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Where writers/bloggers share, connect, inspire, and transform children’s lives – together.


To help the poor is to feel their pain

I’m Richelda, a graduate of Social Work from Bicol University in 2010. Honestly, I didn’t have any idea about the course. It wasn’t even my first choice. But as years passed, I grew to love my course and imagined myself  – I will be the children’s savior, the poor’s voice, and I will make the Philippines a better place to live. I imagined I would be doing…Read More


Cycle of Generosity

There was a woman with her little boy who walked across our event site. The little boy glanced at her mom feeling confused. Few steps away, he handed me a signal, “What is that?”. Then I smiled at him…Read More


Ways to limit your children’s gadget use

While gadget use has its benefits to children such as being a source of learning and entertainment, the excessive use of it may do more harm than good…Read More


How to prepare healthy meals for children

A mother who wants to provide better nutrition for her children cannot be stopped by a meager daily food budget. Diet diversity, which ensures children and family members of intake of essential nutrients, can be obtained by using local and affordable food resources….Read More


If you believe helping a child or a World Vision community has created an impact in your life, pass on the kindness and share your story online!

a.) Email us at wvphilippines(at)wvi(dot)org with the subject “I am #OneForChildren blog entry” with the following details:

  • Full name
  • Email address
  • Link to any of your online account/blog/website
  • Attached your Blog Entry
    • with Photos/Youtube Video Link; if applicable
    • at least 400 words (subject to review and approval)

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