The Roots of Health Annual Report for 2011 details all of our priorities, programs, financial summaries and impact of our work.
2013 was a year of growth for the organization and we’re thrilled with the impact we’ve had on the lives of women and young people.
September was a very busy month, as we got back into community work full scale. A second round of women’s reproductive health classes in two communities, Aplaya and Magsasaka and the start of the Financial Literacy sessions in Little Tondo. We also intensified our Community Health Advocate and Student Health Advocate programs in colleges and communities.
“This is really something — the kids never get the opportunity to ask questions like these.” A teacher leaned over and whispered to me.
We invited renowned sex psychologist, Dr. Margie Holmes to come to Palawan to work with students to talk about their concerns and develop a reproductive health curriculum.
When you make a donation to Roots of Health, you’re not just supporting the organization. You’re also supporting hundreds of women and young people in Palawan who benefit directly from our programming. To see what kind of impact we’ve made, please read our 2012 Annual Report.