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GIEDLTV 11 FILIPINAS Cebu City SOCI/EDU 01/08/2017 28/02/2018

GIEDLTV 11

BP Cebu Foundation Inc.

TYPE: SOCI/EDU   PERIOD: August & February

ADDRESS: 48 Sindulan St. Mabolo, Cebu City

AIMS OF THE PROJECT: Bukas Palad aims to form and develop the human person of his potentials that he may become productive in the family and community, capable of transforming the lives of others and building communities that witness universal brotherhood.

PROJECT ACTIVITIES
Programs
Support at a Distance
BP Learning Center for Kids
Human and Spiritual Formation
Services
Sewing
Bakery
Mini-store
Natural Family Planning
Projects
Housing
Community Development

ORGANIZATION/ COMMUNITY CONTEXT
BPCFI establishes, maintains, and operates as agency primarily for the marginalized and less privileged families of Mabolo, Cebu City. For the past several years, members and families of BPCFI have grown in numbers. Some migrated to different places in Cebu, while the houses of some of the families were demolished and thus they were forced to transfer to other places. In spite of these obstacles, the relationship between these families and BPCFI stood firm through communication, especially through home and school visitation.
At the start, BPCFI operated in the sitios and barangays of Cebu City, specifically Barangay Mabolo. As the years went by, its work spread to different municipalities of Cebu and the different islands of the Visayas region. However, the bulk of its beneficiaries still come from Mabolo.
The beneficiaries of BPCFI are mainly children and youth from age 3 to 24 belonging to underprivileged and under-served communities and families. These children and youth are part of the BPCFI Educational Programs, and about 85 percent are given support through the Support at a Distance Program (SAAD).
In recent years BPCFI expanded its services to cater to a wider range of clientele that covers not only those children and youth who are part of the SAAD Program. BPCFI, through its services, reached out to the parents of the children and youth and their communities, providing some health services and skills training services.

VOLUNTEER’S REQUIREMENTS
 Can teach basic computer skills in msoffice and others and provide his/her own course outline and materials for teaching.
 Can teach English language and provide his/her own course outline and materials for teaching.
 Can adjust to different types of works and work situation.
 Flexible and can adjust to any environment.
 Creative and contributes ideas.

VOLUNTEER’S TASKS
 Assist the development of basic computer education, information/database management and other Microsoft operating system to local staff and student beneficiaries of BPCFI. e.g. Give 1 to 2 hours daily computer lessons.
 Assist in the development of website, social media and other advocacy materials and tools to promote the programs and projects of the Organization
 Give 1 to 2 hours daily English lessons. Lessons will be open to the student beneficiaries of BPCFI
 Assist staff in letter and report writing.
 Be ready for any other program related task that may be assigned to him or her

HOST SITUATION: Live in a host family (expect to have a shared room with host sister or brother)

NOTE: LTV 6 months program cost is Euro 1,800. LTV 12 months cost is Euro 3,000.00. We strictly observe the start of LTV program during the months of August and February only to follow the full program.