Vulnerable Groups

Ilocos Norte town uses TriBike to deliver modules to SPED learners

LGUs can find innovative ways to ensure that special education learners can still continue their education despite the ongoing pandemic.

The municipal government of Vintar in the province of Ilocos Norte is using a three-wheeled bike to deliver modules to Special Education (SPED) Learners.

Called “Tribike Module Delivery”, this aims to cater to the needs of these learners who are enrolled under the Learning Continuity Plan of the Department of Education Schools Division of Ilocos Norte.

About 42 enrollees with different disabilities are enrolled under the SPED program.

A tribike is seen on duty regularly at the Florentino Camaquin Integrated School (FCIS) in Vintar town.

Vintar provides support to their goal of promoting quality education and services to learners with disabilities (LWDs) especially in this time of pandemic brought by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Moreover, the fund is also utilized in extending its support to the ongoing programs of the said school specifically the Community Based-Rehabilitation Program, in partnership with the Mariano Marcos State University in Batac City, by purchasing needed materials and equipment such as gym ball, trampoline, dumbbells, balancers, stationary bikes, and walkers.

Interestingly, each SPED learner is given a monthly allowance of P500.00 for which the parents of the learners are grateful for the financial assistance from the local government.

Article on Tribike Module Delivery
This project is supported by The Asia Foundation in cooperation with the Department of the Interior and Local Government.
Experience designed by Limitless Lab.