Danica, who became a sex worker at 12 years old, recalls her ordeal and how she began a new life
Saykoji, Monita Tahalea, dan Gaby Christy mendukung kampanye #BeraniMimpi dengan merilis single ‘Bukalah Hati’
World Vision shares 6 best practices under its Livelihoods, Education, Advocacy, and Protection to Reduce Child Labor in Sugarcane Areas project, which helped 54,479 Filipino child laborers
Arnel Alipao believes that more than being vulnerable in times of disasters, children are capable of helping society minimize the effects of climate change
A child prostitute shares her story of survival and escape
Announcement: The annual World Vision Run is happening on June 26 at the Blue Bay Walk in Pasay City
'A mother always wants the best for children. Serving the barangay is just like serving my own family', says 41-year-old Evangeline Marfil
'Now we can say that should there be another disaster like Typhoon Jangmi, we are ready'
Are children's issues a priority for candidates in the 2016 elections?
Mothers are worried about their families and their children. Classes will resume soon - but they have yet to replace school supplies that were swept away by floods
'I've been deployed to several emergency responses, including typhoon Haiyan. Doing the work now, in my own province, should not be any different. But I’m wrong. It’s harder.'
(UPDATED) MovePH, Rappler's civic engagement arm, is crowdsourcing ongoing relief operations for Typhoon Lando victims to show where you can help out
Rappler partners with different organizations for the Social Good Summit to provide opportunities for participants to gain knowledge of the Sustainable Development Goals and implement them in their own fields
This is an announcement from World Vision
Proceeds of the event will benefit World Vision's child sponsorship program currently reaching out to about 100,000 Filipino children
Filipinos in rural areas prefer to get basic medical services in barangay health stations, but these are very vulnerable to strong typhoons such as Super Typhoon Haiyan in 2013
A Filipino aid worker relives her experience being deployed in Nepal
Disaster resilient communities are empowered communities
You can donate to international organizations listed here to help the victims of the massive earthquake in Nepal
'Change is inevitable, and if it comes with proper handling, recovery is possible'
The battle against TB in the Philippines can be won – the way it has been in high-income countries: with integrated efforts and commitment
'It feels good to see the enthusiasm of the people in owning their recovery. It gives us the confidence that there will be sustainability even after we leave their areas.'
The budget carrier now has 6 Airbus A330 aircraft, the latest one arriving in the country filled with donations for Philippine typhoon survivors
World Vision partners with 16 villages for the implementation of 52 cash for work projects that include creek clearing and de-clogging, communal vegetable gardening, school reconstruction and drainage excavation
World Vision mobilizes 96 people in a community in Aklan to plant mangroves that can help improve their livelihood
World Vision's Pinoy Nutrition Hub is ending malnutrition one child at a time in several barangays in the Philippines
Barely able to walk straight or speak, Jimboy's life has been difficult, but it has been filled with love and redemption
Evelyn's family has been forced to live in a makeshift house under a bridge ever since Typhoon Ruby hit their hometown and destroyed their home
A year after super typhoon Haiyan, an NGO worker revisits a boy and the dogs who saved him from death and despair
'We have just started to get on with our lives. I don’t really understand why we had to go through another typhoon but I am thankful we are all safe now and our house is still here,' says a Yolanda survivor
One Goal: Nutrition for Every Child campaign is a global initiative which focuses on promoting good nutrition among children through sports development
Press release: World Vision has continued to stand with survivors as they begin to rebuild their lives and look toward the future.
One year has passed and Yolanda survivors are standing strong. Show your support, light a candle on November 8.
'I have been in this village for three decades but I never owned a toilet. If we buy a latrine, our family will be hungry for weeks'
The partnership will fuse educational content with community action nationwide
The award aims to celebrate the spirit of humanitarianism and inspire World Vision Philippines' development workers to continue helping their communities.
Press Release: Save the Children, Plan International, and World Vision rally together in support of a bill promoting children's welfare in emergencies
Press Release: The International Labour Organization reports about 6 million people lost their livelihood when Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) ravaged Visayas in November 2013
Rappler talks to Bradley Mellicker, head of IOM's sub-office in Tacloban and Guiuan and Sean Ng, director of the Haiyan Response Program at World Vision about their work in the aftermath of Haiyan
Legal documents are important in proving one's identity and necessary for someone who needs basic services from the government
Yolanda destroys 1.1 million houses, leaving 4 million people homeless
'I was a humanitarian worker sent to help the Philippines, but I learned so much from the people there'
Residents of a Leyte village faced with the problem of open defecation – made worse by typhoon Yolanda – get help from concerned groups
This is the story of Erlinda, a grandmother, and Jerry, a carpenter. They are Yolanda survivors who are both recipients of World Vision's assistance.
'The resources that we were able to pool together enabled us to serve the needs of our fellow Boholanos who have been gravely affected by the earthquake'
World Vision launches its relief response targeting children and families impacted by typhoon Glenda (Rammasun)
What are the country's humanitarian organizations doing for #GlendaPH victims?
A mother and child in Tacloban City, both Haiyan survivors, relive sad memories with typhoon Glenda
Would you run for miles to sponsor the education and nutrition of children?
Four Eyes will donate a pair of eyeglasses for every pair sold on their website