All children deserve quality education. As of 2010, there were 375,952 recorded school-age children with disabilities in the Philippines, the National Census showed. However, only 1 in every 3 of these children is in school.
For children with disabilities, schools are often physically inaccessible or unable to cater to their needs. In fact, only less than 3% of Filipino children with disabilities has access to education.
Our KASALI program provides inclusive basic education for children with disabilities, ensuring protection from abuse and discrimination.
Meanwhile, our Adolescent Learning programs allow the Filipino youth to develop skills and resilience. By honing their vocational and entrepreneurial skills, we're providing them opportunities for a more productive future.