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He offers Filipino youth an alternative to street gangs through education, recreating school settings in unconventional locations such as cemeteries and trash dumps. Dynamic Teen Company started as a friendship club of around 20 members, with an aim of providing youth awareness projects, talent and self-development activities, and community services. They eventually pioneered the idea of the "pushcart classroom", wherein pushcarts were stocked with school materials such as books, pens, tables, and chairs, and then used on Saturdays to recreate school settings in unconventional locations such as the cemetery or trash dump. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved
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He said 90 percent of his prize will go to his group while 10 percent will be donated to his church. For him, seeing the smiles of the children who rush to meet him when they see his pushcart is enough reward for his efforts. He said the real heroes are the 10, volunteers of Kariton Klassroom who are now helping in educating more than 1, kids in depressed areas in Cavite. The Order of Lakandula, one of the highest honors given by the Republic of the Philippines, is conferred on those who dedicate themselves to the welfare of society, perform meritorious political and civic service, and lead lives worthy of emulation. On Oct.
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Click here to switch to TIGed. About Us For Educators. Click here to switch to TIGweb. Professional Development. The initial group made up of around 20 members started as a friendship club which aimed to divert the attention of students from joining violent gangs and notorious fraternities that were thriving on the campus.
Amadeo, Cavite—Soon, some poor students in Cavite province will have a learning facility and a home they can call their own. Rising in a serene and laid-back neighborhood in Barangay Halang in this coffee-producing town is the two-story Ecodemya, an environment-friendly school run by the nongovernment Dynamic Teen Company DTC. The group aims to keep children off the streets by encouraging them to return to school. In February , the DTC partnered with Australian insurance company QBE as its educational program expanded to include high school dropouts and supported students through college.
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