Radyo Aralan para sa Lumber Camp National High School, Culion, Palawan

Lumber Camp National High School is on the southermost tip of Culion, Palawan. It is a three-hour pumpboat ride from the mainland. When Culion became a municipality by law, it was declared as Indigenous People’s Barangay, because of a high concentration of Tagbanua population. DepEd set up a school there, though not specifically IP School, using IP Curriculum. it is the first High School for the Tagbanua Communities, and the first to apply for a Senior High School, but not implemented yet due to Covid-19 pandemic, since ocular visit cannot be done.

This area is among the depressed areas of Culion. The families depend on farming and fishing for their day-to-day needs. Poverty is high.

With the situation we have right now in the learning deliveries for the children, the school finds it very hard to sustain the Modular Learning. Radio Based Instruction (RBI) will help them a lot.

I am knocking again on your hearts. When we share our blessings, we share love and hope to the community, especially the children. Let us support their dreams for a better future.

Thank you so much! God bless your generous hearts!

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I am a full-time Mom and entrepreneur. Doing community works, particularly for the Indigenous Peoples, is one of my advocacies. I am also an advocate of Organic Backyard Gardening and Farming.
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