Programs and Services
Collaborate Assistance for Relevant Education
ICES values much the importance of education. This is evident in various programs that ICES is having which benefits the students, youth, and residents in its adopted schools and barangays. This may come in the form of informal or non-formal education programs. Skills training and seminars, literacy program, pre-school, remedial and tutorial or enhancement classes and values formation can be included in this service or any form that develop awareness and will affect learning.
Health Education and Livelihood Program
ICES is committed in improving the living conditions of the residents in its adopted communities. As an intervention, health and livelihood programs have been launched in response to their needs. Health programs may come in a form of free-clinic, alternative medicines, seminars and health trainings, feeding and other health related activities. Livelihood program implementation in the adopted communities is on going that benefited in helping them cope with poverty. These can be in a form of mushroom production, gulayan sa barangay,bee culturing, hog dispersal, chicken dispersal, rent to own padyak project, rug making, etc. This program will enable poor families come up with their own.
Honing Opportunities to Protect and save the Environment
Environmental protection and conservation is an essential program component of the framework. Theses are programs that emphasize ecological nurturance and environmental protections. Programs allowing the partner-beneficiaries for optimum use of natural resources they have for the community prosperity while ensuring that the future of the generation to come are protected because there is ecological nurturance, accompanying the development of these resources. Environmental education, climate change, adaptation measures, and environmental rehabilitations are included in this program.
Raise Intended reSources in Extension
Rise is a component of the framework that has the objective of raising resources to carry out the function of the ICES for its sustainability. The ICES has it’s in a house volunteer program that aims to create a pool of volunteers to cater to the needs for manpower in carrying out the activities of ICES. This includes services given to the needy, homeless, orphans and deprived in need of rehabilitation or emergency and welfare assistance. ICES holds donation drives to raise the needed materials to respond to the needs of the current situation. It may come in a form of relief operations, gift-giving, medicine, food, clothing, and reconstructions of basic facilities. This includes participation in the National Schools Maintenance Week dubbed as “Brigada Eskwela” where different departments/colleges and school organizations are tapped to participate in the said program of DepEd.