CENTEX

The Center of Excellence in Public Elementary Education (CENTEX) provides holistic, high-quality education for bright children from economically disadvantaged families.

1,010

Total enrollment (SY 2016–2017)

95%

Promotion rate (v. 73.5% national average)

85%

Teacher proficiency rating

90%

Parent participation in special training sessions with 25,250 volunteer hours rendered by parents

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 1998 in Manila
  • 2000 in Batangas

PROGRAM SITES

  • Tondo, Manila
  • Bauan, Batangas

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Department of Education
  • City Government of Manila
  • Provincial Government of Batangas
  • Private donors

TRAINING INSTITUTE

The two-year teacher and principal training program focuses on four essential elements for lifelong learning—classroom pedagogy, development of critical thinking skills, values clarification, and use of technology in the classroom. It also involves a yearlong mentoring component that allows teachers and principals to ensure they apply what they learned.

374

Teachers trained

14,000

Students reached by participating teachers

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2012

PROGRAM SITES

  • Iloilo
  • Basilan
  • Silang, Cavite
  • Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro
  • Albay
  • Aklan
  • Manila
  • Batangas
  • Cagayan de Oro City
  • Sagay, Negros Occidental

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Department of Education
  • Local government units
  • Private Donors

AYALA YOUNG LEADERS CONGRESS

Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC) is a student leadership summit designed to build con dence, hone leadership skills, nurture commitment, foster nationalism and idealism, and encourage faithful stewardship.

22

Number of alumni chapters

1,369

Number of AYLC alumni

6,491

Beneficiaries of community projects

P10.6M

Value of projects implemented

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 1999

PROGRAM SITES

  • Nationwide

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Ayala group of companies

GLOBAL FILIPINO SCHOOLS

Global Filipino Schools (GFS) empowers schools to become 21st-century-ready educational institutions by providing them with support systems that meet UNESCO standards. These include sustainable ICT-pro ciency training for teachers, an ICT-equipped school environment, and committed education stakeholders.

9

schools reached from four cities and three municipalities

300

Teachers trained

9,502

Students given ICT access

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2015

PROGRAM SITES

  • Cagayan de Oro City
  • Manila
  • Bauan and San Pascual, Batangas
  • New Washington, Aklan
  • Silay City, Negros Occidental
  • Ligao City, Albay

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Globe Telecom
  • Department of Education
  • Local government units
  • Private donors (including Chevron, Mitsubishi, CLSA, Huawei)

LEADERSHIP COMMUNITIES

Leadership Communities (LeadCom) harnesses the youth’s potential for leadership and community service by helping them ideate and implement projects that address community issues.

18

Participating youth groups

6

Number of project sites

20

Community projects implemented in 2015 and 2016

825

Participants since 2011

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2011

PROGRAM SITES

  • Cagayan de Oro City
  • Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte
  • Basilan
  • Davao City
  • Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
  • Naga, Cebu

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Local government units
  • Youth organizations and youth-serving organizations
  • Private funders (such as GN Power/AC Energy and Mitsubishi Corporation)

BYLP-LeadCom

The Bangsamoro Young Leaders Program–Leadership Communities seeks to harness the strengths of Bangsamoro youth as agents of positive change in their respective communities. It is an offshoot
of the successful Basilan Young Leaders Program and Leadership Communities (LeadCom) Basilan, which was launched in 2015.

35

Participating young people (BYLP phase)

140

Young people to be included in LeadCom phase

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2016

PROGRAM SITES

  • Lanao del Sur
  • Maguindanao
  • Sulu
  • Tawi-Tawi
  • Basilan

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • ARMM Of ce of the Regional Governor
  • Eisenhower Fellows Association of the Philippines

FYLPRO

FYLPro (formerly Filipino American Young Leaders Program) taps outstanding young Filipino Americans who possess a sincere desire to be engaged in their respective communities and promote the Philippines’ further development. They serve as partners in advancing interests of Filipino Americans, and forging closer Philippine-United States relations.

10

Delegates in 2016

50

Alumni

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2012

PROGRAM SITES

  • Key US states and territories with signi cant Filipino American communities

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Embassy of the Philippines in Washington, DC
  • Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Philippines Consular Of ces in the United States

Iraya-Mangyan Program

Our Iraya-Mangyan Program is committed to the education and skills training of the indigenous Iraya-Mangyan community of Puerto Galera, Talipanan, Oriental Mindoro. For sustainable livelihood, Ayala Foundation helps the Iraya-Mangyan community in Talipanan in reviving their tradition of weaving,
particularly in the creation of beautiful and functional nito baskets.

With the help of our donors and partners, we also provide training in dressmaking, electrical skills, masonry, and agriculture, among others.

280

Families reached

P5.2M

Million total sales of Iraya-Mangyan products

3

Outlets where IrayaMangyan products are available (Glorietta, Greenbelt 5, and Alabang Town Center)

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2003

PROGRAM SITES

  • Talipanan, Oriental Mindoro

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Ayala group of companies
  • Sisters of Charity of St. Anne
  • Private donors

Calauan Program

Southville 7 in Calauan, Laguna is a 107-hectare relocation site for families displaced by Typhoon Ondoy and the Pasig River rehabilitation. Owned by the National Housing Authority, the property is home to roughly 4,500 families. Together with our partners, we are implementing sustainable livelihood projects (through employment or enterprise) for families in the area.

4

Hectares farming area for MDC Greens

20

Individuals engaged in AFI-established enterprises

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2012

PROGRAM SITES

  • Calauan, Laguna

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Municipal government of Calauan
  • Salesians of Don Bosco
  • Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart
  • Ayala Corporation
  • Makati Development Corporation
  • Manila Water Company
  • Kapwa Greens

PROJECT LIO

The Lio engagement is a prototype community development project for two communities in El Nido, Palawan—Villa Libertad and Pasadeña.

2

Barangays reached

3,498

Combined population of Pasadeña and VIlla Libertad

651

Combined households of Pasadeña and Villa Libertad

39

Combined direct participants in rapid appraisal and community consultations in Pasadeña and Villa Libertad

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2016

PROGRAM SITES

  • El Nido, Palawan

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Ayala Land, Inc.

Ayala Museum

As one of the leading private museums in the country, the Ayala Museum makes Philippine history, art, and culture accessible to the public through engaging exhibitions and exciting cultural programs. The Ayala Museum uses traditional and nontraditional platforms to present our country’s rich heritage in fresh, engaging, and innovative ways.

82,894

Museum visitorship

56,032

Reach of traveling exhibitions

6,620

Reach of Gold Exhibition in New York City

3,508,304

Social media reach

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Started

  • 1967

PROGRAM SITES

  • Makati City
  • Nationwide (through traveling exhibits)
  • Global (through items on loan)

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Private collectors
  • Ayala group
  • Local government units (for traveling exhibits)

Filipinas Heritage Library

The Filipinas Heritage Library (FHL) houses contemporary and rare volumes on Philippine art, history, and culture; vintage recordings of Philippine music; vintage photographs; and maps, periodicals, and multimedia materials. The library has also embarked on a massive digitization project to make a significant part of its collection available online. In addition, FHL partners with government and private groups to develop community libraries, through the OurLibrary program.

3,503

Library visitorship

27,527

Guests to FHL exhibits

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 1996

PROGRAM SITES

  • Makati City
  • Nationwide
  • Global

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Local government units
  • BPI Foundation
  • Ayala Land
  • Globe Telecom
  • Private organizations

Typhoon Yolanda Disaster Response

We are helping communities severely damaged by Yolanda as they work toward complete recovery. Our interventions in these areas take the form of educational and sustainable livelihood support.

5

New classrooms constructed for Yolanda-affected communities

33

New shing boats provided for Yolanda affected communities

1

New library inaugurated under the OurLibrary program

LESS INFO 

Started

  • 2013

PROGRAM SITES

  • Estancia and Carles, Iloilo
  • Batanes
  • Tacloban City
  • Dauis, Bohol

PROGRAM PARTNERS

  • Ayala group of companies
  • Department of Education
  • Local government units
  • Diocese of Tagbilaran, Bohol
  • Private funders (including Tetra Laval and CLSA)
  • Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation