USAID
EDC

Opportunity 2.0

Partners

Partners

Department of Education

Department of Education

The Department of Education (DepEd) leads the implementation of the Alternative Learning System (ALS) in the Philippines. ALS is a parallel learning system in the Philippines that provides opportunities for out-of-school youth and adult (OSYA) learners to develop basic and functional literacy skills, and to access equivalent pathways to complete basic education

TESDA

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is the government agency tasked to manage and supervise technical education and skills development in the Philippines.

Consortium Partners

SEAMEO INNOTECH

SEAMEO INNOTECH

SEAMEO INNOTECH ensures quality strategies for teacher professional development, curriculum development, and creative alternative delivery modalities.

PBEd

Philippine Business for Education

PBEd believes that education is everybody’s business. As part of Opportunity 2.0, PBEd will help strengthen private sector engagement with large corporations and SMEs, connecting them to the vulnerable youth.

accenture

Accenture

With a mission to deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity, Accenture’s role in Opportunity 2.0 leading Local Market Analysis helping increase access to internships/OJTs and innovations for digital skills development for out-of-school youth.

VSO

VSO

VSO’s core purpose is to create lasting change through volunteering. With this expertise, they will be able to provide volunteers to mentor and coach the youth, conduct youth network events, and provide training in volunteer youth development management in Opportunity 2.0.

Catholic Relief Services

CRS

CRS in the Philippines has been helping communities become resilient through organizing savings and lending groups. So, as part of Opportunity 2.0, CRS’s Pilot Savings and Internal Lending Communities (SILC) will be blended with BYOB and entrepreneurship accompaniment.