World Vision’s emergency response has now reached 20,000 people and we hope to reach more in the coming months,” shares Ajab-Aram Macapagat, World Vision’s director for humanitarian and emergency affairs...Read more
68-year old Norma has spent several sleepless nights thinking of how she can rebuild her house.“I was transferring from one relative to another because I didn’t want to spend a lot of days in one house and be a burden to any of them,”…Read more
During emergencies like Typhoon Ompong (International name Mangkhut), children are the most vulnerable. Aside from providing life-saving essentials, World Vision also puts premium to the psychosocial well-being of children…Read more
The Aftermath: WV rapid assessment team survey the damage of Typhoon Ompong in Baggao, Cagayan and Tuguegarao City
Typhoon Mangkhut: Communities in Cagayan and Isabela rush to secure their homes, crops and livestocks
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