Little Hands is delivering emergency aid to children and families affected by the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that hit the Visayas last October 15, 2013 which caused landslides and the destruction of houses, roads , school buildings, churches and bridges.
Your one time donation will definitely support Little Hands’ l work in creating a long term and lasting difference to children’s lives. Offer a general donation and we will designate it in a manner that it is given to where the need is most urgent. You can also choose to specify a type of community project you would like to fund, such as health care, education and safe drinking water. Whatever it is that you give will surely make a difference.
Little Hands will do its best in advocating methods to communities that will give them the necessary information and awareness in preventing diseases amongst children in order to minimize incidence of preventable diseases. We will spearhead activities geared towards encouraging the community to live healthier lifestyles and to be aware of the benefits of maintaining nutrition, health and sanitation at its best. We will partner with the government and caregivers in health and nutrition projects.
One of the best ways in order to help a child overcome injustice and poverty is by helping their community to be a better developmental place to grow up in. By donating $30 a month, you will be able to help provide children and their families as well as their community access to clean water, health care, livelihood programs and education above all. As a Little Hands sponsor, you can be an integral part in a child’s amazing journey because what you are doing is undoubtedly more than just allowing them to experience the good things in life they deserve, you take part in alleviating their lives and the impacts are lasting.
Little Hands is a non-profit non-political organization that helps impoverished children living in poverty stricken areas in Sibulan, Negros Oriental Philippines. We support health, education programs for children 0-6 years old and assists in setting up livelihood programs for their families and communities to ensure an enriching and brighter future for them. We bank on the importance of early childhood development and the value of education in molding a child’s future. We are supported by generous individuals encompassing culture, heritage and language from all over the globe. Lastly, we aim to build the capacity of a child’s welfare system.
Little hands support communities in improving sanitation and access to clean water and toilet. We work side by side with the community’s local groups and governments to ensure that initiatives are sustainable. One in every three people does not have a clean, safe private toilet a clean toilet can be the stepping stone to a healthier life. “Illnesses that are a direct result of bad sanitation affect the quality of life of millions of people around the world, especially children. Diarrhea diseases are the second most common cause of death of young children in developing countries “
An immense problem of child poverty can greatly be attributed to poor governance. This specific program is geared towards bolstering the capacity not just of our children but of the community-based groups and organizations as well as the government to work for the betterment of the children. We will promote child friendly advocacies on good leadership and management.
Every child has the right to education but many children are not able to go to school because of high costs, demographic location and poverty. Education is one way of breaking the cycle of poverty. Little Hands works hand in hand with the local leaders and the department of education to provide these children free and equal access to a good education so that they will be able to make use of their potentials and therefore making a difference in their quality of life. Our programs includes promoting a healthy , safe and child friendly school environment, improve teachers’ skills through training and offer life skills training.
Alma is a 16 year old girl who dropped out from school last year. Alma lives in the squatters’ area in Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City. She has two younger sisters and one younger brother. When she was younger she had a medicine overdose, hence, she is a little bit slow in understanding things and reacting to her surroundings.
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