Abot-Alam Overview

Report
ABOT-ALAM
No Filipino youth is left behind.
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Consortium Approach
Abot-Alam Framework
OSY Database
Programs of Intervention
Names
Addresses
Age
Educational attainment
Reasons for being OSY
Aspirations/preferences
DepEd ALS offerings
LGU programs for OSY
TESDA training
College scholarships
NGOs’ programs for OSY
OSY Reintegration
• Education
• Employment
• Entrepreneurship
Implementation Structure
National Strategy
Local Delivery
National Multi-Sectoral Alliance
Local Alliance
(Led by DepEd, NYC, DILG, and TESDA)
(Led by LGU and DepEd)
National goal-setting
Support from different agencies
Enlistment of all OSYs in the locality
- LGU, barangays
- Local NGOs
- Other groups
Resource allocation and mobilization
Policies and issuances
Data consolidation
Communications campaign
Programs to respond to the needs of the OSY
- LGU
- Local DepEd, TESDA, CHED , DTI, DA, DAR
- Business sector
- Colleges and universities
- MFIs operating in the area
- NGOs operating in the area
Operationalizing Abot-Alam on the Local Level
Action Points
Responsible
Results/Outputs
Convene a local
alliance
LGU, DepEd
Alliance of agencies/ organizations/ companies
committed to help
MOU/MOA
Plan of action
Data gathering on
OSYs
LGU, barangays, DepEd, List of OSYs per barangay, with needed details
NGOs
Matching of OSYs
with programs of
intervention
LGU, DepEd, other
agencies/groups with
programs for OSY
Each OSY enrolled or enlisted in at least one
program
Implementation
Different agencies/
organizations
Young people with high school diploma, skills for
employment or entrepreneurship
Continuing data
gathering, M & E,
data consolidation,
etc.
LGU , DepEd
Continuing implementation of the program
VISION: Wala sang bata sa Iloilo nga mabilin.
DepEd’s Goal and Commitment
• One million OSYs in 2014
• Use of existing learning resources and development of
new ones
• Incorporating Abot-Alam into the local DepEd’s KRAs
• Resource allocation and mobilization
• National level advocacy campaign to generate support
for the program
Expectations from the LGU
• Share in the vision of “No Filipino youth left behind” -Wala sang bata sa Iloilo nga mabilin.
• Adopt Abot-Alam as the LGU’s program for OSYs in
partnership with DepEd.
• Provide leadership, with support from the local DepEd, to
the Abot-Alam local alliance
• Mandate the barangays to gather data based on AbotAlam template/format
• Allocate and mobilize resources
• Undertake local level advocacy campaign to generate
support for the program
ABOT-ALAM
No Filipino youth is left behind.
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