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Kesz Valdez, Pinoy boy who won the International Children's Peace Prize 2012

Carlos "Kesz" Valdez a 13-year-old boy is just one of those Filipino youth who grew in an abusive world but happens to change his entire life after running away from his home when he was just 4-years-old. He have live being a rubbish dumpster and slept in an open tomb before being taken by Mr. Harnin who later on become his guardian.

Pinoy Kid, Kesz Valdez bags International Children's Peace Prize 2012
Image Screenshot From: youtube.com/#KidsRights

On his 7th birthday, Kesz journey started, it was supposed his very first birthday celebration after being born alive in this world, but instead of celebrating and having a gift of his own, the child chooses to give what he have receive that day to the street children in their place in Cavite.

His good deeds made Kesz deserve what he has today, as this year's receiver of the International Children's Peace Prize 2012, this Filipino youth will be a great model to all the children living here on earth whether they are rich or poor. In his case there no such thing as boundaries.

Carlos "Kesz" Valdez has receive the international award last Wednesday, September 19, 2012 held at the Ridderzaal or Knight’s Hall in The Hague.

Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace laureate handed the award to Kesz and said, "You are wonderful," and added, "My message to children around the world is not to lose hope."

Kesz was awarded the International Children's Peace Prize worth €100,000 ($130,000), now he'll have more funds to continue his deeds together with his friends, his charity the "Championing Community Children" or C3 and the KidsRights foundation that will be their partner in providing more projects connected to the winners' area of work.

Below is the full story of Carlos "Kesz" Valdez, taken from Youtube, uploaded by KidsRights.

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