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Adult education and indigenous peoples in the Philippines

  • April 2000

Adult education programs for indigenous peoples in The Philippines used to be the monopoly of the church, mainly the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches. Indigenous peoples were given basic literacy training to enable them to write their names. Numeracy was also given importance to prevent the people from being cheated of their products by non-indigenous traders. To uplift the economic situation of the people, the church included the formation of cooperatives and training in agricultural techniques in their programmes.

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  • Author/Editor: Fiagoy, Geraldine L.; King, Linda
  • Adult education and indigenous peoples in the Philippines
  • UIE
    , 2000
  • Available in: English