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Presented at International Conference of Asian Special Libraries, Manila, 10-12 April 2013

Presented at International Conference of Asian Special Libraries, Manila, 10-12 April 2013

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    • ICoASL III(International Conference of Asian Special Libraries) AGAPP Foundation, Inc. Pinky  Aquino-­‐Abellada 11  April  2013
    • GOALTo  equip  the  poor  Filipino  child  with  the  ammuni>on  to  help  him  in  his  fight  to  escapepoverty  .
    • • Cri>cal  period  for   brain  development• Highest  Dropout  rate   is  between  grades  1-­‐3• Support  for  Govt’s           Kinder  +  12  thrust• Start  things  right!* Philippines and two African countries have the 10 year basic education system
    • WHAT  :  Public  preschools  with  library   AKLAT  (book)A   Classrooms  &  LibraryG   GABAY  (guide) Teacher  trainingA
    • HOW:  Public  Private  Partnership Dep  Ed Donors AGAPP Silid  Pangarap Local  Units** Volunteer* Other  NGOs****  People  Power  Volunteers  who  want  to  see  change  in  the  country**  Dep  Ed,  DSWD,  Local  Gov’t,Community***  Global  Voluntary  Service  (GVS),  ASA,  PBSP,  Children’s  Hour
    • AGAPP  CLASSROOMSCompleted  to  date:  ~500In  ALL  regions!We  expect  to  reach  the  600  mark  by  our  3rd  year,  1  Aug  2013.(1  classroom  every  2  days) AGAPP  TRAININGTeachers  and  School  Heads  Trained  to  date:  800
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Aklat(Classrooms  and  Library)
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Aklat (Classrooms  and  Library)• Provide  books  for  the  K-­‐Grade3  kids• Pre-­‐selected  by  award  winning  educator• Principals  and  Teachers  are  encouraged  to   provide  an  hour  a  week  for  K-­‐Grade3  to  use   library
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Gabay (Teacher  Training)• Stress:  the  most  cri>cal  stage  in  brain   development
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Gabay (Teacher  Training)• Demonstrate:  read  books  to  engage  kids
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Gabay (Teacher  Training)Engaged  kids…
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Gabay (Teacher  Training)• Books  and  Literacy  Extension:  science,  Social   Studies,  Math,  etc…
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  Gabay (Teacher  Training)• Writers  Workshop:  allow  teachers  and  students   to  “publish”  own  stories
    • AGAPP  -­‐-­‐-­‐  ARUGA• Include  toilet  and  sink  -­‐-­‐-­‐  teach  hygienic  habits• Feeding  programs  in  some  schools• Livelihood  programs  in  some  schools
    • How  Can  You  Help• By  Crea>ng  AGAPP  awareness• By  helping  AGAPP  raise  funds• By  being  be  an  AGAPP  volunteer  in  your   province/region  and  help  find  the  needy   schools  where  we  can  build  the  Silid  Pangarap
    • As  of  last  count  (approx.  500  classrooms)….  Annually,  at  least  25,000  needy  Filipino  children  have  a  beder  chance  at  escaping  poverty.
    • JOIN US visit  us  at  www.agapp.com.ph