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World Vision is an advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential. World Vision creates various efforts in addressing the causes of poverty and injustice. By increasing understanding of poverty and injustice, World Vision seeks to promote public involvement and government policies that help alleviate poverty.
World Vision joins Mindanao summit to strengthen disaster preparedness: Mindanao Declaration adopts Children’s Charter on DRR by wednesday, Wed, 02/22/2012 - 11:08
Cagayan de Oro City, February 19 --- Two months after Typhoon Washi has left widespread devastation in Southern Philippines, World Vision joins more than 400 Mindanao leaders, civic groups, academe and other non-government organizations in the first Mindanao Summit on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Geo-hazard Awareness. The 2-day summit proactively aims to gather all key decision-makers and stakeholders in Mindanao on a serious move to unite efforts to mitigate disasters and learn about the worsening effects of climate change in Southern Philippines.
World Vision and DILG signify their commitment to protect Pinoy children by wednesday, Thu, 01/12/2012 - 04:17
World Vision-Philippines started the new year with the signing of a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) on strengthening the organization of Local Councils for the Protection of Children (LCPC).
Getting to zero together! by wednesday, Thu, 12/01/2011 - 05:22
As we observe World Aids Day this year, we stand together as a nation with the rest of the world to demonstrate solidarity against the deadly disease. Only by working hand in hand will we be able to get to zero together. Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Stigma & Discrimination. Zero AIDS Related Deaths.
Education for All campaign brings a child back to school by wednesday, Fri, 06/17/2011 - 08:29
Ernie Rose could have been out laboring in the fields or working as a servant in the house of a wealthy family like her mother. She stopped schooling during her 5th grade in order to look after her younger siblings. “I felt compelled to take care of my younger brothers when my parents were separated,” recounts 13-year old Ernie Rose. Thankfully, through World Vision’s Education for All (EFA) campaign, Ernie Rose is now back in school.
WORLD VISION-PHILIPPINES CONDEMNS ACTS THAT PUT CHILDREN AT RISK by wednesday, Thu, 04/07/2011 - 15:42
(A Solidarity Statement to Uphold Children’s Rights in TV 5’s Willing Willie Show)
World Vision sponsored child to speak before U.N. General Assembly on Child-Focused DRR by wednesday, Tue, 02/08/2011 - 07:32
From the calamity-stricken province of Surigao del Norte, World Vision sponsored child Arnel Alipao, 17, waded through waist-deep floodwaters and crossed barangays on a make-shift raft just to get to dry land in time to fly out to New York.
ABK 2: Child Labor project by admin, Mon, 05/17/2010 - 07:28
World Vision spearheads ABK 2, the biggest initiative against child labor in the Philippines, in cooperation with ERDA, Child Fund and key Philippine government stakeholders including Department of Education and the Department of Labor and Employment, with funding from the US Department of Labor.
Anti-Corporal Punishment by admin, Mon, 05/17/2010 - 07:26
In efforts to end the cycle of violence against children in any place, World Vision Development Foundation, Inc. (WVDF) has joined the Child Rights Network (CRN), a coalition of child-focused organizations, to push for a law that would protect children from any forms of corporal punishment.
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