Category: OperationSAFE

Child Psychological First-Aid Training in Nepal

The first step in providing hugs, help and hope for the children of Nepal’s earthquake disaster has been accomplished. Training of Trainers (TOT) has been held in the capital Kathmandu and in the district of Nuwakot with dozens of local churches and ministries through our partners OM and CarNet Nepal. Both of these organizations have a long history of helping the poor, disadvantaged and vulnerable. Dozens of camps have been planned for this summer for thousands of children. You can support children to receive psychological first-aid by giving today. We need your help!

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Borongan, East Samar – Bato OpSAFE

Local churches and volunteers implement OperationSAFE camps in their areas and come up with unique solutions on their own. One of the best of these was a fun way to move hundreds of children around to different stations without chaos. After I saw them chanting, “Train, Train OpSAFE” I added it to our seminars in other cities!

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Train Train well, maybe a little chaos!

Cebu Hosts OpSAFE Camps at Hidden Paradise

OpSAFE Philippines Coordinator Vhie Awa-ao Simultaneous conduct of OperationSafe Camp is ongoing thru Philippine Children’s Ministries Network partners: “Cebu City Alliance Church & Eastern Samar Children Advocacy Network” in Damolog, Sogod Cebu & Brgy. Bato, Borongan, Eastern Samar the whole month of May. Around 450 children are being trained towards Building Resiliency among children in most disaster prone area. We are… Read more →

Typhoon Ruby – OperationSAFE camp in Alugan, San Policarpo, Eastern Samar

OPSAFE ALUGAN San Policarpo Eastern Samar was held from May 5-7, 2015 through a collaboration between the Philippine Children’s Ministry Network, Viva and OpSAFE International.

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Camp Director Emmanuel Jasojaso writes, “Its almost 5 months since Super typhoon Ruby hit Eastern Samar specifically Alugan, San Policarpo, yet the residents specially the children were still in trauma.   One of the children said that OPSAFE really uplift their morale through various activities specially PETE’S Adventure. Even the parents were testifying that they were so thankful to God that OPSAFE was held in their community.

Hope in the Face of the Storm – Viva

Viva is an organization that is making a difference!  According to their website, We are inspiring lasting change in children’s lives through the power of collective action because we have a vision to see children safe, well and fulfilling their God-given potential. Recently they posted an article about OperationSAFE camps being run through their partner network PCMN.  Let me share a bit of it and… Read more →

OperationSAFE Part of Historic Plan for North Korea

CRASH Japan’s child trauma program OperationSAFE joined twenty-six organizations in Seoul to collaborate to explore rescue plans for North Korea SEOUL, Korea (October 23, 2014) — A consultation initiated by Cornerstone Ministries International with 26 other ministry organizations resulted in several core values established for delivering the Gospel to North Korea: “Servanthood,” “Faithfulness,” and “Management by Obedience to God.” This… Read more →