Schools are closed due to COVID-19. Donate to Project ARAL to help poor children continue to learn at home.
Project ARAL (Access to Resources for Alternative Learning) aims to help 16,000 children from poor communities in Caloocan, Malabon, and Navotas continue learning amid the pandemic by providing them access to learning methods in online/ digital and broadcast platforms. Together with their parents and guardians, children will also learn important information on health and nutrition, as well as psychosocial support.
Project ARAL will provide children and their families with Basic Learning Kits for children, consisting of essential writing and art materials (including a box of crayons, two sets of pencils with sharpener and eraser, a pack of bond paper, a pack of colored paper, and an expanding envelope bag), as well as age-appropriate books (including books for children aged 3-5, 6-9, and 10-12), depending on the age of the child receiving the kit, and smartphones to access digital educational materials.
With your help and support, Project ARAL can expand to other urban communities and we can all help more children uphold their basic right to education.
Buys two children one Basic Learning Kit each (writing and art materials), age-appropriate books, and smartphones to access digital educational materials.
Buys three children one Basic Learning Kit each (containing writing and art supplies), as well as age-appropriate books.
Buys three children one Basic Learning Kit each (containing writing supplies and art materials)
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