Philippines Participants

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Kaya projects in the Philippines include helping to build new homes for local community members, work in the orphanages.community volunteer projects like sponsorship programme, community centre activities ...

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Out and about in the Philippines
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Travelling around Leyte
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Homestay Community
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Nutrition Project and Community Centre


Kids playing in the community plaza


Building work in the Philippines

Philippines Participants Featured Journals View All 36 Journal Entries

  • Best start packing

    Travel Journal from United Kingdom Leeds, United Kingdom | Tue Sep 03, 2013

    So it's not long to go know, in 2 days time i will be boarding the plane and jetting off to the Philippines hoping to make a difference. I've not really thought about how far i'm travelling and the journey its self but it's just hit me that i'm finally venturing outside of Europe and doing something worth while (very excited)... Suppose I should start packing really! More to come....

    My first trip outside of Europe...Hello Philippines

  • The long road to Borneo

    Travel Journal from Malaysia Borneo, Malaysia | Mon Aug 08, 2011

    Working for Kaya in their Philippines office has meant that I’ve been lucky enough to have a number of escapes throughout Asia during my 9 months here. My latest was a trip down to Borneo to check out a new Marine Conservation Project working to help protect the coral reefs which have been affected by decades’ worth of fish bombing. My journey starts here...After a pedi cab ride, 2 jeepney …

    Checking out a New Coral Reef Conservation Project in Borneo

Travel Articles

  • Medical Mission in Alang-Alang, Leyte

    Wed May 25, 2011

    On Saturday 21st May 2011, Kaya volunteers, local volunteers and Filipino doctors travelled to the rural town of Alang-Alang, Leyte to participate in an Annual Medical Mission. The purpose of the trip was not only an endeavor to provide free medical services to low income and underserved communi…  Read More

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