[RA 10152] Mandatory Infant-Health Immunization Act of 2011. Expanded the coverage of vaccines for infants. It now includes (a) Tuberculosis; (b) Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis; (c) Poliomyelitis; (d) Measles; (e) Rubella; (f) H. Influenza type B (HIB); and (g) Such other types as may be determined by the Secretary of Health
[RA 10157] Kindergarten Education Act. Directs the Department of Education (DepEd) to design a preschool program that shall be made part of the curriculum of public schools and shall be considered as a requisite to elementary education
[RA 10354]Reproductive Health Law. Improve the access to various reproductive health services in order to help improve the quality of life of families. Includes distribution of free contraceptives and requiring government hospitals to provide reproductive health services
[RA 11480] Giving the President the power to set a different start of the school year in a state of emergency or calamity. This was passed in response to the onset of pandemic in 2020 which disrupted the school calendar
[RA 11566] Conversion of the Schistosomiasis Control and Research Hospital in Palo, Leyte into Governor Benjamin T. Romualdez General Hospital and Schistosomiasis Center and increasing its bed capacity from 25 to 100
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