<ul><li>7107 islands </li></ul><ul><li>87 million people </li></ul><ul><li>50% under 18 years old </li></ul><ul><li>We wor...
Rice is eaten 3 times a day… …  if you have the money to eat 3 times a day
2000 year old rice terraces,  northern Philippines.
Obstacles to Development <ul><li>The Philippines suffers more natural disasters than any other country. </li></ul>
Typhoons average 36 a year
More than 200 Volcanoes Road washed away, this town no longer exists
Earthquakes This one killed almost 2,000 and made 150,000 homeless
POVERTY Babies milk made from rice water
Payatas Rubbish Dump Over 30,000 people “make a living” here.  This picture shows less than half the site.
Children working on the dump.
5 million child laborers
If the dump were closed, 30,000 people would become unemployed. The people have no Social Security.
Condemned hotdogs Recycling by collecting: Plastic Paper Metal Glass and   food .
HOME
 
 
Papaya Academy Established 2003 Funded by Kalinga Foundation,  The Netherlands
The school house
The school bus (jeepney)
Flag ceremony
Singing…
and learning…
… instead of working on the dump.
 
What's next? The Papaya Partnerships
Grade 5 Livelihood Project Helping parents at Papaya establish new businesses.
Making crafts to sell.
Sharing knowledge.
The final products.
Grade 4 Heroes Project Sharing learning and taking pride in Filipino achievement.
Speaking, listening... and wondering.
Improving our surroundings.
Grade 3 Literacy Project Building English language skills and proficiency.
Grade 1 Friendship Day Recognizing  commonalities across cultural differences.
Stating intentions
Developing practice
Improving resources
Building bridges
Changing lives
Doing it together!
With Special Thanks to: Students, Parents and Faculty of Papaya Academy and ISM Craig Burrows, CBE Aafke Rienmeijer Music:...
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ISM collaboration with Papaya Academy

  1. 1. <ul><li>7107 islands </li></ul><ul><li>87 million people </li></ul><ul><li>50% under 18 years old </li></ul><ul><li>We work in Manila - a city of 15 million people </li></ul>The Philippines
  2. 2. Rice is eaten 3 times a day… … if you have the money to eat 3 times a day
  3. 3. 2000 year old rice terraces, northern Philippines.
  4. 4. Obstacles to Development <ul><li>The Philippines suffers more natural disasters than any other country. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Typhoons average 36 a year
  6. 6. More than 200 Volcanoes Road washed away, this town no longer exists
  7. 7. Earthquakes This one killed almost 2,000 and made 150,000 homeless
  8. 8. POVERTY Babies milk made from rice water
  9. 9. Payatas Rubbish Dump Over 30,000 people “make a living” here. This picture shows less than half the site.
  10. 10. Children working on the dump.
  11. 11. 5 million child laborers
  12. 12. If the dump were closed, 30,000 people would become unemployed. The people have no Social Security.
  13. 13. Condemned hotdogs Recycling by collecting: Plastic Paper Metal Glass and food .
  14. 14. HOME
  15. 17. Papaya Academy Established 2003 Funded by Kalinga Foundation, The Netherlands
  16. 18. The school house
  17. 19. The school bus (jeepney)
  18. 20. Flag ceremony
  19. 21. Singing…
  20. 22. and learning…
  21. 23. … instead of working on the dump.
  22. 25. What's next? The Papaya Partnerships
  23. 26. Grade 5 Livelihood Project Helping parents at Papaya establish new businesses.
  24. 27. Making crafts to sell.
  25. 28. Sharing knowledge.
  26. 29. The final products.
  27. 30. Grade 4 Heroes Project Sharing learning and taking pride in Filipino achievement.
  28. 31. Speaking, listening... and wondering.
  29. 32. Improving our surroundings.
  30. 33. Grade 3 Literacy Project Building English language skills and proficiency.
  31. 34. Grade 1 Friendship Day Recognizing commonalities across cultural differences.
  32. 35. Stating intentions
  33. 36. Developing practice
  34. 37. Improving resources
  35. 38. Building bridges
  36. 39. Changing lives
  37. 40. Doing it together!
  38. 41. With Special Thanks to: Students, Parents and Faculty of Papaya Academy and ISM Craig Burrows, CBE Aafke Rienmeijer Music: “ So Here We Are” By Bloc Party © 2005

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