Programs and Services

I. BSS ( Basic Social Services)
This program component seeks to link the community to community members and their groups to sources of basic social services. Areas of assistance include health nutrition, environmental sanitation, medical and dental, cultural and educational services.

A. Health and Wellness

    1. Malunggay Ko, Tatapon Ko
    2. Healthy Food; Healthy Me
    3. Medical and Dental Mission
    4. Paramedics
    5. Food for the soul

B. Environment and Sanitation

    1. Matinlo nga ginawi, Bugal sang kabuhi
    2. Katalagman Likawan
    3. Greening
    4. Water System Installation

C. Educational Assistance

    1. Nanay Ko, Titser Ko
    2. Istorya sa Karosa

D. TILIPUNAN Brotherhood

II. ACES (Alternative Community Educational Services)
This program component aims to provide community members with vocational and technical skills necessary to productivity and income; and life skills which are important in the promotion of family life and strengthening of Christian Values system.

A. Family Life Development

    1. Responsible Parenthood
    2. Re-parenting
    3. Campaign on Convention on the Rights of the Children
    4. Campaign for Violence Against Men and Women

B. Life Skills

    1. Women and Men Empowerment
    2. Mapag-on nga Pamilya; Pundasyon sang Banwa

bi. Holistic Development for Community

bii. Awareness of Family Communication

c. Values Formation

C. Tech– Voc

    1. Business Plan
    2. Simple Bookkeeping
    3. Food and Service and Culinary Skills

III. MEDS ( Microenterprise Development Services)
The development of the capabilities of program participants and groups to micro enterprise includes the identification, development and management of micro enterprise projects complemented by organizational building, cooperative development and appropriate technological assistance and linkage-building assistance.

An initial community-driven activity for MEDS is the operations of the TILIPUNAN Livelihood Center, thru the TILIPUNAN Tiyangge. During the TILIPUNAN Tiyangge, community members are given venue in the University during special occasions to sell their products.

A. Livelihood Programs

    1. Meat, Fish, Fruit and Vegetable Processing
    2. Alternative Income Generating Activity
    3. Cooperative Development
    4. Craft making
    5. Ukay-ukay

ei. Campaign for old clothes
eii. Ukay-ukay Sale

B. Special Projects

  1. Educational Research Development Assistance (ERDA)
  2. Busog, Lusog, Talino (BLT) Feeding program
  3. Funded Projects

 

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