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Kabiba Alliance for Childrens Concerns,Inc. - ngo

Partner Type

Advocacy Groups

Areas of Interest

Advocacy, Education

Key Officials

KABIBA COUNCIL:

Chairperson:             SR. MA. CARMEN DIANA T. CABASAGAN, RGS

(Children’s Rehabilitation Center-Southern Mindanao Regional Office)

Vice-Chairperson:      DR. DARLEEN S. ESTUART

(Development of People’s Foundation)

Secretary:                     ALLAN DELIDELI

(SILDAP)

Treasurer:                     CORAZON ESPINOZA

(KARAPATAN Task Force Women and Children)

Auditor:                          ZELDA GALAGALA

(Relief and Children’s Alternative Program- RECAP)

 

KABIBA Secretariate:


Officer in Charge:                  LINDY BAYNO-TRENILLA

Program Officer:                    LOVEY ATON-CARAGAO

Organizational Mandate

is an alliance of non-government child-based, child-focused, child-friendly people’s organizations and individual child advocates in Mindanao who are committed to uphold the children’s rights to survival, protection, participation and full development. It adheres to the principle that a child is an integral part of the society and child care/development is a social responsibility. It will serve as a monitoring and lobbying body to ensure effective implementation of pro-children state and international policies and programs. It will also undertake policy advocacy, extra-legal work and other creative means in response to children’s issues and concerns. It is a membership-driven alliance with the Secretariat leading the realization of the plans set by the General Assembly. It is a non-stock, non-profit organization that believes in the child’s potential power to create a better world to live in.

Website

kabiba.webs.com

Details

Kabiba is an indigenous term for a baby carrier or the act of carrying in a cloth/basket sling usually worn by his/her mother, father or elder.  It symbolizes support system for children in crisis situations and upholding children's rights.

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