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Cebu, Philippines – Trafficking

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Cebu, Philippines has now captured our attention. We will be partnering with C.U.R.E Foundation
as they establish safe homes for children they rescue from the sex trafficking in Cebu. Homes are being built,
to accommodate the children and house-parents will give them protective care,
so that these dear children can be raised in a safe, happy environment.

We met with the directors of this Foundation, and we fully endorse the work they are doing
with the rising need of a facilities they are building.

IHHS will partner with this Foundation and Oct 2014, we will return to Cebu to hold a conference,
which will be for the education of mothers on valuing their precious children.

Thank you for partnering with us, in this endeavor.

The CURE foundation rescues small children from sex trafficking and they
have safe houses up in the mountains to give the children a good
stable environment to grow up in – these are children, ages 3-8
We are so priviledged to partner with such a cause as CURE Foundation.
Presently these small homes are being built and more financial help is required to
complete the projects.


It was our privilege to visit the safe homes for little children exploited in the Philippines. House number 3 in nearing completion. The 13 children are happy, healthy and enjoying their safe environment.

Help us complete this project. Projected plans would be to build a complete village to accommodate many more children being rescued.
Estimate cost of $50,000cad per house. Consider this project in your charitable giving!


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IHHS has taken on a project this year to build a safe house for children ages 3-8 in Cebu,
Philippines who are being sexually exploited. As we visited this island and saw the need,
we were aware that we could do something to help.

We are partnering with CURE Foundation – who is presently rescuing these abandoned children and
taking them over 1 hour outside the city, in the mountains, and they are placed in a safe house with house parents,
and they begin their life of recovery, and education.

The Cost to have a safe house built, is $22,000 usd – and we would like to project this in our fundraising this year.
The directors of IHHS are excited about partnering with a very viable organization like CURE Foundation and
already we have raised over 10% towards this project, we trust that in the months ahead, we can quickly complete this project and bring hope to countless children.

This project is now completed…the home opens Dec 4, 2015.