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Tuesday, 22 March 2016 17:44

18 March 2016


CWC Conducts Orientation cum Work planning for the Newly-Hired RC/SCWC Technical Staff

The new directions and organizational transformation being instituted by CWC towards its  goal of   becoming  “the recognized lead advocate and monitoring body for child rights” requires the strengthening of  the RC/SCWCs as CWC's major arm/structure at the sub-national level and as the critical link between the national and local government for children's concerns.

 


CWC Deputy Executive Director, Atty. Marijoy D. Segui delivering her welcome remarks (Upper portion); Ms. Grace Alejandrino of the Policy and Planning Division of the CWC discussing the Thrust/Directions and Strategic Goals of the CWC (Lower left); and The RC/SCWC Technical Staff and the CWC staff taking a pose at the CWC (Lower right).

Given that CWC has no regional offices, the most that it can do in the meantime, is to hire a technical staff whose primary function is to act as the RC/SCWC Secretariat and assist the RC/SCWC perform its functions most importantly in the implementation of its planned activities.

For 2016, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) finally approved the budget allocation for the salaries of RC/SCWC Technical staff in all seventeen (17) RC/SCWCs.

The newly-hired Technical Staff for the Regional Committee/Sub-Committee for the Welfare of Children (RC/SCWC) participated in the two and a half day orientation cum workplanning conducted by the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) on March 8-10, 2016.  The activity was conducted at the Hive Hotel and Convention Place, Quezon City.

The orientation covers CWC mandate, vision mission, the basics on CWC's framework for a Child-Friendly Philippines which include the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UN-CRC), National Plan of Action for Children among others.

Most importantly, the RC/SCWC Technical Staff were oriented on the RC/SCWC roles and functions and its functionality indicators and were clarified on their critical roles as

RC/SCWC Technical Staff.

As expected, the RC/SCWC Technical Staff came up with their respective workplans based on the 2016 Work and Financial Plan and Indicative Plans developed by during the Chairpersons and Members' Cluster Conference in 2015.

All the RC/SCWC Technical Staff visited CWC office and had some time for interaction with the other CWC staff as part of the activity.

With this development, CWC looks forward to the increased functionality of the RC/SCWCs in promoting and protecting child rights thereby pursuing our goal of achieving a "Child-Friendly Philippines.”

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Flordeliza Gultiano

Monitoing and Evaluation Division

Council for the Welfare of Children

Telephone No.: 7811039 local 2006