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Rewindy's dream house by wednesday, Wed, 12/28/2011 - 06:20
The Child Friendly Space (CFS) aims to help the children realize that they have the right to be protected especially in times of disaster. In the second day of CFS that was launched in the hardest hit village of Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro, the kids grouped according to their age and were encouraged to draw an impression of their ideal house which symbolizes assurance, security and safety for them.
My reflection from Sendong (Typhoon Washi) tragedy by wednesday, Wed, 12/28/2011 - 06:08
Salim’s joyride and new found hope by wednesday, Wed, 12/28/2011 - 05:16
A day after Christmas, Salim’s face beams with joy as he rides on the grocery cart being pushed by his mother Melanie, 39. The mother and child were among the affected families who received food and non-food relief items through “gift certificates” facilitated by World Vision (WV) in partnership with Robinson's supermarket in Cagayan de Oro. For that moment, six year old Salim could only have fun and a joyride on a shopping cart, gliding along the colorful hallways in the grocery store. But for his mother, he is a boy coping from the tragic calamity that happened in their village a week before.
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Harvey celebrates Christmas by wednesday, Fri, 12/23/2011 - 07:40
“It’s like a party.” This is how 11-year old Harvey describes the second day of Child friendly Space at Macadandig Tennis Court, Macasandig Cagayan de Oro City. Send your help now!
World Vision introduces health intervention in evacuation centers by wednesday, Fri, 12/23/2011 - 05:29
Iligan City, Misamis Oriental --- After being declared under National State of Calamity, looming and widespread devastation remains greatly felt in large portions of Iligan five days after Typhoon Washi struck. Torrential rains unleashed flashfloods and mudslides that hurled massive logs downstream, creating a path of destruction which left structures reduced to ruins. Barinaut bridge was split into half and entire villages near the riverside are wiped-out in Hinaplanon, where once thriving communities are now transformed into a barren wasteland.
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Something sweet as Honey by wednesday, Fri, 12/23/2011 - 05:23
Despite the devastation, life is still sweet for 12-year old Honey, one of the thousands of children displaced by Typhoon Washi (local name Sendong). However, she vividly shares the awful experience, “The water was so high we lost all our things, our clothes, and even our house.” Send help now!
World Vision reaches out to children greatly affected by Sendong flashfloods by wednesday, Fri, 12/23/2011 - 05:15
agayan de Oro City, 22 Dec 2011 – Six days after Typhoon Washi (local name Sendong) brought massive floods in Northern Mindanao, World Vision launches its first Child Friendly Space (CFS) in the evacuation area situated in Macasandig Tennis Court, Cagayan de Oro City. Send help now!
World Vision launches 1st Child Friendly Space in hard hit CDO by wednesday, Fri, 12/23/2011 - 05:12
"I pray that we’ll have Noche Buena (Christmas eve dinner) this Christmas.” --Child survivor Richard, 11
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“We’re not alone” by wednesday, Wed, 12/21/2011 - 11:54
“We’re grateful that a lot of people have moved their hearts to extend their resources to the grieving and homeless,” says Manong Jerry, 32, a father of two kids: John Paul, 6 and Cherry, 4. “We never felt that we’re alone,” he added. Send help now!
Rosemarie's Best Christmas Gift by wednesday, Wed, 12/21/2011 - 03:27
The holiday star decors (local term parol), Christmas wreaths, and glowing lanterns of various colors, shapes and sizes illuminated the Upper Balulang streets to usher the feeling of the season to at least 300 temporarily sheltered families from the hard-hit village of Puntod. Send your help now!
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