Blog For Children
Carol has been responding to different emergencies since 2001, including typhoon Haiyan in 2013. A nurse by profession, she started with World Vision’s health projects. During emergencies, however, she would be asked to be part of emergency response teams. Read more
More than 1,500 mothers simultaneously breastfed their kids in the annual Hakab Na or the Big Latch-On held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay as culmination of the National Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Hakab Na is considered the biggest gathering of breastfeeding moms in the Philippines since its inception in 2013. Read more
The two-day gathering dubbed "Convergence in Diversity towards Healthy Communities for Healthy Children" held in Legazpi, Albay aimed to share promising practices on TB, malnutrition and HIV and AIDS. Read more
World Vision's Waste to Wages Project reported collecting more than 70 metric tons of polyester (Polyethylene terephthalate or PET) type of plastics in Baseco in a span of one year. Read more
What We Do
In partnership with child sponsors and donors like you, we strive to build thriving communities where children can enjoy their basic needs.
Where We Serve
World Vision Philippines has an operational presence in 27 provinces, 20 cities, 77 municipalities, and 1052 barangays, impacting an estimated population of 7 million, including 2.9 million children.
34 Area Programs and 56 Non-Sponsorship Projects
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