Aral Pinoy (Education Philippines) project will keep in school these 100 needy children from economically disadvantaged families in CWI Community, Dona Soledad Ave, Paranaque by providing them free meals, school supplies and transportation allowance for four months.
Despite the fact that public education in the Philippines is 100% free, these 100 needy children will soon leave school. Financial problem is a major cause among school dropouts who are leaving school prior to completing primary education. Although there are only four months left before the school year ends, their parents have no financial means to sustain their daily meals, learning materials and transport fares.
This project ensures the 100 needy children stay in school by providing them free meals, school supplies and transportation allowance for four months until the school year ends this March, 2014.
Through quality EDUCATION, life-giving RELATIONSHIPS and being true FILIPINO, this project ensures that the 100 needy children stay in school and complete their primary education successfully. These children of non wage earners and jobless parents from Paranaque will be better prepared to proceed to high school and hopefully to college. An opportunity to complete secondary school will already help them find a job and provide financial support for their parents.