From early childhood to adolescence, World Vision provides opportunities for learning. It equips the sponsored children, families and the community in the Philippines in upholding women and children’s rights and addressing violations through strengthening and mobilization of children’s organizations, networked built and mass media.


  • Provision of uniform & school supplies in locally-funded ADPs
  • Building/ Rehabilitation of School facilities
  • Tutorial Programs
  • Teacher and School Staff Training
  • Progress Evaluation


Tulong Aral ng Petron

Tulong Aral ng PetronThrough our partnership with Petron Foundation, Inc., Petron fuels the education of 4,573 children in Metro Manila and Mindanao since 2007. These are less privileged children in Grades 1-6 from public elementary schools.
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Bridge to Employment

Bridge to EmploymentThe Bridge to Employment (BTE) program established by Johnson & Johnson and active in eleven countries was launched in the Philippines on August 6,2010 at the Parañaque National High School. The program is the first in Asia giving opportunity for graduating high school students to build solid futures in health care.
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ABK3ABK means Pag-aaral ng Bata para sa Kinabukasan, from the ABK1 & ABK2 Initiatives which sought to reduce labor through education and combat the worst forms of child labor. ABK3 adapts the best practices developed from the ABK1 & ABK2 to reduce child labor in sugarcane areas.
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