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The classroom shortage is a real problem. Every day, thousands of Filipino children still
go to school without a proper classroom. They study in cramped environments or under
the heat of the sun, resulting in lower grades and lower engagement levels.

are needed to be built to bridge the gap on classroom deficits in the Philippines 1

are categorized by DepEd as condemnable and in poor state of repair 2

can generate beween $10 to $15 increase in GDP 3

Sources:
1. Department of Education Adopt-A-School Program. (2015)
2. World Bank. (2016). Assessing Basic Education Service Delivery in the Philippines (Report no. AUS799).
3. UNESCO. (2012). Education for All Global Monitoring Report.

RETAIL PARTNERS
sell Hope as part of
their commitment
to public school

CUSTOMERS
support nation building
by buying Hope in a Bottle

of HOPE’s profits from this
drink go to building
public school classrooms

CLASSROOMS
are identified, built,
and donated through DepEd’s
Adopt-a-School Program

RETAIL PARTNERS
sell Hope as part of
their commitment
to public school

CUSTOMERS
support nation building
by buying Hope in a Bottle

of HOPE’s profits from this
drink go to building
public school classrooms

CLASSROOMS
are identified, built,
and donated through DepEd’s
Adopt-a-School Program