Aiducation is now also active in the Philippines. As of 2014, Aiducation is also active in the Philippines where many students are challenged by structural problems of the educational sector – just like in Kenya, where Aiducation's journey started in 2007. Thanks to a cooperation with Pathways Philippines, an organization being active in the Philippines since 2002, Aiducation can count on specific know-how and an established network. Aiducation's expertise from activities in Kenya are thus successfully being transferred to the Philippines:


  • 1:1-Principle: Every AiduMaker selects "their" AiduFellow from the list of applicants.

  • Education: 90% of your donations is converted directly in education.

  • Meritocracy: Just like in Kenya, the scholarships in the Philippines are merit-based and awarded to students in financial need.

  • Education to Aid: In addition to the financial assistance, all AiduFellows also in the Phillipines, receive non-financial support. During that support, AiduFellows form a network and are encouraged to drive the economic, social, and political development of their country. This continues beyond the actual scholarship as AiduFellows become Alumni (AiduAlumni) and part of an active Alumni network.


Contact Aiducation International Philippines
c/o Pathways to Higher Education
Alingal Hall
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights
Quezon City
Metro Manila
Philippines

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Solvie Nubla-Lee – Director Pathways Philippines; full-time

Accountable for overseeing Pathways' day to day operations - ranging from stakeholder and program management to administration and HR management. She also leads the office’s efforts in resource generation and is responsible for charting the organization’s future growth and strategic response/s to both internal and external demands. Also in charge of ensuring that Pathways' plans and programs are aligned with Ateneo’s strategic plans and supports the overall University plans.

I have always believed that a good education is the one of the biggest factors that contributes to one's success in life and that the lack of this among our people has greatly affected our country's ability to grow. I am glad to have found the opportunity to apply my professional skills to something that creates much more impact and meaning for talented but underprivileged students.

snubla@ateneo.edu

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Annalyn de los Santos – Senior Program Officer Pathways Philippines; full-time

Leads the evaluation, planning and development of quality interventions and programs; recommends design or improves on existing interventions and work pactices, systems, tools, and processes in the pursuit of program effectiveness and impact.

I love my country and I decided to commit my time and energy in efforts which will help ensure that the next generation will be well-rounded, service-oriented, self-actualized Filipinos. Here in Pathways, I am continuously being inspired by the changes. Our participants' development gives me hope and sustains my belief in the amazing potential of the human person.

adelossantos@ateneo.edu

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Ma. Cecilia Tan-Biana – Program Officer Pathways Philippines; full-time

In-charge of recruitment, screening and selection of new participants, as well as status monitoring of existing participants. Also interim in-charge of participant registry, donor-donee matching and programs team financials.

Education creates opportunities for growth. I decided to work in Pathways because I wanted to help bright but financially underprivileged students get the quality education they deserve and form them to become responsible leaders in the future.

mtan-biana@ateneo.edu


 

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Denzel Domingo – Program Officer Pathways Philippines; full-time

In-charge of the development and evaluation of the non-academic formation of Pathways program.

Education can only be truly liberating if every student has equity access to it. I joined Pathways because it makes this vision a reality by nurturing future leaders from the grassroots.

ddomingo@ateneo.edu


 

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Marvin Cruz; Program Officer Pathways Philippines; part-time

In-charge of ANI Organizational Development, program development and evaluation for academic programs and monitoring status.

Education helps a person develop him/herself to become a productive member of society. It also helps in leveling the social playing field and I want to contribute in making that happen.

macruz@ateneo.edu

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Ma. Katrinna Nabor – Program Officer Pathways Philippines; part-time

In-charge of Promotion and Recruitment, Screening and Selection, and Program Implementation of the Bahay Kapwa In-House Formation Program.

Education helps a person develop him/herself to become a productive member of society. It also helps in leveling the social playing field and I want to contribute in making that happen.

mnabor@ateneo.edu

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