Children are the future, and through education, we can invest in a good future not only for the future generations, but for the country and the world as well.
In order to make a world free from poverty and achieve development culturally, economically and socially, the United Nations created the Millennium Development Goals as a systemic action plan for eradicating poverty and prepare students for the workplace by 2015.
This presentation aims to introduce Filipinos to the second Millennium Development Goal, and encourage active participation in addressing the issue of school dropouts and illiteracy, in achieving this goal of universal primary education around the world.
A school project by students of the De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, in Muntinlupa City, Philippines; for the fulfilment of requirements in Social Studies, Technology and Livelihood Education, and Christian Living; under the supervision of Ms. May Lubuguin, Ms. Bambie Ranas, and Victoria Honrada, Ed.D.. Shot and recorded with an iPhone 4S, iPad mini, and Sony Cybershot DSC-T77. Edited with iMovie 9.0.9, on an iMac with OS X Mavericks. Some footage taken from the commercial of One Laptop Per Child. Credits to Sophomore - B for acting as extras.