A generation of out-of-school youth and

adult learners who are nurtured to become

self-sufficient, independent and productive

citizens of the country through an

Alternative Learning System (ALS) of education that

reaches out to the underserved and marginalized

sectors of the society.



Ensure the delivery of effective and

efficient education services that:

empower Out-of-School Youth and Adults (OSYAs)

through reentry to formal schooling;

steer all learners regardless of

age, gender, religion and social status

to become self-sufficient, independent,

and productive citizens;

strengthen the participation of internal and

external stakeholders for the holistic

development of every learner; and

support the realization of the

national Education For All (EFA) goals of

the Department of Education.