TAHANAN STA. LUISA
Tahanan Sta. Luisa, Inc. (TSLI) is a crisis intervention and recovery Center providing shelter, recovery and
healing to 23 abused and prostituted street and urban poor girls.
Supported by UNWG/ MG since 2011, funds are used to meet the basic educational needs of 23 girls.
GREEN VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Improving school's facilities and feeding students. Serves 300 children.
HAWAK KAMAY OUTREACH CENTER
Tutoring and mentoring program by providing a quiet environment and feeding progran for 300 children.
This project takes care of 250-400 children. They provide medical, educational, feeding and clothing assistance. Medicines are bought and distributed in three different areas. Rice is distributed to needy children. It is also a scholarship program providing tuition to worthy students. Funded in 2006, 2005, 2004.
Feeding/wellness program for 100 toddlers seen by volunteer medical professionals and scholarships for young adults for 2 year vocational and computer courses.
SARIAYA LEARNING CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT
This project serves 123 children.
CHOSEN VILLAGE FOUNDATION
This organization provides home, care, medications, physical and occupational therapy for the physically and mentally challenged abandoned children in its care. They serve about 75 children from 8 months to 18 years old. Funded in 2007, 2005.
CHILDREN'S MINISTRY PROJECTS
In 2008, a local church in Cebu City has approached the Children's Ministry to reach out to destitute and abandoned children. Aside from its projects in the Luzon region, the Children’s Ministry has expanded its operations and launched the food feeding and rice distribution projects to the poorest children of Cebu City, the Visayan region, in December 2008. Part of the funds received from the UNWG was disbursed for these projects. The Children’s Ministry is committed to continue its goals and aspirations to touch the lives of poor children. Funded in 2008.
BAHAY AT YAMAN NI SAN MARTIN DE PORRES
Home and safe haven for 320 disadvantaged children (street children, children of domestic abuse, victims of child labor) through residential care, rehabilitation and development to enable them to become productive citizens.