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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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From a shy girl to an elected youth leader and an aspiring teacher

From a shy girl to an elected youth leader and an aspiring teacher

Grace was a very shy girl. She could still remember that she would tremble in front of her classmates during...

Demo Farm ensures sustainability of a Community-based Organization

Demo Farm ensures sustainability of a Community-based Organization

The Pangkaunlaran Development Association, Inc. (PDAI) has been present in the Isabela province for around 30 years already. Its aim...

World Vision alarmed over El Niño’s impact to vulnerable children and communities in southern Philippines

World Vision alarmed over El Niño’s impact to vulnerable children and communities in southern Philippines

Our team on the ground talked to farming families who are taking the brunt of El Niño. It is good...

Look forward to who you’ll become: A Sponsored Child Story

Look forward to who you’ll become: A Sponsored Child Story

Trixie has been a sponsored child since she was still in her primary school. She shares that her sponsorship experience...

Stakeholders assure support in boosting North Cotabato’s abaca industry

Stakeholders assure support in boosting North Cotabato’s abaca industry

World Vision’s partners from different government line agencies like Provincial and City Agriculture Office, Department of Agrarian Reform Office, Department...

Surviving a House Fire and the Life after that

Surviving a House Fire and the Life after that

The impact of the fire to John and Mary Grace was doubled compared to its impact to the mother. Both...

World Vision joined the birth registration forum led by Child Rights Network

World Vision joined the birth registration forum led by Child Rights Network

World Vision joined the media forum organized by the Child Rights Network (CRN), composed of 46 child-focused agencies, to discuss...

World Vision observes the month of February as the Civil Registration Month

World Vision observes the month of February as the Civil Registration Month

World Vision observes the month of February as the Civil Registration Month. The birth certificate, among other civil registry documents,...

An Abundance of Hope: The Story of Reynmar

An Abundance of Hope: The Story of Reynmar

In 2017, we saw the community of then 14-year-old Reynmar Suarez come together in an effort to help him and...

Empowering community members as first responders

Empowering community members as first responders

More than 4800 families or about 24,000 individuals in Tudela, Misamis Occidental will benefit from the training of 37 community-based...

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