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The Joys of Child Sponsorship

Child sponsorship is helping a child in need. When you sponsor a child, you bring them joy by helping provide life-changing essentials like education, clean water, health and nutrition and more… See More

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Typhoon Ompong Response

After pounding Northern Luzon, Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) left a trail of destruction. World Vision has implemented an initial relief distribution in the municipalities of Alcala, Baggao and Tuao in Cagayan and Itogon in Benguet… See More

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Breaking the Silence: It Takes a World to end violence against children

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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Typhoon Yolanda Response

This section ushers us back to the tremendous challenge and misery faced by the survivors and brings the spotlight on the courage and grit of Filipinos despite the odds against them. Our hope is for us to learn from their stories and be inspired with their resilience. As one community declared – we are stronger than HaiyanRead more

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World Vision and Metrobank Foundation turn over hand washing and drinking facility project

World Vision and Metrobank Foundation turn over hand washing and drinking facility project

More than 650 students from two schools in Kidapawan City will benefit from the hand washing and drinking facilities turned...

How interfaith engagement helped World Vision’s emergency response in Marawi

How interfaith engagement helped World Vision’s emergency response in Marawi

Through partnership with the Bishop-Ulama Conference (BUC), World Vision was able to engage its youth arm, the Mindanao Tripartite Youth...

World Vision joins Nutrition Month Celebration launch

World Vision joins Nutrition Month Celebration launch

World Vision Development Foundation joins the members of the Regional Nutrition Council in Region 7 during the launch of this...

World Vision and DepEd ink partnership to improve ICT classrooms in Malabon

World Vision and DepEd ink partnership to improve ICT classrooms in Malabon

To enhance the students' knowledge on computer technology, representatives of World Vision and Department of Education (DEPED)-Malabon signed a memorandum...

Love and humanity will prevail: A responder’s blog of the Marawi crisis

Love and humanity will prevail: A responder’s blog of the Marawi crisis

A Marawi crisis responder shares his personal account of the situation of the displaced families of Marawi.

World Vision, JOA provide emergency kits to local community in Camarines Sur

World Vision, JOA provide emergency kits to local community in Camarines Sur

As the typhoon season sets in, World Vision and Jersey Overseas Aid provide early warning devices and emergency kits to...

The promise of a new life

The promise of a new life

*Danica is one of the 60,000 to 100,000 children who suffered from trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation nationwide. Here’s how...

A father’s wish

A father’s wish

A father dutifully accompanies his daughter to World Vision child-friendly spaces to help her cope with their family's displacement from...

School is cool with vegetable gardens

School is cool with vegetable gardens

In Central Philippines, a school blooms with various kinds of flowers, vegetables and fruit-bearing plants after students, teachers, parents and...

World Vision provides child-friendly spaces for displaced children of Marawi

World Vision provides child-friendly spaces for displaced children of Marawi

World Vision, on June 12, opened its dedicated spaces for the displaced children of Marawi.

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