In February 2014, following the Typhoon Haiyan that hit the people of the Philippines, devastating several areas of the Philippines, the Kingdom of Bahrain took the initiative to provide humanitarian support and development assistance to contribute to the re-development of the country. Not only that, but the Kingdom of Bahrain provided urgent relief aid for the victims of the hurricane which consisted of the following:
The Royal Charity Organization opened two vocational training centers in Tacloban and Subic in the Philippines. The centers serve more than 348,000 people. Each center has administrative offices, 4 classrooms and 4 training workshops for electricity, plumbing, construction and carpentry, and each center accommodates about 250 students. Training is provided at a high level of proficiency and professionalism at the centers that aim at graduating expert labors to meet the needs and requirements of the labor market in the Philippines, and that is based on the studies and recommendations of the TESDA Office of the President of the Philippines, which is concerned with the study and development of plans for the needs of the labor market in the country of professional specialties in all regions of the Philippines and other countries.