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Title of Project Activity : Building Capabilities of Community Volunteers and Faith-Based Organizations as Advocates for Child Protection Implementing 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

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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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Know the situation of CNSP in the country and in their specific communities;

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Understand deeper the basic needs and rights of a child and commit themselves for their protection and development; Explain the causes why children are abused, neglected and exploited and help prevent these in their respective communities;

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Mobilize friends, parishioners, civic leaders in their city to share part of their life personally, financially and others types of assistance for the plight of the CNSP needing protection and support;

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Acquire skills in undertaking volunteer work and various service modalities and strategies for the psychosocial interventions for NCSD

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Organize themselves as a core of volunteers advocating and promoting for child protection and thus making their area as child-friendly communities; Develop a one-year program of work / re-entry plans on how to implement their learning insights from the seminar in their own communities.

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE DAY 1 AM - Opening Amenities Administration of Pre-Post Evaluation / Questionnaires Presentation of Activity Goals, Objectives and Content Understanding Volunteerism, basic principles and attributes of effective volunteers

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PM - Understanding basic needs and rights of children Understanding types of abuses on children and root causes of their behaviors Understanding 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 AM - Summary of Day 1 Learning Insights Understanding types of parents, parenting behaviors Factors that lead to child abuse, neglect and exploitation by parents Protective 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 development Child and Youth Welfare Code (PO603) Special Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act – RA 7610 Comprehensive Juvenile Justice and Welfare System RA 9344 Child Labor Law – RA 9231

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Methodologies – Brainstorming, case situation analysis, exercises, lecture / discussion, large group sharing

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DAY 3 AM - Summary of Day 2 Learning Insights - Areas for Volunteer work in Communities Responding to the needs for survival, protection and development of Street children in the area Panel Discussion – DSWD, CSWDO, Street educators and street children

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PM - Alternative Family Care for Children Foster Home Care / guardianship Adoption Family-based Program for children survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation Community Diversion Services for CICL Methodologies - Brainstorming, Case situation analysis, Video Presentations, Lecture/discussions, large group sharing

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DAY 4 AM - Counseling as effective intervention model in helping CNSP survivors of abuse, neglect and exploitation Ground level resource generation Networking / referral system

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PM - Team and Commitment Building principles and guides Action Planning for Volunteer Program for Child Protection in the City Faith-based groups Community Volunteer Advocates Activity Evaluation and Synthesis Administration of Post Test Evaluation Questionnaire Closing of the Activity

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COURSE CONTENT / RESOURCE / REFERENCES MATERIALSVOLUNTEERISM - History, Basic Principles and attributes

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

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When Jesus Christ selected His Twelve (12) Apostles to help Him take care of His Flocks, it was a genuine act of volunteerism (except for Judas Iscariot). The Apostles left their families and assisted Him in His ministry without remuneration until His Ascension.

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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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Soon after, the Catholic Volunteer Organizations and other Faith-based groups also made extensive use of their members and the laity in reaching out for the poor, victims of war, and those who suffered most as a result of economic depressions.

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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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Volunteerism in the Philippines on the other hand, dates back from the history of the country’s struggle against the oppression of the colonizers and its clamor “Katipunan” and the “Guerilla” movements were models of volunteerism

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The first professionally travel social workers who founded several orphanages, YMCA, NCSD were all volunteerism, too.

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