ONGOING PROJECTS

HOME FOR GIRLS TRAUMA REHABILITATION PROGRAM

Started on: 01/09/2012

Goal: This program is our main project in the province of Antique on the island of Panay in the Philippines. The Home for Girls is a home for mistreated, abused and neglected girls between the ages of 7 and 19. A team of dedicated trained social workers and facilitators assist the girls to make sure they can rehabilitate in a safe and structured environment.

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HOME FOR GIRLS AFTER CARE PROGRAM

Started on: 01/06/2013

Goal: After the children have completed the 18-month rehabilitation program, an aftercare program of 18 months follows in which we monitor the girls and help them with a successful reintegration into the community and continue to support them with their educational and medical needs.

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VOLUNTEER, STUDY TRAVEL 

Started on: 01/01/2017

Goal: Do you want to work in a developing country, do an internship or do research at one of the schools or within one of our projects in this beautiful country? That is possible! We provide the ideal situation for you and you will also receive expert guidance at HBO and University level so that your learning efficiency is optimal. There are various options for different studies.

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ECO FARM

Started on: 01/01/2015

Goal: In 2015 we started the implementation of Let’s Eco Farm. This is an ecological farm, where we grow fruit, vegetables, and raise poultry. The intention of the farm is that we can grow our own food for the Home for Girls. In addition, we sell the surplus of products that are not needed for our own consumption. We also teach our girls and boys how to grow their own vegetables.

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PREVENTION CAMPAIGN

Started on: 01/05/2015

Goal: Prevention of child abuse and the violation of children’s rights. A campaign to increase awareness and change behavior. Increasing awareness and mobilizing the community to inform them about the violation of children’s rights and to take action and mobilizing and encouraging victims to report that they are being abused so that they can receive the help that they need.

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