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Philippines Trip 2016

This past May 2016 our Country Director, Brian Felushko, travelled to the Philippines along with some other dedicated HOPE worldwide Canada volunteers to see the results of our fundraising efforts after Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.  As they travelled to the various sites it became quite apparent the magnitude of

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Record Making Year for Winnipeg Volunteers

2016 is going to be a record making year for our Winnipeg chapter as so many volunteers have chosen to serve in HOPE programs across the globe.  7 HOPE volunteers, all from our main partner the Winnipeg Church of Christ, are sacrificing time and money to travel far to meet

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HOPE After Haiyan

Immediately after Typhoon Haiyan struck, HOPE worldwide Philippines was on the ground mobilizing food, water and necessary life-saving relief items.  Winnipeg’s Filipino community also hit the ground running, providing donations and arranging fundraisers to help their homeland.  Donors across Canada and especially in Winnipeg chose HOPE worldwide of Canada to

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Philippines Update: Needed Psychosocial Training Provided in Tacloban

This week HOPE worldwide Philippines provided psychosocial support training for 90 camp managers and daycare workers located in Tacloban. Those in attendance mentioned their gratitude for HOPE worldwide and the sensitivity our organization has for the needs of the care providers on Tacloban’s front lines. All of those attending the

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Philippines:Typhoon Haiyan Protection and Psychological Program Update

Donations to HOPE worldwide of Canada for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) resulted in the creation of a protection and psycho-social program for children displaced as a result of the typhoon. Last weekend in Leyte almost 200 children were taught safety rules to help them guard against sexual abuse.

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Update on Philippines Disaster Relief

As of January 7th, over 6.000 people have died as a result of Typhoon Haiyan with almost 2,000 people still missing. Yet the latest disaster has touched the lives of so many more…over 4 million people are displaced and 16 million have been affected. Currently there are 101,000 people staying

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