FPIP continues to drive education initiatives in host and adopted communities
Despite limited mobility and challenges in organizing efforts, FPIP was still able to implement several education programs that benefitted at least 11, 400 students in the school year 2021-2022. With the support of nine locators, FPIP donated 357 reams of bond papers to nine public elementary schools in the City of Sto. Tomas and Tanauan. A risograph machine was also donated to Tanauan City Integrate High School. These are expected to benefit 7, 237 students and 3, 780 students respectively in the production of learning materials.
FPIP’s Scholastic Excellence through Empowerment and Development Support (SEEDS) Project welcomed 3 new scholars in addition to its 16 active scholars and is expecting to congratulate 7 new graduates in the school year 2021-2022. To date, the SEEDS project has helped a total of 74 students graduate from varied courses, such as Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Science, Psychology, Behavioral Science, and Accountancy. 30% or 22 of the alumni are currently working with FPIP Locators.