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Unmasking II: Childhood Lost

How one year into COVID-19 affected Asia’s most vulnerable children

On October 26, World Vision Asia Pacific will launch their report about COVID-19’s worsening impact on children in Asia. Our leaders will discuss with civil society, government, and child leaders the need to prioritise children’s #mentalhealth and protection during a pandemic. #WVAPACLearningXchange #COVID19


National Children’s Month

World Vision joins the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) in preparing for the upcoming celebration of the National Children’s Month 2021. The month-long event, held annually every November, is in accordance to R.A. 10661 or the “National Children’s Month Act,” which mandates the commemoration of the Philippines’ adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on November 20, 1989.

The National Children’s Month also aims to promote and sustain the protection of children’s rights. This year’s theme is “New Normal na Walang Iwanan: Karapatan ng Bawat Bata Ating Tutukan” – a response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that puts children and their survival, development, protection and participation rights under multiple risks.

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