Salinlahi Alliance for Children's Concerns, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit national alliance that aims to unite and strengthen the network of various initiatives in response to the needs and concrete situation of the Filipino children. It also aims to promote children's rights and welfare both locally and internationally.
Salinlahi Alliance was established in April 23, 2008. We take our roots from the Salinlahi Foundation, Inc. established on June 24, 1986 born out of the "National Conference of the Filipino Child Today: In Crisis" on January 26, 1986, from its main resolution in forming an alliance fo children's concerns.
Today, Salinlahi Alliance spearheads the progressive and nationalist alliance for children focused organizations and programs for child rights and children empowerment for genuine and social transformation.
Salinlahi’s mission is to lead the progressive and nationalist work for children’s empowerment as a contribution to the movement for genuine social transformation.
Salinlahi’s vision is that of a just, free and humane society which cares for its children, and ensures that each child is given all opportunities to develop his/her own capacities to be healthy, creative, analytical, non-sexist and love their fellow human beings, their country and the environment.
what we do?
LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING AND CAMPAIGNING
We coordinate and participate in national and international campaigns on children's issues. We aim to Establish linkages to forge common bonds for the promotion and popularization of issues and concerns that affect children.
BUILDING ALLIANCE THROUGH CONSOLIDATION AND EXPANSION
We organize members into local alliances to facilitate coordination of programs and activities and facilitate application process for new applicant organizations.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING
We facilitate courses on Children's Work Orientation among others. We stimulate children's programs in areas/fields identified as gaps in children's work. And provide/facilitate consultancy services on program development and management.
PUBLIC RESEARCH, DATABANKING AND EXCHANGE
We conduct researches to enhance the work of member organizations. We disseminate updates, news and information on children's concerns and national issues affecting children. We build up data banks (publications, photos, and audio visual materials) to help strengthen and support child rights advocacy.