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Leyte mobile teachers get learning modules from UNICEF-INTERSOS

UNICEF-INTERSOS learning modules

By JEROME CATORCE, 19IB PA
April 11, 2016

PALO, Leyte – Around 1,604 sets of learning modules were donated by UNICEF-INTERSOS to the Department of Education here Tuesday, April 5.

Marie Joy Arias, Division Coordinator for the Abot Alam Program said the learning modules will be used by mobile teachers during sessions with their learners in areas covered by the Department of Education-Leyte Division Office.

Through a transportation assistance provided by Philippine Army's 19th Infantry Battalion based in Kananga, Leyte, 208 sets of said learning modules were already delivered to nine (9) municipalities as of April 7. The said municipalities are: Isabel, Palompon, Matag-ob, Kananga, Calubian, San Isidro, Tabango, Villaba,and Leyte.

Arias furthered that the donated learning modules will surely enhance the knowledge of the ALS and Abot-Alam learners who will be taking the Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Test on April 24 at Kananga, Leyte.

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