IN 2023

The measurable impact of the Family Empowerment Program underscores the importance of holistic support—economically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually—to help disadvantaged families achieve long-term stability and growth.


Support for Parents

  • 17 school-focused sessions for parents on behavior, hygiene, and psycho-social support.
  • 21 mothers received parenting guidance and support.
  • 90 students enrolled in schools

School Supplies

  • 90 students received essential school items for the new school year.

Weekly Tutoring

  • Weekly tutorials to address learning needs and improve academic performance.
  • English language tutorials to enhance skills.
  • Monthly transportation funds for consistent access to educational resources.

Library and
Computer Training

  • 37 children engaged with the FEP Library, borrowing books for home reading.
  • 21 students received basic computer training.
  • 53 children attended summer camps with a blend of educational and recreational experiences.


Monthly Stipends
for Families

  • $8,640 provided in stipends, enabling mothers to meet basic needs and invest in education.
  • Enabled 50 mothers to meet basic needs and invest in education and income generation activities through monthly stipends.

Financial Literacy

  • 50 mothers participated in training sessions on budgeting, saving, and financial planning.

Adult Literacy

  • Improved literacy skills for mothers, enhancing access to information, community participation, and opportunities for personal development.


Counseling Support

  • 31 parents and 37 children received support on topics like parenting, family dynamics, and emotional well-being.

Service Referrals

  • 8 institutions were engaged for referrals, including healthcare and social services.
  • 17 cases successfully referred for customized services.

Meals and Vitamins

  • 77 children received balanced meals, 30 children vitamins, and 15 mothers supplements.
  • 8 HIV-positive mothers received protein powder.

Community Health Insurance

  • 98% of households enrolled in Community-Based Health Insurance (CBHI).
  • 7 families received additional medical support not covered by CBHI.

Hygiene Project

  • 23 mothers and 38 children received training on health, nutrition, and hygiene.
  • 96 children engaged in increased utilization of hygiene services.

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