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  • I. Name: CULTURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM

    II. Site: NORTHVILLE 9

    Iba Oeste, Calumpit, Bulacan

    III. Implementing Organization: KAISA CEAP BULACAN

    IV. Lead Institution: LA CONSOLACION UNIVERSITY PHILIPPINES

    V. Collaborating Schools:V. Collaborating Schools:

    ST. MARYS COLLEGE BALIUAG

    ST. MARYS COLLEGE MEYCAUAYAN

    ST. MARYS ACADEMY HAGONOY

    ASSUMPTA ACADEMY BULACAN

    LA CONSOLACION SHOOL BALAGTAS

    HOLY SPIRIT ACADEMY OF MALOLOS

    ST. PAUL COLLEGE SAN MIGUEL

    ST. PAUL COLLEGE BOCAUE

    ADAMSON UNIVERSITY

  • VI. Components:

    Alternative Night College

    B.S. Entrepreneurship

    B.S. Office Administration

    TESDA Courses

    Values Education

    Skills Training

    Literacy & Numeracy Literacy & Numeracy

    Youth Leadership

    Feeding Program

    Capacity Building for Visioning of the Communitys

    Future

  • VII. La Consolacion University Philippines as Champion University

    for Poverty Alleviation (formerly Regina Carmeli College and

    University of Regina Carmeli)

    1987 birth of the outreach program

    1987 establishment of the Mo. Rita Barcelo Outreach

    Center

    1990 institutionalization of the community extension

    program through the founding and SEC registration of

    the Mo. Rita Barcelo Outreach and Livelihood Corp. the Mo. Rita Barcelo Outreach and Livelihood Corp.

    (MRBOLC)

    Programs/projects of MRBOLC

    Early Childhood Education (Day Care Centers)

    Community Building

    Water and Sanitation (WatSan)

    Adult Night High School

    Livelihood Program

  • Socialized Housing Program (Mo. Rita Homes in

    Bulacan, Zambales and Negros Oriental) with the

    funding assistance from the Committee of

    German Doctors.

    Health & Medical Services through the Plaridel

    Emergency Hospital (now the La Consolacion

    University General Hospital In Plaridel, Bulacan)

    Credit Facility for Small Business

    1999 establishment of the Barasoain Center for

    Innovative Education (BarCIE)

    Alternative Night College a specially designed mode of college education for working non-

    professionals who wish to obtain a degree and

    gain opportunities for self improvement

  • Peoples Learning Center (PLC) a special secondary curriculum for students at risk who

    opted to leave the formal secondary education or

    who cannot be accommodated in the formal

    secondary education due to behavior.

    San Ildefonso Catholic Mission School a secondary school designed for children of farmers

    in Pinaod, San Ildefonso, Bulacan

    MaOC (Masile One Classroom School) a special mission school for children of fisherfolks in Masile, mission school for children of fisherfolks in Masile,

    City of Malolos.

    Graduate Equivalency for Credit Program (GEC) a special graduate program for professionals

    holding supervisory positions for at least 5 years.

    LCUP at San Rafael - a specially designed mode of college education for the youth of San Rafael,

    Bulacan

  • St. Augustine International Institute of Justice and

    Peace (SAIIJP) an institute for the advocacy of

    justice, peace, gender sensitivity, integrity of

    creation

    2003 Social Advocacy through the development of

    the 2-volume Transformative Education Sourcebook

    with emphasis on justice and peace, integrity of

    creation, gender sensitivity, and political issues and creation, gender sensitivity, and political issues and

    concerns in collaboration with CEAP and sponsorship

    of Phoenix Publishing House.

    2006 Tahanang Mapagkalinga ni Madre Rita (TMMR)

    a halfway house for street and abandoned children

  • Instruction Related Extension Service (IRCES)

    service rendered in the community by students in line

    with their field of specialization.

    Awards Received by LCUP

    RCBC-SIKAP NATIONAL AWARD for Most Outstanding Community Development Project

    for the Year 1998

    Best in Community Extension in Region 3 in 2008.2008.

  • SURVEY RESULTS

    Respondents

    Luzon : 11

    NCR : 7

    Visayas : 6

    Mindanao : 5Mindanao : 5

  • A. CURRICULUM

    Integration in all Christian Formation or Living Education, APP,

    TLE, EPP, CAT, Economics

    Social Orientation

    Night High School

    TESDA courses

    CWTS (NSTP 1 & 2

    Development course, Entrepreneurship, Intro. to Agrarian Reform Development course, Entrepreneurship, Intro. to Agrarian Reform

    and Taxation, Business Planning

    Linking development issues important to adopted communities

    with the universitys research, instruction, personnel expertise

    and external resources.

  • B. RESEARCH

    Surveys on commodities, living conditions, overpopulation,

    malnourishment, OFWs, ecotourism, community-based culinary

    tourism

    Researches conducted on the extension program of the

    universities

    Transformative Education Sourcebook and Textbook

    Needs analysis Needs analysis

    Community visits and consultations

  • C. CAMPUS PRACTICES & STRUCTURE

    Fund for student assistants, scholarship grants to poor but

    deserving students

    Preservation of school properties, waste management

    Simple lifestyle/SAPAT Principles

    Augustinian values

    Service learning (activities based on the specialization of the

    college/department)college/department)

    Monthly and monetary offerings/donations

    Outreach, immersions, medical missions, relief operations

  • D. PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES

    Collaborations with local government units and agencies

    Outreach programs, feeding program, vocational/livelihood

    training, disaster relief

    Scholarship programs

    Farm school

    Gift giving on Christmas, fund raising

    Pondo ng Pinoy

    Peace month, symposia, seminar-workshop on self-reliance Peace month, symposia, seminar-workshop on self-reliance

    Observation of justice and peace in the campus

  • E. SCHOOL POLICIES

    Pro-poor, direct service to the poor, poverty alleviation through

    students clubs

    Promotion of Augustinian culture of commitment in charity,

    action and contemplation, diffusion of Augustinian love to those

    who have less

    Open admission

    Ethics of Enough live simply so that others may simply live Ethics of Enough live simply so that others may simply live

    Use of indigenous materials

    Faculty exposure to informal settlers

    Policy on sensible spending

  • F. ADVOCACY

    Development of program on values formation

    Reduction of junk food

    Paulinians for God and others

    Stewardship of creation, community service

    Equal opportunity to education, night high school, Saturday

    school

    Uplift the economic status of people inside and outside the Uplift the economic status of people inside and outside the

    campus

    Simplicity, truth, justice, peace and integrity of creation, women

    Pondo ng Bayan, Alay Kapwa

  • G. OUTREACH/COMMUNITY EXTENSION

    Livelihood training in adopted barangays

    Integrated community building program, alternative-innovative

    education programs, social advocacy

    Partnership with government and non-government agencies

    Gift-giving, solicitation and distribution of funds to indigents,

    Socialized housing program

    School of the deaf School of the deaf

    Participation in Gawad Kalinga

    Agri-based training activities

    Medical missions, feeding program

    Bahaginan, livelihood projects

    Training on cooperativism

    Donation during calamities

    Alay Pasko

  • H. OTHERS

    Educational grants

    Resource mobilization, advocacy and nerworking

    Study now pay later

    Skills training for OSY

    Parents council livelihood program

  • OBSERVATIONS:

    Some schools did not answer all items in the survey

    Some outreach programs are mere activities, some are seasonal

    activities (e.g., Christmas gift-giving, etc)

    Some activities are mere dole-outs which will make the people

    more dependent.

    There is a need to establish a holistic poverty alleviation program

    that would enable the partner communities to become self-reliant

    and self-determining. and self-determining.

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