” We cannot look back on the past year without talking about the long-awaited end of a health crisis that has brought the country to a standstill for two long years. The consequences of this global slump are numerous : misery amplified by the economic crisis, the multiplication of abuses, aftermath of prolonged and senseless lockdowns, the huge deschooling of young people in the Philippines.
The sanitary earthquake was terrible, but the aftershocks are even more devastating.
ANAK-Tnk is at the forefront. Unfortunately, the end of a health crisis does not mean respite, quite the contrary.
It is therefore a question of being ready, of not relaxing any effort and of being on the lookout to best respond to the needs that will arise, to the poor who will come knocking at the door of the foundation. ”
Rev. Father Matthieu Dauchez, TNK executive director in Manila.