Our office is in Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Philippines.

You may reach us through our email address: alcadev03@yahoo.com

 

 

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  1. Dear Sir/Madam,

    Greetings from the Literacy Coordinating Council!

    May we get the designation of Mr. Emerito T. Samarca, your proponent to your ALCADEV entry for the 2014 National Literacy Awards.

    We look forward to your immediate response regarding this.

    Thank you.

    Czarina D. Abellonar

  2. We are a group of individuals who wishes to donate school supplies to Manobo kids in Brgy Calatngan, San Miguel, Surigao Del Sur. We had a chance to visit them last June 2012. We are looking forward of visiting them again this coming school year June 2015. In line with this, we would like to request from your good office to give us update regarding their current situation so we may be able to raise funds as much for those in need of educational assistance. Aside from that, we would very much appreciate if you could assist us for our next visit. It would be great if Teacher Diane of TRIFFPS, who accompanied us during our last visit, would be there also. We are excited to meet her again.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Maraming Salamat.

  3. its been my fervent desires that someday i may be able to teach at this institution even if just for one day, just to fulfill my desire. How i wish to experienced…

  4. Good afternoon,

    My name is Lorena Cotza and I’m writing you from Front Line Defenders, an international Ngo based in Dublin that supports human rights defenders around the world. We are organisining a tribute to remember some of the human rights defenders who were killed this year, and among them we would like to highlight Emerito Samarca’s story. I was wondering if you could help us and if you have any photos of him that you could share with us?

    Thanks a lot and all the best,

    Lorena

  5. Hi

    I am letting you know that I have donated $600.00 AUD to Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development on behalf of Churchill Education.

    At Churchill Education each staff member has been asked to name a charity of their choice to have this money donated to.

    Several of our Staff Members, D J Damian, Frances Rebollido, Jo Perlas, Sunshine Blasco, Kristine Cordenillo and Anji Torneros nominated your Organisation for her donation to be paid.

    This money has been paid using Orbit and will show in your account with the Reference ‘Churchill Ed’.

    Would you mind forwarding to this email address, a receipt acknowledging this payment please.

    Our very best wishes for a very happy Christmas and New Year to all at Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development.

    Kind regards

    Pam Velthuizen

    (pam@churchilleducation.edu.au)

    PS I attempted to forward an email to the following address but was undeliverable –
    alcadev03@yahoo.co

  6. To Whom It May Concern:

    If I may first introduce myself, I am Fernando J. Balmaceda, a Filipino, currently working as Education Consultant (Peacebuilding and Emergencies), at the UNICEF East Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO), based here in Bangkok, Thailand.

    I’ve been reading stories and news about ALCADEV’s noble efforts in providing continuous access and quality education to the children of our indigenous communities. And as you are well aware, our country, and of course, DepEd and hundreds of teachers’ advocates, would again be preparing to celebrate gains, communities of practices, of teachers, highlighting also their plight and challenges in order to come up with collective action in support of their rights and welfare.

    UNICEF EAPRO is an active member of the Asia Pacific Multilingual Education Working Group (MLE WG) which includes UNESCO, SIL, other INGOS and academic institutions. For its part, UNESCO Bangkok has requested members of the MLE WG to inquire from countries in the East Asia Pacific of teachers who can be profiled as having been in the forefront of teaching mother tongue (through the mother tongue based multilingual education).

    On behalf of UNICEF EAPRO, specifically its PBEA Team which I belong, may I kindly inquire if your organization is willing to share a teacher’s profile re the above continuing MTBMLE-related efforts to our IP learners?

    We have been requested by UNESCO that should an organization is willing to recommend teachers’ stories to be profiled, said profile and interest should be submitted on or before February 8, 2016. In this case, if interested, you may correspond with me by emailing at fbalmaceda@unicef.org.

    With much appreciation of your reply, biased as it may seem, I objectively believe that we have many heroic teachers courageously reaching out to our marginalised and deprived communities to provide a priceless investment, which is education, for the future of our children and their ancestors’ culture.

    Maraming salamat po.

    ferdie

    Fernando J. Balmaceda
    Education Consultant (Peacebuilding and Emergencies)
    19 Phra Atit Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
    Mobile Number: 0920 973 42097 and 061 597 1261
    Email address: fbalmaceda@unicef.org and ferdiebalmaceda@gmail.com

  7. Dear Friends at ALCADEV, we were good friends of Emie Samarca and regret his sudden dead every day. We lived in Mindanao for 7 years since 1985 till 1994.We worked with FOP, UMAN and SILDAP at that time. We live and work in the Netherlands at the moment and we would like to sent you some support for your good works through our friend Hans Schaap in Davao. Please keep up the good spirits! Peter Mol and Carien Olbers

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