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How To Be A Foster Parent in the Philippines
September 3rd, 2021

At ROHEI Foundation, we meet a lot of families who have a genuine interest in foster care but simply don’t know how to get started in the foster care journey. Here we provide an overview of foster care in the Philippines, including the requirements, steps, and organizations to connect with as you consider getting licensed [...]

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Addressing the Orphan Crisis | ROHEI Foundation on CNN Philippines
August 12th, 2021

In case you missed it, ROHEI Foundation was invited by CNN Philippines to speak about the orphan crisis in the Philippines.   The Orphan Crisis   As we shared in the video, statistics from Philippines Without Orphans show that there are anywhere between 5 to 7 million orphaned, abandoned, and neglected children in our nation. [...]

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Tulong Kay Nanay: A Program For Pregnant Women In Crisis
January 20th, 2021

Help children by helping mothers. ROHEI Foundation’s Tulong kay Nanay page is intended to educate pregnant women on the realities of abandonment, abortion, and trafficking. Our goal is to empower them to make well-informed decisions for the best interest of the child, and to provide them with physical, medical, and emotional support throughout their pregnancy. [...]

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Christmas Reflections on Adoption
December 25th, 2020

No matter how different Christmas may be for all of us this year, it’s true message remains one and the same. Jesus has come, and He brings the gift of love, hope, joy, peace, and belonging to God’s forever family. However you are reflecting on the Christmas story this year, whether through Advent with family, [...]

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The Cost Of Adoption
November 20th, 2020

Raising a child comes with a great cost, regardless of the way they come to your family. When it comes to adoption, one of the many presumptions people have is that it’s much more expensive than natural birth. This mindset creates a barrier further comparing kids who are adopted from those who are not.   [...]

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Filipino Children’s Books About Adoption
October 10th, 2020

One of my teachers told me about how his adoptive son came home crying after being teased. He told his son that there was nothing wrong or shameful about his origins. Superman was adopted by the Kents, he pointed out. And so was Jesus, by Joseph!   Stories have power. They can help teach us [...]

Michellan Alagao
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