Paul Staples and Lolita Staples, together with student-journalists from Cristo Rey High School led by BYUH alumnus Kit Nadado visited the property IHHELPP purchased in Camiling, Tarlac as the site for the future technical-vocational trade school.
The property covers 1.7 verdant hectares of land alongside McArthur highway in Camiling, Tarlac.
"This is a good and wide place to start our trade school,” said Paul Staples. “I know it will help a lot of students in the future.”
The proposed technical-vocational trade school will offer a variety of courses like Compressed Earth Blocks (CEB's) and Structural Insulated Panel (SIP's) production, welding, and culinary arts.
This project supports IHHELPP’s vision for education and will provide jobs for the community.
Edgil Rotarla and Alice Rodejero are volunteer-writers from Cristo Rey High School in the Philippines.