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Libraries as a Sustainable Development Tool

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The Library Renewal Partnership (LRP) is an organization whose aim is to empower over 2 million citizens by building at least 200 community education centers by the year 2020. This October, the LRP is set to hit its 100th library.
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  • 1. Libraries as a Sustainable Development Tool Quintin Jose V. Pastrana
  • 2. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Contact Us Contact Us | Press Room Copyright 2012-2013 | Library Renewal Partnership
  • 3. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Future Projects
  • 4. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Future Projects
  • 5. 3P2G - KH&3C - GDPe
  • 6. Legitimacy & Authority Capability Building Public Value 3P2G Public-Private Partnerships Good Governance Reference: Mark Moore (2000) Public Sector Library Mandate (RA7743) Private Sector Resource & Operating Systems Good Governance, Literacy, Livelihood,, Community Development
  • 7. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Future Projects Adarna House - the Philippines’ leading youth literature publisher  Provides local content children’s books Bato Balani Foundation - the country’s premier education development materials provider  Provides textbooks and educational materials Synergeia foundation - the multi-awarded education reform movement that oversees over 150 local communities and their grassroots literacy programs  Provides literacy and education governance programs 7 Degrees of Change - a U.S. volunteer and book donor organization that focuses on providing quality books to Asia, educational services and scholarships  Provides international books Contact Us | Press Room Copyright 2012-2013 | Library Renewal Partnership LRP is a leading coalition of partners committed to empowering citizens through community-based learning. LBC foundation – corporate respinsibility arm of the leading logistics provide in the country  Provides materials transport and additional donations for remote communities
  • 8. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Future Projects Global Shapers Community – Manila Hub – an initiative of the World Economic forum led by young leaders who want to develop their leadership potential towards serving society and undertake local projects to improve their communities.  provides linkages and best practices to literacy, education materials, and public/private resources to advance community-based learning. Mano Amiga Academy - a leading international school for underprivileged children  provides teaching and literacy training and educational materials. Contact Us | Press Room Copyright 2012-2013 | Library Renewal Partnership National Bookstore – the Philippines’ leading bookstore chain and educational provider, with over 145 branches throughout the country.  Provides books and educational materials Asia Society Philippines – seeks to foster global awareness of and partnerships in the dynamic Asian region through education.  Philippines 21 fellowship has adopted LRP as a public service project with support via volunteers, books and educational materials Rotary – leading civic network of public and private leaders  Through Mandaue chapter, spearheads library development in Visayas and Minanao
  • 9. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Contact Us Our PPP Model enables us to build and sustain results: • LGU donates building • LGU provides overhead • LGU provides library staff • Partners and donors provide books and education materials • Partners provide Literacy program Local Government • 70 sq.m. area (min.) • Shelves • Chairs • Internet connection • Library overhead – Electricity – Library Staff salaries – Maintenance & repair Partners and Private Donors • 8,000 -10,000 volumes – 60% Filipino publications – 40% International • Literacy Program • Up to 5 computers • Photocopying machine • Multimedia (VCR, DVD, TV) • Décor and Artwork Contact Us | Press Room Copyright 2012-2013 | Library Renewal Partnership Provided for under Philippine Law
  • 10. Leveraging Resources
  • 11. KH&3C Knowledge Hubs Collaborative Community Clusters Municipal Library Barangay Library Barangay Library Barangay Library Public Schools, Community Partners and Residents Library Partners and Support Coalition National Library Provincial Library Reference: Yu, et al (2011)
  • 12. Strategic Interventions
  • 13. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Future Projects Currently, only 1 out of 10 students are able to graduate from university Females particularly at risk
  • 14. • Education infrastructure falling behind • Aptitude limited – Retention rates: 70% (English), 17% (Science), 7% (Math) • Literacy  Numeracy
  • 15. Uneven Growth… Source: National Economic Development Authority, Philippines
  • 16. Where we can start…
  • 17. We can do better… 88% or a Total of 49.2 Million Filipinos Read Even with a slight decline in the number of Filipino adult readers in the country, there is an enormous market and development opportunity in the Philippines.
  • 18. GDPe Group Development Punctuated equilibrium Reference: Tuckman (1965), Gersick (1989) Forming Storming Norming Performing Time Self-Reliance 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 750 municipal libraries 1000 municipal libraries 1497 municipal libraries (100%) 600 municipal libraries 550 municipal libraries 4000 barangay libraries (10%) 1000 barangay libraries 700 barangay libraries 600 barangay libraries 400 barangay libraries Current LRP intervention (200 libraries) Future LRP / Coalition programmes
  • 19. 2 years  2 months
  • 20. LRP vs. Status Quo 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Municipal Libraries LRP Supply chain model upgraded World Economic Forum Mano Amiga Academy LBC support Social Media Reach Volunteer Base National Bookstore Asia Society Philippines BATS-Rotary Rizal Conference
  • 21. Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Contact Us Books Work • Case Study: – Synergeia ARMM Village Reading Program • Dropout rate: 70% to 20% • Literacy rate: 10% to 53% Starting with 15 libraries in Aklan… • Kalibo Institute • Kalibo Municipal* • Wadeford School • Aklan Catholic College Law Library • St. Gabriel English School* • Makato Integrated School • St. Gabriel Community Center • Makato Day Care Centers (5) • Infant Jesus Academy* • Kalibo Special Elementary School • Malinao Municipal • Novaliches, Quezon City* • Laoag, Ilocos Norte* • Nueva Vizcaya (8) • Capiz (3) • Atimonan, Iloilo • Sta. Ana, Manila* • Lubuagan, Kalinga • Tinglayan, Kalinga • Pasil, Kalinga • Philippine Heart Center • Tondo, Manila* • Del Carmen, Siargao* • Besao, Mt. Province • Tiwi, Albay* • Sagada, Mt. Province (2) • Gubat, Sorsogon • Adams, Ilocos Norte • Talon-Talon, Zamboanga City* …Expanding Nationwide
  • 22. • Libon, Albay* • Hindang, Leyte* • Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro • Philippine General Hospital (3) • Mankayan, Benguet (2)* • Angat, Bulacan* • Tacloban, Leyte • Taguig, Metro Manila* • New Bilibid Prison, Muntinlupa • Tuguegarao, Cagayan • Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya • Paoay, Ilocos Norte (5) • Spratlys / Kalayaan Islands • Biñan, Laguna (2)* • Marawi, Lanao del Sur (2)* • Bago City, Negros Occidental * • Bonggao, Sulu • Silang, Cavite* • Sta. Cruz, Manila • Tacloban, Leyte • Adams, Ilocos Norte (2) • Tondo, Manila* 2013-2014 Libraries Each pilot library per province receives free educational materials from our partners. To know more, contact us! qp2@georgetown.edu Current Planned We are on track to reach our goal of 200 libraries; help make it a reality by partnering with us to build more: * with internet connection Over 80 partner libraries to date
  • 23. • Antipolo, Rizal* • Surallah, Cotabato* • Intramuros, Manila* • Cauayan, Isabela* • Mankayan, Benguet* • Arakan, Cotabato* • Legaspi, Albay* • Donsol, Sorsogon* • San Ysirro, Rizal* • UP-BLISS, QC* • West Crame, QC* • Mabalacat, Pampanga* • Iwahig, Palawan* • Binondo, Manila* • Bonggao, Tawi-Tawi 2015 Libraries ‘Oxford Under the Milky Way’, Yunli Song © • Colon, Cebu • Bogo, Cebu • Polillo, Quezon • Loyola Heights, QC • Concepcion, Tarlac • Nacar, Pangasinan • Libona, Bukidnon • Carles, Iloilo • Lumban, Laguna • Basco, Batanes • Forbes Park, Makati • Caliraya, Laguna • Where would you like to build one? *Turned over/operational
  • 24. Kalibo, Aklan Vision | Partners | Objectives | Motivation | Successes | Contact Us
  • 25. Contact Us | Press Room Copyright 2012-2013 | Library Renewal Partnership Tiwi, Albay
  • 26. Lubuangan, Kalinga
  • 27. Sagada, Mountain Province
  • 28. Adams, Ilocos Norte
  • 29. Novaliches, Quezon City
  • 30. Laoag, Ilocos Norte
  • 31. Sta. Ana, Manila
  • 32. Philippine Heart Center
  • 33. Philippine General Hospital
  • 34. New Bilibid Maximum Security Prison, Muntinlupa
  • 35. Gawad Kalinga Farm and Entrepreneur training library, Angat
  • 36. Binan, Laguna Library Hub
  • 37. Soar High Mobile Library, Marawi, Lanao del Sur
  • 38. Smokey Mountain, Tondo, Manila
  • 39. • Strengthen Indicators • Literacy • Livelihood • Health • Security • Governance • Surpass Targets • 200+ by 2020 • Strenghen barangay centres • Interconnection (DepEd Library Hub, National Library’s eLib) • Replicate Regionally • Myanmar, Pakistan, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Nepal Moving Forward
  • 40. Recognition
  • 41. www.librarypartners.com
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