Our services are focused on home life, health, medical, dental care, nutrition, education, livelihood, psychosocial and personal formation.
Provide a compassionate, safe, and nurturing home environment where children are nurtured and formed into valuable members of the community. The children receiving our services range from newborn infants to the age of 13.
The children’s home is dedicated to providing quality facilities and personnel, who are committed to implementing hope-giving programs for the orphaned, abandoned, neglected, and vulnerable children through holistic formation to prepare them to become valuable members of society.
St. Dominic Children’s Home is a 14,500-square-foot, two-story building with two wings. It has one central kitchen and dining room. Five dormitory rooms on the girls’ side and five dormitory rooms on the boy’s side and each have separate showers and bathrooms; and one large room for infants. In addition a library, chapel, and play yard. It is run by a well-trained staff managed by the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of the Philippines under the direction of Mother MA. Nemia Daral, OP.
Depending on the need it can be converted into a house:
Children’s Empowerment of the Philippines is seeking funds to provide a compassionate, safe and nurturing home environment where children are nurtured and formed into valuable members of the community by providing quality facilities and personnel who are committed to giving hope-giving programs for the orphaned, abandoned, neglected, vulnerable foundling, surrendered infants, and children through holistic formation, social-work interventions and services in order to prepare them for adoption, reformation and re-integration into families and society.
The relevance of the new facility, called St. Dominic Children’s Home, is to respond to the need for an orphanage in Western Visayas, a region composed of six provinces with 16 component cities. This region has a limited number of institutions, particularly in Iloilo City itself.