Charlie’s Mission

The name Charlie has somewhat become a household name at San Joaquin Nutrition Center, one of the Nutrition Projects of VFV under its Public Health Program. Seeing his name written on the wall of the center, and hearing stories about him, anyone who has not met him yet in person would somehow wonder what kind of person

Upcoming IT Library of NTCNHS

The collaboration continues ….. Last 2015 Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV). through its Dumpsite Project had the opportunity to be in partnership with Northern Tacloban City High School (NTCHS), UN International Labour Organization and UN Development Program to address the growing number of children working as scavengers. A two-classroom building was installed within the premise

The Story of Les and Debbie

Here’s some sort of a profile story of a lovely couple Volunteer for the Visayans has come to work with in recent years, another dynamic duo I can say that the volunteering world has, Les Treacy and Debbie Curtin. I got the chance to sit down with them for an interview where they willingly obliged

Water Facility Can Build A New Change

The Alternative Learning Systems is a two- Classroom facility. We provide meals from Monday through Friday for children we rescued from the dumpsite, sponsored students who are already in elementary,  and high school students in order to improve their nourishment and increase their attendance in school instead of staying inside the dumpsite and looking for