is a problem and is looking for feasible solutions, rather than merely ignoring the issue. I am curious to see how laws and policy change in the Philippines in the coming years.

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