World Vision honors LBC Hari ng Padala Foundation, Inc. with One For Children Seal

From left: World Vision Development Foundation Resource Director Jun Godornes, LBC Express NEMM Area Manager Richard Gonato and LBC Foundation Program Officer Melissa Ann Macarubbo. World Vision awarded the One for Children seal to LBC Hari ng Padala Foundation, Inc. in a Project Salute ceremony. The award was given to recognize the overwhelming support that …

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World Vision Celebrates 65th Anniversary by Launching the Childhood Rescue Campaign  

In celebration of its 65th year milestone, World Vision Philippines shared over six decades’ worth of providing better future for vulnerable children through a virtual media launch held last May 30, 2022. The event featured an impactful campaign launch for “Childhood Rescue” with Bianca Umali as the campaign’s lead celebrity ambassador. (From Top Left) World …

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World Vision joins Child Rights organizations in lauding passage of End Child Rape Law  

For years, the age to determine statutory rape in the Philippines has been the lowest in Asia and one of the lowest in the world. The passage of Republic Act 116481 or an act “providing for stronger protection against rape and sexual exploitation and abuse, increasing the age for determining the commission of statutory rape” …

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World Vision conducts climate change summit to intensify waste management in Cotabato  

“Sustainability means leaving something for our children,” says guest speaker Ryan Fabay, Mindanao State University Faculty, in the recently concluded Climate Change Summit in Cotabato City. The Climate Change Summit aims to engage identified communities in improving their mechanisms on waste collection, waste segregation, recycling and other climate change adaptation practices. The initiative is organized …

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One month on: World Vision assists more than 9,000 Typhoon Odette-affected families

A month after Typhoon Odette (international name Rai) entered Philippine shores and left billions worth of agriculture and infrastructure damages, World Vision supported more than 9,000 families including 10,912 children with life-saving relief aid in the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Occidental, and Surigao del Norte. World Vision, a child-focused and relief aid organization, distributed …

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World Vision lauds new Philippine law prohibiting Child Marriage  

Globally, 12 million girls are married before the age of 18 each year[I]. Despite the recent decline in its prevalence, the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact to families have placed children—especially girls—at a higher risk of being forced into marriage to make ends meet. Studies have shown that marrying at an early age hinders children …

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Children remind peers about online safety  

Adhering to local hygiene protocols and social distancing, children in some World Vision communities in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao gathered to teach and learn about online safety to prevent online abuses and sexual exploitation of children. Using the hashtag term “#MayForeverOnline”, children and youth leaders led the orientation about online safety, reminding their peers to …

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World Vision launches emergency appeal as Typhoon Odette leaves thousands of families affected in the Visayas

In the aftermath of Typhoon Odette (international name Rai), World Vision in the Philippines mobilizes its team to dispatch and respond to the emergency as several provinces in southern Philippines are left with destroyed homes and thousands of families displaced. “Our house lost the entire second floor because of Typhoon Odette. I felt fear and …

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World Vision’s Noche Buena Campaign Shares the Joy of Christmas to the Most Vulnerable Children

World Vision is once again bringing the holiday spirit to our most vulnerable children and their families as it continues its annual Christmas tradition with the Noche Buena campaign. Since 2006, Christmas has been celebrated by World Vision’s supported children and their community with joyful memories of the generosity of sponsors and donors through the …

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World Vision and DepEd launch mobile library to give children in slum areas access to learning materials

Child-focused organization World Vision partners with the Department of Education (DepEd) to launch a mobile library in Mandaue City. The library named as Learn and Play Hub is officially launched to the community at the DepEd Mandaue City Division Office. Under the organization’s Urban Development Project, with the funding from the World Vision Singapore office, …

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