The Paghilom Program
Vision: Re-create and empower lives of the wounded and victims
Mission: Enable widows, orphans, family members and communities of extrajudicial killing (EJK) victims to reach their full potential and facilitate more effective interaction with the larger social environment. Specifically, help the families of EJK victims in healing and rebuilding their lives.
To restore the well-being, dignity and peace of the survivors of EJK victims to the fullest extent possible, PagHILOM shall:
- provide a holistic program for the spiritual, physical, social, and psychological healing and development of the families of EJK Victims
- form a network/sector of EJK families and communities
- empower them to recover their sense of wellbeing and become contributing members of the community
- develop interventions based on the different identified needs of individual
- Comprehensive continuum of care
- Confidentiality and right to privacy
- Appropriateness of treatment and care
- Informed consent
- Participation and self-determination
- Respect for and protection of human rights
- Holistic organization and Community empowerment
Program PagHILOM is an integrated, holistic program that aims to help the widows and orphans of EJK victims rebuild and re-create their lives. This is in line with our broader organizational goal of “a society where nobody is left behind and the dignity of all people are upheld, respected, secured and celebrated.” As extrajudicial killings continue, PagHILOM reaches out to more victim survivors in partnership with other human rights groups that address their psycho-spiritual, legal, and economic needs.