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KAIBA KA, an acronym for Katuwang ng Iba’t ibang Batang may Kapansanan (Partners in Rehabilitation and Integration of Disabled Children) is a community-based rehabilitation program run by the Vincentian Mission Center of Pili, Camarines Sur in the southern region of the Philippines. Since 1999 it has received over ten thousand dollars in annual grants from the Filipino Children’s Foundation.

Serving four Barangays (Villages), Kaiba-Ka focuses its efforts on the disabled children of poor farm workers. Rural poverty strikes hardest on these children who are often left unattended in families struggling to meet basic needs. Poverty has long been a disabling factor especially for the physically impaired youth who often bear the social stigma of discrimination. Depending on the child’s needs, Kaiba-Ka offers both center-based and home-based assistance in supplemental feeding, education, physical rehabilitation and social integration, with parents and local volunteers providing the essential support mechanism.
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