Category Archives: CHILD ABUSE

QUIBOLOY RAPPED FOR SEX TRAFFICKING IN US

US prosecutors on Thursday, November 18, announced sex trafficking charges alleging that girls and young women were coerced to have sex with the founder of a Philippine-based church who is a friend and adviser to President Rodrigo Duterte.

US grand jury indicts Quiboloy over alleged sex trafficking

A federal grand jury in the United States has indicted Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, founder of the Philippine-based Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC), over an alleged scheme that coerced girls and young women to have sex with him under threats of “eternal damnation.”The US… Read More

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'GDM MNME ENSINE US FILES SEX-TRAFFICKING CHARGES VS QUIBOLOY United States Department of Justice on Thursday announced the filing of sex trafficking charges against Pastor Apollo Carreon Quiboloy, founder of Kingdom Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name (KOJC) and long time friend and spiritual adviser of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and other church officials. A 74-page indictment alleged that Quiboloy and 2 other defendants recruited 12 to 25 year- old females as personal assistants or "pastorals" and were required to prepare his meals, clean his residences and perform "night duty." www globaldailymirror com @globaldailymirror f @globalmirror'

DAVAO DE ORO: Women’s Association in Montevista get livelihood support from DA-SAAD

The Department of Agriculture through the Special Area for Agricultural Development (DA-SAAD) program has successfully turned-over 240 upgraded native chicken and sacks of feeds worth of P240, 200 for New Dalaguete Women’s Association in Montevista, Davao de Oro .

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.The SAAD is a locally-funded program of DA that is intended to help alleviate poverty among the marginalized sectors by providing livelihood projects on agriculture and fishery to generate daily income and uplift their living condition.

Through the efforts of Revitalized Pulis sa Barangay (RPSB) New Dalaguete headed by PLT Analou F. Hormigas, the said association with 230 members became one of the government-accredited people’s organization in the province dedicated to empowering women advocacy through programs designed to build economic capacity.

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Witnessing the turn-over were SAAD Regional Focal Person, Naomi C. Lamata, PLTCOL Eulogia D. Galicia of DdO Provincial Police Office, Municipal Mayor Eutropio S. Jayectin represented by Board Member Jojo Jauod, Municipal Agriculturist, Nelma R. Aranton and personnel from the RPSB Davao de Oro.

This project aims to achieve the objective of Executive Order No. 70 or Whole of Nation Approach to End Local Communists Armed Conflict thru delivering government services and projects in barangay level. (Rheafe Hortizano – Provincial Information Office, Photos by RPSB-DdO)

COURT ORDERS ARREST of bishop, tribal leaders for child abuse

Arrest warrant vs. 6 UCCP-Haran execs

 April 28, 2021

DAVAO CITY—An arrest warrant has been issued by the Davao City Regional Trial Court (RTC) against six administrators of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP) Haran Center for child abuse.The April 21 arrest warrant was issued against UCCP Bishop Hamuel Tequis, Rev. Daniel… Read More

NBI CRACKING DOWN ON CHILD PORN

Measures vs. online child exploitation get Duterte nod

 February 8, 2021

MANILA – Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Monday said several measures recommended by his department on how to go about the government’s crackdown on online sexual child exploration received approval from President Rodrigo Duterte.Guevarra said one of the recommendations is to… Read More

CHR calls for heightened protection of children vs. sexual abuse

 February 8, 2021

MANILA –The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) on Monday urged the government to boost efforts to combat child abuse and exploitation.CHR spokesperson Jacquelin de Guia made this call in commemoration of this year’s Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Week, which she said comes “in the wake… Read M

DOJ to seek action from ISPs, tourism hubs vs. online child abuse

 February 9, 2021

MANILA – The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday said among the measures against online sexual abuse of children approved by President Rodrigo Duterte is to certify as priority the move to amend the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act to impose obligations on internet service providers (ISPs)… Read More

Groups ask Makabayan bloc solons to resign

END YOUTH RECRUITMENT

 December 1, 2020

Anti-communist groups and other civil society organizations on Tuesday called on the Makabayan bloc lawmakers to resign for allegedly recruiting minors to join the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF).Members of the League… Read Mo

AFP chief calls for end to youth radicalization

 December 2, 2020

Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Gilbert Gapay called for a stop to the “radicalization of dissent” among the youth, saying progressive groups recruiting them have become a “spawning pool” for New People’s Army fighters.Gapay said on Tuesday the three Senate… Read More

AFP submits report on NPA child recruits to UN

The Armed Forces of the Philippines Human Rights Office (AFPHRO) has already submitted its report to the United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator regarding the 544 minors recruited and used as “child warriors” by the Communist Party of the Philippines – New People’s… Read More

Also Read: Reds recruited 544 minors for armed conflict since 2010

The Armed Forces of the Philippines Human Rights Office (AFPHRO) on Thursday reported that 544 minors have been used and employed by communist terrorist groups (CTG) in armed conflict since 2010. 

Navy Capt. Jonathan Zata, AFP public affairs office chief, said data collected by the AFPHRO from field units covering children involved in armed conflict, provided a factual and verifiable basis for the report. READ MORE

UNMASKING REDS’ RECRUITMENT. Col. Joel Nacnac (2nd from left), chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Human Rights Office, submits a report on the New People’s Army’s recruitment of children and involving them in armed conflict, to representatives of the Commission on Human Rights on Thursday (Nov. 26, 2020). The report said 544 minors have been used and employed by communist terrorist groups in armed conflict since 2010. (Photo courtesy of AFP Public Affairs Office