In the 1970s, Peace Corps Philippines focused on Social and Economic Development in rural areas. Volunteers worked in health and nutrition, appropriate technology, water sanitation, agricultural extension, marketing cooperatives, fisheries, income generation, agro-forestry, upland community development, vocational education, special education of the deaf, local development planning, and small business development. From the mid-1980s until 1990, Volunteers were assigned to high schools as teacher trainers. Simultaneously other Volunteers had assignments in health, agriculture, fisheries, agro-forestry, income generation, and local development planning.
At present, Peace Corps supports the development of the Philippines in four areas : Education; Children, Youth and Family; Coastal Resource Management; and Disaster Management. Peace Corps Volunteers are engaged in English co-teaching, life-skills education, basic literacy activities, coastal resource assessments, marine protected area establishment, supporting system and process development for effective disaster management.
Peace Corps Philippines is the organization’s second oldest program. In October 1961, 130 Volunteers started assignments as teachers of English language, mathematics, and science. Since then, more than 8,000 Volunteers have served in the Philippines.
Invitation to Bid
Request for quotation: Training Facility for U.S. Peace Corps Events
Deadline: January 15, 2013
Tel. No. (+632) 833-6420
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