Education Program aims that every indigent family in Payatas and Lucena is self-sustaining and has access to a quality education.
Education Program has two components: Scholarship and Tutorial.

Azkals -Lucena Cup2015 (5)Scholarship

• Provide basic school needs to over 300 scholars: uniforms, tuition and fees, school supplies, and allowances.
• Deliver seminars, workshops to enhance personal and psycho-social development.


• The Kumon Program, implemented in partnership with Kumon Philippines, aims at developing student’s skills in Math, enabling them to solve advance Mathematical concepts.

For this school year 2015-2016, we aim to increase the number of the scholars with 83% and above average grade in their report cards from 80% last year to 82% at the end of this school year.



Elementary-Php3,000  High School-Php4,000 College-Php15,000


Benefits during school year, for an elementary scholar worth Php3,000.00:

Breakdown of expenses

  • Bags, shoes, school supplies, uniforms - Php1,400.00
  • School Fees -Php300.00
  • Allowances -Php300.00 (Php150.00 August and February)
  • Tutorial- PHp450.00
  • Seminars and Activities- Php400.00
  • Admin Share- (5%) Php150.00


High School-Php4,000

Benefits during school year, for a high school scholar worth Php4,000.00:

Breakdown of expenses

  • Bags, shoes, school supplies, uniforms - Php1,400.00
  • School Fees -Php300.00
  • Allowances -Php1,000.00 (Php250.00 August, November, January and March)
  • Tutorial- PHp500.00
  • Seminars and Activities- Php500.00
  • Admin Share- (5%) Php200.00


Benefits of during school year, for a college scholar worth Php15,000.00:

Breakdown of expenses

  • Tuition Fees Php10,000.00
  • Transportation, Uniforms, Shoes and Books Allowances Php4,000.00
  • Admin Share - Php1,000.00 (6.67%)


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Payatas is a depressed area in Quezon City where poverty, lack of basic health care, malnutrition, unemployment and lack of access to good education are some of the basic and most important challenges for the community. Most of the residents fall below the poverty level, living harsh conditions in the depressed areas. It also has the fastest growing population in the city. The composition of the population is generally young. Its elementary school age population (6 to 12 years old) comprises to 44% and its secondary age population (13 to 16 years old) comprises 25% of the total population with educational institutions consisting only of five public elementary schools, four private elementary schools, one public high school and three private high schools. This community was handled by the missionaries of The Sons of Divine Providence who held the pastoral care since 1999.

Human development and evangelization are essential components of missionary task of the Church. The first step of the program was to start the scholarship program last 1992 for 200 students of elementary and high school from the poorest families. It has organized an “Education for All Project” under the coordination of the Mother of Divine Providence Parish. It has a scholarship program for 420 elementary and high school students from the poorest families. The scholarship program however is no guarantee that the students will enroll in college after they graduate in high school. Their chances are severely constrained by the poor quality of their formal education, inadequate access to instructional materials, and the likelihood of performing poorly in national achievement tests. One component of this “Education for All Project” is the Blessed Luigi Orione Library and Computer Center. It is a learning center that houses library, computer and informal training centers. It was established to enhance the knowledge and potentials of students, parents, teachers, volunteers and other members of Payatas community.

In 2007,  the "Education for All Project" became Education Program of PAOFI. PAOFI Education Program has two components: Scholarship and Tutorial. It has been active in Barangay Payatas in Quezon City, and in 2011 has extended the humanitarian work to Barangay Dalahican and Talao-Talao in Lucena City.