• No Excuse for Child Abuse

    When Bantay Bata started in 1997 as a child welfare program for children at risk, it focused on helping children who are physically abused and maltreated. Bantay Bata rescues them from the source of abuse with the ultimate goal of reintegrating the children to their family.Bantay Bata was able to provide immediate response to children in crisis by operating the first child care hotline 1-6-3 in the country. The cases reported to the hotline were handled by trained social workers and counsellors who were always on standby to respond on crisis situations. Children who experienced abuse and who cannot be reintegrated with their families were given refuge in the Children’s Village where they were provided premium care and underwent counselling and therapy. The hotline also became a medium wherein children in distress and parents can ask for psychological counselling and legal assistance.Bantay Bata 163 continues to evolve as it celebrates 20 years of being in the service of the Filipino Children. Aside from maintaining its core services in protecting children at risk and are disadvantaged through a nationwide network of social services, Bantay Bata 163 is now gearing towards protecting the country’s future generation from online abuse and exploitation. According to a research conducted by UNICEF, the Philippines is the “no. 1 global source of child pornography and the epicenter of live-stream online sexual abuse trade”.Bantay Bata 163 calls for your support to continue its mission of being in the service of the Filipino Children by upgrading its hotline system, renovating the Children’s Village, and creating awareness in the fight against online abuse and exploitation. Your donation will help 20,000 children each year for 20 years. ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc. DSWD Authority/Solicitation Permit No.: DWSD-SB-SP-00005-2017  Coverage: National  Dates Covered: Jan 30, 2017 - Jan 29, 2018  ABS CBN Foundation International is a 501(c)3 organization. 

    15% Funded

    Quezon City, NCR, Philippines, Philippines
  • Nutritional Feeding Program for HIV Patients

    The overall goal of the project is to contribute in the improvement of the quality of life of persons living with HIV (PLHIV) by initiating a strategic approach to improve their health status through urgent nutritional support to indigents and other needy PLHIVs in the treatment facilities and communities. Hospital and home visits to them and their affected families are conducted. Aside from food and supplements, expenses for emergency medical support such as necessary laboratory fees are likewise provided, in cooperation with the hospitals to which consent for giving of confidential-data is given by the patient. Nutrition plays a key role in health and wellness of all individuals. Optimal nutrition – eating the right type and amount of food in the right combination – is a critical component of comprehensive prevention, care and treatment for individuals with HIV and AIDS. Nutrition and HIV and AIDS are cyclically related. When the body’s immune system breaks down as a result of HIV or AIDS, this can contribute to malnutrition and susceptibility to infection. These infections can result in diarrhea, malabsorption, poor appetite and weight loss. Therefore, malnutrition can contribute to and be a result of HIV disease progression. Conversely, a person who is well-nourished is more likely to maintain a stronger immune system for coping with HIV and fighting infection. Optimal nutrition is also an important component of the response to chronic diseases that are becoming increasingly prevalent among individuals with HIV and AIDS.Compared to the national population of 102 million Filipinos, a small segment of people infected with HIV (PLHIV) may be negligible. However, according to official records and observations of care-and-support organizations, there is a significant upsurge of HIV cases up to the current year, harming the productive sector of youth and young people, males having sex with males (MSM), displaced migrant workers and the troublesome people who inject drugs (PWID) at certain locations of the country. Previously in 2006-2007, there is an average one case per day, two in 2009. On the average, five cases per day has been reported, but as of November 2016 the figure climbed to a staggering one case every hour and eight seconds, or roughly 26 cases a day.

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    Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines
  • PSYCHOSOCIAL PEACEBUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR THE CHILDREN OF MARAWI CITY

    Last June 3 to 5, the Teach Peace Build Peace Movement Team conducted Psycho- social Peacebuilding activities for children ages 7 to 15 years old in two evacuation centers in Iligan and Balo-i, Lanao del Norte. We were also able to provide care kits and hope kits to children, youth and their families who have been displaced due to the Marawi Siege. At present, there are thousands of children living in evacuation centers because of the conflict. In a time like this, they are the ones who bear the most pain and suffering. Help us be instruments of light and hope to these children.HERE’S HOW WE'LL HELP THEM: 1. Train local volunteer facilitators who will conduct psychosocial peace building activities to children and youth in evacuation centers.2. Conduct Psychosocial Peacebuilding Activities for Children and Youth every weekend and do follow-up sessions.3. Provide HOPE KITS that will help children cope up with stress and trauma.4. Provide Families with Care Kits that will be beneficial to their hygiene and sanitation needs.CHILDREN ARE THE MOST VULNERABLE DURING CONFLICT AND THEY ARE IN DIRE NEED OF OUR LOVE AND SUPPORT.HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP: I TEACH PEACE LEARNING RESOURCE KITFor PHP 2, 000 you can provide 1 SET OF I TEACH PEACE LEARNING RESOURCE KIT to a TPBPM LOCAL FACILITATOR who will conduct Psychosocial Peacebuilding Activities in Evacuation Centers. Each kit is composed of game materials, flashcards, balls and other items to be used to teach kids about peace and resiliency.PSYCHOSOCIAL PEACEBUILDING ACTIVITYFor PHP 3, 000 you can help us conduct a Psychosocial Peacebuilding Activity for 60 CHILDREN. Children will experience different kinds of activities such as arts, games, music and movement to help release stress and trauma caused by the armed conflict. They will also undergo a healing session through art therapy.   HOPE KITS3000 KITS NEEDED - PHP 450, 000.00For PHP 5, 000 you can provide 30 KIDS with HOPE KITS after a Psychosocial Peacebuilding Activity. Each Hope Kit is composed of a Peace Hero Coloring book, Sketchpad, Pencils, Crayons, Sharpener, Strength Bracelet and Stuffed Toy.  CARE KITS2000 KITS NEEDED - PHP. 200, 000.00For PHP 10, 000 you can provide 50 FAMILIES with CARE KITS for hygiene and sanitation. It is composed of bath soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, sanitary napkin, alcohoL and detergent soap good for a family of four.LEARN MORE ABOUT TPBPM: https://teachpeacebuildpeace.comFEATURED: Faces of Compassion for Marawi ( ABS-CBN Lifestyle) CNN Interview with Ms. Mitzi BorromeoPeacebuilding Groups readies to help kids (CNN ONLINE) 

    0% Funded

    Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines, Philippines
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  • Website Revamp

    Pangarap Foundation need your help to upgrade our website to serve much better not only our beneficiaries (shelter and community based) but also our beloved donors. To give them more results and updates what happened to our services. -We will design a new, easy to interface for the front end of your website to help improve usability. -Resize and visited by the different types of devices, so that your site is equally impressive and usable on any devices. -We’ll redesign your entire website to incorporate ease of use with clean, functional design. We’ll modernize the look and feel of your business to help rebrand your online presence. We can also turn our website into a valuable tool to raise money, coordinate events, mobilize volunteers, and share successes. Now it’s time to spread the word and share what we do. A well-designed website is one of the best ways for your charity to get attention, promote our work, build trust, and make an even bigger impact. 

    0% Funded

    Pasay, NCR, Philippines, Philippines
  • Day Care Center Construction and Equiping

    We have been working towards constructing a day care center in an highly populated informal settler area. The Architects, engineers, surveyors and many others have donated their time and expertise to the planning and preparation. We have also been able to raise over 1 million peso's toward construction costs. The contractor has now deployed a team of workers and a foreman to the site with the target date of completion being mid May 2017. The target for this day care center is to provide free, quality education to up to 80 children per day in a safe, child friendly and well equipped environment.  Preparing children from 2-5 years old with necessary skills to enter kindergarten and elementary school. So far through donations from our kind supporters we have been able to raise the majority of the funding needed. The amount left is approximately 250 thousand pesos. If you can give towards this we know it can help in making a difference to those children who will benefit from having this day care center in their area.

    2% Funded

    Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines
  • Quails for a Living in Punong, Magarao, Camarines Sur

    When BFAR (Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources) abolished the used of facilities and tools to catch small fishes and shrimps, many families in barangay Punong of Magarao, Camarines Sur lost their livelihood as well.Request Details:Per Quail = Php 40.00(Need: 1,000 quails)Per Farming Cage = Php 2,900.00(Need: 10 cages)Per Package Option:Quail Livelihood Package (Need: 10 packages)Livelihood Package Breakdown: - 100 Quails- 1 Farming CageTotal Package Cost: Php 6,900.00 (each package)(Nipa making is one of their alternative livelihood)Though many were resourceful enough to find alternatives like catching crabs and Tabios (a species of the dwarf goby and one of the smallest edible fish), these aren’t enough to sustain their cost of living. Nipa making is one of their current thriving livelihoods but too many of the families are doing the same. To prosper further, this community is in need of alternatives for livelihood. Fishing and catching shrimps is prohibited. Many of the poor families rely on working as a construction worker and laborer on a day-to-day hiring basis. A day of no work means a day of no food. Quail farming has been proposed to support 10 of the poor families in Punong. Quails are not hard to raise and their eggs can be harvested daily. They can be sold as is or can be converted to different food delicacies. Complete Quail Farming tools are requested for each of the 10 families. The local leaders commit to have them undergo Quail Farming training as their counterpart in the livelihood assistance to be provided. **Learn more about Gawad Kalinga at www.gk1world.com :

    50% Funded

    Magarao, Camarines Sur, Philippines, Philippines
  • Surf our way to Save the Environment!

       In 2008, a group of die hard surfers discovered the site where Lola Sayong is currently situated. While enjoying the challenge brought about by the swell, they noticed that they are with local surfers who are out of school youths (OSYs). With the drive to help them finish studies, the group of Gubatnon for Adventourism Incorporated was established. The primary goal is to get funding through surfing and help the OSY surfers and ultimately the OSY of the community to finish schooling. As of date, Lola Sayong is one of the newest places to be in Sorsogon especially for backpackers and millennial. It was recently ranked second of the six places to be in Sorsogon. With the bulk of millennial visiting the place, there is a reason to enhance the camp area especially in terms of sanitation while still preserving the laid back ambiance.    There is a need for funding on the construction of comfort rooms and shower rooms. There is also a need to find a good source of water and have a water pump installed. With the continuous media exposure of the good Samaritan surfers, it is timely if they can have rush guards to serve as their uniform as to emphasize their identity of a good heart. With a more enhanced Lola Sayong Surf Camp, more tourists will come which means more OSY will be able to go back to school.WHAT WE NEED!- Kitchen Dining Facility (Php 420,000.00)- Lodging Enhancement (Php 600,000.00)- Toilet Bath Facility (Php 480,000.00)

    46% Funded

    Sorsogon City, Sorsogon, Philippines, Philippines
  • Education, Information and Training Project

    PAFPI will embark a three-year campaign on HIV in partnership with local government and community. With the continuing increase of Filipinos getting infected with HIV (as reported by the Epidemiology Bureau of the Department of Health), PAFPI considers it an organizational mission to contribute to national HIV/AIDS-response through education and awareness campaign for vulnerable populations (such as departing overseas Filipino workers [PDOS], community, schools, workplaces) in order to promote behavioral change and lessening negative impacts including stigma and discrimination. Psychosocial services like counseling and referral to partner-agencies are routinely done. A significant component of PAFPI’s education campaign is drug-adherence. Some treatment-naïve clients often do not obtain appropriate pre- and post-test counseling especially from diagnostic centers, and thus fail to understand or appreciate the importance of adherence to ARV-regimen (the primary goal of the Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) is to prevent HIV related morbidity and mortality). Others stop taking meds simply because of lack of means to go to treatment institutions or hubs; still more do not have the wherewithal to pay PhilHealth insurance premiums. Poor adherence leads to immune deterioration, and a damaged immune-system in turn makes it hard for the body to fight infections and certain cancers. It also increases risks of drug-resistance and HIV treatment failure. Another part of incidental dissemination of information is to correct PLHIV-clients’ notions about nutrition, as this is an area often neglected in hospital environments. Not eating the right kind of food often results to fatigue, appetite loss, diminutions in senses of smell or taste, nausea, vomiting, infections or other problems of the mouth or throat. Metro Manila, Philippines

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    Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines