USAID's Investments for Education and Social Services in Philippines - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Education and Social Services spending

FY 2011 $13.0 M

FY 2012 $4.5 M

FY 2013 $6.6 M

FY 2014 $13.7 M

FY 2015 $31.0 M

Note: Select a program in the navigation menu to the left or click on a pie slice above to view additional disbursement information.

USAID’s earlier work in education focused on large-scale shortages of teachers, learning materials, out-of-school youth, and engaging parents and communities to support children’s education. In response, USAID trained teachers, provided computers, textbooks, and other materials, and developed Parent Teacher Associations. Because USAID made great strides in these areas, activities have shifted towards improving higher education and ramping up public-private partnerships to boost the country’s ability to leverage support and build upon its accomplishments.

USAID's Education and Social Services Program in the Phillipines aims to:

  • Improve basic education;
  • Support higher education; and
  • Provide social assistance and services for vulnerable populations.
Students read out loud in their classroom.

Students read out loud in their classroom.

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