Young learners’ progress evaluated

October 20, 2018 // Leave a Comment

An assessment was conducted for early young learners in two barangays in Bubong municipality to measure their progress in reading, comprehension, and cognitive retention of transmitted knowledge. The assessment, done through tests and creative arts, intended to gather empirical developments of the child’s cognitive, language, social-emotional, and approaches to learning. It also helps identify children who may need additional support and likewise help educators plan her instruction to ensure that no one is left behind in the learning process. It will also provide a common ground among educators and parents to collaborate on strategies to support their child’s learning pace.…

High school admins, ulamah create network vs violent extremism

October 20, 2018 // Leave a Comment

Fourteen school administrators and representatives convene in a conference which aimed at establishing Early Response Network to address emerging tendency of youths to embrace violent extremism. These school officials came from various national high school in Lanao del Sur. They discussed some measures that could possibly prevent violent extremism and formulated some guidelines regarding youths’ participation in activities which propagate extremist tendencies. A separate session of similar process and intent was also conducted with religious leaders on April 25, 2018. The conferences were inspired on Building Conflict-Resilient Communities and Development Initiatives in Muslim Mindanao (CORE-CODE) and was supported by International Alert (IA).…

Evacuees receive cash, livelihood assistance

October 20, 2018 // Leave a Comment

Evacuees from Marawi city received livelihood and cash assistance from Lutheran World Relief (LWR) in collaboration with Maradeca Inc. to immediately address basic needs while in a state of displacement. These beneficiaries are evacuees who opted to settle in the towns of Poona Bayanao, Buadi Puso Buntong, Ramain, Bubong, and in conflict-free zone of Marawi city. Beneficiaries have attended series of meetings and training with LWR to discuss market feasibility on identified livelihood opportunities and to identify appropriate measures that could sustain livelihood. They were likewise profiled and validated. Recipients  were also oriented on the policies, systems, and procedures in releasing their respective…