Getting children back into school after emergencies
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- Are indigenous children so different from others? Save the Children meets Joyce, a 9-year-old Manobo girl. Joyce says that language is the only difference between her and other Filipino kids.
- Save the Children visits Min, a 9-year-old indigenous girl. Her mother doesn’t want Min to experience forced early marriage like she did. Instead, she wants Min to finish school.
- Save the Children meets Stephen Quilacio, a yoga teacher who uses his passion for yoga to spread awareness on HIV and AIDS.
- Save the Children visits Julaina, a 13-year-old indigenous girl from Sarangani. She walks an hour each day to get to school, crossing a river along the way.
- Save the Children talks to Jackie, a 15-year-old girl who uses her experiences as a disaster survivor as an inspiration for serving others
- Save the Children meets Iloilo grade-schoolers who are teaching kids how to prepare for emergencies. To educate others, they use art, song and dance.