The NGOs Module highlights the list of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) that have advocacy, program and project implementation on literacy, Some information contained for the NGOs are their organization type, area of operation, accreditation, and literacy programs.

NGOCoordination w/ Local Literacy CouncilLCC-NGO Forum MemberSEC RegisteredPCNC AccreditedOther AccreditationsNumber of Literacy WorkersPeriod of EngagementEnrollment: Male (with DepEd LRN)Enrollment: Male (without DepEd LRN)Enrollment: Female (with DepEd LRN)Enrollment: Female (without DepEd LRN)Enrollment: Total (with DepEd LRN)Enrollment: Total (without DepEd LRN)Literacy Program/sLiteracy Program Description/AccomplishmentsYear/s ImplementedStatusImplemented with Partner?Funding SourceAmountRemarks
World Vision Development Foundation (WVDF)Yes40, 748October 2020 – September 2024

October 2015 – September 2019
46,669Brigada Pagbasa Program
1. Capacity Building on Beginning Reading for Parents and Teachers
2. Establishments of School- based and Community Based Reading Hubs
3. Self – paced on line teachers training platform on ICT
4. Unlock Literacy Digital Reading Intervention with Values Education ( DRIVE)
5. On line Learning Resource for Children

Link to training and learning activity materials:
Bicol Grassroots Leaders in Empowerment and Development (BIGLEAD)YesNoNoAlternative Learning System
DANGLEYesNoNoAlternative Learning System
Education for Life Foundation (ELF)YesYesNoCivil Service Commission101992-20202000+Grassroots Leadership Foundation
Educational Research and Development Assistant (ERDA)YesYesYesDepartment of Social Welfare and Development12006-2020420Technical/Vocational (TBC)
Educo, PhilippinesYesYesNoZamboanga City LGU (Educo- CFSI);
Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsogon
Zamboanga City LGU (Educo- CFSI);
Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsogon
SBESP(Sama Badjau Education Support Program) 6IMS2004-202069223Translation of DepEd Modules in Bicol Dialect
MTBMLE in 2015 – Contextualizing of the dialects. Each municipality submitted 10 books in their own dialect.

Support in training and capacity building of teachers before they make modules or stories

School-based Literacy Toolkit

Audio Visual and Mobile Application of the Modules.

Reading program for selected partner schools in 2012

Reading program support for teachers and supplementary materials in 2014

Call for needs-based proposals from the schools in 2017

Selected schools in 2018
E-Net PhilippinesYesYesNoLearning and Livelihood Systems
Kalipunan ng mga Sektor sa Caloocan (KASECA)YesNoCaloocan City Development Council62009-20191110Alternative Learning System
Kilusan at Ugnayan ng Maralitang Pasigueno (KUMPAS)YesAlternative Learning System
Lubos na Alyansa ng mga Ayta sa Zambales (LAKAS)YesBasic Literacy Program

Alternative Learning System
Paaralang Bayan ng mga Ayta sa Zambales (PBAZ)YesAlternative Learning System
Paaralang Bayan Alumni Association in Mindoro (PBAA-Mindoro)Yes172005-2020870685Alternative Learning System
Pasig Kapit Barangay Volunteers Association (PKBVA)YesYesNoPasig City CSO Accreditation22010-202025Alternative Learning System- Mothers-all female
POST BaguioYes
People's Initiative for Learning and Community Development (PILCD)YesYesAdult and Community education programs on related to Education for Sustainable Development (ESD):
1. Environment and Climate Change
2. Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction
3. Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction
4. Local Governance and Sustainable Development
5. Leadership Development of Local CSO’s and People’s Organization
6. Training of Teachers and Community Educators on Environment, Climate Change and DRRM
Philippine Rural Construction MovementYes
Quidan Kaisahan, Inc. YesYesOn-going DSWD accreditation200+ Community Facilitators-Instructional Managers
46 staff workers
20033000Alternative Learning System, Grassroots Leadership Program, ECCD-Daycare and SNP (Supervised Neighborhood Play)
Save the Children PhilippinesYesYes3 Program Officers per area (BARRM, NCR and in Region 12) with 50 Volunteers per area (BARRM, NCR and in Regions 12) 20122000Program: Literacy Boost. The component of the program are:1. Assessment; 2. Teacher Trng. 3. Community Engagement (parent and community involvement; and 4. Policy Advocacy- i.e. lgu and dep ed
The target are 6-12 yrs old children.
Unang Hakbang Foundation (UHF)YesAlternative Learning System
Vedruna FoundationYes
UnyPhil WomenYesYesYes
Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development Inc. (ALCADEV)YesSchool Outreach Program of IP (Training on literacy as winning edge)Program to reduce illiteracy problem of the target group into a maximum level. ALCADEV experience in providing alternative learning education through skills development of indigenous youth proven that the skills they acquired help to address community needs in agricultural production, provide livelihood opportunities and help them to deal with other people.Donations from individual friends within and outside the country.

Financial and logistical support from our networks within the country.

Enfant Du Mekong foundation – a France-based foundation.

Save the Children – a USA-based funding agency.

New World – a Belgian-based funding agency.
FCF Minerals CorporationNoNoRunruno Gold Project

A. Development of Host Neighboring Countries
B. Information, Communication & Education Program
C. Development of Mining Technology and the Geosciences
D. Education and Literacy Program
E. Self-Employment, Empowerment and Livelihood Generation
F. Community Sanitation: Clean and Green Program
G. School of Living Tradition