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In commemoration of the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week, UNICEF together with SM Cares, Camera Club of the Philippines and Tanghalang Pilipino celebrate the abilities of children with disabilities through a photo exhibit and a stage play. Opening the "See What I Can Do" exhibit are (L-R): Dr. Willibald Zeck, UNICEF Philippines Chief of Health and Nutrition; Engr. Bien Mateo, Director for SM Cares Program on Persons with Disabilities; Carmen Zubiaga, National Council on Disability Affairs Executive Director; Annie Garcia, SM Supermalls President; Her Excellency Leni Robredo, Vice President of the Philippines; Julia Rees, UNICEF Philippines Deputy Country Representative; and Jan Aliling of the Camera Club of the Philippines.

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