The TPEF formulated its five-year (2017 to 2021) Strategic Plan at the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) in Silang, Cavite on November 4 to 6, 2016. The strategic planning, with theme entitled “Sowing the Seeds of Learning,” presented the foundation’s accomplishment over the last four years, with breakthroughs and initiatives that brought positive results at the organization, programs, partner-rural schools and its scholars.
A vital event for the education foundation, the strategic planning workshops discussed institutional sustainability and fine-tuning and integration of its three programs, namely the scholarship grant program, scholars’ development program and other social development initiatives. Another equally important discussion was a review of TPEF’s vision and mission and formulation of new goals.
Scholar presents the group’s output for the programs’ objectives, success indicators and main activities for five years during the plenary
The participating scholars saw the need for the establishment and formation of TPEF scholars’ alumni association, which, based on initial talks, hopes to engage also in development efforts and other assistance to co-scholars. Based on their plan, its launching will be held during the General Assembly and Learning Summit of TPEF scholars on April 28 to May 1, 2017.
Mr. Alfonso L. Abugado, a Senior Education Program Specialist from the Department of Education, Region 4-A, discussed the K-12 Curriculum or Enhanced Basic Education Program, providing the participants a clearer understanding of its implementation and in the context of the foundation’s college scholarship grant program.
Dep Ed, Region 4-A Senior Education Program Specialist Alfonso Abugado explains the K-12 program and the need for partnerships with private groups and non-government organizations
The Strategic Planning was participated by 13 individuals—two TPEF staff, three Board of Trustees namely Jytte Hollender, Cris Julaton and Mike Rogado, and eight scholars representing different year levels—Arvie Rose Habay Habay, with Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering course and Michael Angelo Calipayan, with Secondary Education major in MAPEH course, graduates, Elma Lyn Paulines, Elementary Education student, Oldarito Naza Jr., Agriculture Education student and Shekina Loraine Viloria, Accountancy student, fourth year college scholars, Jill Loraine Laniog, Medical Technology student and Dindo Petallo, an Education student, third year college scholars, and Ronaly Andanan, with Elementary Education course and second year college scholar. Marte Rodriguez, an OD specialist and a community development trainor, facilitated the assessment and planning event.
Participants of the 2nd TPEF Strategic Planning for 2017 to 2021