Aral Pinoy (Education Philippines) project will keep in school these 34 high school and 16 college deserving youths from economically disadvantaged families in Batangas, Southern Luzon by providing them free meals and transportation allowance for six months to earn their high school and college diplomas.
Financial reason is a major cause among school dropouts who are leaving school prior to graduation. Despite the fact that public education in the Philippines is 100% free, these 50 disadvantaged yet deserving students will soon leave school. Although they have only six months left before completing their education, their parents lack the financial means to provide their daily meal and transportation allowance.
This project ensures the 50 disadvantaged but deserving students stay in school by providing them free meal and transportation allowance for six months until they complete their education.
Through quality EDUCATION, life-giving RELATIONSHIPS and being true FILIPINO, this project ensures that the 50 disadvantaged but deserving youths complete their studies successfully. After graduation, these children of farmers and non-wage earners from Batangas will be better prepared for life. First, the 34 students proceed from high school to college. Second, the 16 college graduates will find a job and provide financial support for their parents.