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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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Do’s and don’ts of supporting disaster relief by admin, Thu, 03/24/2011 - 05:37
In the last week in Japan, over 7,000 people have died. Close to another 11,000 are missing. Over 2,500 suffer from injuries. We all want to help. But it’s the wanting to help that’s the easy part. It’s how best to help, that is the real question. Sometimes our good intentions to help those in other countries can do more harm than good if we’re not careful.
That’s why we want to help you understand the very best ways to help those in need. Let this list help you make helpful and thoughtful decisions about how to best support disaster relief now, and in the future.
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Donate your Tax Credits by admin, Wed, 06/09/2010 - 06:34
World Vision is an accredited fund-raising institution that allows donors to avail full or limited tax credits in accordance BIR regulations NO. 13-98.
- DSWD Authority No: 2003-016
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- DSWD Registration No: SB-R 172-04 (02-09-01)
- PCNC (Philippine Council for NGO Certification) certification dated May 11, 2005
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Gifts-in-Kind (GIKs) by admin, Wed, 06/09/2010 - 06:32
Gifts In Kind (GIKs) or non-monetary gifts, include donated products, services and expertise. GIKs are products that the field projects of World Vision area development programs can effectively use to accomplish their program objectives.
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