Undernourished Children

The malnutrition prevalence rate among children increased from 24.6 percent in 2005 to 26.2 percent in 2008.

Over 44 percent of Filipino children aged 15 and below live in poverty, according to the two-year Unicef-PIDS-NSCB study.

(Published by Daily Inquirer in October 10, 2010)

Nurturing Expectant Teenage Mothers

Expecting mothers have what is called the nesting instinct, an urge in pregnant women to prepare a home for the upcoming nester(s). Read More >

Life for a Child (With Diabetes)

The program aims to provide the poor children with diabetes important medical supplies and medicines like sufficient insulin and syringes, blood glucose monitoring equipment... Read More >

Medical and Dental

Aim to provide free medical services, immediate medical care to urgent cases, diagnostic tests and medicines to low income and underserved communities.

Essential Nutrition

This program commits to improve the health condition of the undernourished children under our Daycare and Child Friendly Spaces Programs. Read More >

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