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April 2020- Ongoing Distribution of Protective Gears to Health Care Workers, Police and Community Leaders During Covid
Jan 2020 - OHFH (Indigenous) Learning Center - Feeding Program and Seed Planting
A learning and day care center for T'Boli children in the remote and mountainous region of So. Cotabato has helped many children with basic education and developed a system to sustain feeding program within the school to decrease malnutrition. Headed by Anita Castillon, she manages, monitors and coordinates with OHFH and local donors to ensure that basic necessities are met and children have healthy and nutritious meals while attending school. Seeds were provided and planted by children and parents around the school to sustain the feeding program in addition to rice donations. OHFH also provided water source for the community for clean and convenient water supply.
April 2020- Pandemic Assistance Relief for Struggling Families in Metro Manila
January 9, 2020 - Outreach to a Newly Discovered Remote Villate of Tapayanon
An isolated community with practically no access to government services and known to be a New People’s Army (NPA) was discovered by the 60th Infantry Battalion of the Armed Forces of the Philippine (AFP). Reachable only through a helicopter, the Village of Tapayanon, a far-away highland found within the tri-boundaries of Bukidnon, Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte and a home of Ata Manuvu who were ‘introduced’ to a government run by the NPAs, was discovered last year when troopers of the 60th Infantry Battalion were in pursuit of armed members of NPA. Having noted of the dire need for services among residents of the Village, the 60th IB interagency delivery of various government services.
One Heart For Hope joined our giving partners in planning to reach out to Tapayanon. Dubbed as Sitio Tapayanon Whole-of-Nation Service Convergence Camp, the 5 day multi-agency service delivery generated the participation of civil sector organizations particularly One Heart for Hope, Quota International, Rotary Club of Tagum and Jaycees International (JCI) of Davao. We never thought that in this day and age, we still have a community that exist that the government has not discovered yet.
December 2020 - 6 Missions of Giving Hope - Storm and Pandemic Relief Efforts
In the midst of global pandemic, thousands of homes in the Philippines were destroyed in the path of powerful cyclone/category 5 super typhoon last October. 390,000 out of 1 million evacuated individuals have been displaced and many lives lost. One Heart for Hope, together with local nonprofit partners, private individuals, organizations mobilized fund relief and recovery efforts in regions of Tiwi, Albay; Atulayan, Camarines Sur; and Caramoran, Catanduanes. 988 individuals and families were served at this medical mission and emergency relief aid assistance in 3 regions.
Mission 1 - Lourdes, Tiwi, Albay
Mission 2 - Atulayan, Camarines Sur
Mission 3 - Palumbanes Is. Caramoran, Catanduanes
Mission 4 - San Miguel, Baras, Catanduanes
Mission 5 - Batag, Marilima, Catanduanes
Mission 6 - Virac, Catanduanes
December 2020- A Ray of Hope for Christmas
Despite the pandemic and calamities, OHFH volunteers braved through 3.5 hrs of giant waves and heavy rains to provide Christmas food packs, rice, basic necessities and solar lights to at least 683 families whose homes were destroyed by the typhoon “Ulysses.” Islands of Palumbanes, San Miguel, Batag, Atulayan, and various locations had a brighter Christmas and food to share with their families.
One Heart for Hope have limited our activities in 2020 due in part to health concerns that make it unsafe for our volunteers and recipients to conduct charity giving and mission projects. We are committed to providing our coordinators and on-site volunteers with a safe and healthy environment and also following specfic protocols implemented by each provinces, towns and barangays. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing cooperation with our COVID prevention policies and procedures as we work to help protect our recepients and their families.