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Advocacies

Youths Champion Climate Change Resistance In Asia Pacific

Children and youth in Asia-Pacific call on their leaders to step up actions to tackle the climate crisis, including the strengthening of policies and plans to mitigate disaster risks and promote resilience.

Teens Discuss How COVID-19 Worsens Child Abuse Cases Worldwide

The virtual forum is part of World Vision's global advocacy campaign called "It Takes A World" that aims to call on key government, organizations, and private sectors to take action on violence happening against children.

World Vision, USDOL Launch Project Against Child Exploitation

World Vision Development Foundation, Inc. boosts its efforts to fight child abuse by launching the Project Against Child Exploitation or Project ACE.

Teaching Children To Stay Protected From COVID-19 While Having Fun

Although there a lot of things are drastically hit by the pandemic, enjoying childhood isn't supposed to be one of them. World Vision shows that you can stay safe from the virus while having a great time at home.

Parents Unlock New Skill For Extra Income

Around 60 parents and caregivers discover new entrepreneurial skill after attending a series of Bangus Deboning workshops organised by World Vision.

Supporting Schools Amid The Pandemic

World Vision continues to back the students' needs during the pandemic with the Every child A Reader and Nurtured (EARN) Project.

Activity Cards, Story Book, And Radio Provided To COVID-19 Affected Aeta Community

World Vision helps children from a small Aeta community in Batangas cope with the pandemic by distributing useful items.

World Vision Study Reveals Top Concerns Of Filipino Families During COVID-19 Pandemic

Filipino families share what their topmost concerns are during the pandemic.

PHINLA: Empowering Waste Workers And Their Communities At The Time Of COVID-19

PHINLA seeks to empower waste workers and communities affected by poor waste management by using waste as a resource to create meaningful employment and to earn income and more.

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PLDT Assures Stable Internet Connection During Maintenance Works

PLDT assures its users that their connection would be stable during its emergency maintenance works.

Taguig Inaugurates COVID-19 ‘Mega-Complex’ Facility

Taguig City inaugurates its COVID-19 mega-complex facility which will host the new city-run Molecular Laboratory, the Lakeshore Mega-quarantine facility, and the Lakeshore National Testing Facility.

Palace Believes AFP Not Involved In Fake FB Accounts

Malacañang believes that none of the fake accounts taken down by Facebook are accounts managed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

CA Junks Suit Filed By Customs Exec Accused Of Corruption

The Court of Appeals dismisses for lack of merit a petition filed by Bureau of Customs official Teodoro Jumamil questioning his suspension by the Office of the Ombudsman.

PH Displays ‘Int’l Leadership’ For Call To Address Climate Change

The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, an international climate and energy policy group based in the Philippines, lauds the Philippine government for its display of "international leadership" at the 75th United Nations General Assembly.

Mobile Legends: Unveils New Trailer, New Hero Updates and Improved Gaming Experience

Expect a more immersive experience with the new era of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang!

San Juan Aids Hearing-Impaired Man Return Home

A locally stranded person with disability receive assistance from San Juan City.

Group: Bulacan Airport Biggest ‘Ray Of Hope’ For Migrant Workers

Groups of migrant workers laud the plan of San Miguel Corporation to construct an international airport in Bulacan saying it as a potential source of employment and livelihood opportunities for displaced local and overseas workers displaced.