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9,279 families and 37,116 persons servedThank you Gebende Hande, AWO International, Village 88, HOPEww San Diego, HOPEww Headquarters, and HOPEww CanadaThank you
In Philippine setting,nbsp;a woman or child is raped every 53 minutes. Seven out of 10 rape victims are children,nbsp;according to Center for Womens Resources (CWR).
February 2 the plan to conduct a Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) orientation to ICoC Butuan, ended up facilitating Child Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction orientat
August 2016 The Disaster Risk Reduction Program has formally kicked off in schools in the province of Aklan. After sending letters of intent to different schools, fin
A total of 237 individuals participated on the Disaster Risk Reduction training held last January 2016 at the mountain barangays of Mahayag and Dongol, Ormoc City. Parent
November 8, 2015 - On the second year anniversary of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), HOPEnbsp;worldwidenbsp;Philippines staff, ICOC Philippines members from the Visayas Regio
Dagupan City, Pangasinan - Two hundred thirteen (213) families residing from different villages received food packages and relief goods from the partners and donors of HO
Medical Emergency Training last August 2015. The training was facilitated by a medical team from Albuquerque Church of Christ led by Dr. Darryl Macias. He was the former
Iloilo Church was the first church to complete the 3-day training for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) last July 2015. The training had an attendance of 38 persons. Iloilo h
Fourteen staff from Energizer Philippines Inc. turned over remote controlled toys, batteries, and gave a check amounting to Php 20,000 to Center of HOPE Baseco.
HOPE worldwide Philippines’ Community Centers of HOPE in Baseco (Port Area, Manila) and Payatas Urban Area (Quezon City) have been providing social services to the poorest and abused children since year 2000, and the three new Centers of HOPE in the Visayas Region were built in 2015.
The HOPE worldwide Philippines Disaster Response and Recovery is a program that provides immediate access to resources to communities affected by natural disasters. Thanks to you, we have helped thousands of families find hope in their darkest hours. Your continued compassion and generosity will continue to make a difference.
The Philippines is a wonderful place… A land of abundant blessings and a real paradise on earth… But behind its beauty is the ugly face of poverty. Over 100 million population, 44% lives in poverty or below $2 a day. Children constitute almost 45% of the population and more than 5 million children are engaged on child labor.
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