The development of the UP Diliman Supply and Property Management Office (UPD SPMO) Common-use Supplies and Equipment (CSE) Portal was initially conceived as a project of the 2018 ASPIRE Training for process streamlining and improvement.
In response to the advent of technology and the need to provide Filipinos with efficient access to information mechanisms, the FOI-PMO developed the electronic Freedom of Information (eFOI) Portal (www.foi.gov.ph). The platform allows users to request government information, track their requests, and receive the information they requested online.
The project reconnected kids and youth with lessons that were not discussed in class, prepared learners for their next grade level, assisted parents with the productivity of their children, and allowed both students and teachers gain experience in using the online learning modality.
To address the very low rating of Licensure Examination Test (LET) passers from the College of Education of the Bukidnon State University (BukSU), the college started the Advisorship, Summative, Adopt an Area, Mentoring (ASAM) Initiative.
The Adopt-A-Child Program was inspired by the Padugo/Padigo system, in which neighbors help one another by setting aside a portion of their meal to give it to neighboring houses. It is a form of bayanihan, a Filipino tradition.
The Pinamalayan Community eCenter (CeC) is a hub, run by the Municipal Government of Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro, that empowers communities by bridging the digital divide through e-literacy training and ICT services.