About

The Beginning…

This family ministry started with outreach programs in different barangays.  In this picture was the soup kitchen arranged in Cavite which was approximately a decade past.

Realizing that a stronger impact can be had with a focused effort, the concept behind Takdang Aralan – a community library where kids and the youth can come together for fun and learning – was formed.

Takdang Aralan is a term inspired by the Tagalog word for homework — takdang aralin.

Onayd & Arlene

It is said that it takes a village to raise a child. But what will it take if the task is to raise the next generation?

We asked, and you responded.

Thank you to the kind hearts who generously support Takdang Aralan with their time, talent and treasures. When everyone opens his hands (and hearts), there is indeed a lot to go around.

Turn of events pushed us to change location and the clear direction was to put it up in Bicol.

We started building the library  in a community within Camalig, Albay. Baranggay Quirangay is within the 6 km radius of Mayon Volcano.

In June 2013 the youth center formally opened its doors to the children and teachers of the nearest elementary school. Shown in the pictures are the kids along with a DepEd ALS representative and some barangay officials as we explain what Takda can offer them.

And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man

Luke 2:52

we desire to help the children grow in WISDOM , STATURE , and in good relationship with GOD and man. 

Meet our Educators

Diane Nunez

Teacher-Missionary

Diane is passionate in her calling as an educator.  With her training at the Univeristy of Sto Tomas-Legazpi  on Early Child Development,  she is more than qualified to handle the younger students.

Lizalyn Osayta

Teacher-Missionary

Lizalyn or Sally is a seasoned educator with teaching experiences locally and abroad.  She earned her education degree from Divine Word College.