Filling the gaps for Yolanda victims

VFV has brought water filtration systems and hygiene kits to more than 200 families living in transitional shelters in Santo Niño and New Kawayan. Thanks to a partnership with Wine to Water — a non-profit aid organization from the USA — families displaced by Yolanda no longer worry about access to safe drinking water or

Nursing friends determined to make a difference

Seven Norwegian undergraduates used their Bachelor of Nursing internship to reach out to disadvantaged communities on the other side of the world by volunteering with VFV. The Høgskolen Betaniens students have spent a month volunteering at underfunded rural health clinics around Leyte. The group also used a Facebook campaign to fundraise 350,000 pesos. A portion

Volunteers give local communities food for thought

Two recently completed VFV feeding programs have boosted the health of 86 children and given local mothers a better understanding of how to keep their families healthy. The supplementary feeding programs which ran in Bliss for six months and Mahayahay for seven months were part of VFV’s groundbreaking Nutrition Project. VFV locates the villages with

Clean water for a community in need

VFV volunteers delivered 33 water filtration systems to families in transitional shelters during a relief mission to Santo Niño. Thanks to a partnership with Wine to Water — a non-profit aid organisation from the USA — families waiting to be relocated after losing their homes during Yolanda now have permanent access to clean drinking water.

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