Our Impact

School Feeding Program


The Philippine Facts


5.5 Million children were forced to work in 2011 to help supplement family income

36.6 million of Philippine population, of 92 million, is composed of children aged below 18 years (2010)

Over 40% (1 of 3) of all children in the Philippines live below the poverty line

13.4 Million children below the poverty line and in need of nutritional support


Our Impact


Reduced Hunger

Increase School Enrolment and Attendance

Improved concentration in the classroom

Academic Improvement

Body Mass Index Improvement

Strong Bonds Within the Community

Support Local Farmers and Local Economy



Girls Scholarship Program


The Philippine Facts


The average girl stays in school until the age of 11

30 out of 1000 children die before their 5th birthday

A parent earns an average of £4.50 a day

Although public school is free, it's the cost of uniforms, school supplies, transportation and school meals that keeps children out of school


Our Impact


Reduced Hunger

Increase School Enrolment and Attendance

Improved concentration in the classroom

Academic Improvement

More Likely to Enrol in Secondary School

More Likely to be Immunised Against Preventable Diseases

Increased Wages

Less Likely to Start a Family at A Young Age

Overall Better Health and Wellbeing

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