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LVF E-newsletter Number 25 (July 2016) 
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...... LVF  ACTS...Child Protection seminars... Follow your Dreams.. Youth Helping Youth  ROADTRIPS in Negros...
LVF ACTS IN PUNTA PRINCESA, CEBU CITY
One thousand seven hundred fifty (1,750) students were given sessions by Ms. Carla Juncia on Advocacy against Child Trafficking in Schools (LVF ACTS) at Punta Princesa, Cebu City.  One female student of Don Vicente Rama Memorial National High School courageously stood up and gave a challenge, “Boys, unless you stop the demand, unless you stop watching porno movies many girls will become victims of human trafficking. The following schools were given the sessions:  three hundred (300) parents of scholars and oratorians (July 10th)  one thousand two hundred (1,200)  Grades 9 and 10 students of Don Vicente Rama Memorial National High School (July 14 and 19th)  and  two hundred fifty (250) Grades 7 to 10 students of Concord Technical Institute (July 20th)  
LVF’S CHILD PROTECTION SEMINAR IN CABANATUAN CITY, NUEVA ECIJA
One thousand six hundred (1,600) from the Immaculate Conception College, Cabanatuan City were given sessions on Child Protection on July 18 and 19th led by Sr. Aleth Evangelista.  Sr. Aleth discussed the rights of children, anti-bullying and gave emphasis on the rampant issues of human trafficking, child sexual abuse and exploitation.
FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS: LVF YOUTH HELPING YOUTH ROADTRIPS IN NEGROS.
1,790 students from nine (9) different schools in Negros Occ. were given workshops on July 22-29, by 12 LVF youth helping youth facilitators with 3 Salesian Sisters.  One student said, “We have to make good our lives because we are confronted with a 10-year old facilitator who has a direction in her life.”  The attendees expressed the desire to have sessions like these done regularly in their schools as to inspire them to visualize and realize their dreams. Colegio Sta Ana de Victorias co-financed the LVF road trips to Negros.  Twenty (20) CSAV students signified interest in volunteering as co-facilitators to other schools and were trained to co-facilitate the conference workshop. Their great interest was very evident in the manner they spoke in front of the assembly, freely giving their views and opinions. One official from DepEd Escalante was amazed at the attraction of the peer to peer methodology of our LVC girls in facilitating, captivating the attention of their students in the sessions and eliciting their participation. The number of participants from the various schools was:   two hundred fifty (250) Grades 9 to 11 from Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias Integrated School - July 22, two hundred (200) First Year College from Colegio de Sta. Ana de Victorias  (CSAV) - July 23,  and  three hundred (300)  oratorians from Laura Vicuña Women Development and Training Center -July 24, one hundred ten (110) participants  from Manapla National High School Purisima Extension -July 25,   one hundred (100) from Alfonso Sta. Ana Memorial High School - July 25, one hundred (100) Buenavista National High School Japitan Extension -July 26, 2016; four hundred (400) from Escalante National High School - July 27,  one hundred (100) from Buenavista National High School Langub Extension -July 28, and two hundred thirty (230) from Buenavista National High School -July 28 and 29th.
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3724-0011-48
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