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Written by Cervin P. Bariso, writer for Operation Blessing Philippines Whenever we face adversities or challenges, we normally think of things…
Believing that every Filipino has the right to live healthier lives, Operation Blessing (OB) provides free primary healthcare and other medical services to the poorest of the poor.
Under its Disaster Response Program, Operation Blessing has a three-pronged approach: rescue operation, relief distribution, and rehabilitation.
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, the humanitarian arm of CBN Asia, was established in 1996 to reach out to the most neglected and economically disadvantaged people in the Philippines and the rest of Asia. Where there is poverty, disease, malnutrition, calamity and distress, Operation Blessing is there to bring hope and blessing to people in need, regardless of race, culture, or belief.
In Northern Samar, where income for most people is only enough either for food or bills, mothers like Emily struggle…
DAVAO CITY – Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines Inc., (OB) supported Department of Education (DepEd)’s kick-off ceremony of Brigada Eskwela in…
Poverty is still pervasive in many places in the Philippines. Operation Blessing believes that with the right financial and skills support, impoverished individuals and communities have a chance to improve their lives.
It has often been said that children are the hope of the future. Operation Blessing (OB) is doing its part to nurture children by upholding their rights to basic needs, such as food, healthcare, education, and even play and recreation.
Lack of sanitary conditions and access to clean water often lead to poor living conditions and may even result in disease and death. To help address this need, one of Operation Blessing (OB) sponsors the drilling of wells in underserved communities.