NMAP donates Php 1M to World Vision relief operation

World Vision would like to thank Norwegian Mission Alliance Philippines for donating Php 1M to our relief efforts for Haiyan survivors.


As a diaconal mission organization guided by Christian principles and values, NMAP walks and partners with vulnerable groups, families and communities. NMAP does this through a rights-based, participatory and holistic development approach so they may reach their full potential and experience fullness of life.


World Vision targets to provide relief assistance to 80,000 families (400,000 individuals) in the hardest-hit areas of Leyte, Samar, Panay Islands, and northern Cebu as it also looks into providing shelter assistance and child-focused interventions to help children cope from the disaster.


World Vision food kits contain 15kg of rice, 1kg of mongo beans, 10 cans of sardines, 1kg of sugar, 2.5kgs of biscuits, 1 liter of cooking oil and 6 litres of water.  Hygiene kits include bath and laundry soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, nail clipper, sanitary pads, body wraps. Each relief pack is intended to serve a family of five for a whole week.


In Photo: Font row, Josaias dela Cruz, National Director, World Vision; Eden A.  Zacal Compliance and Internal Audit Officer, NMAP

Back Row: Katt Anthony, Grants Associate, World Vision; AC Ong, Resource Development Manager, World Vision; Jules Lunar, Grants Officer, World Vision