COPING WITH THE COVID19 PANDEMIC: VFV’S UNPRECEDENTED CHALLENGE

The Covid19 pandemic has left everyone and every organization in the world reeling from its drastic effects. From serious health risks down to the global economic downturn, nobody was spared from its debilitating consequences. VFV, as a grassroots non-profit and non-government organization that it is, was not left unharmed either. The abrupt onset of the

School-based Nutrition Project

Nutrition – how important is it? Certain small villages have higher occurrence of malnutrition compared to others. There are several reasons for this; one is lack of resources and the second is lack of education and awareness. VFV sets up the Nutrition Project to help address the issue on malnutrition. The provision of nutritious meals

19th VFV Medical Mission

Community health services continue! VFV’s 19th Annual Medical Mission on the 26th of April at Brgy. San Agustin, Babatngon Leyte was a success. A few months of preparation, coordination and hard work from the VFV team enabled us to provide vital services to patients and constituents from the beneficiary barangays in the municipality of Babatngon.

UK based doctors hold annual health clinics

Story and photos by Xavier-Thomas Mendoza   Four doctors from the United Kingdom volunteered in the Leyte area working in clinics and even leading the annual health clinic events at the Volunteer for the Visayans (VFV) centers. Alex Moss, Lloyd Halsey, Molly Stewart and Sachin Sharma worked together to give general health check ups to

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