10 things you need to know about the Philippines
You probably think the Philippines is a relatively safe place, but there’s still a lot of danger.
Here’s a look at some of the things you might not know about it. 1.
Its capital, Manila, is notorious for drug trafficking and sexual assault.
In fact, the country has seen at least 20,000 murders since the early 1980s.
In the past, the Philippines has been known for being a hub for human trafficking, as people are lured into the country to work as indentured laborers or to work in casinos.
In 2017, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said that Manila’s population has more than doubled since the 1980s due to a combination of high migration and poor health care.
Philippines is also one of the poorest countries in the world, with an average annual GDP per capita of $12,895.
In 2016, a study found that the country was ranked third-worst in the Philippines, behind Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
The Philippines has more homicides than any other country, and one in six Filipinos has a drug problem.
According to a 2016 report by the Philippine Institute of Statistics and Analysis (PISA), the Philippines had a rate of homicides of 17.6 per 100,000 people in 2016.
Manila has one of Asia’s highest murder rates.
The murder rate is at an all-time high of 30.8 per 100 to 1, with a murder rate per 100 million people in the country of nearly 25.
That means a murder victim is about one person for every 5,600 people.
The Philippine government has been criticized for its use of torture and ill-treatment against its citizens.
The country’s Human Rights Commission has reported at least 826 human rights violations since it came into power in 1996.
Filipinos are among the least likely to be employed in the United States, with just over 3 million people employed in industries like construction and food services.
The U.S. Embassy in Manila is the only U.N. building that is located in the city.
The largest city in the archipelago, Luzon, has a population of more than 30 million people.