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 In the past months, the Philippines has been relentless in its efforts to prepare for the “big one.” Anticipating its impact in the metro and to the millions of people living in it, the...

By Crislyn Felisilda, World Vision Communications Officer Fourteen-year old Andrea (not her real name) was forced to be prostituted to help her family.  “I thought it was just me, but...

 Hundreds of Filipino bloggers unite once more for the country's biggest business-to-blogger event — Blogapalooza.  This much-anticipated event is a venue where businesses and bloggers...

  Human trafficking remains a serious problem in the Philippines, mostly involving poor women and children who fall prey to human traffickers.  In a bid to alert the public on the...

 Humanitarian organization World Vision lauds the passage of the Children’s Emergency Relief and Protection Act, a new law that protects children affected by disasters signed by President Aquino...