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2017 National Children’s Month Celebration commences


The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) 7 through the Regional Council for the Welfare of Children (RCWC), held a kick-off activity of this year’s 25th National Children’s Month (NCM) celebration which highlights the theme “Bata: Iligtas sa Droga!”.

More than 300 individuals coming from the RCWC member-agencies, government high schools, youth organizations and Day Care Workers of Cebu City, Mandaue City, Lapu-lapu City and Talisay City participate in the kick-off activity of the 25th National Children’s Month Celebration.

More than 300 individuals coming from the RCWC member-agencies, government high schools, youth organizations and Day Care Workers of Cebu City, Mandaue City, Lapu-lapu City and Talisay City partook in the kick-off activity.

It comprises a motorcade early in the morning which, started from Plaza Independencia on the way to the Capitol Grounds and was followed by an Opening Program thereafter, on November 4, 2017, Saturday.

During the program, DSWD 7 Social Welfare Officer IV Grace Yana emphasized the significant role of the family as the cradle of the society in providing a strong foundation of the appropriate values and as well as in protecting the constitutional rights of a child.

Yana also mentioned that during the Support Group sessions with the recovering drug dependents, it was found that the most common reason children get involved in criminal and unlawful acts is the dysfunctional family that they live in.

“Mao na nga ato gyu’ng gi advocate nga ma strengthen ang family values ug nag-awhag pud ta sa mga ginikanan nga dapat dili lang sila mag profess (sa good values) kon dili mag possess pud, meaning ang mga ginikanan mahimo silang role models ngadto sa ilang mga anak” said Yana.

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-7) Regional Director Emerson S. Margate is pleased to see activities like these being carried out which aim to pull children away from the danger of illegal drug addiction.

“Our children, you are our valuable assets. You are the trailblazers to our future. You are the heirs of the unique history. There is no job as important and as noble as protecting a child” expressed Director Margate on his statement during the program.

In adherence to the administration’s campaign against illegal drugs, the Council for the Welfare of Children came up with the theme “Bata: Iligtas sa Droga!” for this year’s celebration on NCM.

The National Children’s Month will be celebrated for the whole month of November which aims to consistently advocate the rights of our children and raise awareness on child protection and violence against children.

To further campaign for this advocacy, CWC has lined up several activities for this year’s NCM celebration.

One of its major activities is the launching of the “Pito, Bata, Pito! A Call 4 Help Campaign (C4H)” which seeks to give children a voice from being victims of various crimes specifically on illegal drugs and all forms of violence and exploitation on November 06, 2017 by CWC in Manila. Children are encouraged to blow their whistles or ‘pito’ as means of communication when they feel threatened or harmed.

CWC will gather donations (monetary or kind) until the end of 2017 for 1 million (1M) whistles that will be distributed to different kids across the nation by Christmas season.

Other activities arranged for this year’s NCM celebration are the “Dikit a Sticker” Campaign on road safety and anti-illegal drugs which will be done with the transport groups and the Regional Children’s Contest on November 29, 2017 at the Mandaue City Sports Complex.

The CWC urges all citizens to engage proactively in consorting with authorities in protecting and advancing the rights and welfare of children.

“The primary target of this year’s theme “Bata: Iligtas sa Droga!” are the duty bearers and the society in general. We carry the responsibility in saving and protecting our vulnerable children from violence against them and the danger of drug addiction stressed Yana, on her closing remarks during the program. ###

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Children from the cities of Danao, Talisay top this year’s Regional Children’s Contest


The cities of Danao and Talisay dominated this year’s Regional Children’s Contest (RCC) spearheaded by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Offce VII.

Day Care children from the City of Danao, Cebu show off their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2016 Regional Children’s Contest.

Day Care children from the City of Danao, Cebu show off their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2016 Regional Children’s Contest.

RCC is an annual event of DSWD-7 that culminates the Children’s Month Celebration every November.

This year’s celebration carries the theme “Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata! responding to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities to all.

DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre stressed that education plays an important role in helping children develop their potentials, be able to engage meaningfully and build resilience.

Macapobre also said that the event held at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation is extra meaningful to her because it is here where she was educated as a social worker.

“Our theme underscores the importance of education and it is here where I was nurtured to become a social worker I am today,” she said.

Meanwhile, Macapobre headed the awarding ceremony together with other DSWD-7 top officials and invited guests.

With only a week preparation, the Danao City day care children topped this year’s folk dance competition through their “Bakya” dance that was performed by 10 children from Barangay Maslog. The group emerged as the grand winner out of the 11 contingents.

Other winners were Cebu City (2nd place) and Mandaue City (3rd place).

They respectively took home Php 10,000.00, Php 8,000.00 and Php 6,000.00 as cash prizes.

Eddie Almasin, the choreographer of the said presentation shared that even if they only had one week to practice the presentation, the children and their parents were all supportive making it easy for him to do his job.

Almasin disclosed that teaching children how to dance is not new to him because he has been doing it for nine years but this year is very special because finally they won the top prize.

“We have represented Danao City during the regional search for three years now and I didn’t expect us to win. All I want was to see the children perform their routine well,” he said.

Criteria of the folk dance category include skill and mastery of performance (25%), stage projection, grace and poise (30%), authenticity of the costume and music (15%), and relevance to the theme (30%).

Aside from winning the folk dance category, Danao City through Kent Bryle Plamos also won the top prize for the draw and tell category. Other winners were Czea Skyrah Niez of Siquijor, Siquijor (2nd place) and Shentelle Arcilla of Cebu City (3rd place).

Chez Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City belted a broadway musical song “Tomorrow” and finished 1st place during the 2016 Regional Children’s Month.

Chaz Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City belted a broadway musical song “Tomorrow” and finished 1st place during the 2016 Regional Children’s Month.

Meanwhile, Chaz Ferdi Hunter Cabaluna of Talisay City topped the singing competition while Karmel Rose Chiong of Naga City and Gerlyn Jane Lalem of San Juan, Siquijor emerged as the second and third placer.

Each of the top three winners of the draw and tell and singing category went home with Php 5,000.00, Php 4,000.00 and Php 3,000.00. All winners were given merchandise courtesy of the Regional Federation of Day Care Workers and Taisho Pharmaceuticals Philippines Inc.

Non-winners were given consolation prizes and early Christmas gifts. ###

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LGUs in Central Visayas join Regional Children’s Contest


The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII will culminate this year’s National Childrens Month celebration by holding a Regional Children’s Contest on November 29, 2016 at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation (USPF) Inc. Gymnasium, Salinas Drive, Lahug, Cebu City.

Children representatives from the three provinces of Cebu, Bohol and Siquijor including the 10 cities in the region are expected to attend the annual activity and join the competitions that include draw and tell, singing and folkdance.

The whole day event will start at 10 in the morning with children from Children’s Center of Cebu and Naga City Youth Group to perform the doxology and the singing of the national anthem.

This year’s celebration carries the theme “Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata! responding to Sustainability Development Goal (SDG) No. 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities to all.

DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre stressed that education plays an important role in helping children develop their potentials, be able to engage meaningfully and build resilience.

Earlier, DSWD-7 spearheaded an awareness walk where 400 participants coming from various national government agencies, local government units and non-government organizations attended the opening salvo last November 5, 2016

The kick-off program started in Fuente Osmena Circle going to Plaza Independencia in Cebu City.

DSWD-7 turned-over close to 150,000 pencils to the Department of Education in support of the one million lapis campaign, which will benefit public school children in the country.

In a related development, three exemplary children in Central Visayas also joined the recently concluded National Children Congress (NCC) held at Elan Hotel in San Juan City. They were Jamaica Aventajado of Ubay, Bohol, Theresa Moranta of Dumanjug, Cebu and Melanie Lomoljo of Maria, Siqujor.

NCC is an annual gathering of Pantawid Pamilya children-beneficiaries. Launched in October 2012, the children will discuss the issues that directly affect them and recommend appropriate solutions for these. The recommendations gathered during the week-long event will be presented to the public as well as to the legislators. ###

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DSWD-7 Kicks Off National Children’s Month celebration


Some 400 participants coming from various national government agencies, local government units and non-government organizations attended the opening salvo of the National Children’s Month celebration on November 5, 2016.

Rain or Shine: Various national government agencies participate in National Children's Month awareness walk.

Rain or Shine: Various national government agencies participate in National Children’s Month awareness walk.

It was participated in by members of the Regional Council for the Welfare of Children (RCWC) headed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD-7).

The kick-off activity started with an awareness walk from Fuente Osmena Circle going to Plaza Independencia in Cebu City where a brief program was held.

During the program, RCWC, represented by its Vice Chairperson, Director Rene K. Burdeos of DILG-7 handed the donated pencils to DepEd-7 representative Dr. Luz Jandayan in a ceremonial turn-over.

“We would like to express our gratitude to DSWD for initiating this one million lapis campaign and surely this will benefit the underprivileged students in the region,” said Dr. Luz Jandayan, Chief of Education Support Services Division of DepEd-7.

The DSWD-7 collected 143,307 pencils from July to October and DepEd-7 will now determine the elementary schools from 4th to 6th class municipalities in the region for the pencils distribution.

Other activities lined-up for the month-long celebration are Kapihan sa PIA on November 9, technical session on Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) cum orientation on the Early Years Act on November 22-25 to be participated in by City and Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officers (C/MSWDO), Day Care Workers and ECCD Focal in Cebu Province and the Regional Children’s Contest on November 29.

This year’s celebration carries the theme “Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata! responding to Sustainability Development Goal (SDG) No. 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities to all.

Ceremonial Turn-Over: (From Left to Right) Grace Yana (SWO IV and Children's Sector Focal of DSWD-7), Atty. Rene K. Burdeos (DILG-7 Regional Director) and Dr. Luz Jandayan (Chief of Education Support Services Division of DepEd-7).

Ceremonial Turn-Over: (From Left to Right) Grace Yana (SWO IV and Children’s Sector Focal of DSWD-7), Atty. Rene K. Burdeos (DILG-7 Regional Director) and Dr. Luz Jandayan (Chief of Education Support Services Division of DepEd-7).

Education plays an important role in helping children develop, reach their potentials, be able to engage meaningfully and build resilience. This means that ensuring education of a child promotes child protection by empowering them to build resiliency. ###

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Regional Children’s Contest cap 23rd National Children’s Month


Day Care children from different cities and municipalities in Central Visayas showcased their wits and talents in the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest held recently at SM City Cebu.

The contest culminated the 23rd National Children’s Month (NCM) celebration.

Johann Beleña of Cebu City impressed the audience with his rendition of an ABBA classic pop song “I Have a Dream” and finished first place in the singing category.

Johann Pahit Beleña from Cebu City belts out an ABBA classic pop song “I Have a Dream” and finished 1st place during the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest.

Johann Pahit Beleña from Cebu City belts out an ABBA classic pop song “I Have a Dream” and finished 1st place during the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest.

Angellian Nudalo of Mandaue City and Ricardo Sevillijo Jr. of Dumaguete City finished second and third in the same category, respectively.

Kids also showcased their creative side and their gift of gab for the draw & tell category.

James Arthur Erequero from Naga City bested other 18 kids and emerged first place after a rousing, yet heartfelt speech on the welfare of children.

Michaela Vasquez of Dumaguete City, second place and Jea Abayle of Barili, Cebu third place.

Thirteen contingents also showed off their dancing prowess in the Folk Dance category.

Contingent from the Municipality of San Fernando representing the Province of Cebu was declared the grand champion for their dance called “Tiklos”. The dance interpret the Filipino spirit of Bayanihan in the rural setting.

The second place and third place went to Cebu City and Mandaue City, respectively.

All winners received cash prizes and certificates of recognition. Non-winning contestants also received consolation prizes.

The event also aims to raise awareness of the public on the positive effects of children experiencing psycho-social-spiritual stimulations in Day Care Centers.

Day Care children from the Municipality of San Fernando, Cebu show their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest.

Day Care children from the Municipality of San Fernando, Cebu show their winning dance steps for the Folk Dance category during the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest.

Meanwhile, the winners of the search for child-friendly cities and municipalities were also declared on the same event.

Based on the year 2014 audit, the winners are Cebu City for the highly urbanized city category, Canlaon City for the component city category, Municipality of Talibon for the 1st class to 3rd class municipality category and the Municipality of Balilihan for the 4th class to 6th class municipality category.

Previously, the NCM is celebrated in October but starting this year, the NCM shall be celebrated in the month of November, pursuant to Republic Act 10661 series of 2015.

The new law commemorates the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the United Nations General Assembly on November 20, 1989 and seeks to instill its significance in the Filipino consciousness.  ###

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National Children’s Month to showcase kids talent


Some 200 Day Care children from different cities and municipalities in Central Visayas will participate in the 2015 Regional Children’s Contest this November 27 at SM City Cebu.

This annual contest is the culmination event of the National Children’s Month (NCM) celebration here in the region and aims to showcase the different talents of children.

The event will be filled with songs, dances, and drawings as children compete in three creative art categories namely: Singing, Folk Dance, and Draw & Tell Contest.

There will be eighteen (18) child contenders each for singing and draw & tell while fourteen (14) groups with at most ten (10) members per group for folk dance.

In each category, three (3) winners will be chosen and will receive cash prizes and certificates of recognition.

All other non-winning contestants will also be given consolation prizes.

Winners of the Search for Child Friendly Cities and Municipalities will also be awarded during the said event.

The theme of this year’s celebration “Komunidad at Pamahalaan Magkaisa, Pang-aabuso sa Bata, Wakasan Na!” highlights protection of children from all forms of violence, abuse, neglect, exploitation and discrimination and to encourage stakeholders to promote as well as advocate protection of children at the family, schools, community, institution, organization and other settings.

Previously, the NCM is celebrated in October of every year through Presidential Proclamation No.  267 issued in 1993.

Starting this year, the NCM shall be celebrated in the month of November, pursuant to Republic Act 10661 series of 2015.

The new law commemorates the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the United Nations General Assembly on November 20, 1989 and seeks to instill its significance in the Filipino consciousness.

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DSWD-7 Urge Convergence Efforts in Addressing Child Poverty


The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Central Visayas is encouraging stakeholders to contribute to poverty reduction and advocate for stronger holistic actions particularly preventive measures to address problems on child poverty.

“Child poverty is an outcome of deprivation in the family; thus, as poverty incidence in families rises, more and more children are deprived of their basic needs and are pushed to join the labor force at an early age,” said Regional Director Mercedita Jabagat.

“These children will eventually be exposed to exploitation and abuse and it could greatly affect their growth and development,” Jabagat added.

According to the National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC), Child poverty is different from adult poverty because it has multiple dimensions and it is more than income poverty and manifests itself in deprivations that have consequences on a child’s overall well-being and development.

There are three main determinants of child poverty: (a) children living in poor households; (b) deprivations of basic amenities such as electricity, potable water, and sanitary toilet facilities; and (c) a child development index which is a composite of health, education, and quality of life indicators.

NPAC’s latest official poverty statistics shows that poverty incidence for children are higher at 35.1% in 2009 from 34.8% in 2006 than the poverty incidence among population in the country at 26.5% in 2009.

“With the help from the various stakeholders, we should properly address this alarming scenario in order to let children live with dignity,” Jabagat underscored.

The month of October was declared as the National Children’s Month pursuant to Proclamation No.  267 issued in 1993. This year’s theme is “Kahirapan Wakasan, Karapatan ng Bata Ipaglaban!” and highlights that poverty reduction starts with children and convergence efforts at various levels are essential to address underlying causes of poverty.

Various activities are lined-up e.g. Forum on Child’s Rights, Art Workshops (poster-making, modelling clay sculpture and fabric painting) and a round table discussion on “Poverty Reduction Starts with Children”.

The celebration will culminate with a Regional Children’s Contest to be participated in by Day Care Children from different cities and municipalities in Cebu, Bohol, Negros Oriental and Siquijor.

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This event will be filled with songs, dances, and storytelling as children compete in three creative art categories namely: Singing, Folk Dance, and Draw and Tell.

(PR – Kerwin Macopia)

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