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Join Pro-RH rally on wednesday, February 16 at 830 am

Be there to show lawmakers they need to listen to us, not the CBCP. There will be a Pro-RH rally on Wednesday, February 16, at 830 am, in front of House of Representatives SouthWing gate. Let’s show Committee on Appropriations our numbers. Pass #RHBill

Join the mobilization of RH advocates !

What: Rally of RH advocates to urge the Committee on Appropriations to pass the RH bill and Media briefing after the result of the 3rd hearing.

When: February 16, Wednesday @ the House of Representatives (South wing gate)

  • Convince the Committee on Appropriations to pass the RH bill
  • Urge PNoy to dialogue with the RH advocates

8:00 am – 10:00 am –  sidewalk across the south wing gate

10:00 am – 12:00 nn – program at  the south wing gate

  • Bring your organizational banner
  • Make your own placards calling for the urgency of the passage of  the RH bill.

For sample slogans visit: http://www.likhaan.org/content/pass-rh-bill-graphic-designs-and-posters

  • Bring your RH friends
  • Wear white shirts, purple bandana, RH pin
  • Bring umbrella

Let your voice be heard!

Over a 1,000 RH advocates are expected to attend.

Organized by the Reproductive Health Advocacy Network (RHAN) for the RH, Ipasa Na Campaign, a nationally coordinated campaign for the passage of the Reproductive Health Law.

Know more of the Reproductive Health issues Read our RH resources. or the We will pass the Reproductive Health Bill

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