The Worst and the Most Amazing Things in the Philippines
An island that has long been a popular tourist destination in the Philippine capital, Manila, is experiencing a revival of sorts, as poor travelers continue to flock to the city.
The country’s tourism industry is in a tailspin, as its tourism-related revenues are declining and its population continues to shrink.
This is because of the country’s ongoing economic woes, which have caused many Filipinos to leave their home countries and migrate to more prosperous countries like China and South Korea.
This, coupled with the economic hardships the country is facing, has caused many tourists to return to the Philippines to seek a better life.
According to data from the National Tourism Administration, tourism has been on a steady decline in the past three years.
The number of people who had visited the Philippines for the first time in 2016, decreased by 13.5% compared to the previous year, according to data compiled by the government.
This decline is due to a number of reasons, including an ongoing economic crisis, a surge in migrant workers from the Philippines, and the fact that Filipinos who stayed in the country have been forced to leave.
A major part of the problem lies in the island of Mindanao, a place that is home to over 100 million people, according the National Bureau of Statistics.
This island, known for its beaches and palm trees, has seen an explosion in its population in recent years.
A recent census showed that it had the largest concentration of migrant workers among the countries that make up the Philippines.
The population has also been growing in Mindanaon, a region of the Philippines that has become a magnet for cheap labor.
According the census, there were more than 2.5 million migrant workers in the region in 2016.
The influx of migrant labor, along with its lack of basic amenities and social services, has left the people of Mindananao without adequate basic needs.
As a result, many people are finding themselves in debt, as they have no choice but to resort to begging and selling things they need in order to survive.
One of the major causes of this situation is the fact the local government, despite having the ability to provide a basic standard of living for its citizens, has yet to provide basic services.
This includes housing, healthcare, education, transportation, and more.
The Philippines has an extensive poverty index, which measures the severity of poverty in the society.
The poverty index was set at 0.6% in 2016 and is currently at 0,8% in 2017.
In the Philippines’ most populous region, Mindanaal, the poverty index is 4.3%.
Poverty is estimated to be the second highest in the world, behind that of South Sudan, with an average of 8.1% in the nation.
According a recent study conducted by the Philippine Institute of Statistics and Geography (PIPS), the poverty rate in the Mindanaan region is nearly 50% higher than the national average.
The poor people of the region live in conditions that are not only degrading, but also deadly.
The region has a very high rate of infant mortality, with nearly one in four children dying of preventable causes.
This high death rate is exacerbated by a lack of social services.
In addition, the region has the highest infant mortality rate of any country in Southeast Asia, at 4.6%.
The region also has the lowest percentage of residents who are literate, at just 23%.
The Philippines is ranked 142 out of 178 countries in the United Nations Development Program’s 2018 World Economic Outlook.
As the region’s economy continues to struggle, the country has been forced into a number and growing list of cuts and redundancies.
According this report, there are approximately 12,500 unemployed people in Mindanal, while the unemployment rate in Pampanga and Davao cities, as well as in Mindani-Bolivar province, is at almost 20% and 18%, respectively.
The situation is dire, as poverty in Mindayanas’ impoverished regions has been increasing.
Many of the workers that live in these areas have been unable to find jobs due to the increasing unemployment.
In a country that has a population of about 13 million, it is estimated that there are between 300,000 and 500,000 people living in poverty in its entirety.
The Philippine government is also experiencing difficulties in managing the countrys finances.
The government is currently struggling to pay for pensions, health care, and other necessities for its people.
However, this is not a problem that can be solved overnight.
It is going to take a long time for the government to implement the reforms that are necessary.
The current economic crisis in the entire country will take years to fix.
It may take decades to completely resolve the issues facing the Philippines as a whole.
However for the Philippines and its citizens living in the impoverished areas, the long road to recovery is still not over.