Manila Children’s Home

Children’s Home Kids Excel, Staff Trains

April 19, 2018

The staff and boys at the Manila Children’s Home home have enjoyed a busy and productive start to 2018.  Last month, local safety officials presented them with safety tips, including how to respond to a fire and natural disasters, as well as how to prepare an emergency kit containing water, food and medicine. The staff […]

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NAPACOR City Kids

Find Your Life-Changing Experience With ER

July 28, 2017

By Tim Fausch, ER Communications So you’ve heard about short-term volunteering overseas and you’re intrigued. But, you wonder, where in the world should you go and how can you make a real impact? Fortunately for you, we have the solution to your dilemma –  connect with Extreme Response in the Philippines. Our ER Asia team is […]

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Malnourished Mel Overcomes the Odds

February 20, 2017

By John and Gela Basiwa, Manila Children’s Home When Mel* was rescued from the streets at age nine, he was underweight and had severe health issues. Having spent years on the street with his family, he was diagnosed with primary complex disease, a precursor to tuberculosis. Mel’s outlook was bleak. The third of four children, […]

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Toto’s Redemption

February 10, 2017

By John and Gela Basiwa, Manila Children’s Home Ten-year-old Toto* was angry when he showed up at the Manila Children’s Home (MCH) three years ago. So angry, in fact, that he fought with the other boys and even his own siblings. At one point, Toto got ahold of a knife and threatened another boy. Then, […]

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How One Boy’s Success Helped Inspire Edukids20

February 4, 2016

My name is Toto. I am 12 years old Grade 2 student. Today I live at the Manila Children’s Home and my life has changed a lot. I was a failure in my education. I failed three times during my childhood years; once in Kindergarden and twice in Grade 1. I failed in school because […]

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