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Nothing more basic than clean water by wednesday, Mon, 12/19/2011 - 13:25
“We can’t get water anywhere. I have four kids and water is a necessity,” 32 year old Shiela regrets. She was anxious about her family joining the thousands of families at City Central School after Typhoon Washi (local name Sendong) brought the most devastation in Cagayan De Oro and Iligan City, both situated in Northern Mindanao.
Young Survivors: 10-year old saves sister from ravaging floodwaters by wednesday, Mon, 12/19/2011 - 11:33
As tropical storm Washi (local name Sendong) hit Northern Mindanao, 10-year old Aiza woke up to the torrential rains and strong winds fearing something bad was going to happen. Send your help now!
World Vision responds to survivors of Typhoon Sendong (Washi) by wednesday, Sun, 12/18/2011 - 02:08
December 18, 2011, Cagayan de Oro City (CDO), Philippines --- World Vision (WV) now targets to conduct relief operations and set-up Child Friendly Spaces to assist children and families in CDO, one of the hardest-hit areas, that was declared under state of calamity by government. Death toll is now reported at 430 and scores remain missing as Typhoon Washi exits Philippines.
Seaweed saves family from hunger by wednesday, Fri, 11/04/2011 - 09:42
Parents, Jerrylyn, 35, and Randy, 41, are certain that they can now feed their five children three times a day. The family has now a stable source of income. Thanks to seaweed farming.
Children are most vulnerable during disasters and the risks are greater by admin, Tue, 10/18/2011 - 09:52
Every year, natural and man-made disasters result to massive destruction in infrastructure and agriculture, livelihood are affected and economy suffers. Thousands of people die. Those who survive experience tragic loss, despair and hopelessness - and children suffer the most.
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Philippine response team unfazed by high waters brought by Nalgae by admin, Mon, 10/03/2011 - 05:41
Following its declaration of CAT 1 national office response in the aftermath of typhoon Nesat and ongoing fury of Nalgae (local name Quiel), World Vision (WV) Philippines' team trooped to the submerged Bulacan province situated in Central Luzon to conduct rapid assessments and initial distribution of emergency aid good for 500 families possibly in the hard-hit, swamped towns of Hagonoy, Paombong and Calumpit.
URGENT APPEAL:Typhoon Pedring survivors need your HELP! by jamcruz, Thu, 09/29/2011 - 08:05
Families in disaster-hit communities in World Vision Urban Development Program (UDP) in Manila and Malabon were among those who were heavily affected. For scores of displaced families, you can help provide them relief assistance.
Another Story of Generosity & Kindness (Kapuri-Puri) by wednesday, Fri, 09/23/2011 - 10:05
Sir Doty leaves a legacy to his sponsored children by wednesday, Mon, 09/19/2011 - 04:02
by Maria Cecilia Corvera, Donor Care Manager
An old man walks slowly into the room.
He’s tall, decently dressed in white barong and strides like an accomplished military officer in his youth. He looks stern from afar but as he steps closer to the crowd, his gaze somewhat undrapes a heart warmly beaming within.
World Vision reaches out to sick families in Siargao Islands by wednesday, Mon, 08/22/2011 - 06:22
World Vision (WV) in coordination with the Area Development Program (ADP) in Surigao del Norte and the local government of del Carmen municipality, conducted a medical consultation to more than 274 individuals (176 are children) who suffered fever and colds in two barangays of Siargao Islands, Northeast Mindanao.
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