For the School Year 2015 – 2016, there are thirty-seven (37) street children beneficiaries of the Educational Assistance Program (EAP). Below is the breakdown of EAP beneficiaries according to grade/ year level:
Elementary – 7 street children
High School – 19 street children
College – 11 street children
One (1) of the EAP beneficiaries, had finished his 2-year course of Industrial Skills Training Program under Technical Vocational Education and Training Center at Don Bosco Technical Institute. He also finished his On-the-Job Training (OJT) at Subic Drydock Corporation last June 2015. At the moment, the child is attending Basic Safety Training and complete all the requirements for his OJT as a seafarer.
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