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What Are The Effects Of Over Population In The Philippines?

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wilbert u can call me sue Profile
Over population anywhere has negative effects. In some countries they abandon children, in others the parents die due to lack of food and children have to fend for themselves. This is where a lot of child slavery happens as the rich will sponsor a child only to keep as housekeepers and abandon them when older. Happens all the time. Best you can do is sponsor a child or send whatever you can contribute monthly as this not only helps the child, but the whole community. I find it unfair that you cannot send clothing, but by doing so, it will make others envyous. I crochet blankets, and have sent hundreds to the Ukraine and Soviet Union to help the street kids. Many abandoned by their parents who were orphans also. It is sad when one society is battling the battle of the bulge, too fat, and others go for days without food
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The main reason why the Philippines is considered overpopulated is because of the mismanagement of resources. Because it is mismanaged, too much people are not getting their fair share of the resource, even though the actually fair share might sustain them. So, not being able to sustain a percentage of their population means there are too many people for the working system to support, and having too many people would equate to overpopulation.

It is a complex study so it really hard to define overpopulation, considering resources come from all over the globe so it's hard to measure just how many the Philippines can support.
Victor Bactol III Profile
Too much people means more mouths to feed and more bodies to be clothed etc.
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The cause of overpopulation in The Phillippines is excessive intercourse that results in pregnancy and birth.

The main effect of overpopulation is that the men tend to sleep quite a bit because they have intercourse frequently.

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