We share you the stories and inspiration of the people who experienced ANCOP
Who We Are
ANCOP stands for ANswering the Cry Of the Poor. It is a program founded by Couples for Christ (CFC), a faith based Vatican recognized international lay organization of the faithful that has a worldwide membership and active in over 100 countries and dependent territories, and was made for the purpose of consolidating CFC’s effort in BUILDING THE CHURCH OF THE POOR. Shelter building for the poor and child education sponsorship are among its many other programs
What We Do
We provide programs and projects for the poor with the aid of our generous partners and donors. These works were strengthened with Values Formation to develop the spiritual lives of our home partners.
Featuring our focus and primary works to ANswer the Cry Of the Poor
Education is one of the major projects of ANCOP aimed to educate the poor children. ANCOP believes that education of the poor child and his family is key to poverty alleviation.
Community Development Program (CDP) is one of the major projects of ANCOP aimed at directly helping the poor by providing them shelter or housing. Beneficiaries are not left to fend for themselves after moving to their new house.
The third program of ANCOP is Calamity and Disaster Response. The program focuses on the victims of the catastrophes and the immediate aid we can provide for them.
Thursday, March 05, 2020
A HUNDRED individuals taking temporary refuge at the Ibaan, Batangas Evacuation Center, after being displaced by the Taal Volcano eruption, signed up for the TVET Training to Employment program, a venture sponsored by CFC ANCOP in partnership with DMCI, the Archdiocese of Lipa and Couples for Christ.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
On January 12, just as everyone was still on the height of celebrating the start of a new decade, 2020 brought us one of its surprises no one expected—the Taal Volcano eruption. On its first day of volcanic activity, it spewed tons of ashes that greatly affected Batangas, and has reached nearby provinces and even parts of Metro Manila. This caused a lot of damage to the homes and livelihood of the residents, displacing thousands of them to different evacuation centers all over Batangas province.
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