Tennessee, Philippines – Al Jazeera’s special edition of The Story of Tennesse, a documentary by filmmaker Al Jazeera America, looks at the lives of young children in the orphanaged homes and orphanages across the Philippines.
It is a compelling look at the orphanaging industry, with stories of families that have lost loved ones and children in extreme poverty.
It’s also a poignant story about the role of the United Nations and international organisations in the lives and lives of children, with footage from the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Filmed in 2013 and 2015, The Story Of Tennessey is the first film about orphanages in the Philippines, a country where many children have been orphaned, as many as a third of the population, according to the Philippine government.
In 2015, a special investigation by Al-Jazeera and the U.S. Department of State documented widespread child abuse and neglect at the Tennesses orphanages.
Al Jazeera asked the Philippines government to comment on the film, but the Philippine authorities have not responded.
In The Story, a child aged between nine and 12 speaks about the impact of living in an orphanage.
The story is told through a young woman’s eyes, and she recalls the time when she was adopted and raised in a small house with her adoptive parents.
The Story of the orphans in the Philippine orphanage system is a moving account of a community of young people struggling to make it as adults in a world that has no real safety net, according the film’s narrator, Alisa Dias.
It’s a story that is not so different from any other story, Alias says.
And we are a young people, Alia.
We have this world of poverty, hunger and hunger, and it’s very hard.
I am still in high school.
It doesn’t feel right that I’m here, and I don’t have my education.
I want to get my education and get my future.
I don’t want to have to go back to school to study, Aliya Dias, 13, tells Al Jazeera.
I don’ t know if I can go back there.
I have no idea what I would do, Alida, 10, tells her mother.
And I can’t be a part of this world.
The orphanage I was born into was called Tenneses.
It was a very small house, and there was only one room, and we had only one bed.
I was the only child there.
There were about a hundred other children, and they were all orphans.
My mother said, ‘Don’t worry, it’s okay.
The next generation will grow up and get married.
I’ll get a job and then I can stay here and raise my kids and have a life.’
The next year, my mother took me and my sister and my two brothers to live with a relative.
We were given a place at the end of the road, and the rest of the family left for another orphanage in the nearby town.
They didn’t know the children.
At first, I was worried about my sister, who was very shy, and a lot of times we would hide.
But then, I learned to trust her.
She was very strong and she was very caring, and even though she was scared, she was really sweet.
She would always say, ‘I love you,’ and always listen to you, and would try to comfort you.
Alias, Alima and other orphans at Tennesese orphanageIn the Philippines today, the government has been working hard to increase child welfare and prevent abuse, with the aim of raising children in an environment where they are safe, secure and cared for.
But with many of the countrys poorest children still in orphanages, Al Jazeera spoke with a number of Filipino children, who spoke about their lives, the orphan-care system, and what they want from the country.
Filipino children at the Filipino orphanageThe story of the Philippines’ orphanages is one of extreme poverty, extreme poverty and extreme poverty itself.
According to Al Jazeera, the average annual income of a Filipino child in the country is about P45,000, which is more than two times the poverty line of $15 a day.
According the Philippine Department of Social Welfare, poverty is the number one cause of death for children in their age group.
And children under the age of five account for nearly 70 percent of all children who die in the streets, according UNICEF.
According to the government’s own statistics, almost 70 percent, or 3.7 million, of the 3.2 million children in poverty are in the United Sates.
And in 2016, the Philippines lost