More so, CLFI ensures that its ALS centers are up-to-date with the latest equipment.
CLFI also provides buildings in support for its ALS programs among the classrooms, centers and halls donated by Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation is the Ambassador PJ Lhuillier Lecture Room at the University of the Philippines Cesar E.A.
Lastly, among the many donations of CLFI as support for education for all, the Edna Lhuillier Multi-Purpose Hall in Bais City, Negros Oriental serves as a library where most of the scholars of CLFI and ALS learners come to conduct research among the numerous book titles available.
CLFI, in partnership with DepEd aims to unveil 20 more centers so that more out of school youth have access to learning.
CLFI is one of the country's leading proponents of alternative learning, providing out-of-school-youths, and those from indigent families with an opportunity to complete high school via alternative schooling.
In 2018, CLFI has already surpassed its own targets: establishing 75 partner schools which educated more than 11,000 learners, of which, 1, 482 learners have already obtained their elementary and/or high school diplomas.
This year, CLFI
targets to add five more Cebuana Lhuillier ALS centers and continue to increase the number of its ALS A and E test passers.
The launch of the 7 new ALS classrooms in Makati brings CLFI's network to a total of 73 nationwide; a big jump from the first 14 pilot classrooms in 2014.
We hope that through this, we would be able to help the youth of Makati get the education they deserve and eventually contribute in making Makati City more progressive than it already is,' CLFI Executive Director Jonathan Batangan said.
For the city of Makati, CLFI has already opened ALS centers in Gen.
Since 2001 CLFI has been helping hundreds of its residents through various CSR projects such as scholarship grants and annual seminar on Information and Communications Technology for students in University of Makati, daycare feeding program, Christmas feeding activity and gift giving, and outreach program during CLFI's anniversary.