2015 Annual Report

Our Values

Education

We implement projects that support and improve the quality of education in schools of its host communities.

  • FG Hydro installed Knowledge Channel as a supplementary education material in two schools in Jabonga, Agusan del Norte. Knowledge Channel is an educational television program, which was installed in six schools by FG Hydro and five other schools by FGen Puyo and FGen Bubunawan, in previous years
  • First Gen supports 147 students in Batangas and Pantabangan by giving them monthly educational incentives which include tuition subsidies and other school fees to help complete their primary education. To support the transition into the K+12 Program, 27 teachers were also trained in the K+12 approach to curriculum and teaching. An investment was also made in potential community leaders through Values Formation training given to 32 high school students
  • 661 students were also enrolled in an in-school feeding program, which aimed to combat student malnutrition, one of the primary causes of low ┬ástudent engagement in classrooms. Finally, 15,414 students and 355 teachers were given school and teaching supplies in host schools in Batangas, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Aurora, Bukidnon, and Agusan del Norte.

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Education

We implement projects that support and improve the quality of education in schools of its host communities.

  • FG Hydro installed Knowledge Channel as a supplementary education material in two schools in Jabonga, Agusan del Norte. Knowledge Channel is an educational television program, which was installed in six schools by FG Hydro and five other schools by FGen Puyo and FGen Bubunawan, in previous years
  • First Gen supports 147 students in Batangas and Pantabangan by giving them monthly educational incentives which include tuition subsidies and other school fees to help complete their primary education. To support the transition into the K+12 Program, 27 teachers were also trained in the K+12 approach to curriculum and teaching. An investment was also made in potential community leaders through Values Formation training given to 32 high school students
  • 661 students were also enrolled in an in-school feeding program, which aimed to combat student malnutrition, one of the primary causes of low ┬ástudent engagement in classrooms. Finally, 15,414 students and 355 teachers were given school and teaching supplies in host schools in Batangas, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya, Aurora, Bukidnon, and Agusan del Norte.

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