Our Programs

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AAI is revitalizing public education
  •  AAI has created 24 Model of Excellence (MOE) Public Schools that serve more than 23,000 pupils
  • AAI's MOE elementary and high schools have a more-than-95% retention and graduation rate, compared to the less-than-50% regional average
  • AAI's MOE program has trained more than 500 teachers and school administrators
  • AAI's MOE schools are paired with sister schools in Manila and in the U.S. to solicit educational materials and promote intercultural friendship
Peace Mediation:
AAI's Peace programs serve communities affected by intercultural and religious conflicts

  • In Sulu, AAI's emphasis on grassroots education and livelihood projects has helped persuade guerrilla fighters to peacefully integrate into society
  •  AAI Catalysts for Peace project has more than 500 interfaith college volunteers providing relief in armed conflict zones
  • Trauma Healing programs have trained more than 200 community leaders serving more than 10,000 Christian and Muslim families displaced by violence

AAI's unique Livelihood Development programs are improving public education and building economic infrastructure
  • The Gardens of Peace program creates food self-sufficiency through schools and farming cooperatives in Mindanao war zones
  • Fruits of Hope has prevented armed conflict in Sulu and Central Mindanao through a farm-to-market program for local farmers
  • A women's literacy and livelihood program has aided more than 125 families
  • Fisheries production and seaweed farmers programs at Mindanao State University have trained more than 500 fisheries families
Since 2002, AAI has provided more than $15 million in donated medical supplies to provinces that lacked all categories of public health
  • Seven tons of medicine and hospital equipment were acquired to serve more than 500,000 people
  • AAI's Cancer Treatment for the Poor program targets services for up to 1,000 cancer victims of all ages
  • Donated medical care was made available to more than 100,000 refugees and displaced persons throughout the Mindanao war zones
  • Clean water and sanitation are being made available to communities that have the highest levels of infant and child mortality