by World Hope International | Jul 1, 2022 | Global Health, Healthcare Accessibility, Philippines, Protection
Self-care is vital for our overall well-being as care providers to OSAEC survivors. This workshop focused on providing the knowledge and skills to help you develop a self-care plan. Learn how WHI’s self-care activities can help you cope with stress and improve your mental, emotional, and physical health!
by World Hope International | May 12, 2022 | Countering Human Trafficking & Gender-Based Violence, Philippines, Protection, Youth Empowerment
WHI believes that young leaders in the community can help minimize the prevalence of OSEC. Read about the OSAEC Awareness youth training we held last month.
by World Hope International | Mar 24, 2022 | Countering Human Trafficking & Gender-Based Violence, Philippines, Protection
World Hope Philippines co-hosted a series of trainings to help create effective change in response to the increase of OSAEC…
by World Hope International | Aug 13, 2021 | Access to Education, Child Sponsorship, Philippines, Protection, Youth Empowerment
Today a teacher in the Philippines, Kate is an alumna of World Hope International’s Child Sponsorship program. Here’s a snippet of her story, in her own words…
by Katie Kirkpatrick | Jan 21, 2021 | Child Sponsorship, Haiti, Philippines, Zambia
At World Hope International, we look forward to Christmas celebrations with our Child Sponsorship communities every year, but this past December’s time of special activities was even more anticipated around the globe after the many hardships of 2020.
by World Hope International | Oct 15, 2020 | Access to Education, Child Sponsorship, Civil Society & Governance, Countering Human Trafficking & Gender-Based Violence, Philippines, Protection
Sexual exploitation of children is one of the most heinous crimes in the world today as it targets the most vulnerable members of society – the children. Cyberspace has provided an easier and wider platform for it, and COVID-19 has made it worse – including at its epicenter in the Philippines. What can be done about it?