Blog For Children
It's encouraging to see people all over the country doing what they can to help and we need more of that. There are other areas, those not in the news, who are still waiting for help. The disaster risk reduction and management council said that there are close to 30,000 families across quake-affected provinces whose houses were totally destroyed. Read more
Actress Bianca Umali reminded children on their right to play. Speaking to more than 1,000 children who attended the National Children's Month kick-off ceremony, Umali told the children the time she visited the children affected by the Marawi Crisis. Read more
Following the recent earthquakes in southern Mindanao, child-focused development and humanitarian agency World Vision launches its relief operations for the affected people of Northern Cotabato, including the city of Kidapawan and the hard-hit towns of Makilala and Tulunan. Read more
Role plays, drawing, dancing and games are all essential in helping children cope with their situation after a disaster. These children have been through a lot in the past weeks, experiencing multiple quakes and worse, losing their sense of normalcy because of disrupted classes and damaged houses,” says Honey Joy Sampiano, World Vision’s child protection specialist. 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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