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World Vision Philippines Executive Director Rommel Fuerte’s 2019 New Year message

 

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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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Kapuso Teen Star Bianca Umali, named World Vision Youth Ambassador for Education

Kapuso Teen Star Bianca Umali, named World Vision Youth Ambassador for Education

International child-focused organization World Vision proudly announces actress Bianca Umali as its newest youth ambassador for education.

World Vision reaches more than 1,000 Nina-hit families

World Vision reaches more than 1,000 Nina-hit families

In partnership with Jersey Oversees Aid Commission (JOAC), World Vision was able to reach more than 620 families or 2,000...

Giving hope to the fire survivors of Catmon

Giving hope to the fire survivors of Catmon

After the February 8 fire in Malabon, a great day in the city would be to wake up to the...

5-day CFS help children adjust after Malabon fire

5-day CFS help children adjust after Malabon fire

To rebuild the confidence and hope of the young survivors, World Vision’s executed a 5-day Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) program.

A rising hope after the fire

A rising hope after the fire

Thousands of families in Malabon became homeless after a fatal fire ravaged their houses on February 8, 2017, but survivors...

Children, families find hope after Agusan flood

Children, families find hope after Agusan flood

Best friends Christian and Totong share a lighthearted moment despite the destruction bought by the floods in Agusan del Sur.

World Vision provides safe spaces for young survivors of Malabon Fire

World Vision provides safe spaces for young survivors of Malabon Fire

World Vision established Child-Friendly Spaces for the children affected by the Malabon fire to help them cope with distress.

‘Bahay-bahayan’ in Barangay Catmon

‘Bahay-bahayan’ in Barangay Catmon

JM and other children always look forward to doing bahay-bahayan (playing house) - their closest expression of how much they're...

Rural elementary school blessed with new classrooms

Rural elementary school blessed with new classrooms

New classroom buildings were officially given to an elementary school during the turn over ceremony attended by representatives from Willis...

Caring for Communities

Caring for Communities

  To live a full life, children must be in a community that can support their most basic needs.   ...

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