AFFLIP ANNUAL REPORTS

ANNUAL REPORT 2019 - 2020

CHAIR: ALASTAIR DOUGLAS

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A warm welcome to the AFFLIP Annual Report 2019-20. It gives me great pleasure to share the achievements of the past year on behalf of the Board and our colleagues in the Philippines.  During the past financial year two Board delegations visited Talomo. Roger Saunders and John Erskine conducted a detailed evaluation of our scholarships program in August 2019 and Max Greenwood and I worked with our Talomo colleagues to evaluate all flagship programs in February/March this year. Max also focused on Literacy and Reading, conducting workshops, meetings, and classroom observations. Both delegations were very productive with many highlights, specially the opportunity to visit schools and talk to pupils, parents, and teachers.  Read more....

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Mabuhay and welcome to my third report as Chair of AFFLIP.  AFFLIP has been operating since 2011 and this Annual Report provides an overview of AFFLIP’s activities and operations during the twelve-month period 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019. The Board currently consists of 12 South Australian educators and two Patrons, the Hon Greg Crafter, former Minister of Education in the Bannon Labor Government and Alan Reid, Emeritus Professor at the University of South Australia and a prominent Australian educator. The Hon Stephen Baker, former Treasurer and Deputy Premier in the Brown Liberal Government stepped down from his role as Patron in February 2019 and on behalf of the Board and members thank him for his ongoing support and wise counsel over many years.  Read more....

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Welcome to my second report as Chair of AFFLIP.  AFFLIP has been operating since 2011 and this Annual Report provides an overview of AFFLIP’s activities and operations during the twelve-month period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.  The Board currently consists of 11 South Australian educators.  AFFLIP has two Patrons, the Hon Greg Crafter, former Minister of Education in the Bannon Labor Government; and the Hon Stephen Baker, former Treasurer and Deputy Premier in the Brown Liberal Government. AFFLIP has no paid employees but plenty of willing volunteers. At the time of writing this report we have 374 members who have assisted us to raise $60,928.  Read more....

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AFFLIP has been operating for almost six years and this Annual Report provides an overview of AFFLIP’s activities and operations during the twelve-month period July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.
The Board consists of 13 South Australian educators.  AFFLIP has two Patrons, the Hon Greg Crafter, former Minister of Education in the Bannon Labor Government; and the Hon Stephen Baker, former Treasurer and Deputy Premier in the Brown Liberal Government. AFFLIP has no paid employees but plenty of willing volunteers.  Read more....

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AFFLIP is no longer a fledgling organisation. This Chairperson’s report is written during AFFLIP’s fifth year of operation, and during that time, AFFLIP has consolidated its programs and extended its impact. AFFLIP’s work is based on a philosophy and approaches which, in my view, are unique. As we conclude our milestone fifth year, it is an appropriate time to revisit these.  Read more......

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AFFLIP has nearly completed its fourth year of operation, and continues to make a significant contribution to the education of young Filipinos in the fifteen Talomo District elementary public schools in Davao City, Mindanao.  Read more.....

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AFFLIP has now completed its third year of operation, and continues to make a significant contribution to the education of young Filipinos in the fifteen Talomo District elementary public schools in Davao City, Mindanao.  Read more.....

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AFFLIP has been operating for almost two years. In that short period, it has marked up many achievements consistent with its central aim: to make a contribution to the education of young Filipinos living in some of the poorest areas of the Asia-Pacific Region.  Read more....