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Christian Foundation for Children and Aging. Angustia ✪ Ayes ✪ Chan ✪ Co ✪ Garcia ✪ Macapinlac ✪ Tumibay ✪ Vega LEC Group 1 14 March 2011. Brief Overview of Project. Eds ✪ Nina ✪ Merce. Background of the Organization.

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Christian foundation for children and aging

Christian Foundation for Children and Aging

Angustia✪ Ayes ✪ Chan ✪ Co ✪ Garcia ✪Macapinlac✪ Tumibay✪ Vega

LEC Group 1

14 March 2011


Brief overview of project

Brief Overview of Project

Eds✪ Nina ✪ Merce


Background of the organization

Background of the Organization

  • Formerly Serve the Children and Older Persons Foundation (SCOPe)

  • US-based, multi-nation, non-profit organization

  • 5 projects in the Philippines

  • Primary objective:

    • “realize the rights of the children and aged and to promote social responsibility”


Geographic area

Geographic Area


Profile of potential target beneficiaries

Profile of Potential Target Beneficiaries

  • Philippines

    • 41,269 children

    • 5,314 aged beneficiaries

  • Antipolo

    • 6,426 children

    • 1,387 aging beneficiaries

  • Inclusion criteria:

    • At least four kids in the family

    • Parents unable to support education

    • Willingness to participate

    • No community resource

    • Recommendations


Background of the organization1

Background of the Organization

  • Rizal Project

  • Organic organizational structure

  • Area heads and kapitbahayanheads

  • Children programs:

    • Educational sponsorship

    • Service-scholarship


Vision

Vision

A program that assists children in secondary and tertiary schooling to complete their education by means of developing families committed to the creation of a nurturing environment


Mission

Mission

We create opportunities for the parents and children of the community to develop the knowledge and skills in order for them to successfully handle developmental issues specific to the teenage population


Mission1

Mission

We develop the proper values and attitudes of the child and the family necessary for them to achieve the highest possible educational attainment that they are capable of


Mission2

Mission

We believe in understanding the specific problems an adolescent may be experiencing and in addressing these problems through open communication and an accepting attitude


Background of the community

Background of the Community

  • San Clemente, Angono, Rizal (Cluster B)

  • 3 different clusters

  • Presents with highest dropout rate in cluster/area

  • Possible factors:

    • Early employment/marriage

    • Early pregnancy

    • Fraternities


Proposed program

Proposed program


Objectives

Objectives

  • Long-term objective

    • To reduce the increasing drop-out rates among CFCA beneficiaries in San Clemente, Angono via encouraging dynamic participation of families in values formation and behavioral modification activities, and the creation of a community development program that will be self-sustaining and reproducible for future generations of CFCA members


Strategic objectives

Strategic Objectives

  •  To reduce the drop-out rates among

    CFCA beneficiaries aged 13-21 years

    • Secondary level – 48/1023 students by 20%

      by April 2012

    • Tertiary level - 37/178 students by 20%

      by April 2012

    • via workshop seminars aimed at education, values formation, improving psychosocial well-being, and interpersonal relationships


Strategic objectives1

Strategic Objectives

  • To strengthen capability of members

    • To impart knowledge on important issues critical to the biopsychosocial development of the beneficiaries (aged 13-21 years) through workshop seminars, in line with the values espoused by the CFCA.

      • To equip parents with the necessary knowledge and skills regarding the growth and development of their children and how to deal with their adolescents.

    • To provide CFCA family members with the experience and resources to be able to reproduce and convey the imparted skills and knowledge to future generations of CFCA members.


Proposed strategies and programs 2 day convention

Proposed strategies and programs:2-day convention


Proposed strategies and programs 2 day convention1

Proposed strategies and programs:2-day convention


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