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Latest Press Releases
Beyond Relief: ICM Launches Recovery Program for Typhoon Odette Survivors
International Care Ministries (ICM), a non-profit organization working with the ultra-poor in Visayas and Mindanao, held a virtual launch on 8 February 2022 for its Recover Program for the survivors of Typhoon Odette (International name Rai) attended by government agencies, local government units, and private and corporate foundations.
International Care Ministries Mobilizes Thousands of Partners for Typhoon Odette Relief Operations
On December 17, 2021, Category 5 typhoon Odette (international name Typhoon Rai) made landfall in the Philippines and wreaked devastation in the Visayas and Mindanao Region of the Philippines. Help us send help to our affected ultra-poor communities.
US$1.91 million (HK$14.9M | PHP96.9M) Raised in One Night to Change the Lives of the Ultra-Poor
International Care Ministries Annual Fundraising Banquet inspires hope with support from all over the globe
7 Lessons in Poverty Alleviation during the Pandemic
What does it take to pivot and innovate during one of the biggest global crises for a non-profit organization? For International Care Ministries, a poverty-alleviation organization working with the ultra-poor in the Philippines, it meant an assessment of the organization’s strengths, data, and resources; quick thinking, and willingness to try new things to see if they would work.
Ten months of Community Quarantine and the Crisis is Far from Over for the Poor
Ten months into the pandemic and community quarantine, the poor in Palawan, the Visayas, and Mindanao continue to struggle to meet their basic needs.
The Philippine’s DepEd formalizes partnership with ICM to train parents to teach early learners
The Philippines’ Department of Education (DepEd) virtually signed a Memorandum of Agreement with nonprofit organization International Care Ministries (ICM) on December 4 to train and equip hundreds of thousands of families across the country with distance learning skills during the pandemic.
DOH partnership with NGO saves thousands of children from malnutrition during COVID-19 pandemic
In the midst of the hunger crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Health (DOH) partnered with International Care Ministries (ICM) to quickly deliver life-saving food relief to cure malnutrition in more than 30,000 children during the COVID-19 community quarantine.
More than a Dream: International Care Ministries Hosts a Virtual Fundraising Banquet in the Time of COVID-19
For the first time ever, due to COVID-19 pandemic social distancing protocols, International Care Ministries (ICM) will host its much-anticipated Hong Kong fundraising banquet online and at limited-seating venues at the Aberdeen Marina Club (AMC) this year on October 9.
DOH partners with International Care Ministries to save thousands of children from malnutrition
A partnership between the Philippine government and International Care Ministries (ICM) has delivered life-saving food relief to 18,306 children during the COVID-19 community quarantine
Food and Seeds Help the Ultra-poor Survive the COVID-19 Hunger Crisis
International Care Ministries delivers 14 million meals and 100 million seeds to ultra-poor families struggling with hunger caused by COVID-19 lockdown in the Visayas and Mindanao
Protecting Filipino Healthcare Workers from COVID-19
A partnership between International Care Ministries, De La Salle Medical Health Sciences Institute, and the Canadian Government will boost hospital workers’ safety during the pandemic
NGO Delivers Meals to Millions of Hungry Filipinos During the COVID-19 Hunger Crisis
ICM delivers more than 14 million meals to ultra-poor families, reaching more than 3.3 million people with aid during COVID-19.