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Activity goals and objectives goals immediate goal

Title of Project Activity:Building Capabilities of Community Volunteers and Faith-Based Organizations as Advocates for Child ProtectionImplementing Organization:National Council of Social Development Foundation of the Phils, Inc. (NCSD)Activity Participants :75 Volunteers From Dagupan City, Ormoc and Tacloban City Duration of Activity:4 day each as a total of 12 days


Activity goals and objectives goals immediate goal

Activity Goals and Objectives

Goals:

Immediate Goal-

To train and mobilize 75 faith-based and community volunteers as Frontline advocates for the promotion on child’s rights.


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Long-term Goal-

To improve the life situation of 60% of the targetted 400 children in need of special protection in focused areas with social and economic support of 60-75 trained volunteers advocates.


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  • Specific Objectives

  • At the end of four (4) days, the 75 volunteers in 3 batches of training activities are able to:

  • Acquire a basic understanding on the history and principles of volunteerism and attributes of an effective volunteer;



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PROGRAM SCHEDULE promoting for child protection and thus making their area as child-friendly communities;DAY 1AM-Opening AmenitiesAdministration of Pre-Post Evaluation / QuestionnairesPresentation of Activity Goals, Objectives and ContentUnderstanding Volunteerism, basic principles and attributes of effective volunteers


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  • PM-Understanding basic needs and rights of children promoting for child protection and thus making their area as child-friendly communities;Understanding types of abuses on children and root causes of their behaviorsUnderstanding psychodynamics and long term effects on behavior of CNSP.Methodologies – Brainstorming, buzz sessions, case situation analysis (Joselyn and Anna) Lecture, Discussion, Video Presentations (“The Daughter” and “Good Boy”)


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DAY 2 promoting for child protection and thus making their area as child-friendly communities;AM-Summary of Day 1 Learning Insights Understanding types of parents, parenting behaviorsFactors that lead to child abuse, neglect and exploitation by parentsProtective Behavior Against Sexual Abuse of Children


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  • PM-Salient provisions of child welfare laws that volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and developmentChild and Youth Welfare Code (PO603)Special Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act – RA 7610Comprehensive Juvenile Justice and Welfare System RA 9344Child Labor Law – RA 9231


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  • Methodologies volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and development – Brainstorming, case situation analysis, exercises, lecture / discussion, large group sharing


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DAY 3 volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and developmentAM-Summary of Day 2 Learning Insights-Areas for Volunteer work in CommunitiesResponding to the needs for survival, protection and development of Street children in the areaPanel Discussion – DSWD, CSWDO, Street educators and street children


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  • PM-Alternative Family Care for Children volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and developmentFoster Home Care / guardianshipAdoptionFamily-based Program for children survivors of sexual abuse and exploitationCommunity Diversion Services for CICLMethodologies-Brainstorming, Case situation analysis, Video Presentations, Lecture/discussions, large group sharing


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DAY 4 volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and developmentAM-Counseling as effective intervention model in helping CNSP survivors of abuse, neglect and exploitationGround level resource generationNetworking / referral system


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  • PM-Team and Commitment Building principles and guides volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and developmentAction Planning for Volunteer Program for Child Protection in the CityFaith-based groupsCommunity Volunteer AdvocatesActivity Evaluation and SynthesisAdministration of Post Test Evaluation QuestionnaireClosing of the Activity


Course content resource references materials
COURSE CONTENT / RESOURCE / REFERENCES MATERIALS volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and development

  • VOLUNTEERISM

  • -History, Basic Principles and attributes


History of volunteerism
History of Volunteerism volunteers should know in child protection, advocacy and development

  • Historically, volunteerism has always been an integrative component of human services anywhere in the world in varying types, scope and purposes.


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  • It is recorded that the forerunner of modern day volunteerism started in 1617 when St. Vincent de Paul organized the Ladies of Charity (now, Daughters of Charity) and tasked them to help the poor, the sick, the slaves and others in misery in those time. This was follows by the Salesian sisters of St. John Bosco and the Good Shepherd sisters in 1800 serving the women, slavery and child labor.


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  • During World War I and II, the International Red Cross volunteers worked underground to help wounded soldiers and other victims of war. The Philippine National Red Cross Volunteers (PNRC) are does the same not only during armed conflict but in all situation of natural and man-made disasters and calamities.


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  • Like other developing country, the Philippines was recipient of several direct volunteers service which started with the coming of the Thomasite volunteer teachers during the American occupation and the fielding of the Peace Corps volunteers in the early 60’s up to the present. They are assigned in far village and agencies involved in social welfare, education, agriculture, environmental protection and management.


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Basic policies philosophy values and principles in effective volunteerism
BASIC POLICIES, PHILOSOPHY, VALUES Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) is responsible both in supervising foreign volunteers and sending Filipino volunteers in Africa and other thrill world countriesAND PRINCIPLES IN EFFECTIVE VOLUNTEERISM

  • The development of a functional volunteer program as an alternative resource in the delivery of human services to individuals, groups and communities requires careful planning and understanding basic values, Principles and Guidelines to enhance the quality of human interactions between stakeholders and the exchange of technology in the PLANNED CHANGE OR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS.


1 basic values and philosophy
1. Basic Values and Philosophy Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) is responsible both in supervising foreign volunteers and sending Filipino volunteers in Africa and other thrill world countries

  • Respect for the worth and dignity of the individual in whatever level of status they are.

  • Belief that every individual has the capacity to change and rise above the level person survival the self-efficiency, if they are given access to opportunities. Some are just faster and some low.

  • Upholding the basic human rights and the rights of the child to SURVIVAL, PROTECTION, DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION.


2 basic principles
2. Basic Principles Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA) is responsible both in supervising foreign volunteers and sending Filipino volunteers in Africa and other thrill world countries

  • Confidentiality – not sharing secrets and privileged information with others

  • Self-Determination – acceptance that the individual has the basic right to decide for himself/herself. Volunteers are only facilitators for the change effort.


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Attributes of an effective volunteer
ATTRIBUTES OF AN EFFECTIVE VOLUNTEER such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

1. Emphatic – an effective volunteer

Understand the values of others

Sensitive to other’s culture, beliefs and traditions

Shares other’s hopes, aspirations and hardships t gain trust and confidence

2. Humble

He/she adopts a low – key approach and profile (Hindi mayabang)

Recognizes the wisdom of others

Sheds off authoritarian tendencies


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3. such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.SensitiveHe/she is aware of and understands the needs and emotion of othersShows concern and lends a hand, especially during crisis situations4. DecisiveHe/she knows when to act and when not to actTakes into account all relevant information on an issue before deciding or taking action


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  • 5. Self-Confident such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.He/she feels capable of meeting challengesHas positive self-image

  • 6. DependableHe/she is trusted to carry out his/her roles and responsibilities and able to deliver what is expected on time


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7. Credible such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.He/she is trusted to have the intelligence and integrity to provide correct information8. OpennessHe/she is willing to listen, learn and accept new ideas contrary even to his/her own perception or experience


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  • 9. Transparent such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.His/her official acts are open to anyone to review or examine and people have access to official documents and records

  • 10. AccountableHe/she accounts for personal actions and those of partnersDoes his/her task with honesty, impartiality and morality.


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11. Responsible such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

He/she ensures that actions are carried out and directions properly followed

12. Tenacious

He/she has unyielding, drive to achieve or accomplish something (A Vision, Assignment or Mandate)


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13. Creative such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

He/she is innovative, a dreamer, inventive, imaginative and resourceful

14. Productive

He/ she are able to produce “more” with available or limited resources.


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15. Quality – Oriented such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

He/She has the desire and passion for excellence

16. Stewarships

He/She has the “caretaker” quality – inspiring, motivating, leading


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17. Consensus - Seeker such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

His/Her communication style is geared toward dialogue, understanding and harmony and a non-adversarial, win-win relationship.

18. Sense of Urgency

He/She has a burning desire to act immediately and take advantage of opportunity to help others.


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19. Anticipatory such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

He/She can identify effects/impact of issues and events.

20. Futuristic

He/She is able to forecast and tract future events.


B basic needs of a child
B. BASIC NEEDS OF A CHILD such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

  • Material needs for sufficient bodily care without which the child may not be even surviving such us: Food, Clothing and Shelter.


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  • Protection from danger, abuse and exploitation. such as malikot, magnanakaw, malandi, etc. Helping behaviors are their feelings of hurt, fear, anger, hopelessness, sadness from being separated from sibling, mothers, peers rejected by society, etc.

  • Love, care and affection as unconditional needs of every child.


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C rights of the child un convention on the rights of the child
C. RIGHTS OF THE CHILD-UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

  • Four (4) Broad Categories

    1. Survival Rights

  • Rights of the child for him or her to live. These include food, health, shelter, and clothing’s.


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2. Development Rights Child

  • The rights of the child for him or her to attain full potential. These include education, rest and recreation, play, spiritual enrichment, love, car and affection.


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3. Protection Rights Child

  • The rights of the child for him or her to be supported and protection. These include protection from mental, physical or sexual abuse, neglect and exploitation.


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4. Participation Rights Child

  • The rights of the child which will enable him or her to express his or her feelings and thoughts. These include his or her right to speak his or her opinion; to have access to good and important information; to be with his or her own peers; and his or her right to have a name and nationality which he or she needs to be identified as a member of a family, community or a society.


The rights can be summarized as follows
The Rights can be summarized as follows: Child

  • Rights to be born, have a name and nationality (no to abortion, to have a birth certificate etc.)


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Duties and responsibilities of children pd 306
Duties and Responsibilities of Children (PD 306) education, alternative learning system (ALS)

  • Lend an upright and virtuous life

  • Love, respect and obey their parents

  • Love his / her brothers and sisters


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  • Develop his potentials as an individual education, alternative learning system (ALS)

  • Respect his/her elders, visitors and cultural traditions

  • Participate in Civic affairs

  • Help observe human rights of others


D situation of children in need of special protection
D. SITUATION OF CHILDREN IN NEED OF SPECIAL PROTECTION education, alternative learning system (ALS)

(46.5% are sexual abuses)


Children in need of special protection
Children in Need of Special Protection education, alternative learning system (ALS)

These are children who are. . . . . .

  • In hazardous & exploitative labor

  • On the streets

  • Victims of sexual abuse & commercial exploitation

  • Without primary care givers


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  • In situation of armed conflict education, alternative learning system (ALS)

  • In conflict with the law

  • With various forms of disability

  • Girl children

  • In ethnic / cultural communities

  • Living with HIV/AIDS


Who are in need of alternative parental care or the children in need of special protection cnsp
Who are in need of Alternative Parental Care or the Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Philippine Population

  • 85.2 million (total population as project by NSO for year 2005)

  • 43.4% or 32.8 million are children or below 18 years old

  • 15% or 13.5 million are below 6 years old


Types of alternative parental care
Types of Alternative Parental Care in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • ADOPTION – A socio-legal process which enables a child who cannot be reared by his biological parents acquire legal status wherein he/she can benefit from new relationships with a permanent family. Adoption establishes a parent-child relationship resulting in the same mutual rights and obligations that exist between children and their biological parents


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  • FOSTER / KINSHIP FAMILY CARE in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) – is the provision of planned substitute parental care to a child by a licensed foster family when his/her biological parents are unable to care for him/her temporarily or permanently


Street children
Street Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

Highly visible children:

More than 4 hours on the streets.

National estimate: 45,000 – 50,000

  • 75% with families

  • 20% refrain from going home

  • 5% without families


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Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Trafficking

  • Child Prostitution

  • Child Pornography

    Victims of commercial sexual abuse are:

  • Mostly females, ages 13-18

  • Initiated into the sex trade as early as age 10

  • Belong to a large family

  • Mostly out of school / drop-outs


Dswd reported cases of csec
DSWD Reported Cases of CSEC in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)


Children working under the worst form of child labor
Children working under the Worst form of Child Labor in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • 4 Million child laborers ages 5 to 7

  • 59.4% or 2.4 million are exposed to hazards

  • 6:10 children are unpaid

  • 60% of them are in agricultural areas


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  • 36.5% of working children do not go to school in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Child Labor as defined by ILO

    • Forced Labor

    • Hazardous and exploitative conditions

    • Deprived of education opportunities

  • DSWD – 2002-2003 – 626 cases [male-251 (40%) / female-375(69%)]


Children in conflict with the law
Children in Conflict with the Law in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Profile of children in Conflict with the law:

  • Usually male

  • Between ages 14-17

  • Elementary graduate

  • Middle child; from a low-income family

  • Charged with property related crimes, rape and murder


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  • Exposed to drugs or gang influence in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Youth Offender – over 9 but under 18 years of age at time of commission of Offense

  • As of September 2005, there were over 4,ooo children in jail and detention centers all over the country; more than 10,000 cases involving children were handled by Public Attorney’s Office

  • Most of them were charged with minor crimes such as petty theft, sniffing of glue or solvents, vagrancy and violation


Children without primary care givers
Children without Primary Care Givers in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • 1993 Survey of households – 16% households have children below 12 years old

    1:6 household – children without adult supervision

    DSWD Statistics

    20022003

    Abandoned10791134

    Neglected25492560


Children in situation of armed conflict
Children in Situation of Armed Conflict in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • As combatants, couriers, guides, medical aides or spies

  • 13-18% of armed rebel groups

  • 13-17 years old

  • 55% boys; 45% girls

  • Children of poor farmer

  • Elementary school drop outs

  • 115 child combatants captured or surrendered


Children in various circumstances of disability
Children in Various Circumstances of Disability in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • More boys than girls

  • 1:5 children in 0-6 age bracket has some form of disability

  • 10-14 age group has the highest prevalence rate

  • most common forms of impairment are hearing or visual impairment

  • more than half are acquired and can be prevented


Children and hiv aids
Children and HIV/AIDS in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • Every minute 6 young people 15-24 years old become infected with HIV/AIDS

  • 242 AIDS related deaths

  • 38 children are HIV positive

  • 15 children have feel blown AIDS

  • 9 children have died


Children in ethnic cultural communities
Children in Ethnic / Cultural Communities in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • ­12-15 million (IPs National Commission on IPs, 1998)

  • 2.5 million indigenous children

  • Live I remote areas usually accessible only by foot

  • Have limited access to basic social services

  • Often suffer from discrimination and neglect


E types and immediate effects of child abuse
E. TYPES AND IMMEDIATE EFFECTS OF CHILD ABUSE in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

A. Definition of Child Abuse

An act when a person inflicts physical or psychological harm or injury, cruelty or neglect, sexual abuse and exploitation of a child.


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B. Types of Child Abuse in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

1. Child Physical Abuse / Maltreatment

2. Child Physical Neglect

3. Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation


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4. Emotional Child Maltreatment or Psychological Abuse in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

5. Child Labor

6. Child Trafficking

7. Child in Conflict with the Law

8. Child Abuse in Armed Conflict Situation

9. Child in Drug / Substance Abuse


Effects of child abuse
Effects of Child Abuse in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • 1. Child Physical Abuse / Maltreatment – immediate effect is injury or even death. Psychologically, a maltreated child has difficulty in relating with adult figures, may develop lack of empathy and social attachment with others, passive-aggressive behavior, may hurt or “boss” other children, hostile, passive or withdrawn. If not helped, they may revisit the abuse experience in their parenting style and may abuse or hurt their own children and others.


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  • 2. Child Physical Neglect in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) – immediate effect is malnutrition retardation, illness and even death. Normal development will be stunted or delayed, mistrustful, difficulty in socializing and bonding with others, persecution complex, uncaring for others.


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Effects of Child Abuse in Need of Special Protection (CNSP)

  • 3. Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation – immediate effects are; severe anger with abuser, injury, loss of virginity, blaming uncooperative mothers and family members in case of incest, separation from family, peer and school; shame and guilt for not reporting abuse or accommodation syndrome. Long-term consequences if not helped by social workers, mental health disciplines and parents may include damaged self-esteem and self-image, mood swings worthlessness, relationship problems including with spouse and children. Sexual problems / sexual identities, difficulty in expressing emotions or tendency to suppress feelings, difficulty in trusting others, distant, an aloof, cannot provide physical affections with children, chronic depression, and worst, psychosis. When they become parents, they may revisit the experience and abuse their own children.


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Effects of child abuse2
Effects of Child Abuse immediate

  • 5. Child Labor – immediate effects are frequent illness and even death due to accidents and exposure to hazardous physical environment, grave danger of being sexually abused, exploited and maltreated or involved in high-risk behaviors such as substances abuse, prostitution and alcohol. The normal growth and development of these children are stunted or delayed due inability to pursue education, participate in appropriate group play and recreation, acquisition of positive new experiences which will enrich their life. <moreover, this sectoral group has tendency to blame their parents and society in general due the culture of poverty and hopelessness they are in.


Effects of child abuse3
Effects of Child Abuse immediate

6. Child Trafficking - immediate effect is fear for security and safety, sadness, due to separation from parents and siblings, severe anger to traffickers and those responsible for the trafficking which may even include family members, shame in case they are pushed to prostitution and others, feelings of helplessness and hopelessness for being trapped to an abuse situation.


Effects of child abuse4
Effects of Child Abuse immediate

7. Child in Conflict with the Law - immediate effect is fear, anger towards authority, aggression and hostility, longing to see mother and siblings, affects normal development, trauma of incarceration which may result to severe anger with parents and society, anti-social behavior and loss of conscience even hurting others and going deep into becoming a career criminal. Some justifies aggression and criminal behaviors for their survival and revenge to the persons who hurt and neglected them.


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Effects of Child Abuse immediate

8. Child in Armed Conflict - immediate effect is fear for safety and security for self and family, anger and hurt for death of some members of the family which may be too traumatic resulting to deep feelings of revenge pushing of them to become child combatants, couriers, guides or spies of the rebel groups. Some children have also become objects of attack, assault, torture and other inhumane treatment. Since many children in armed conflict areas are in evacuation centers, they are unable to pursue education, have limited nutritious foods and other basic amenities for child survival resulting to illness, some disabling conditions and even death to some.


Effects of child abuse6
Effects of Child Abuse immediate

9. Child in Drug / Substance Abuse / Dependency – immediate effect is aloofness, hostility and aggression. Those in chronic drug abuse may be violent and commit acts against persons and property. Intoxification will affect the child’s alertness, thinking, perceptions, decision-making and behaviors that are either different or bizarre. Acute intoxification may also lead to accidents, suffocation, injuries, convulsions or even sudden death.




G types of parents and parenting behaviors
G. TYPES OF PARENTS AND PARENTING BEHAVIORS CHILDREN

Types of Parents Characteristics

1. Procreator Parent (Taga-luwal, Taga-anak lamang, child bearer)

  • Low emotions, does not express love and affection to the child

  • Neglected, abusive

  • Does not give herself/himself to the child

  • They only bore, the child, there is no love, emotional bonding between the child and the parent


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2. Dilettante Parent (inconsistent, pasulpot-sulpot) CHILDREN

  • Emotion is high but does no give much herself/himself to the child: example rich families and many (yaya) takes care of the child


G types of parents and parenting behaviors1
G. TYPES OF PARENTS AND PARENTING BEHAVIORS CHILDREN

3. Determinative Parent (Diktador)

  • Gives a lot of physical attention to the child but has low emotional involvement

  • Experts a lot from the child because he/she has to give too much to the child. Example: Aalagaan kita pero dapat aalagaan mo rin ako


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4. Generative / Optimal Parent (nakikipagkapwa mapagmahal) CHILDREN

  • High emotional involvement on the child. Gives a lot to the child

  • Look at the children as persons

  • They listen and negotiate with the child

  • Indulgent, accepting but not controlling

  • Consult their children


H factors that influences parenting behaviors which may result to abuse neglect and exploitation
H. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCES PARENTING BEHAVIORS WHICH MAY RESULT TO ABUSE, NEGLECT AND EXPLOITATION

EMERGING ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING PARENTING RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The worsening spectrum of family disintegration threatening family solidarity, the basic unit of society where social functioning is learned ordinarily by all human being. The relationship problems at home often results to separation, annulment, divorce, pushing the children to leave their homes and stay elsewhere, sometimes on the streets.


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  • Increasing number of common-law and live-in relationship RESULT TO

  • Increasing domestic violence, battering of women in an intimate relationship

  • Increasing number of cases of child sexual abuse perpetuated by family members (fathers, brothers, uncle, siblings, grandfathers, stepfathers) Increasing number of common-law and live-in relationship


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  • Poverty in the rural areas encourages the families to more to the urban centers for survival and consequently feelings of hopelessness in urban life. The loss of family support, lack of access, advice and protection while in urban centers makes the members of the family vulnerable to exploitation, harassment and other forms of abuse.


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  • The feminization of industry and overseas employment of parents alienating any of them (father or mother) from their children from deep emotional bonding and attachment between them. Sometimes, this results to sexual abuse and others forms of maladjustments in the family relationships or parent child relationships


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Risk factors in parenting
RISK FACTORS IN PARENTING armed conflict, natural calamities affecting family relationships and development

The following are some of the risk factors in parenting which they affect quality of parent – child relationship / interactions

1. Childhood history of parents where they were also abused and neglected and had little nurturing.

Resulting Problem:

  • Unable to trust others

  • Fearful about life / situations

  • Main repeat parenting patterns of family abuse

  • Emotionally needy / low self-esteem

  • Unable to establish positive bonding and attachment to their own children, due to lack of nurturing experience themselves


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2. Parent history – crime, substance abuse, alcohol, mental, illness

Resulting Problem:

  • Unable to attend to the care and needs of the children due to intoxication

  • Mental illness or improvement makes the parent unavailable to this children

  • May harm the children when out of control


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3. Discipline Problems with children mental, illness

Resulting Problem:

  • Increased stress of the parents

    4. Low self-esteem, social isolation, depression and poor coping skills of parents.

    Resulting Problem:

  • Delays in the social development of children

  • Poor problem solving skills

  • High stress levels in parents and children may result to low energy and impatience


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5. Multiple Stresses and Crisis in the Family mental, illness

Resulting Problems:

  • High stress levels in parents and kids may result to poor coping skills

  • Little time of energy to focus on children needs

  • Domestic violence


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  • 6. Potential Violence within the Family home mental, illness

    Resulting Problems:

    • Physical and emotional harm to parent(s) and / or children

    • Parental violence is modeled to the children

    • Little energy to focus on the children


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I. SALIENT PROVISON OF CHILD WELFARE LEGISLATIONS THAT VOLUNTEERS SHOULD KNOW FOR EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION AND ADVOCACY ON CHILD PROTECTION

1. Child and Youth Welfare Code – Presidential Decree 603

  • Article 19 – Absence or death of Parents, Grandparents and in their defaults, the oldest brother or sister who is at least 18 years of age or relative who has actual custody of the child shall exercise parental although in case of absence or death by both parent.


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  • Article 21 – Dependent, Abandoned and Neglected Child. The dependent, abandoned and neglected child shall be under the parental authority of the suitable or accredited person or an institution that is caring for him/her as provided for under the law. After the child has been declared either by the court or the DSWD. This means that when a child is found abandoned or unattended to in a place, the volunteer must not take the child to the DSWD and not to any private person.


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  • Article 142 – Petition for Involuntary Commitment of a child.

    The DSWD or his authorized representative or any duly licensed child placement agency having knowledge of a child who appears to be dependent, abandoned or neglected, may file a verified petition for involuntary commitment of said child to the case of a licensed agency or individual to the proper court.

    The court upon hearing the case may terminate the rights of parents under Article 151 and can file for restoration of custody under Article 164 provided the child in the meantime has not been priority given away for adoption nor has left the country with adopting parents or guardian (Article 163). The petition for restoration of custody shall be verified by the court and shall be verified by the court and shall state that the petitioners (parent) is now able to take proper custody and care of the said child.


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  • Article 154 – Voluntary Commitment of a child to an institution. The parent or guardian of a dependent, abandoned or neglected child may voluntary commit him/her to the DSWD or any licensed child placement agency or individual subject the provision of the court.

    It must be in writing (Art. 155). It can only be restored by parent after six (6) months after surrender or voluntary commitment after verification that they are already capable to care and support the child (Art. 161)


2 domestic adoption act of 1998 ra 8552
2. Domestic Adoption Act of 1998 RA 8552 institution. The parent or guardian of a dependent, abandoned or neglected child may voluntary commit him/her to the DSWD or any licensed child placement agency or individual subject the provision of the court.

  • Article 1 Section 3 – Simulation of Birth. This is tampering of the civil registry making it appear in the birth records that a certain child was born to a person who is not his/her biological mother, causing child to lose his/her true identity and status


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  • Article VII Section 21 - Violations and Penalties. Any Person who shall cause the fictitious registration of a child under the name(s) of a person(s) shall be guilty of SIMULATION OF BIRTH and shall be punished prison major (6 months to 12 years imprisonment) or fine not exceeding fifty Thousand Pesos (P 50,000.00).


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3. Republic Act 7610 – Special Protection of Children against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination. Act – July 22, 1991.

  • Age Coverage – persons below eighteen (18) years of age of those over but are unable to fully take over of themselves or protect themselves from abuse, neglect, cruelty, exploitation or discrimination because of a physical or mental disability or condition. This means that 20 years old mentally challenge (retarded) is abused (sexually, physically, and emotionally), she is covered by the law.


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Types of Abuse covered by the Law against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination. Act – July 22, 1991.

  • 1. Psychological and Physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse and emotional maltreatment.

    • Incest by fathers, siblings, grandfathers

    • Rape by other persons and relatives including a child below 18 yrs old who will be prosecuted under RA 9344, or comprehensive Juvenile Justice and Welfare System Act

    • Child Prostitution

    • Acts of lasciviousness / molestation

    • Child Trafficking

    • Pornography

    • Child Labor

    • Abandoned, neglect other forms of abuse


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2. Any act by deeds or words that debases, degrades or demeans the intrinsic worth and dignity of a child as human being.

3. Unreasonable deprivation of the child basic needs for survival such as food and shelter.

4. Failure to immediately give medical treatment to an injured child resulting to serious impairment of his/her growth and development or permanent incapacity or death.


Who may file a complaint
WHO MAY FILE A COMPLAINT demeans the intrinsic worth and dignity of a child as human being.

  • The offended party (the child voluntarily or assisted by an adult. If parents are not supportive, she/he can file by herself/himself alone)

  • Parents or guardians

  • Ascendant or collateral relative within the 3rd degree of consanguinity or blood relations


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  • Officer, social worker or representative of a licensed child-caring institution

  • Officer or social worker of the DSWD / LGU

  • Barangay Chairman

  • At least 3 concerned, responsible, officials citizens where violation occurred

  • Teacher, government workers, officials involved with children

  • Private / Public hospitals / Clinical


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WHEN TO REPORT child-caring institution

Within forty eight (48) hours upon knowledge of the abused

WHERE TO REPORT

DSWD or LGU Social Welfare and Development Office (M/CSWDO), Law Enforcement (Police), Prosecutor (Fiscal) Court, BCPC (Barangay).


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IMMUNITY FOR REPORT (Section 7) child-caring institution

A person who, acting in good faith, shall report a case of child abuse shall be free from any civil or administrative liability arising there from. There is shall be a presumption that any such person acted in good faith.


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4. Republic Act 9231 – An Act Providing for Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labor

5. Republic Act 92551 – An Act Allowing Illegitimate Children to use the surname of their fathers

6. Guidelines for Birth Registration of Children: CNSP, Delayed birth registration


Salient provisions of r a 9344 an act establishing the juvenile justice and welfare act
SALIENT PROVISIONS OF R.A. 9344 (An Act Establishing the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act)

a) Basic Principles and Rights

The passage of the law is pursuant to Art. 40 of UNCRC which provides for the:

  • promotion of worth provides for and legal safeguards for a child accused of having been in conflict with the law


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  • right not to be imposed a sentence of capital punishment or life imprisonment without possibility of release.

  • right not to be deprived, unlawfully or arbitrarily of his / her liberty; detention or imprisonment being a disposition of last resort and shall be for the shortest appropriate period of time.


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b. Minimum Age of Criminal / Responsibility / Coverage life imprisonment without possibility of release.

  • A child fifteen (15) years of age or under at the time of the commission of the offense shall be EXEMPT from criminal liability. However, the child shall be subjected to an intervention program.


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  • A child above fifteen (15) years but below eighteen (18) years of age shall likewise be exempt from criminal liability and be subjected to an intervention program, unless HE/SHE HAS ACTED WITH DISCERNMENT (to perceive clearly with the mind or senses or showing good judgment in his / her perception) in which case, such child shall be subjected to appropriate proceedings (in justice system) in accordance with this Law.


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c.) Determination of Age years of age shall likewise be exempt from criminal liability and be subjected to an intervention program, unless HE/SHE HAS ACTED WITH DISCERNMENT (to perceive clearly with the mind or senses or showing good judgment in his / her perception) in which case, such child shall be subjected to appropriate proceedings (in justice system) in accordance with this Law.

  • Birth Certificate

  • Baptismal Certificate

  • Other pertinent documents

  • His / her own testimonies or other persons

  • Physical appearance

  • In case of doubt of his /her age it shall be resolved in his / her favor!

  • In case of contest / complain regarding his age, he court should decide the case within 24 hours upon receipt of case appropriate pleadings of all interested parties.


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d years of age shall likewise be exempt from criminal liability and be subjected to an intervention program, unless HE/SHE HAS ACTED WITH DISCERNMENT (to perceive clearly with the mind or senses or showing good judgment in his / her perception) in which case, such child shall be subjected to appropriate proceedings (in justice system) in accordance with this Law..) Structures

  • A Juvenile Justice and Welfare Council is created to oversee the implementation of the law. The Council shall be under administrative supervision BUT chaired by the DSWD.


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e.) Treatment of Children below 15 years old years of age shall likewise be exempt from criminal liability and be subjected to an intervention program, unless HE/SHE HAS ACTED WITH DISCERNMENT (to perceive clearly with the mind or senses or showing good judgment in his / her perception) in which case, such child shall be subjected to appropriate proceedings (in justice system) in accordance with this Law.

  • Immediately release the child to the custody of parents or guardian or in absence thereof: to the

  • Nearest relative or if they cannot be located or refuse to take custody of the child to:

    • licensed NGO

    • religious organization

    • barangay official or a member of BCPC

    • Local Social Welfare and Development

    • DSWD

    • if abandoned, neglected or abused or parents will not comply, the DSWD or LSWDO to file petition for involuntary commitment to proper court (PD603)


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f.) Treatment of Children above 15 but below 18 years but who acted without discernment

-follow the same treatment as (e)

g.) Treatment for those above 15 years but below who acted with discernment:

  • Rather than detention, the CICL shall undergo DIVERSION PROGRAM without undergoing court proceedings. (Diversion refers to an alternative child-appropriate process of determining the responsibility and treatment of CICL)


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  • If imposable penalty is not more than six (6) years, the law enforcement officer (police) or punong barangay with the help of the local social welfare and development office (city or municipality) or other members of the LCPC shall conduct Mediation, Family Conferences and Conciliation or other Modes of Conflict Resolution modes to achieve restorative justice. The result of mediation shall be in writing and signed by parties concerned and appropriate authorities


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  • In victimless crimes (no private offended party) where the imposable penalty is not more than six (6) years imprisonment, the local social welfare and development officer shall meet the child and his / her parents or guardians for the development of appropriate diversion and rehabilitation in coordination with the BCPC


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  • If the impossible penalty exceeds six (6) months and the parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.


H factors in determining diversion program
h.) Factors in determining diversion program parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.

  • The nature and circumstances of the offense charged.

  • The frequency and severity of the act.

  • The circumstances of the child (e.g: age, maturity, intelligence etc.)

  • The influence of the family and environment on the growth of the child.

  • The reparation of injury to the victims.

  • The weight of the evidence against the child.

  • The safety of the community.

  • The best interest of the child.


I factors in the formulation of the diversion program
i.) Factors in the Formulation of the Diversion Program. parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.

  • The child’s feelings of remorse (deep regret for wrongdoing) for the offense he/she committed.

  • The parents or legal guardian’s ability to guide and supervise the child.

  • The victim’s view about the propriety (correctness of the behavior) of the measures to be imposed

  • The availability of community-based programs for the rehabilitation and reintegration of the child


J kinds of diversion programs only for 45 days
j. Kinds of Diversion Programs (Only for 45 days) parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.

1. At the level of the Punong Baranggay

  • Restitution of property

  • Reparation of the damaged caused.

  • Indemnification of consequential damages (compensation for damaged done)

  • Written or oral apology

  • Care, guidance and supervision orders.


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  • Counseling for the CICL and the child’s family parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.

  • Attendance in trainings, seminars and lectures on:

  • anger management skills

  • problem solving / conflict resolution skills

  • values formation

  • other skills which will aid the child in dealing with situations which can lead to repetition of the offense.

  • Participation in available community-based programs including community service

  • Participation in education, vocational and life skills programs


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2. At the level of the law enforcement officer parents or guardian DOES NOT CONSENT TO DIVERSION, the Punong Baranggay and the law enforcement officer handling the case shall within 3 days forward the record to the prosecutor or to the judge concerned for the conduct of inquest or preliminary investigation to determine need whether or not the child should remain in custody or correspondingly charged in court.

  • Diversion same at Punong baranggay level

  • Confiscation and forfeiture of the proceeds or instruments of the crime.

    3. At the level of the Appropriate Court

  • Diversion same as Punong Baranggay and Law Enforcement

  • Written or oral reprimand

  • Fine

  • Payment of the cost of proceedings

  • Institutional care and custody


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k.) If the diversion at different levels is successful and the child and parent cooperate, the social worker recommends to the court to dismiss the case. If not successful, the case is returned to the court for appropriate action / disposition upon reading 18 years old.


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l.) If the court finds the CICL have failed to willfully complied with conditions of the rehabilitation program. The court may be brought before the court for execution of judgment. The court may also decide extend the rehabilitation program until reaching age 21 years old.


Areas for volunteerism in communities parishes
AREAS FOR VOLUNTEERISM IN COMMUNITIES/ PARISHES complied with conditions of the rehabilitation program. The court may be brought before the court for execution of judgment. The court may also decide extend the rehabilitation program until reaching age 21 years old.

For the Parish and Community to become Child-Friendly environment for children

GOAL -


High risk children
HIGH RISK CHILDREN complied with conditions of the rehabilitation program. The court may be brought before the court for execution of judgment. The court may also decide extend the rehabilitation program until reaching age 21 years old.

Generally, the following children are at risk

  • ILLEGITIMATE

  • NO POSITIVE BONDING AND ATTACHMENT WITH PARENTS DURING EARLY CHILDHOOD – 0 –6 YEARS OLD

  • EMOTIONALLY REJECTED, NEGLECTED BY PARENTS / GUARDIANS

  • BORN WITH DISABILITY (Physically and mentally challenged, down syndrome, hearing or visually impaired, palsy etc)


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Children in need of special protection1
CHILDREN IN NEED OF SPECIAL PROTECTION REPEATING/REVISITING THE ABUSE EXPERIENCE WITH OWN CHILDREN

1.ABANDONED / SURRENDERED – Those left in hospitals, clinic, foundlings or given up by parents due to poverty or unwed pregnancy. Recent information says that about 5 –10 children are abandoned by mothers in hospitals a month – 977-2000 data of CWC/UNICEF balding head and other forms of abuse – 1,606 as of 2002 – UNICEF/CWC data


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2. CHILD LABOUR – Worst forms of child labour includes exploitation in sugar cane plantation, pyrotechniques, deep sea fishing, prostitution, mining, and domestic work – 4 million as of 2003


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3.NEGLECTED – Unreasonable deprivation of their basic needs for survival such as food, clothing and shelter, health services, lack of physical care, malnourished and others that are prejudicial to their normal development – 2,532 (2002 data of DSWD)


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4.PSYCHOLOGICAL/EMOTIONAL ABUSE/MALTREATMENT – Behaviors which attacks child’s self-esteem and social competence affecting their intrinsic worth and dignity as a child as a human being. It includes constant nagging, rejecting, being judgemental, terrorizing, ignoring, belittling, calling names, using degrading words and similar behaviors by adults or peers – no available data.


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5.SUBSTANCE/POLYDRUG USERS – Normally taken by street children and children with deep-seated emotional problems – no available data


Responding to the needs and protection of street children in the city
RESPONDING TO THE NEEDS AND PROTECTION OF STREET CHILDREN IN THE CITY

In close coordination with the City Social Welfare and Development Office focal person handling street children and street educators. The volunteers (community advocates, faith-based) can undertake the following: (some of these can be part of the re-entry plan)


1 1 survival needs protection
1.1 Survival Needs / Protection THE CITY

Survival Needs / Protection

  • Providing them food at least twice a day. Some of possible strategies are:

  • Supplemented nutrition feeding of CSWDO, NGO, Parish and People’s Organizations


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  • Negotiating with the wet market administrator to all the children clean (without child labor) the market place daily but in return motivate fish/meal/vegetable vendors to donate a fish each/day and “buto-buto”, rice and vegetables. Have the street educators supervise the cooking for the children’s meals.


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2 2 safety and security
2.2 Safety and Security street children

-From the hazards of the street (accident, harassment by bystanders, police and pollution)


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  • Assisting Street Educators look a safe house where they can sleep particularly during rainy season and typhoons meanwhile that they are still on the street. (abandoned houses, school, tents, construction of bahay kubo, abandoned jeepney / trucks put together and repainted, abandoned container van / repainted etc)


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2 3 alternative home placement it abandoned or cannot be immediate returned to parents
2.3 ALTERNATIVE HOME PLACEMENT – children and placing all of the city and cockfits during nighttime. Street-based education sessions can be conducted her as it is a more controlled settling.It abandoned or cannot be immediate returned to parents


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  • The volunteers may help the Street Educators search for the Children’s relatives and place them on Kinship Care. Kins may be provided support with jobs so they will be able to finally support the maintenance of the street children. Kins must not be abusive.

  • Other alternative strategic applicable in the area.


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2.4 HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES Children’s relatives and place them on Kinship Care. Kins may be provided support with jobs so they will be able to finally support the maintenance of the street children. Kins must not be abusive.

  • Helping the Street Educators take / refer the children for medical consultation and treatment in local clinics / hospitals

  • Conducting regular medical mission in the Parish Church / Community

  • Mobilizing physicians / clinics students to done medicines and vitamins for the street children


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2.5 PLAY AND RECREATION Children’s relatives and place them on Kinship Care. Kins may be provided support with jobs so they will be able to finally support the maintenance of the street children. Kins must not be abusive.

  • Soliciting funds for purchased of play equipment / supplies, uniform, shoes

  • Sponsoring sports fest competitions among street children

  • Requesting schools to conduct sports clinics


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2.6 LIVELIHOOD AND JOB PLACEMENTS Children’s relatives and place them on Kinship Care. Kins may be provided support with jobs so they will be able to finally support the maintenance of the street children. Kins must not be abusive.

  • Helping the bigger street children undertake livelihood activities appropriate for their age, level of maturity and health without violation of child labor laws. Vending activities


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2.7 SPIRITUAL FUNCTION laws such as gardener, service crew I restaurants, street sweeper, garbage collectors using carts, wet market baggers, church janitors and similar jobs

  • Catechism with sessions on values education

  • Bible studies


3 abandoned founding and total orphans negelected without primary caregivers
3. ABANDONED / FOUNDING AND TOTAL ORPHANS NEGELECTED WITHOUT PRIMARY CAREGIVERS

  • Referring these children immediately to the City Social Welfare Office or any licensed child caring institution. Volunteers should not take these children in their homes unless they are licensed as foster homes by DSWD. They can be charged of Child Trafficking


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4 sexually abused sexually exploited child
4. SEXUALLY ABUSED / to the police for immediate investigation SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILD

  • Request the Priest or Pastor of your parish to report the case to the Barangay Chairman or direct to the City Social Welfare Office or the Local Police within 48 hours upon knowledge of the abuse.


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  • Developing a community program for early detection and prevention of child sexual abuse and sexual exploitation (commercial sex exploitation, pornography, cybersex and similar sexual exploitation illegal activities). Have this reported to the local police or NBI or City Social welfare for arrest.


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5 children in conflict with the law
5. CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW Assistance and compensation to children victims of sexual abuse with six months after filing of cases. The children can avail of P 10,000 victim compensation assistance.

  • Assisting the CSWO and Barangay in organizing and implementation of Community-based diversion programs in coordination with parents


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6. EARLY CHILDHOOD AND ENRICHMENT PROGRAM CICL on diversion together with their families or guardians.

  • Conducting neighborhood ECCD session with parents (group of 5-10 parents) focused on effective child-rearing, pregnancy health care, nutrition education, sanitation, effects of waterborne disease, oral dehydration etc.


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Basic counseling
BASIC COUNSELING CICL on diversion together with their families or guardians.

COUNSELING

  • It is a planned interaction between the client and the worker to assist client in altering his present behavior. It is the process of helping the client discover for her/his self the coping mechanisms that have been helpful to him/her in the past and how they can be used or modified for the present situation or how to develop new coping mechanisms.


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Basic counseling skills
BASIC COUNSELING SKILLS: ADVICE GIVING. The counselor is not an ADVISER or a person of authority. The counselor is a person who FACILITATES SELF-DISCOVERY

OBJECTIVES OF COUNSELING

  • To build a trusting relationship where the client can communicate her concerns and describe her problems, feelings and behaviors without fear of judgment.


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B an ideal counselor is someone who
B. AN IDEAL COUNSELOR IS SOMEONE WHO: helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

  • Is creative and imaginative

  • Shows self-awareness by not imposing personal concerns on clients

  • Has good common sense and social awareness

  • Shows respect for clients

  • Is action oriented


C things to avoid in counseling
C. THINGS TO AVOID IN COUNSELING: helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

  • Ordering and Commanding

  • Warning and Threatening

  • Giving advice or providing solutions

  • Arguing or persuading


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  • Moralizing helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

  • Disagreeing, judging and criticizing

  • Ridiculing or labeling

  • Reassuring or sympathizing

  • Withdrawing or distracting


D show empathy rather than sympathy
D. SHOW EMPATHY RATHER THAN SYMPATHY helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

  • Listen to client’s problems and understand their feeling. Look straight to their eyes and asks “what it is like to be in the place of this person”.


E ask open ended questions and encourage her to elaborate
E. ASK OPEN-ENDED QUESTIONS AND ENCOURAGE HER TO ELABORATE helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

Do not ask questions answerable by yes or no or one-word answer.

IN TAKE INTERVIEW FOR COUNSELLING

GOALS

WHAT DOES CLIENT DESIRE?

IS CHANGE DESIRED?

ASSESSMENT OF

PROBLEM SITUATION WHAT IS THE SITUATION AND

WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT?

IS IT A CHANGE IN THE

SITUATION OR A CHANGE IN

RELATIONSHIP THAT IS DESIRED?

APPROACHES TO THEHOW WILL CLIENT APPROACH

PROBLEMTHE SITUATION TO ACHIEVE

THE DESIRED CHANGES?

WHAT ACTIVITIES WILL CLIENT

ACTION PLANNING UNDERTAKE TO ACHIEVE THE

DESIRED CHANGES?


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THE END helping/treatment programs and thereby encourage her to continue attending the treatment programs

National Council of Social Development


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