Aside from the classrooms, the Australian Government also provided support
Representatives from the Australian Government headed by Jenny Da Rin, Assistant Secretary of Southeast Asia Development Policy and Programs, visited Anislag National High School in Daraga, Albay on 26 April as part of the regional activity of visiting development partners in Bicol.
The visit is part of the monitoring and evaluation of classrooms built under the Classrooms Construction Support Program of the Australian Government.
Built in 2015, Anislag National High School was one of the recipients of disaster-resilient classrooms donated by Australia, in partnership with PBSP. The school received two climate-resilient buildings with six classrooms equipped with school furniture and PWD-friendly features for more inclusive learning environment.
Aside from the classrooms, the Australian Government also provided support to school governance initiatives. The Parents-Teachers Associations were assisted in enhancing their organizational capacity and plans on the maintenance and sustainability of the school buildings.
The Classroom Construction Support program has contributed around 23,000 additional learning spaces through the 509 school buildings built in various schools in the Philippines.
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