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Unang Lingap Kapwa Philippines Incorporated (ULKI)
Contact Person/s: Lilia L. Orioste, Director
Address: #5 Int. Free Press St. West Triangle Quezon City
Tel/Fax Number: 371 – 9119, 411-0832, 411-0823, 372-0999
Website/Email:

http://www.children.org

email:soa@qzn.children.org.ph

Organization Type:
Non-government organization
Organization Function:

Other: Child Sponsorship Agency

Year Founded: October 1991
Founder/s:

• Mr. Ferdinand Escobar, Chairman
• Ms. Priscilla Faraon, Secretary
• Dean Norma Dumadag, Member
• Ms. Lei L. Orioste, Member
• Ms. Rachel Cenal, (youth) Member

Primary Purposes: To help children living in dire poverty by providing children with program benefits and services that meet their basic needs, enhance their self-esteem and raise their physical and educational levels in a meaningful, lasting ways
Sources of Fund Support: Mother organization
Former names and Acronyms:  
Membership/ and Affiliations: • Department of Social Welfare and Development – Manila
• Philippine Council of NGO Certification - Sta Mesa Manila
• CODE-NGO - Loyola Heights, Quezon City
• National Youth Council – Quezon City
• National Council of Social Development - Manila
Collaborating Partners/Area of Collaboration:

• NATCO - Aflatoun (Children’s Savings) Prog.
• NYC - Youth programs
• NCSD - Child Protection Training
• CPU-PGH - Counselling, medico-legal, therapy
• Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse - Counseling, therapy
• DSWD-Marillac Hills - Temporary shelter/care, therapy International Justice Mission - Legal services
• Women’s Crisis Center - Shelter, counseling
• Boys Town Complex - Temporary shelter
• CRIBS Phils. - Temporary shelter
• Hope Worldwide Phils. - Temporary shelter and advocacy on CRC


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VISION, GOAL AND OBJECTIVES:

That each child will grow into a Health, Educated and Self Reliant-Adult


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PROGRAMS AND SERVICES:

Program Service Primary Participants
Health and Nutrition Sponsored Children and Youth Ages 3 - 19
Educational Assistance School Aged Children and youth
Basic Material Needs 3 -19
Youth Empowerment Program 12-19
Youth Health Corps Program 13-17

Area of Operation:

Municipal : Quezon City, Manila, Malabon and Caloocan


Physical Resources:

• Buildings/Offices
• Training rooms
• Vehicles
• Still and video cameras
• Computers


Human Resources:

• Managers and supervisors
• Community mobilization experts
• IT specialists
• Field workers
Other :Medical personnel


Information Communication Resources:

• Library
• Internet connection
• Website
• GIS


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ADVOCACY EXPERIENCES:

Implemented projects related to CRC

Strategy tools

Outcomes/Outputs

Staff Development Training on CRC and Prevention Education on Child Abuse Training-Workshops conducted by CPTCSA 2002 ULKI staff attended a 3 days comprehensive training on CRC, Prevention Education on Child Abuse and protocol in reporting identified cases
General Orientation on Child Protection: Theme: “Bata, Mahalaga Ka” Training - Workshop 115 sponsored youth and adult volunteers attended the general orientation on CRC, protocol in reporting identified cases of child abuse, handling and responding to disclosures
Child Protection Policy Children International Child Protection Policy Paper Included in the Program Approach for the year 2010 under CI Goal 9: Child Protection

Accomplishments :
Year
Description
Referral of Child Abuse Cases 2006 - 2009 Identified cases of child abuse in the field were facilitated and referred to our partner agency who have the expertise in handling and rendering interventions that best respond to the victims healing and recovery, either legal, medical , therapy, temporary care and family services.
General Orientation on Child Protection: Theme: “Bata, Mahalaga Ka” 2008 115 sponsored youth and adult volunteers attended the general orientation on CRC, protocol in reporting identified cases of child abuse, handling and responding to disclosures.
Attended the Celebration of Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Week: Theme: “Pista ng mga Bata” 2009 20 Peer Educators and the Youth Health Corps Facilitator attended the Culminating activity of the Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Week held at QC Memorial Circle. A simultaneous activity was also participated by the sponsored youth/peer educators such as mural painting, parade, puppetry and fora’s on CRC.

Emerging Issues :

• A gap in the implementation of laws in children’s right.
• 5 pillars of justice to be more sensitive in handling cases of child abuse
• More advocacy campaign in the community level to protect children from all forms of abuse and neglect.
• School base prevention education for the students to have a safe environment for their better development


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CAPACITIES AND NEEDS :

Capacity for CRC work

At this point, our organization do not have the capacity to advocate children’s rights. We are still in the initial process of training the staff to respond to child abuse cases among our sponsored children. Our child protection program focuses more on referrals.

 
Strenghts
Weaknesses
Available facilities to conduct training and Forums on CRC Staff are not yet fully equipped to handle cases of Child abuse
Strong Network and partnership with like-minded organizations rendering holistic programs and services to victim/survivors of abuse Management of child abuse cases is not among our core programs. We only do referral to appropriate agency.
 
Issues/Concerns
Ways to Address Issues
Readiness of the Community to support the CRC advocacy Not being addressed by the agency at the moment.
 
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MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION:

Title/Year Produced
Subject Matter
Format
Intended Audience
       

Materials Acccessible on website Website Links
 
 
 
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PRESENCE IN VIRTUAL COMMUNITY

Online Activities/Applications Used

• Participation in online discussion forums
• Uploading materials (video, audio, photos graphics) on website

 
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NETWORKING AND COLLABORATION

Organizations Providing Complementary Services:

Services Nature of Collaboration Location
CPU-PGH Counseling, medico-legal, therapy Taft Avenue, Manila
Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse Counseling, therapy Matahimik st, Teacher’s Village, QC
DSWD-Marillac Hills Temporary shelter/care, therapy Alabang, Muntinlupa City
International Justice Mission Legal services Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Child Justice League Legal services DSWD Central Office, Batasan Hills, QC
Women’s Crisis Center Shelter, counseling EAMC, Diliman, QC

Organizations Providing Similar Services:

Services Nature of Collaboration Location
Boys Town Complex Temporary Shelter Parang, Marikina
CRIBS Philppines Temporary Shelter Barangka, Marikina
Hope Worldwide Philippines Temporary shelter and advocacy on CRC Baseco, Manila & Binan, Laguna

Other Organization currently working or worked with:

Organization Name Contact Person/s Contact Number
CPU-PGH Ms. Dolly Rubia 02-5268418
CPTCSA Ms. Regine M. Rabanillo 02-4347528
DSWD-Marillac Hills RSW 02-8071585
DSWD-NCR RSW 02-7438643
Virlanie Foundation RSW 02-8962289
Child Justice League Atty. Tintin Sevilla 02-9316147
International Justice Mission Ms. Janet 02-6373983
Women’s Crisis Center Ms. Beth Santos 02-9267744

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