Children's Advocacy Program
The Children's Advocacy Program or CAP is an alternative educational program that aims to help children understand and appreciate their roles in their families, schools, communities, and in society. It uses the child-to-child approach wherein children advocates serve as mentors who help inspire other disadvantaged Filipino children through outreach activities in schools and communities. Children advocates are chosen from various street children centers and disadvantaged communities and are exposed to workshops, field trips and film showings to enhance their awareness on identity, nation-building, rights and values formation. CAP is a venue for children to learn how to formulate ideas and speak their minds on issues affecting them.
The program ran from 2001 until 2014.
Saturday Fun Day
Video created by Shallah Montero and Margaux Reber.
Several street children live in the area around Museo Pambata. Most of these children are out of school but exhibit a desire to learn.
Saturday Fun Day is an activity that aims to give children around Museo Pambata's vicinity a chance to visit the museum, engage in educational activities, and have regular access to books and education. For more details on this program, pleas contact the Programs department.