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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Building Consensus among Faith-based Groups

Religious organizations play crucial roles in helping their constituents attain their desired health situation and quality of life according to their beliefs. While the CBCP and the Interfaith may not hold the same views regarding RH issues, both organizations are in the front lines of advocating for health care based on their respective religious doctrines and practices. They both have influence over people across almost all of the provinces and cities in the Philippines, and administer to the health care needs of their members through their national offices and local chapters or units. On the other hand, there is still a lack of universally-acceptable and nationally-applicable policies and programs that will improve the health situation and quality of life of the majority of the Filipino people. Hence, such groups need to be continually involved in multisectoral dialogues or discussions, consensus-building, and working together to achieve common goals.

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