In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Task Force Children of the Storm has initiated the Tulong Paslit Project (Help a Child Project) which is composed of public information campaign and relief distribution for children of marginalized and vulnerable communities in the Philippines.

To date, the has benefitted more than 8300 children and families in Metro Manila, Region IV-A and Region XI.

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Campaigns and Advocacy Events

Padyak to #EndVAC
More than fifty (50) bikers joined an advocacy ride launched in Quezon City with the objective of calling for an end to violence against children.
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#LabanBata Children's Fair
Salinlahi led the commemoration of 2021 National Children's Month by holding the #LabanBata Children's Fair at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani which was attended by more than 300 children and adults.
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Lamang Ang Batang
May Alam Program


Community Outreach

Relief mission in areas hit by Typhoon Odette
Salinlahi together with members of Task Force Children of the Storm (TFCOS) joined in a mission to help children and families affected by Typhoon Odette in Bohol and Cebu.
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#Bangon Batangas
Help Dumagat
Salinlahi joined an activity spearheaded by Association for the Rights of Children in South East Asia (ARCSEA) for Dumagat and Remontado children in Sitio Malibay Brgy. Lumutan General Nakar Quezon and Sitio Magata Brgy. Laiban Tanay Rizal last December 18-19, 2020.
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One Million Books for One Million Filipino Children
Salinlahi has partnered with #CANVASPH in an effort to educate Filipino children about their rights and deepen public appreciation of Philippine art, culture and the environment by giving away story books among young readers.
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Low enrolment turnout worries child rights group

Low enrolment turnout worries child rights group Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns raised alarm over low enrollment turnout barely a week before the scheduled school opening. According to the DepEd report, only 17.9 million learners

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Salinlahi Alliance for Children’s Concerns opposes the proposal to lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility (MACR) of children in conflict with the law (CICL) from 15 years old to 12 years old.



Education is a basic human right. However, there has been an alarming increase in the number of Lumad community schools being militarized, being used as barracks and detachments in the course of government’s counter insurgency campaign.

There is a move in congress to make Reserve Officer’s Training Corps mandatory for senior high school students.
However, child rights groups and students organizations have expressed concern over the revival of the said program that has also been marred by the allegations of corruption and abuses.

Abuses, violence and exploitation happen everywhere. Alarmingly, the Filipino children tend to become very much vulnerable to these vicious acts due to the prevailing socio-economic and cultural contexts in the Philippines. UNICEF noted that 1 in every 5 Filipino children is vulnerable to online sexual exploitation. We need to call on our national government to ensure that mechanisms are in place to address the current situation.
Pinky swear is an act of crossing pinky fingers between two persons, usually an adult and a child that seals a promise that can never be broken.

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