Programs and Projects

The Street Education and Protection (STEP) Program

Childhope Philippines actively responds to the call on how to help the street children and youth through its Street Education and Protection (STEP) Program. Guided by the Caring-Healing-Teaching framework, the STEP Program has 4 major components. We put the best interest of the child at the center of the program and their holistic development as our main goal.

Instructional managers teaching children in a park as a solution on how to help the street children


The KalyEskwela literally translates to “school on the streets.” This part of the program uses a mobile van with audiovisual equipment to conduct alternative education sessions and basic literacy and numeracy classes. Under the DepEd-accredited Alternative Learning System (ALS), street children and youth learn through modules guided by our street educators trained as instructional managers.

We also provide educational aid to children who go back to the formal school system. For our older participants, we conduct trade and tech skills training (Youth Empowerment Project) to help them gain income to support themselves and their families.

Psychosocial Interventions

This section includes psychosocial aid and counseling. We help the kids and their parents cope up with stress and the challenges that they encounter while learning. Moreover, we provide assistance to shelters especially to those with completely neglected and abandoned children.

Childhope Philippines staff counseling happy children and parents as a solution on how to help the street children
Childhope volunteer playing with street kids during KliniKalye sessions as a solution on how to help the street children

Health and Medical Services

The Mobile Health Clinic (KliniKalye) provides primary preventive medical care, consultations, and treatments. This ensures that the children are healthy and in full physical capacity to learn.

Skills Development

We train the street children in leadership, computer literacy, sports, arts, and other skills. We help them develop these skills, nurture their good traits, and apply the values they have learned in life planning.

Kids and volunteer in a skills development session as a solution on how to help the street children

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Let’s connect on Facebook and share stories of how we can help the street children through your donations. Please like, follow and share our official Facebook page to help us educate and engage more people about our cause and update them about our organization.

2 days ago

Childhope Philippines Foundation, Inc.

60 participants from our Street Youth Empowerment Program and Family Development Sessions received relief goods from Project Proverbs. Maraming salamat sa pagtulong niyo po!

#deliveringhope #HopePartners
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#GuessTheWord: They serve as the second parents of the street children. They’re taking on the responsibility of imparting knowledge, influencing attitudes, and teaching street children skills. See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Childhope Philippines Foundation, Inc.

This #WorldFoodDay2020, we recognize the efforts of our #FoodHeroes — volunteers & partners, working hard to ensure the safety of food to nourish and sustain lives of street children in Manila.

We would like to thank the Fo Guang Shan Foundation and Buddha’s Light International Association Philippines for joining our mission in providing nutritious cooked meals to 600 street children and familes under our wing.

#igivehope #childhopePH #ZeroHunger #FoodisHope
#WorldFoodDay #HandofHope
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Happy birthday, Sir Chips!

Your generous contribution of knowledge, time, and energy to help street children was incredible. Your spirits are inspiring – we appreciate all your enthusiasm, thank you so much. May you encounter the most wonderful moments in life.
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