Adopt a School Project (SINCE 2015 )

USI ICESA saw the dismal state of Early Childhood Education in the partner barangays (ill trained undergraduate teachers, no facilities, limited instructional materials, malnourished children, limited school supplies and dilapidated classrooms. USI ICESA adopted and supported nine (9) day-care centers (1 in Malbong Gainza;1 in Dahik, Gainza; 1 in Lipot, Milaor; 1 in San Isidro, Naga City; 1 in Pacol Naga City; 1 in Sta Rosa, Magarao; 2 in Bonot Calabanga, 1 in Dahik-Del Carmen-Del Rosario Minalabac) and provided the following services for the last 5 years. READ MORE...

 

 

Balaw Production at Bonot

 

Bangka Project, Bonot, Calabanga Cam. Sur

 

Sibid / Bangka Project (started 2016)

 

Among the most pressing problems of fisher folks without a sibid (small fishing boat) is low income. Catching fish, shrimps and crabs (alimasag and alimango) and balaw without a sibid is difficult and at times impossible. USI ICESA responded by gradually looking for donors from within the university and organizing the balaw producers w/o sibid. READ MORE...

 

The Community Based Center for Lifelong Education (COMBACELL) Lipot

It is a functional literacy project for parents and adults in the community as students. Classes are held regularly every Saturday until a level or all levels are completed. It is a 4-year project divided into 4 levels: level 1 to level 4. To complete a level a student must complete 25 class sessions or 50 hours in a year or a total of 200 hours must be completed by every learner or 100 sessions or Saturdays to complete the whole course. A variety of topics with practical value for daily life are discussed regularly and facilitated by volunteer teachers from the university and from professionals outside the university. READ MORE...

 

LUNCH 4 U @ USI Project (since 2015)

 

 

The project is composed of Sunday feeding, catechism, socialization and grooming and a day of fun for the street children of Naga city. This has been on- going for three years now catering to 50 to 110 street children aged 2 to 15. READ MORE...

 

Project Angat Bahay (started Feb. 2017)

This project intends to uplift the dignity of the beneficiaries (indigent families) by providing them the basic skeletal structures of a concrete house and inspire families to dream for better dwellings and for them improve their houses slowly on their own. Construction materials are provided by donors from the university (student organizations, members of the faculty, from different units of the school, from the sisters, a few funded by the school ICESA fund, and a few funded by an outside organization. READ MORE...

 

USI-ICESA Relief Operations

It has been a University tradition as a Vincentian institution to respond to the challenges of calamities or disasters. USI mobilizes people and resources and conducts relief operations to the affected areas: The Yolanda tragedy in 2013 USI-ICESA and USI volunteers conducted relief operations for victims in parts of Samar, Tacloban City, Ormoc city and Palo Leyte. Similar activities were conducted during the St. Bernard tragedy in southern Leyte and the typhoon with landslide tragedy in Real Quezon. READ MORE...

 

Celebrating Feast Days and Special Occasions with the Poor.

Said occasions bring the USI family to the partner communities to serve the poor, to give them treat, gifts, souvenirs, entertainment, and spiritual nourishment.
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The BUHAI-CES Program

BUHAI-CES, an acronym for Building Communities through Unified Efforts and Holistic Approach in the Implementation of Community Extension Services, is the extension program of the Universidad de Sta. Isabel. The program has six (6) component services namely: Buhai-Kapatiran (Community Organizing), Buhai-Kamalayan (Community Education and Social Advocacy), Buhai-Kakayahan (Capacity and Livelihood Development), Buhai-Kalusugan (Health and Nutrition), Buhai-Kalikasan (Environmental Rehabilitation and Regeneration) and Buhai-Kaalaman (Development Research READ MORE...

 
   
   
   
     
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