Tulong Kay Nanay: A Program For Pregnant Women In Crisis
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.
Watch this video to find out more about our Pregnant Women In Crisis program:
Maraming kababaihan ang nakakaranas ng krisis sa buhay habang buntis tulad ni Rose. Maraming nakakaramdam ng matinding hirap dahil sa kawalan ng suporta at problemang pampinansyal. Marami ang nagiisip na i-abandona ang bata sa kanilang sinapupunan o pagkapanganak sa ilegal na paraan. Hindi kailangang umabot sa mga ganitong desisyon, may iba pang paraan na legal, ligtas, at mas nakakabuti para sa ina at anak.
Maaring ituloy ng isang nanay ang pag-aalaga sa kanyang anak pagkatapos mapagtanto na niya na kaya niya. Isang sagot din ang pagpapaampon, kung ito ang makakabuti para sa bata at ina.
Kung ikaw ay nakakaranas ng sitwasyong dinaranas ni Rose, o may kilala kang katulad niya, huwag magdalawang-isip na humingi ng tulong. Humingi ng tulong sa mga mahal sa buhay, o sa mga tao o organisasyon na gustong tumulong. Maaring mag-message sa Tulong Kay Nanay Facebook page ng ROHEI Foundation.
Ang mensahe at video na ito ay hatid sa inyo ng ROHEI Foundation sa tulong ng Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation.
Directed, Written, and Edited by Tristan Ortega
Animated by Alexia Sumilang
Voice Over by Joyce Buen
Music Score by Gerard Cayco
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