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Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Philippines reaffirmed its partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) in delivering better quality education to public schools in the country, particularly in poverty-stricken communities.
Published on 21/12/2017
15th ALS Graduation Ceremony in Davao del Norte in July 3rd.
The Philippine Department of Education’s Alternative Learning System (ALS) celebrated the commencement of its ninth and fifteenth classes of participants on July 3 and 15, 2015.
Published on 01/10/2015
Global Peace Foundation Alternative Learning Systems graduation in Nueva Ecija.
The 2015 “Education for All" national assessment of literacy in the Philippines reported that 12.3 million Filipinos ages 6-24 are not enrolled in school.
Published on 04/08/2015
The “Dakar Framework of Action” issued at the 2000 World Education Forum in Senegal with the commitment of 164 governments asserts that “Education is a fundamental human right.”  The framework launched an ambitious agenda to increase access to basic education for all peoples by 2015, recognizing
Published on 28/07/2015
*The Global Peace Festival was renamed the Global Peace Foundation in November 2012.
Published on 15/12/2014
The Global Peace Foundation Alternative Learning System (GlobALS) was created in 2011 to provide out of school children, youths and adults with an opportunity to continue their education. This initiative has opened pathways to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities.
Published on 23/08/2014
For decades, the southern island of Mindanao in the Philippines, a largely Muslim region, has seen extreme poverty, violence, and political instability.
Published on 07/11/2013
April 30 is an unforgettable day for Chodor Mariano, a bike taxi driver from Navotas City, Philippines. It is the day he received his high school diploma at age 57. He Was Never Able to Receive Proper Education
Published on 08/06/2013
Last year, GPF's Alternative Learning System (GlobALS) held its first commencement exercise on June 12, 2012 at Talipapa National High School, City of Malabon. Thirty-nine students passed the Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Test and 73 people completed the GPF Livelihood Workshop.
Published on 05/03/2013