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) 

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    Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines, Philippines
  • Feed 150 Hungry Kids in an Isolated Community

    Parai in Dupax Del Norte, Nueva Vizcaya is a community of 1,050 farmers. Their agricultural products are corn, rice and various vegetables. Their primary need is a feeding program for 150 hungry children. Due to their isolated location, trade and earning a living is very hard. Some children are forced to quit school because of hunger while some continue to go to school with empty stomachs. Request Details:1 meal a day (every lunch at school) = Php 16.00Cost for one (1) child for a school year (220 Days) = Php 3,520.00Target number of meals: 33,000Total target: 150 children for one school year (220 days) = Php 528,000.00King Rudolph Almuete is a Grade 5 student of Parai Elementary School. He lives with his grandfather and aspires to be a policeman. He endures hunger and perseveres to finish his education to reach his ambition. He is just one of many children who will benefit from a feeding program.The town of Parai is named as such because Parai in local dialect means people who are left behind. This is how the community feels because their location is isolated; far from civilization. Dirt roads going to their town are in bad condition and are very difficult to be accessed by vehicles. In the rainy season, the roads are submerged in water. Despite these challenges, the community believes that someday their town will be called paradise or paraiso in local dialect.**Learn more about Gawad Kalinga at www.gk1world.com :

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    Dupax Del Norte, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines, Philippines
  • 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. 

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    Quezon City, NCR, Philippines, Philippines
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  • Community Feeding Project

    When there are no disasters, our NLCOM team goes to the poorest communities to serve           nutritious hot meals  to three thousand children (3,000). This is done in partnership with another organization (Metro World Child) who conducts values formation classes in the said community. Each week, as the   children finish their classes, NLCOM steps in to give a treat of hot, home-cooked meals.Because of our commitment, we are launching a special campaign so we can continue to serve  these vulnerable children. Through the hot meals served, these children are encouraged to          participate and join in the classes where they get to have good role models and a positive influence in their life.  Your gift will allow us to continue and sustain this feeding project. Help us feed the children. 

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    Tondo, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines
  • Every Child is a Vision of Hope

    Visions of Hope Foundation, Inc. (VOH) is the children and youth ministry of the Center for Community Transformation (CCT) Group of Ministries. It was established in 1999 to address the needs of poor children and youth from disadvantaged families and to give them the chance to grow and reach full maturity as individuals in the image and likeness of God. Our Vision is to see a Christ-centered generation of marginalized Filipinos alleviated from poverty become faithful stewards of God’s gifts and be positive influencers of society. VOH provides different Programs: Academics, Home Care, Afterschool , Church-based and Health and Wellness. Through these programs we dream to one day see young people live and embrace their God-given purpose, reach their full potential and ignite their passion leading them to participate in decisions and actions that will affect their lives and help them become productive citizens of our country.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Help us rebuild, restore and raise up a new generation of Filipinos who will be shakers and movers of our nation that will impact the world. Know more about us by visiting our website: www.visionsofhopefoundation.org.Join us and Hope with us! 

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    Laguna, Philippines, Philippines
  • CONSTRUCTION OF FIRE ESCAPE SLIDE (Holy Child Dorm for kids 3-4 years old)

    White Cross, Inc. was established in 1936 as a response to a plague of tuberculosis where the marginalized were most affected.  A devout Catholic group of women headed by Mrs. Victoria Lopez de Araneta formed a corporation named White Cross, Inc.  White Cross is licensed to operate as a child caring agency and it is accredited by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). It can accommodate 200 children ages 0-6 years old.  To better serve the less fortunate children, the institution needs to improve its facilities. In this   regard, we are in urgent need of funds for the construction of a Fire Escape Slide for the Holy Child Dorm for kids from ages 3 to 4 years old.Since White Cross is helping younger children, they are vulnerable and in need of protection. In emergency cases, White Cross is accountable to protect the children in the shelter. However, due to lack of manpower, White Cross is afraid that in case of an emergency, it would be a challenge to secure all children in a safe place. Thus, an additional fire escape slide is needed. With the slide, the kids could easily go to the safe place based on the institution's emergency plan exercised during the emergency drills to prepare the children. The total budget of the project is PHP 250,000. This would only account for the materials while the labour will be shouldered by White Cross which would cost PHP 75,000. This project has a timeframe of 2 months. Once the project is done, the institution will automatically introduce how to use the slide for familiarisation.Below is a photo of an existing fire escape slide of another dorm room.  p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Helvetica; color: #323333; -webkit-text-stroke: #323333} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}

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    San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines
  • Give the gift of Family

    A Virlanie Christmas: Everybody deserves a FamilyWe know, you’re with us in believing that Every child deserves a family, so we're extending A Virlanie Christmas campaign until the end of January! Last Christmas, 1.8 million children spent their holidays alone. This year, we can change that. We want to give you every opportunity to contribute in granting street children’s ultimate wish--to be with a family they can call their own. With your help, we can make a lasting difference in their lives. TOGETHER, we can make their wish come true. We have only ONE WEEK LEFT to make this happen. Please spread the word to your friends and colleagues, and perhaps we can make this fundraiser one of our largest yet!       Paula, 10, a former street child, lost contactwith her mother since four years. “Every year, I wish for one thing: my Nanay. I wish I could be with her for Christmas,” she says. She has been with the Foundation for eight years and while she is thankful to have her Mama Lak and Papa Ricky (Virlanie Tanglaw's house parents), she still wants to see her real mom.There’s no time like a Virlanie Christmas. Every December, the children are able to receive toys, clothing and gifts. While these make them smile, they wish for something that will touch their lives more deeply: a family they can call their own. There is no more sustainable and generous gift for a child than to place him/her in a family. This is built on our mutual belief that the best place for children to grow up is still within a family. You can give a LONG TERM SOLUTION to their basic human need: a sense of belonging and love. Together we can make their wish come true.

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    4055 Yague, Makati, 1204 Metro Manila, Philippines, Philippines

    The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Marawi City has reached 176,920 as of May 30, more than two thirds of the city's estimated population. Of the total, 79,175 individuals are staying in 38 evacuation centers. This means that almost 100,000 individuals have not been accommodated in evacuation centers and as such have not received any support from the government. These IDPs have sought shelters in homes of friends and relatives whose resources are already stretched to the limits. People are going hungry. Food supply has tightened in several towns as indicated by the increase in the prices of basic goods. For example, rice was sold at P5,000 per 50-kilogram sack or P100 a kg, more than 120-percent increase from its price prior to the crisis. Both evacuees and host families are going hungry. Rise Against Hunger is raising funds for food for 200 displaced families in Iligan City. Your donation will go into packing ready-to-cook fortified rice meals. Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines

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    Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines, Philippines