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A Pursuit of Joy

Camille Prats-Yambao, World Vision Celebrity Ambassador and a child sponsor for almost 3 years, and her husband VJ visit a family in Lau-an, Antique sponsored by World Vision… 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

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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National Children’s Solution Summit 2018 Highlights

National Children’s Solution Summit 2018 Highlights

“We, the children and young people who participated in the National Children’s Solutions Summit, believe that the collective ideas and...

World Vision provides shelter support to Ompong-hit families in Cagayan

World Vision provides shelter support to Ompong-hit families in Cagayan

68-year old Norma has spent several sleepless nights thinking of how she can rebuild her house. “I was transferring from...

A house for Jawin

A house for Jawin

10-year old Jawin is excited to have their house repaired after typhoon Ompong (International name Mangkhut) badly damaged it last...

Formerly top ranked municipality on malnutrition rate curbs the health issue; now at 12th place

Formerly top ranked municipality on malnutrition rate curbs the health issue; now at 12th place

The municipality of Estancia in Iloilo province had been a hotspot of malnutrition cases among children. For the last three...

Rex Book Store partners with World Vision to support 1,500 children in honor of teachers

Rex Book Store partners with World Vision to support 1,500 children in honor of teachers

In line with the celebration of World Teacher’s Day, Rex Book Store recently mounted its annual thanksgiving dinner with the...

Meet the World Vision Face-to-Face Team

Meet the World Vision Face-to-Face Team

We have a dedicated team of professional fundraisers who work in different sites, such as offices, airport, and malls, to...

World Vision sets up child-friendly space in Itogon, Benguet

World Vision sets up child-friendly space in Itogon, Benguet

For 8-year old John Paul, the child-friendly space is his happy place. “Both my parents are not here because they...

World Vision helps Agta people who tell story of clinging to trees for 8 hours as TY Ompong hammers their village

World Vision helps Agta people who tell story of clinging to trees for 8 hours as TY Ompong hammers their village

CAGAYAN — A group of Agta in a village had clung to trees for nine hours under the rain as...

World Vision has opened its Child-Friendly Space in Benguet

World Vision has opened its Child-Friendly Space in Benguet

During emergencies like Typhoon Ompong (International name Mangkhut), children are the most vulnerable. Aside from providing life-saving essentials, World Vision...

Children taking the brunt of Typhoon Ompong

Children taking the brunt of Typhoon Ompong

After fleeing the deadly landslides in Itogon, Benguet, families affected by Typhoon Ompong (international name Mangkhut) families now face an...

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