Child Friendly Philippines A Caring and Protective Society For, By

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Child Friendly Philippines
A Caring and Protective Society For,
By and With the Children
• It expresses a new vision, a
new norm, a new culture for
viewing and treating children
in Philippine society.
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
• It is a translation of our
commitment to the United
Nations Convention on the
Rights of the Child
Elements of a Caring and Protective
Society for Children
1. Shared or collective vision for
Filipino children.
2. Children’s knowledge, life skills and
effective participation.
3. Loving and caring families and
communities.
4. Change of values, beliefs, attitudes
and behaviours.
5. Government commitment at all
levels.
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
6. Enactment and enforcement of laws.
7. Media and civil society engagement.
8. Responsive structures and systems.
9. Essential services for children.
10. Capacity of individuals and institutions.
11.Knowledge management system.
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
Presidential Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities and Cities
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Local Governance
Audit is results-based
assessment tool and a
mandatory audit designed to
identify the results of the
intervention/s for children.
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
•All cities and municipalities shall be
assessed to gauge their level of
performance insofar as implementing
programs and instituting measures to
uplift the welfare status of children.
1. Percentage reduction in the deaths among children below five years old or underfive mortality rate
The local
government
units shall be
assessed
based on the
following 12
criteria:
2. Percentage reduction in the number of children under-six with below normal
weights
3. Percentage increase in the number of 3-4- year-old children attending centerbased day care services
4. Completion rate for elementary schooling
Child-Friendly Philippines:
5. Absence of child labor or percentage reduction in child labor cases
6.
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With
Children
Percentage reduction in the number of children
victims
of violence, abuse,
neglect and exploitation (all forms, including physical violence, sexual abuse and
exploitation, and trafficking in persons)
7. Safety measures for children in the community and schools
8. Extent of mainstreaming of Children’s rights to survival, development, protection
and participation in the core development agenda of LGUs.
9. An ordinance establishing Barangay Violence Against Women and their Children
(VAW/C) Desks
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
10. 2013 Philhealth accreditation in its main health facility or rural health unit for the
Maternal Care Services and Primary Care
11. A Local School Board (LSB) Plan for CY 2013 that is aligned with the School
Improvement Plan (SIP)
12. Completed at least 70% of its LSB Plan for 2013.
The Seal of Child Friendly Local
Governance is a recognition and
audit system on LGU’s delivery
of clear and outstanding
positive results for children’s
well being.
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
LGUs with the Seal of Child Friendly
Local Governance will be qualified for
an incentive and award system being
handled national government which is
the Presidential Award for Child
Friendly Municipalities and Cities.
Initiated by the
CWC pursuant to
Executive Order
No. 184 entitled
“Establishing the
Presidential Award
for the ChildFriendly
Municipalities and
Cities” issued on
December 13,
1999.
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
Presidential Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities and Cities
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
It is conferred to deserving local government
units in recognition of their vital role in the
sustained promotion of children’s rights to
survival, development, protection and
participation as well as in ensuring childfriendly governance.
Criteria of the Presidential Award
1. Planning and Policy
Formulation
2. Resource Allocation and
Utilization.
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
3. Service Delivery.
4. Institution
Building/Capacity
building
Presidential Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities and Cities
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Philippines:
5. Child Participation.
6. Community Participation and
Resource Mobilization
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
Presidential Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities and Cities
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
Presidential Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities and Cities
Seal of Child-Friendly
Local Governance
Child-Friendly Local
Governance Audit
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By
and With Children
ChildFriendly
Local
Governance
Audit
Presidential
Award for
Child-Friendly
Municipalities
and Cities
Seal of
ChildFriendly
Local
Governance
Child-Friendly Philippines:
A Caring and Protective Society For, By and With
Children

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