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QC LGU receives ‘child-friendly’ seal

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The Council for the Welfare of Children has conferred the Quezon City government with the Seal of Child-Friendly Local Governance.

The city government will receive the accolade for getting a 100-percent rating in the Child-Friendly Local Governance Audit of the Department of the Interior and Local Governments-National Capital Region.

Quezon City ranked first in the 2018 CFLGA for implementing impeccable and exceptional programs and policies for the welfare of children.

The CFLGA is an audit system measuring the local governance performance in the delivery of services addressing children’s right to survival, development, protection, and participation.

“Quezon City has been a consistent passer since the start of the CFLGA in 2014. This year, we have seen a big improvement. Now, Quezon City is number one in Child-Friendly Local Governance in the NCR,” said DILG-QC director Atty. Ana Lyn Baltazar-Cortez.

The 17 cities and municipalities that passed the 2018 CFLGA will receive the Seal of Child-Friendly Local Governance certificate.

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