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Breaking the Silence

World Vision launches its global mobilization to Break the Silence surrounding violence against children, as part of its observance of the International Day for the Protection of Children. Read more

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ING Learning Center celebrates its first college graduates

ING Learning Center celebrates its first college graduates

Using sheets of paper and crayons, the alumni of ING Learning Center in Baseco, Manila were asked to illustrate their...

Back to School: Teenage pregnancy prevents B’laan learners from finishing school

Back to School: Teenage pregnancy prevents B’laan learners from finishing school

Baby Rose and Cristine do not mind the danger of crossing this dilapidated suspension bridge just to reach school.  ...

Study: A high school graduate will earn 60% more than a high school dropout in a 65-year working life

Study: A high school graduate will earn 60% more than a high school dropout in a 65-year working life

A recent study on child labor conducted by US-based Notre Dame University in partnership with child-focused NGO World Vision reveals...

World Vision: Break the silence on sexual violence against children

World Vision: Break the silence on sexual violence against children

June 1 – Child-focused humanitarian, development and advocacy agency World Vision launches its global mobilization to Break the Silence surrounding...

Families in Malabon reel from loss after May 24 fire

Families in Malabon reel from loss after May 24 fire

  Families in Catmon, Malabon are still reeling from their losses after a fire razed the village on May 24,...

AIDS chooses no age

AIDS chooses no age

  As new cases of HIV and AIDS in the Philippines continue to rise, staff in health-related sector also work...

World Vision tent classrooms: Safe learning spaces for Marawi learners

World Vision tent classrooms: Safe learning spaces for Marawi learners

  Norhussein, 6-year-old, starts his day by singing nursery rhymes, reading the alphabet and playing inside the World Vision tent...

What school supplies mean to Prince

What school supplies mean to Prince

  Every day, rain or shine, 8-year-old Prince makes sure that his notebooks, papers and pencils are secured in a...

A better life

A better life

  According to 63-year old Venie, the least she could do to show her gratitude to her grandchild’s sponsor is...

A mother sees God’s hands for the first time

A mother sees God’s hands for the first time

Consorcia, 45, has recently been accepted as a rural village health worker, a position that entails visiting hundreds of houses...

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