Local Government Units (LGU)

This module shows information on literacy available in the LGUs such as the presence of local Literacy Coordinating Councils (LCCs)/Literacy Implementing Units (LIUs), literacy rate, literacy mapping, literacy programs, and literacy policies.

  • Highly Urbanized Cities
  • Component Cities / Independent Component Cities
  • 1st to 3rd Class Municipalities
  • 4th to 6th Class Municipalities

Name
of LGU
RegionName of Local Chief ExecutiveLiteracy Programs ImplementedYear/s ImplementedLiteracy Program Description/AccomplishmentsNumber of BeneficiariesLiteracy RateLiteracy Mapping ResultsPresence of Local LCCProgram Funding SourceAmountRemarks
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIA& E ELEM/SEC1998The ALS Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Assessment and Certification is a process that comprises exam and other appropriate assessments to measure the competencies acquired by ALS learners based on the ALS K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum ( BEC)98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 5,000.000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIBasic Literacy Program1998Basic Literacy Program(BLP) is an intensive community-based training for illiterate out-of-school youth and adults who are willing to learn basic skills98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IILiteracy and Livelihood1998This program caters to the out-of-school youth,unemployed,single parents or anyone interested from the community regardless of race, gender and status to help them gain knowledge in literacy and acquire basic livelihood skills to augment their financial stability.
98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Butuan ALS Barangayan & Festival Talents (BABFOT)2015-2018This program aims to strengthen the partnership between LGU and DepEd and alsoto present the ALS update and to showcase the remarkable skills and talents of th ALS98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 290.000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.ALS Caravan2016-2018This program aims to increase ther awareness of the people with regards to the objectives and benefits of ALS.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 50,000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.ALS Moving-up and Completion Ceremony2014-2016After Passing the Accreditation & Equivalency Test conducted by the Bureau of Educational Assesment (BEA), the Q & E passers had their graduation and completion 98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Community Learning Center2014This program serves as a community hub where students, families, and the community learn. It is where educators conducts classes and InFEd programs.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayBarangay Fund
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.IP Education Project2010It is an ALS project that addresses the immediate needs, interests, and aspirations of the indigenous people. It has become the gatewayby which economically and socially marginalized people can lift themselves out of poverty and obtain the means to particiapate fully in their communities.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Balangay Klasrum2017This program is most practicable for the Butuanons, as they get to decide the pace of their learning, depending on their preferred schedule, which they find most convenient.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIALS Skills Enhancement Training1998The training is deemed neessarfy in the implementation of the skills training program for the country's out-of-school-youths and adults. Und this project, the community-98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIAccreditation & quivalency/Basic Literacy (Street Children)1998This program addresses the concern of the city in extending help and provide better opportunities for street children.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Accreditation & quivalency/Basic Literacy (Eskwelahan sa Libingan )2014This program designed for the Out-of-school-youths (OSYs) living inside the compound of the cementery together with their families. Instead of studying, they are working in the cemetery to earn living. An integration of basic education and livelihood skills - massage theraphy. 98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIAccreditation & quivalency/Basic Literacy (Eskwelahan sa Libingan )1998A government initiated-program which aims to reach out OSC, OSY, and adults in the palengke or market who did not complete their education which is due to financial 98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Project LiPAD2017Otherwise known as Literacy Paglaum sa Adsensadong Dakbayan which is the LGU's flagship program on functional literacy in partnership with the different stakeholders in education. At prsent, the program features two (2) notable programs namely, Financial literacy and Digital Literacy.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF/CELSO
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Digital Literacy2018Digital Literacy para sa ALS Learners is 3-day Digital Tarining aimed raising literacyamong the participants, making them digitally enabled and empowered.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF/CELSO
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Financial Literacy2018It aims to promote financial and economic empowerment , i.e. maximizing the economic potential of different sectors, anmely, farmers, senior citizens, indigenous peoples, market vendors, and Sari-sari store owners. Thia programs ensures that the d ifferent group of learners are and organizatins had deeper understanding on finacial management.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF/CELSO
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Project MoRE (Mobile Reding Enhancement)2018It aims to to reach Grades 1-3 pupils situated In Far-flung barangays in th city who are classified as non-readers or who belong to the frustration level under the standards of DepEd.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayLSB FundPhp 35,000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.BLT (Busog Lusog Talino) Kitchen Program2018A program of the Jollibee Foundation which seeks to address malnutrition among public elementary school pupils which is believed to be a factor that hampers their education and learning.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayLGU -Butuan, CELSO and Jollibbe Foundation and some stakeholder groupsPhp 3, 784.864
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Butuanons spaeak: Butuan City's First Student Leaders's Summit2017A program which seeks to empower the student leaders of the city which is in partnership with DepEd.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayCELSO
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IICity Scholarship Program1998The program considers as a priority pooe yet deserving Butuanon students who are willing to pursue tertiaty education.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayMayor's Special FundPhp 2,000.000
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Search for the Outstanding Butuanon Pupils and Students2016the search was inspired by the Search of the Ten Outstanding Studenst of the Philippines and the Search for the Outstanding Students of Caraga which aims to recognize the exeptional performance of Butaunon pupils and studenst in Elementary, Junior High School, and Senior High School, who have demonstarted exellence not only in academics but also in extr-curricluar activities, leadership, and community service.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayMayor's Special Fund
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IISports Programs1998This program affirms the LGU's commitment to eduction, health, and youth developemnty through sports. It includes the divison meet with sn expenditure of 2,275.500M in 2015, 942,750K in 2016, 282K in 2017, the regional meet with an expenditure of 2,087,643.76M in 2015, 7,266,618.76 in 2016 and 5,086,925M in 2017; and the Palarong Pambansa with an expenditure budget of 1,423.000 in 2016.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 13,000.000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Reading Festival2016It aims to promote love of reading among pupils and students in all schools in the city. This is one of the important priority of LGU as it concerns the most important macro-skill which every learner must possess.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Gawad Galing at Talino2016The event is not only a celebration of students' "galing" at "talino", but also a crucial role of parents teachers, and barangay LGUs in the achievements of students.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF and Mayor's Special FundPhp 305,000.00 (Cash Incentives) and Php 127,500.00 (medals and plaques)
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Ferdinand D. Amante, Jr.Butuan City Learning Resource Centers2016Serve as the main facility for the reproduction of learning resources prepared by the Department of Education or any other institution which will be used by the pupils and students of Butuan City.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangayLGU FundPhp 3,000.000

Name
of LGU
RegionName of Local Chief ExecutiveLiteracy Programs ImplementedYear/s ImplementedLiteracy Program Description/AccomplishmentsNumber of BeneficiariesLiteracy RateLiteracy Mapping ResultsPresence of Local LCCProgram Funding SourceAmountRemarks

Name
of LGU
RegionName of Local Chief ExecutiveLiteracy Programs ImplementedYear/s ImplementedLiteracy Program Description/AccomplishmentsNumber of BeneficiariesLiteracy RateLiteracy Mapping ResultsPresence of Local LCCProgram Funding SourceAmountRemarks
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaPagka-AmuPlease indicate date/year of program implementedA cultural and basic literacy legacy to indigenous people.

Most of the IP's living in the municipality have gradually forgotten about their origin and their source of pride. Pagka-Amu made a great impact to the lives of indigenous people to rediscover and releam their grassroots. Basic literacy program learners' turn out neo literates. Illiterates voters have gradually decreased in the said IP community.
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 90,000.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaScholarship ProgramPlease indicate date/year of program implementedThis Program was conceived through municipal #09 series of 2002 entitled "An Ordinance Establishing a Scholarship Program for the poor but deserving students."

This program intends to those students whose parents cannot afford to sustain in providing college education due to financial problem shall be given financial assistance.
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 60,000.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaWater HyacinthsPlease indicate date/year of program implemented"Before a Mess, now a Delight!"

This idea of making a handicrafts using the water hyacinths was conceptualized through the initiatives of the LGU. This Program opens job opportunities to the women of this barangay. Disasters like flooding incidences during heavy rain was lessened as rivers canal, dikes and riverbanks was well maintained to avoid blockage that caused flooding.

99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 500,000.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaProject LaksiPlease indicate date/year of program implementedLearning through reading activities is the key to a successful and independent readers.

This program got its name from laksi, a vernacular form taken from the palm oil trees on a vast plantation spread across the barangay of Lapinigan, Buenasuerte, Pasta, Bayugan 2, Caimpugan, Mate, Ormaca and Ebro. This is an LGU initiated program offering Literacy and skills training program on the handicrafts, using Laksi, produces baskets, plates, tray food cover using materials called Amakan.
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 222,750.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaEnvironment AwarenessPlease indicate date/year of program implemented"Literacy Cum Environment"

The LGU of San Francisco, Agusan del Sur supports the proactive activities that address environmental issues and concerns such as Waste Management Program, Paper Conservation Program, May Pera sa Basura, Waste Composting, Recycling Program, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Program, Pollution Prevention and Greening Program/GPP & SAPAGKAT
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 57,926.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaOyster Mushroom Production ProgramPlease indicate date/year of program implementedThe LGU of San Francisco implemented the project to help the farmers in adverse affect of climate change on crops resulted to infavorable and unpredictable condition of crop farming resulted to low production.

This project enabled farmers and household members to subsidize their needs in season were growing of vegetables rice and corn are not favorable. Literacy trainings were conducted equipment is provided given to the recipient who were vegetable grower of the municipality. Income of the production enables them to send their children in school and provide their basic needs.
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 130,000.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaAdvocating Organic FarmingPlease indicate date/year of program implementedBeing declared as the Best Regional Implementer Municipality on Organic Agriculture during the 2016 LGU Awards on Agriculture, the Municipality of San Francisco, is continuously aiming to become a leading municipality in providing sustainable programs to the community. The Local Government Unit has utilized the power of Literacy in helping the marginalized agriculture sector achieved its full potential. FAITH method of gardening that highlights Organic way of cultivation was taught to the local farmers and common households in every barangay to ensure continual production and to instill awareness on the relevance of taking vegetables for a healthy and nourished life as well as to provide practical guide on providing food for every Filipino Home.99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 80,000.00
San Francisco, Agusan del SurRegion XIIIHon. Solomon T. RufilaTOKTOK PLANADOPlease indicate date/year of program implementedThe municipality's response to the national's call for Responsible parenthood and Reproduction Health Act towards attaining and sustaining "Zero-Unmet for Modern Family Planning" give rise to an intensified and heightened coordination of the LGU and the Municipal's Health Office to have Toktok (Knock) Planado Pamilya Program or Knock for Family Planning Program, a literacy filled house visits that combines demand generation with immediate service delivery.

Toktok Planado Pamilya seeks to serve the unmet need of women in the households who are of reproductive age or those from 15 to 49 years old. By visiting couples and women right in their homes, this initiative aims to identify all those who have unmet need, serve them with the appropriate family planning method and device their own choice towards achieving zero-unmet need for family planning in the municipality.
99.40%YesCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 100,000.00
Butuan CityRegion XIIIHon. Democrito D. Plaza IIAlternative Learning System Behind Bars2008This program is designed for the detainees, most of whom have cases in court. It aims to make detainees literate and educationally equipped when they are reintegrated in the society.98%97.76City/Municipality and BarangaySEF

Name
of LGU
RegionName of Local Chief ExecutiveLiteracy Programs ImplementedYear/s ImplementedLiteracy Program Description/AccomplishmentsNumber of BeneficiariesLiteracy RateLiteracy Mapping ResultsPresence of Local LCCProgram Funding SourceAmountRemarks
Natividad, PangasinanRegion IHon. Rodrigo Rafael 2010 to June 30, 2018. Hon. Rosita Gavina Rafael July 1. 2019 to the present Project RAFAEL
(Reformation of Adults Follow-up in their Aspirations in Life and Enhance Learners' Skills)
2010-2017In support to the continuing education program of the Department of Education through Alternative Learning System, the Division of Pangasinan II initiates partnership with every Local Government Units to support the ALS programs and projects thus the creation of Project RAFAEL in the Municipality of Natividad. Project RAFAEL is focused on literacy and skills development program. It is one of the literacy development program of the local government. Basic Literacy is offered to neo-literates and post literate learners. The Accreditation and Equivalency Program is given to the out-of-school youths and adults who wish to have elementary and high school diploma. Skills and livelihood training is also available to all individuals.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayGeneral FundPhp 100,000.00
Natividad, PangasinanRegion I Hon. Rodrigo Rafael 2017 to June 30, 2018. Hon. Rosita G. Rafael July 1, 2019 to the presentProject LIPAD
(Literacy Intensification Program for Advancement and Development)
(formerly Project RAFAEL)
2017 - presentIt is the flagship literacy program of the Municipality of Natividad integrating the programs and resources of the different local government offices and local sectors of the town to create a more holistic approach in addressing the identified problems of literacy and socio-economic well - being of its contituents. More and more graduates have been produced in the past years which earned the Best ALS - A&E Implementation.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayGeneral FundPhp 280,000.00
Natividad, PangasinanRegion IHon. Rodrigo Rafael 2013 to June 30, 2018. Hon. Rosita Gavina Rafael July 1, 2019 to the presentSkills Training and Development in partnership with TESDA2013 - presentThe OSY or OSA graduate still needs help in getting a job or starting a livelihood program. And so, the LGU started to find ways to provide skills training to this target group to be able to assist them not only in their education but in their livelihood as well, thus a partnership with TESDA was borne. Several courses have been offered such as Wellness Massage, SMAW, etc.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayGeneral FundPhp 100,000.00
Natividad, PangasinanRegion IHon. Rodrigo Rafael 2017 - June 30, 2018 Hon. Rosita Gavina Rafael July 1, 2019 to the presentAgricultural Livelihood Program2017 -presentIt is experimental, participatory and discovery based activities focused on allowing farmers and participants obeserve, discuss, interact, brainstorm, analyze agro - ecosystem, make decision and solve problems. It is a combination of technology, management and literacy through collaborative learning among farmers and extension workers.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayGeneral Fund, OthersPhp 90,000.00
Natividad, PangasinanRegion IHon. Rodrigo Rafael 2012 to June 30, 2018. Hon. Rosita Gavina Rafael July 1, 2019 to the presentLocal Environment Protection Program2012 - presentOne mandate of the Local Government Unit is to protect its natural resources and ensure that the future generations are still able to sustainably use these. To ensure survival and protect man and its livelihood we have to lower the incedence devastation. Due to the success of the LGU initiated greening program we were tapped by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources as participant municipality in the National Greening Program starting with the Community Based Forest Management Agreement wherein they planted assorted forest tree species in the identified barangays within the municipality.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayOthersPhp 150,000.00
Natividad, PangasinanRegion IHon. Rodrigo Rafael 2010 to June 30, 2018. Hon. Rosita Gavina Rafael July 1, 2019 to the presentTourism2010 - presentOnce a sleeping town in the eastern portion of the province of Pangasinan, the Municipal Development Council searched for a way that would make Natividad known in the province ad to visitors. This is in line with the thrust of the provincial government to make Pangasinan a tourist destination. And so the inception of Sky Plaza and promotion of other tourism areas.97.64% based on the CBMS 2017-18NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayGeneral FundPhp 300,000.00
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioProject HEART2012-2014Banner Project of the LGU to facilitate Literacy Program.97.71%NoneCity/Municipality and Barangay
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioHealth, Education, Agriculture, Revenue, Generation, and Tourism Priority Program2012-2014Intensive tax collection to augment limited resources for the implementation of literacy programs.97.71%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangaySpecial Education FundPhp 300,000.00
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioALS-Korean Language and Culture Training2012-2014ALS-Korean Language and Culture Training in cooperation with TESDA intended for OSYs and employed. Twenty was hired to work in Korea.97.71%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayTESDA Subsidy
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioUnique Bottle Building Community Learning Center cum Senior Citizens’ Center2013-2014Functional Literacy and education for adults and elderly.97.71%NoneCity/Municipality and Barangay
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioSkills Development and Livelihood Program2015TESDA Pipe Fitting with 21 participants.98.86%NoneCity/Municipality
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioInnovative Education Program/Abot Alam2015Hairdressing with 10 participants; Bread and Pastry Production with 35 participants; Electrical Instillation and Maintenance with 16 participants; Soap and Candle Making with 10 participants; and Meat Processing with 5 participants.98.86%NoneCity/MunicipalityAbot-Alam FundPhp 500,000.00
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioMulti-Level Learning and Development Program2016-2017Project CLEAP Continues Learning for Adults Program99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayAbot-Alam FundPhp 1,500,000.00
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioInnovative Approach to K-12: Equipping and Facility Enhancement2016-2017School Building99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and Barangay
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioRizal Elementary School20174 Storey, 16 classroom99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayPAGCORPhp 34,199,815.76
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioRizal Elementary School20174 Storey, 12 classroom99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayDepEdPhp 30,853,125.58
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioRizal Elementary School20174 Storey, 20 classroom99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayDepEdPhp 40,450,811.61
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioCristobal S. Conducto Mem. Integrated National High School20174 Storey, 12 Classroom99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangayDPWHPhp 24,485,957.96
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioCristobal S. Conducto Mem. Integrated National High School2017-2018TVL Laboratory99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and BarangaySEFPhp 2,674,056.25
Rizal, LagunaRegion IV AHon. Antonino A. AurelioProject TANAW2017-2018From HEART, to TANAW: an outward vision and action towards a more sustainable Rizal, Laguna.99.63%NoneCity/Municipality and Barangay