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Silong Tanglaw Foundation, Inc.
Contact Person/s: Fr. Gerardo I. Yabyabin, OSJ, Executive Director

Ms. Mary Jane Bu, RSW, Social Worker
Address: 644 G. Araneta Ave. cor. Kaliraya St., Quezon City
Tel/Fax Number: 742-3099
Website/Email:

http://www.silongtanglaw.org

email:info_silongtanglaw@yahoo.com

Organization Type: Non-government organization
Organization Function: Other: Shelter and education (by sending kids to school)
Year Founded: October 25, 1989
Founder/s:

Its Founder/s was Mrs. Felicidad L. Viray (+).

Board of Directors:


• Mr. Philip Ella Juico (Chairman)
• Ms. Violeta L. Enriquez
• Ms. Susan P. Reyes
• Ms. Monina R. Lucas
• Ms. Ma. Victoria S. Simon
• Ms. Rosario S. Jacinto
• Ms. Zenaida L. Tangan
• Ms. Juanita C. Nantes
• Fr. Sonny G. Ramirez, OP

Primary Purposes: It aimed to defend the underprivileged children from social manipulation and inhuman exploitations, to preserve their innocence and rehabilitate them back to healthy world by developing their strengths to cope with the challenges in life. SILONG-TANGLAW also aimed to provide holistically guided (Tanglaw) shelter (Silong) for Metro Manila's street children.
Sources of Fund Support: • Sponsor
• Donors
Former names and Acronyms:  
Membership/ and Affiliations: National Council of Social Development (NCSD) - 4F UMC Bldg., 900 UN Ave., Ermita, Manila Metro Quezon Network (MQN)
Collaborating Partners/Area of Collaboration:

• Ateneo de Manila University - volunteer work, social involvement
• De La Salle University - volunteer work, social involvement
• Trinity University of Asia - volunteer work, social involvement
• AMA - students taking up caregiving can have their practicum at Silong Tanglaw

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VISION, GOAL AND OBJECTIVES:

The Silong Tanglaw Foundation, Inc. aims to form and uplift the life of street children through various programs and social services in order to bring about a renewed and rehabilitated youth worthy to be called children of God. It also aims to:

• Provide the children with shelter and other basic needs
• Give them loving care and guidance
• Help them develop their spiritual and human values
• Provide them with basic education
• Equip them with other competencies to become productive and self-reliant
• Instill a sense of personal responsibility for themselves and for others
• Prepare them for reintegration with their family and larger community



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PROGRAMS AND SERVICES:

Our sheltered children and staffProgram Service Primary Participants
Residential Care

Giving them care and attention in a Christian manner, they are also exposed to homelife activities, making them equally responsible to maintain their "new" home.
Our sheltered children and staff
Social Services

Counseling, family therapy, coordination and linkages, rehabilitation team meeting, family day and reconciliation to the family.
Our sheltered children and staff
Health Services

Health services opportunities through volunteers - pediatrician, medical doctor, dentist and nurse.
Our sheltered children and staff
Spiritual Enrichment

The spiritual development, of the children is being facilitated by thier assigned religious administrators (Oblates of St. Joseph (0SJ) priests and brothers)
Our sheltered children and staff
Educational Services

Provide tutorial services to help them do good in their studies. Seek appropriate specialized tutorial assistance to handle specialized topics or subjects.
Our sheltered children and staff
Sports and Recreation

This is being facilitated with support from schools, religious and socio-civic organizations.
Our sheltered children and staff
Psychological Services

Providing testing and evaluation processes to determine and provide psychological intervention in the behavior patterns of the children.
Our sheltered children and staff
Psychiatric Services

Providing opportunities for therapy and de-traumatization processes so that children can cope with their problems and live a normal life.
Our sheltered children and staff
Volunteer Development

Volunteers from socio-civic and religious organizations provide opportunities for social and holistic development of the children.
Our sheltered children and staff
Economic Productivity

Providing opportunities for skills and development through short-term courses.
Our sheltered children and staff
Talent Development

Providing opportunities to develop their innate talents such as singing, dancing, arts and crafts.
Our sheltered children and staff
Sponsor Relations

Children are encourage to communicate with their sponsors/godparents about their activities in school or at home to sustain/maintain their interests in helping them.
Our sheltered children and staff

Area of Operation:

Nationwide (NCR and nearby provinces)


Physical Resources:

• Buildings/Offices
• Function rooms
• Dormitories
• Vehicles
• Still and video cameras
• Computers
• Cell phones
• Audiovisual production facilities


Human Resources:

• Executive officers
• Strategic planners
• Policy makers
• Content experts (policy and law, education, health and nutrition, human development, other child-related areas)
• Content developers
• Child psychologists
• Field workers
Other: Social workers


Information Communication Resources:

• Library
• Subscription to periodicals
• Internet connection
• Website


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ADVOCACY EXPERIENCES:

Implemented projects related to CRC

Strategy tools

Outcomes/Outputs

Education Provide tutorial services to help them do good in their studies. Seek appropriate specialized tutorial assistance to handle specialized topics or subjects. We are able to attain our objectives (refer to Goals and Activities)
Shelter Giving them care and attention in a Christian manner, they are also exposed to homelife activities, making them equally responsible to maintain their "new" home. We are able to attain our objectives (refer to Goals and Activities)
Family and community Our projects (refer to Program Services) We are able to attain our objectives (refer to Goals and Activities)

Accomplishments :
Year
Description
Our 20th Anniversary 2009  
We are able to meet our objectives through our projects    
One child we have cared for is now in the seminary; we consider this as one of our achievements    

Emerging Issues :

We still need to encourage volunteerism. In addition, the usual problems we encounter have to do with lack of funds for our projects.


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CAPACITIES AND NEEDS :

Capacity for CRC work

Yes, because we are able to meet our objectives through our projects.

 
Strenghts
Weaknesses
Capable members of our staff (who continue to receive training) Shortage of funds
Existing partnerships with schools and other institutions  
 
Issues/Concerns
Ways to Address Issues
Shortage of funds We get our funds from our donors and sponsors
 
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MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION:

Title/Year Produced
Subject Matter
Format
Intended Audience
Video Documentary/2009 History of Silong Tanglaw from the very beginning up to Ondoy Video documentary Donors, sponsors, partners
Brochure Basic information about Silong Tanglaw Brochure Donors, sponsors, partners
Tumbang Preso Helping/guiding children Public service announcement Donors, sponsors, partners
PowerPoint Information about Silong Tanglaw PowerPoint presentation Donors, sponsors, partners

Materials Acccessible on website Website Links
 
 
 
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PRESENCE IN VIRTUAL COMMUNITY

Online Activities/Applications Used

• Uploading video on YouTube and similar sites (done by students and people doing outreach)
• Uploading materials (video, audio, photos graphics) on website
• Downloading materials (video, audio, music, photos, graphics) from the web

 
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NETWORKING AND COLLABORATION

Organizations Providing Complementary Services:

Services Nature of Collaboration Location
Organizations under NCSD When NCSD organizes events that involves its members, we are able to collaborate with other organizations that provide services similar to ours  

Organizations Providing Similar Services:

Services Nature of Collaboration Location
Organizations under NCSD When NCSD organizes events that involves its members, we are able to collaborate with other organizations that provide services similar to ours  

Other Organization currently working or worked with:

Organization Name Contact Person/s Contact Number
     

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