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Prepared in 2012
Source: Subaybay Bata Macro Monitoring System , Council for the Welfare of Children
88.57 M Filipinos (Census 2007) • 44,608,300 or 48.0% Male • 44,098,000 or 52.0% Female 37.25 M or 42.06% are 0-17 years old • 19.13 M Male • 18.12 M Female 2.04 (1995-2007) Population Growth Rate (PGR)
(2 persons for every 100 are added to our population every year)
Philippine Population by Region
(NSO, 2007 Census of Population)
093.469.5 child poverty incidence • 14.68 M poor families • 40.8% child poverty incidence • 14.405.62 M of population are poor • 4.899 magnitude of poor children 2003 • 38.Poverty Statistics for Children 2006 • 27. Official Poverty Statistics for Children) .849 magnitude of poor children 2000 • 42.8 child poverty incidence • 13.102 magnitude of poor children (NSCB.
Indicators and Targets Indicators Maternal mortality rate Birth Registration Infant Mortality Rate Full Immunization Under Five Mortality Rate Underweight (includes children 011 months) Targets (NPAC/MDG) ⇩ to 129 deaths per 100.000 live births to reduce by 19.2% of children by 2010 Data 162 per 100. NDHS-NSO) 34 per 1. NSO Family Planning Survey) 85% of births (2004) 25 per 1. NDHS-NSO) 26.000 live births (2008.7% by 2015 ⇩ to 21.000 live births (2006. NDHS-NSO) 80% of children age 12-23 months (2008.3 in 2015 ⇧ to100% of births by 2010 ⇩ to 17 deaths per 1. NNS) .000 live births by 2010 to reduce by 52.2% Underweight children.4 deaths per 1.000 live births to 26. age 0-5 years (2008.0 in 2015 ⇧ to 95% of births by 2010 to 100% by 2015 ⇩ to 33.000 live births (2008.
60% (SY 2010-2011.89% (SY 2010-2011.5% of children 100% by 2015 Data 23. DSWD) 54.Indicators and Targets Indicators Attendance to day care Attendance to preschool Elementary: Participation Rate Completion Rate Targets (NPAC/MDG) ⇧ to 75% of children ⇧ to 100% of children ⇧ 93% of children by 2010 100% by 2015 ⇧ to 89.11% (SY 2010-2011.16% (2008.7% of children ⇧ to 76. DepEd) 61. DepEd) 89. DepEd) 75.26% (SY 2010-2011.06% (SY 2010-2011. DepEd) Secondary: Participation Rate Completion Rate ⇧ to 83.7% of children . DepEd) 72.
FLEMMSNSO) 75% (2009.3% by 2015 72% (2009. FLEMMSNSO) 86% Functional Literacy Rate of Population 10-64 years old (2008.Indicators and Targets Indicators Literacy Rate of 15 to 24 years old Targets (NPAC/MDG) 100. FHSIS-DOH) Proportion of households w/ access to safe water Proportion of households w/ sanitary toilet facility 86.5% by 2015 83.0% by 2015 Data 96% Basic Literacy Rate of Population 10 years old and over (2008. FHSIS-DOH) .
2009 Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS) .Water and Sanitation by Region 75% of Households have access to safe water (DOH.
2009 Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS) .Water and Sanitation by Region 72% of Households have access to sanitary toilet (DOH.
3 Acts of Lasciviousness 4.2 Victims of Pedophilia 4. Abandoned 2.3 Victims of Pornography 4.401 885 401 115 116 47 34 2 33 Male 511 1.1 Rape 3.135 1.192 29 15 9 5 4 0 1 0 3 Female 373 1. CY 2011. Sexually Exploited 4.691 total cases served by the DSWD in 2011 (from 1. 2012) .327 1.Children in Need of Special Protection 5.372 870 392 110 112 47 33 2 30 Sexually Abused 3. Preliminary.4 Victims of Cyber Pornography Source: PPB-DSWD.2 Incest 3. Total 884 2. Neglected 3.1 Victims of Prostitution 4.433 in 2010) Types of Abuse 1. as of Feb.
Physically Abused/Maltreated 7. Victims of Armed Conflict 9. CY 2011.433 in 2010) Types of Abuse 5. 2012) .Children in Need of Special Protection 5.1 Involved 9. Preliminary. as of Feb. Victims of Illegal Recruitment 8.2 Affected Total 521 39 373 30 2 28 Male Female 271 17 47 15 2 13 250 22 326 15 0 15 Source: PPB-DSWD.691 total cases served by the DSWD in 2011 (from 1. Victims of Child Trafficking 9.
CY 2011.Children in Need of Special Protection Source: PPB-DSWD. Preliminary. as of Feb. 2012) .
low-earning family of six members charged with property-related crimes use drugs and alcohol has stopped schooling .Children in Need of Special Protection Profile of children in conflict with the law usually male between the ages of 14-17 has low educational attainment belongs to large.
2009) Types of Crimes – 4.Children in Need of Special Protection Profile of children in conflict with the law CICL were highest in NCR (8.246 CICL in 2010 mostly committed property-related crimes (PNP.Robbery was the 3rd highest (380 cases) .Theft was the highest (1. 2010) .631 cases) . (JJWC.807).631) & Western Visayas (1. followed by Central Visayas (1.002).
Davao City & SOCCKSARGEN-Region XII) DSWD served 2.817) .g.959 CICL in 2010 .5% were girls (142) An average of 412 CICL detained in city. municipal and district jails in 2010 (BJMP.95% were boys (2. 2010) .Children in Need of Special Protection children in conflict with the law “Gangsterism” – is a growing phenomenon in developing regional urban centers (e.
JJWC .Children in Need of Special Protection Source.
Children in Various Circumstances of Disability 942. old) more boys than girls with disabilities (103.435 males and 88.000 population most common forms of impairment are hearing & visual impairment Source: NSO.680 children with disabilities (>18 yrs.245 females) 10–14 age group has the highest disability prevalence rate per 100. 2000 Census Population .098 Persons with disability (70% were found in rural and remote areas) 191.
4% than female working children (1.5 M) or 63.8 M children 5-17 years old were economically active About 2.6% Of the 4 M working children 5-17 years old.4 M were exposed to hazardous environment Highest % of working children came from Southern Tagalog (11. followed by Central Visayas (9. 25% worked in the evening or during night time.7%) More male (2.7%) & Eastern Visayas (8.Children in Need of Special Protection Child Labor 4 M (16.2%) of 24. NSO .5%). Source: 2001 Survey on Working Children.5 M) or 36.
346 in Metro Manila alone .072 Street Children (Source: December 2010.-old population) 44.Children in Need of Special Protection Street Children 246. Exaltacion Lamberte) Metro Manila – 3. edited by Dr.11.435 – estimated street children who are visible ones .556 in 22 major cities Source: 2001 Ours to Protect and Nurture.011 street children or roughly 3% (0-17 yr. Rapid Appraisal by DSWD) .22.
00050.Children in Need of Special Protection Children in Situations of Armed Conflict an estimate of 30. AFP and NGOs . DND.000 children ‘displaced by armed conflict’ every year for during the last past 4 years Note: Based on reports from combined sources-DSWD.
000-50.Children in Need of Special Protection Child Trafficking Estimated 20.humantrafficking.000 Philippine and foreign child victims in the Philippines trafficked for labor and sexual exploitation Philippine is a transit country for victim trafficked from China Source: 2001-2006 Academy for Educational Development (www.org) .
2012 274 268 6 263 11 76 0 1 Jan.Children in Need of Special Protection HIV/AIDS Demographic Data Feb.865 985 7.050 59 345 Total Reported Cases Asymptomatic Cases AIDS Cases Males Females Youth 15-24yo Children <15yo Reported Deaths due to AIDS *Note: No data available on sex for eleven (11) cases. DOH . 2012 486 474 12 466 20 133 1 2 Cumulative Data: 1984-2012 8.-Feb.483* 2.850 7.356* 1. Source: National Epidemiology Center.
Children in Need of Special Protection Children in Cultural Communities Of the total 12 million population of IPs. 3rd and 4th CRC Country Periodic Report . approximately 5.1 million are 18 years old and below Profile: live in remote areas usually accessible only by foot have limited access to basic social services often suffer from discrimination and neglect Data source: National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP).
Children in Need of Special Protection Government and civil society are more aware of the need to involve children on matters affecting their lives . Local Councils for the Protection of Children Over 500 children organizations nationwide Photo by: CWC Secretariat . Regional Sub Committees for the Welfare of Children. Children as a sector at the National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC Children Basic Sector o NAPC-CBS) Child and youth representatives at the CWC Board.. Sangguniang Kabataan.
ACTIONS/RESPONSES MAJOR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS .
A. 209 . 9208 or Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 R.A. amending for the purpose Article 176 of E. 9255 of 2003 or An Act allowing illegitimate children to use the surname of their father. 9231 – 19 December 2003 (An Act Providing for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labor and Affording Stronger Protection for the working child 1987 Constitution R.A.O No.Government Response • Policy and Legislative Initiatives (Recent Laws) R.
9262 or Anti-Violence Against Women and their children Act of 2004 R.A.A.A. 10022 or Expanded Breastfeeding Promotion Act of 2009 .A. 9288 of 2004 or An Act promulgating a Comprehensive Policy and a National System for Ensuring Newborn Screening R. 9344 or Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006 R.Government Response • Policy and Legislative Initiatives (Recent Laws) R.
A. 9745 or Anti-Torture Act R.Government Response • Policy and Legislative Initiatives (Recent Laws) R.A.A. 9858 of 2009 (Legitimization of Children Born to Underage Parents R.A. 9851 or Crimes Against International Humanitarian Law . also known as the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009 R. 9523 of 2009 or An Act Requiring the Certification of the DSWD to declare a “Child legally available for Adoption” R. 9775.A.
and Post-Natal Care Program Child-Friendly Hospitals Newborn Screening (NBS) Newborn Hearing Screening Integrated Management of Childhood Diseases Immunization Program Early Identification of childhood illness Mother Baby Friendly Initiatives Vitamin A.Government Response • Health and Nutrition Pre. & Zinc Supplementation Supplementary Feeding Program . Iron.
Government Response • Education Project REACH (Reaching All Children) DepEd Pre-school Program Feeding Program Drop-out Reduction Program (DORP) Expansion of GASTPE coverage Computerization Program Basic Madrasah Education Program Every Child A Reader Program (ECARP) Child Friendly School System (CFSS) Food Fortification Program .
Government Response • Education Early Childhood Care & Development Services Education for All Basic Literacy Program Adopt-a-School Program Multi-Grade System Alternative Learning System Informal Education for OSY DepEd’s SPED (special education) reaching more children with special needs in elementary & high school .
Government Response • Protection Sagip Bata Manggagawa National Project on Street Children Night Care for Young Children Day Care Centers Pag-aaral ng bata para sa Kinabukasan Comprehensive Peace Process Reintegration and rehabilitation programmes Emergency Operation Philippines-Assistance to Conflict-Affected Mindanao Food for Education .
Government Response • Protection Child Care and Placement for Abandoned and Orphaned Children Inter-country Adoption Placement Services After Care Services Direct Social Services Rehabilitation Program for Street Children Recovering from Substance Abuse using the modified Social Stress Model (MSSM) Case Management Tool for Children Recovering from Substance Abuse .
Government Response • Protection Children and Women’s Desks in Police Stations Support for Victims/Witnesses of Trafficking in Human Beings Half-Way Home Focus on IP and Muslim children Parent Effectiveness Service/ERPAT Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program Comprehensive Program for Child Protection .
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