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International Social Services Philippines (ISSP) – PDO

International Social Service Philippines (ISSP)
304-A J.P. Rizal St., Barangay Namayan, Mandaluyong City
Sr. Flor Pauline Duran, Carm.O.L
(02) 8532-7149
ISSP journey came in rough and unpaved road, winding and stiff just like those who come to us. Meeting people in desolation, loneliness, broken hearted, people with hostility, hatred and fear were emotion-draining and tear-laden as we listened to their experiences beside the material inadequacies. How did we respond to them? How did we reach out to them – either inter country cases or local? Were we generous in terms of time, talent, treasure? How did we manage when the cry was physical, psychological, emotional, hunger, fatigue, ailments, shelter, separation, loss injustice, disaster?

International Social Service Philippines, (ISSP) Inc. is a voluntary organization with no political, racial, religious or national prejudice. It assists individuals and their families with personal, psychological, and welfare problems requiring inter-country cooperation and of the local agencies intervention.


A proactive, responsive and sustainable people-oriented, non-government organization wholly committed to work for the welfare of abused OFWs/migrants, children of mixed marriages, woman-victims of human trafficking and other social inequities.


Accordingly, we commit ourselves to pursue our corporate mission as follows:
1. Develop and implement programs and services for the benefit of labor migrants, children-subject of conflicts with the law. Women and children-victims of human trafficking, and expatriates in difficult situations
2. Promote national public awareness on prevailing social issues and concerns that require collective public-private response through sustained advocacy and action-tracking.
3. Initiate enduring partnerships with local and international organizations to collectively address social issues and to evolve programs and services to curtail social injustices.
4. Develop and submit project proposals as may be required by donor agencies and partner organization to provide meaningful solutions to emerging local and global problems that impact on the social fiber of humanity.
5. Initiate study and research on appropriate programs and applicable technologies that optimize social actions and interventions.
6. Conduct training and seminars designed to upgrade the skills and competencies of ISSP staff, volunteers and partners in service.


Be a heart to life for others now…


1. Children Nourishment Program
2. Alternative Elderly Care Program
3. Youth Values Formation
4. Victims of Human Trafficking
5. Cases of Child Custody