KNK CHILDREN WITHOUT BORDERS PHILS. INC. (known as Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi) works for children at risk and children in need of special protection specialized on intervention and diversion of children in conflict with the law. Guided by our vision that all children are actively participating in the promotion of a just and humane society.
S.E.C. Registration No: CN200709223
License to operate: DSWD-NCR-RL-00006-2015
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2014
Emergency Response to Typhoon Haiyan - Known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda was one of the strongest typhoon that struck the Philippines. It affected 1,473,251 families in the regions of Visayas, with a casualties count of 6,300. Region 8 was badly hit, specifically Samar and Leyte. KnK Japan immediately responded through the support of Japan Platform. The special project was named “Skills Development and Educational Support for Children and Youth Affected by Typhoon Yolanda in Basey, Marabut, Samar and in Bislig, Leyte.” This project started from December 2013 to December 15, 2014 supported by KNK-Japan and Japan Platform Foundation (JPF).
The total number of children served was 3,153 with a minimum number of 810 children per sessions/activities. There were 922 documented/listed beneficiaries out of the the targeted 600 beneficiaries.
In partnership with the local government and other networks, we conducted Parent Effectiveness Seminar (PES) in all municipalities. A total of 334 parents learned about Child Protection Policy (Understanding UNCRC and other international and local child protection laws) and became aware of the approaches of positive discipline and downside of corporal punishment to children
HELP FLOOD VICTIMS IN METRO MANILA
August 23, 2012: Phase 4, 8, 7 and Phase 10-A, 10-B Bagong Silang: Distribution of relief goods (food and school supplies for children) to victims of flood. Together with our former Japanese Expat Ms. Yuri Hisano and officers/members of CAYO-Bagong Silang (KnK - Children And Youth Organization) joined in the preparation and distribution of relief goods.
KnK-Philippines especially the people of Bagong Silang, Caloocan would like to extend their thanks to KnK-Japan for all the support.
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