ISU for Sustainability

Embracing SDGs towards Quality Education and Academic Experience in the Countryside

2022 – Reports| SDG 1 – No Poverty

As an academic institution, ISU profoundly understands the pivotal role of education in defining the lives of every determined individual as they make their ways in their respective communities. ISU believes in the promising opportunity of education in empowering people against their respective predicaments. Hence, investing in people and young minds produces rippling effects for community empowerment, thereby reducing intergenerational poverty incidences.

University Anti-Poverty Programs

Starting Academic Year 2018-2019, the Isabela State University is one of the implementers of 𝙁𝙍𝙀𝙀 𝙃𝙄𝙂𝙃𝙀𝙍 π™€π˜Ώπ™π˜Ύπ˜Όπ™π™„π™Šπ™‰ π™‹π™π™Šπ™‚π™π˜Όπ™ˆ under the Republic Act 10931 or Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (UAQTEA). All undergraduate students enrolled in the University are π™›π™§π™šπ™š of charge in payment of 𝙩π™ͺπ™žπ™©π™žπ™€π™£, π™’π™žπ™¨π™˜π™šπ™‘π™‘π™–π™£π™šπ™€π™ͺ𝙨, 𝙖𝙣𝙙 π™€π™©π™π™šπ™§ π™¨π™˜π™π™€π™€π™‘ π™›π™šπ™šπ™¨. In 2022, the university has a total population of 39, 563 students from both undergraduate and graduate programs wherein 37,729 of them are not paying their tuition fees and other miscellaneous fees. From the total enrollees of 31,063 students belong to lower middle class which accounts to a majority of 78.52%.

The goal of RA 10931 is to provide priority to the most underprivileged students to pursue and complete Tertiary Education Programs in the University. In 2022, there are 31,063 students who belong to the low-income family and there are 6,531 or 21.03% total number of graduates who belong to the low-income family.

Implementation of Free Higher Education Act

Isabela State University is one of the best implementers of Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) under Rule IV of the Republic Act 10931 or the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act. This is a grant-in-aid program of the government that supports the cost of tertiary education of Filipino students. The financial benefits of TES grantees amounting to 20,000.00 every semester is intended for books, supplies, transportation, miscellaneous, personal expenses, including a reasonable allowance for the documented rental or purchase of personal computer or laptop and other education-related expenses, allowance for room and board costs incurred by the student. For a beneficiary with disability, additional 15,000 every semester will be given to them as allowance or expenses related to the student’s disability, including special services, personal assistance, transportation, equipment, and supplies that are reasonably incurred. For a student-grantee in a program requiring professional license or certification, the one-time cost of obtaining the first professional credentials or qualifications amounting to 10,000 which may include notarial fees, review classes fees, insurance premium fees, and documentation fees.


The Office of Students Affairs and Services (OSAS) established different mechanisms to support the students and to ensure that these students have the necessary support to succeed academically and to graduate on time, the university implemented the following initiatives and programs:

1.1 List of Scholarship Opportunities

The University aspires for more inclusive, high-quality education and leadership development as part of its sustainability effort. For financially disadvantaged students who exhibit academic brilliance, leadership potential, and sportsmanship, we provide a range of financial aid and scholarships.

University Sponsored

Based on Board Resolution No. 65, s. 2028, the Isabela State University Scholarship Unit offers merit scholarship programs to its deserving students in accordance with the policies and guidelines of the University. It is now a standing policy of the university that those merit scholars with entitlements of free tuition and/or miscellaneous fees shall be given the cash incentives accrued to them as per assessment of their fees.

No.University Sponsored
1Athletes Scholarship
2Academic Scholarship
3Entrance Scholarship with Highest Honor
4Faculty Employee Assistantship
5ROTC Officer Scholarship
6Socio-Cultural Scholarship
7Student Organization Scholarship
8Student Publication Scholarship

Government Sponsored (Financial/Educational Assistance)

Aside from Free Tuition Fee and Miscellaneous Fee offered by the government, there are different educational assistance programs given by various government agencies such as Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Department of Agriculture (DA), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Department of Health (DOH), Congressional Educational Assistance and Municipal Educational Assistance. These educational assistance programs offered by the government is being availed and enjoyed by thousands of students in the entire university system. The main purpose of these grants is to further assist students who belong to economically challenged families to complete their Tertiary Education Programs in the University. In addition, the Isabela State University (ISU) is one of the partner Universities of the Province of Isabela in the implementation of Bojie-Rodito Opportunities Education Assistance Program (BRO-Ed). With BRO-Ed, every farmer-family is guaranteed a college scholarship slot as a special assistance to small farmers who dream of having at least one college graduate in the family. This aims at reducing the financial burdens of farmers in the education of their children, motivating them towards greater productivity.

No.Government Sponsored (Financial/Educational Assistance)
1Agricultural Training Institute Scholarship Program
2BRO for Education Scholarship Program
3CHED CSP Scholarship Program
4CHED TDP-TES Scholarship Program
5CHED-TAP Scholarship Program
6Cong. Inno Dy Financial Assistance
7DA Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund
8DAT – TESDA Scholarship Program
9Department of Health Scholarship (DOH) Scholarship Program
10DOST Scholarship
11LEADS AGRI Scholarship Program
12Municipal Educational Assistance
13SIDA-SGP (Sugarcane) Scholarship Program
14Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) Scholarship Program

Private/Non-Government Sponsored Scholarship

To help more students to finish their Tertiary Education Program, the University partners with different private companies and foundation through memorandum of agreement by offering as scholarship program.

No.Private/ Non-Government Sponsored
1Bright Scholarship
2Gregorio P. Uy and Lee Peng Scholarship Foundation Inc.

1.2 Student Assistantship Program

The Isabela State University offers Student Assistantship Program (SAP) which is given to students who render emergency or temporary services to acquire training and gain extra income especially those students who fall into the bottom 20% of household income.

1.3 Student Loan Program

Based on the Board Resolution No. 91 series of 2003 or the establishment of a Student Loan Program (SLP), all bonafide students can avail this loan to aid them in their school needs such as payment in their school project/s, allowances, payment of boarding house and among others.

1.4 Free Wi-Fi and Electricity Bill for Student Occupants

The Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) initiated the free Wi-Fi and electricity bill for student occupants. This program guarantees that all students, regardless of their financial situation, have equal access to digital resources, online classes, and research materials.

1.5 Free Transport Bikes

The free transport bikes for ISU students aim to reduce the impact of poverty by removing transportation expenses as a hindrance to their education. The transport bikes are available for use at designated bike stations near the campus’ main gate, colleges, and student dormitories, providing easily accessible transportation for students. The transportation bikes are expected to enhance the mobility and accessibility of the university community, while simultaneously reducing the carbon footprint associated with conventional modes of transportation.

1.6 Free Legal Assistance

Through Board Resolution No. 60 series of 2022, the University established a Legal Aid Clinic. The general goal of the program is to legally empower local communities, especially the students from low-income families, by making justice more accessible to them while in the process continue to uphold the principles of social justice, rule of law, and humanity.

Relationship with NGOs and government agencies and Conduct of Livelihood Programs to the Community

The University is anchored on a philosophy that is open and ready to provide services for the people especially for the underserved, deprived and marginalized. The University offers various assistance and conducts mentorship and training-workshop to identified local communities which is an intervention or mechanism for the target participants to start a sustainable business. One of the programs conducted is Capacity Building on Livelihood Training on the Production of Supplementary Mixed Foods Fortified with CPHP which aims to increase the capability of the men and women beneficiaries of Barangay Salvacion, Echague, Isabela on research based-food product and home care product processing and provide an alternative source of income. The University also conducted Tomato Talk: Empowering Women in Tomato Producing Communities Through Entrepreneurship. The project enables the members of the Roxas West Ladies Tomato Industry (RoxWeLTI) to embark on sustainable production of various tomato food products and to be able to promote and commercialize these.

The Isabela State University (ISU) also organized different trainings and programs to better assist communities in improving their basic services for the people in the locality. The Pangkabuhayan ng mga Ilaw ng Tahanan: Tulong sa Haligi ng Tahanan para sa Pag-angat ng Pamilya provides free training for eco bag crafting, sewing, cutting and printing, and business opportunities and livelihood. In 2022, the University conducted a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program for Grade 1 pupils of Carikkikan Norte, City of Ilagan to provide an effective and sustainable source of nutritional meals to improve their health and welfare and to equip them with basic knowledge on food and nutrition.

In addition, the University implemented different extension programs to local communities to aid and provide start-up of financially and socially sustainable businesses through mentorship programs, training workshops, and access to university facilities.

1Technology Demonstration and Promotion of Rice-based Crop Diversification for Food Security30,900.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
2Encouraging Sustainable Production and Consumption through Establishment of a Farmers Market50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
3Enhancing the Competence of the College of Agriculture as Extension Provider in ISU Echague Adopted Barangay30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
4Livelihood Skills Development Program for Women in Calamity Affected Areas of ISU Echague Adopted Barangays30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
5Enhancing the Livestock production of the Smallholder30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
6Strengthening the Capability of the Livestock Raisers in ISU Newly Recognize Adopted Barangays30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
7Enhancement of Processed Cacao Products And By-Products Towards Commercial Production Through Capacity Building17,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
9Livelihood Training on the Production of Supplementary Mixed Foods in Barangay Salvacion, Echague, Isabela25,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
10R2R (RECREATE TO RELIEVE) A recreation Program for Camp Melchor Dela Cruz Offices’ Staff.24,500.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
11TEACH AND PROVIDE: EXTENSION TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (Teach and Provide: A Literacy training Program for Parents of the Adopted barangays of the College of Education16,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
12TEACH AND PROVIDE: EXTENSION TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (Teach and provide: A Leadership Training Program for SK Officials of Barangay San Fabian16,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
13TEACH AND PROVIDE: EXTENSION TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (Gabay-turo kina Nanay at Tatay: Training on Principles of Teaching)35,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
14The Project Gauge (Gist in Appraising the Universities Gains from Extension13,500.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
15Project 4K (Kalinga sa Kalusugan at Kaginhawaan para sa Kaisipan) Community & Population-Based Support Project for Mental Health and Wellness19,500.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
16Knowledge enhancement on Agripreneurship, Business Skills, and Technology (KABSAT) Program: Capacity Initiatives for Community Development30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
17Enhancing Livelihood of Cacao Farmers Community through Extension and Training Activities: Cacao and Saba Plantation, Production and Processing for the Active and Retired Soldiers, Rebel Returnees and dependents.20,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
18Development and Processing of Cacao By-Products as Alternative Livelihood Enterprise for Selected 4Ps Beneficiaries of the Adopt-A-Barangay of ISU Echague Campus20,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
20Capacity Building Program for farmers and Community-Based Cooperatives18,950.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
21Mentoring of Senior High School Students7,300.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
22Cooperative Development Program7,300.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
23Capability Building Program of Business Enterprises in the Municipality of Echague, Isabela7,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
24Strengthening the capabilities of adopted Barangays of Isabela State University10,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
25Development of Training Materials and Conduct of Training Series for Irrigators’ Association Members on Establishment of Model Farm for sustainable Agriculture15,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
26TEACH AND PROVIDE: EXTENSION TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (A Livelihood Training for Unemployed Women of Barangay San Fabian, Isabela37,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
27Capability Building on the Beautification of ISU as Agro Tourism Farm Site in Partnership with the 502 Brigade, Philippine Army Camp Melchor F. Dela Cruz (Annex), Barangay Soyung, Echague, Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
28Barangay Healthdisisyon: Barangay Health ICT Empowerment to the 4th District of Isabela15,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
29TechnoSalin for the Men & Women of Select SUC Communities25,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
30Empowering Farmers through the Implementation of Lupa @Ani: Agricultural Land and Commodities Management System with Mobile Notification25,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
31Promoting Transparency in Local Government Units through Implementation of Web-based Public Assistance and Complaints Desk Information System (PACDIS)16,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
32Empowering Senior Citizens through Implementation of Mobile-based Notification and Automated Senior Citizens’ Management Information System25,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
33Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Empowerment Project for Ugad National School (UNHS)14,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
34Community assessment on goat raising communities in the Municipalities of Echague and Jones, Isabela and provision of interventions under the Adopt-a-barangay program.30,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
35Roll-out of goat production technologies thru Farmer Livestock School on Goat Enterprise Management25,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
36Training on Production of Smoked Tilapia and Tilanggit for COVID-19 affected Residences in Echague, Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
37Instructional Material Development Training for Pre-Service Teachers of the College of Education and DepEd Teachers-Students of the Central Graduate School of Isabela State University50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
38Gabay-Turo kina Nanany at Tatay: Training on Principles of Teaching at Home for Mengal Women-parents50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
39Establishment of Alternative Livelihood for the Indigenous Community of IKAT, DDM, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
40Capacity Building on Livelihood Training on the Production of Supplementary Mixed Foods Fortified with CPHP for Barangay Salvacion Echague, Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
41Strengthening Livelihood Towards Sustainable Development Training Program for the 513TH Engineering Construction (Nasiglat) Batallion, 51ST Engineering Brigade, Philippine Army Camp Melchor F. Dela Cruz (Annex), Brgy. Soyung, Echague, Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
42Capability Building on Livelihood (BIDANI-PNEA’s) Recipes Utilizing Research-Based Supplementary Mixed Food, Cacao, Turmeric, Malunggay and Home Care Products Processing50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
43Community Empowerment for Faciolosis Control in Jones of Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022- December 2022
1SAVE OUR SPECIES (SOS0) : Communicating Conservation thru the DDCL MFI 2021-2023 Communication Education and Public Awareness (CEPA) Campaign Support for the Establishment of Sanctuaries for Threatened Species in Northeast Luzon50,000.00GAA 101January 2021- December 2023
2Project CARED  (Caring for the Retied, elderly and People with Disability)50,000.00SB 164January 2021- December 2022
3Multimedia Programming and Podcasting: The Reinvention of Radio25,000.00SB 164January 2021- December 2022
4Development of MASSIPI Watersshed as Cabagan Agri-Ecotourism Park: ISUC-LGU Partnership Project50,000.00SB 164January 2021-December 2023
5Kawayanihan Para sa Kaligtasan, Kapaligiran at Pang-Kabuhayan ni Juan50,000.00SB 164March 2021-February 2022
6Achieving Resilient, Sustainable and Poductive Ecosystems and Livelihood through Climate Resilient Technologies50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
7Tomato Talk: Empowering in Tomato Producing Communities Through Entrepreneurship50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
8Usapang Pang-Kaunlaran sa Himpapawid Sayatipikong Pagtalakay sa Larangan Agrikultura, Kapaligiraan, Sosyal at iba pa34,600.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
9Development of Sustainable High Value Vegetable Production in Cabagan, Isabea Gulyan sa Barangay Towards Food Security Amidst COVID-1950,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
10ISU on Peace & Order and Public Safety (POPS) of LGU -Cabagan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
11Project REFOCUS: Refocusing Efforts through Technology Support and Livelihood for Development49,400.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
12Project Red:  Redesigning Workflow towards a Sustainable Efficient School Ecosystem25,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
13Pagkakabute Para sa Magandang Buhay: An Alternative Livelihood Program30,059.00SB 164June-July 2022
14Ist Povincial Research Proposal and Publication Writeshop in the Fields of Biological Sciences and Allied Sciences (DNAS-CDCAS-ISU DETS in cooperation with BIOTA Phil Inc.)50,000.00SB 164Apr-22
15Competency Enhancement on Basic Microscopy & Laboratory Techniques of Senior High Science Teachers in Isabela50,000.00SB 164June-July 2022
16Psychological First and Training-Workshop: A Response in the New Normal30,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
17Publish and Profit: Training and Coaching Aspiring Faculty Researchers on Research Publishing46,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
18Adopt-A-School Program50,000.00SB 1642018-2022
19Entrepreneurial Development Program on Garments, Handicrafts and Candle Making50,000.00SB 164March 2022-December 2022
20Upgrading Skills for Catering Business Among Members of Cabagan  Green Ladies Association and Entrepreneurship50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
21Livelihood Skills Development Project: Basic to intermediate baking skills transfer50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
22Training in Organic Agriculture Regulations and Participatory Guarantee System40,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
23Capability Building of Small Farmers thru Agricultural Crops Production NC II Training50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
24Promotion of Sustainable Rice Production System in Rain-fed Areas thru Participatory Technology Demonstration in Sta. Maria and Tumauini, Isabela50,000.00SB 164April 2022-November 2022
25Skills Upgrading Program for Rice Farmers under Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
26Empowering Rice Farmers thru training on Production of High-Quality Inbred Rice, Seed Certification and Farm Mechanism under System of Rice Intensification (SRI)50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
27Empowering Rice Farmers  through training on AgroEntrepreneurship NC II and Book Keeping NC III under Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
28Rice Productivity Value Chain Upgrading Skills Training for Rice Farmer under Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
29Empowering Dairy Raisers in Cabagan, Isabela through Dairy Production and Processing Training50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
30Empowering Animal Raisers of Tumauini, Isabela through Animal Production and Animal Healthcare and Management50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
31Capacitating Community People Through a Training Program for Local Government Units and Peoples Organization of Northern Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
32Articulating Electoral Interest of Grassroots Organization through Existing Extension Network towards Electoral Agenda50,000.00SB 164January-July 2022
33Community Learning Tech Hubs in Northern Isabela: Creating Equity and Access to Education
34Capacitating Community People through Trainings and Technical Assistance for Local Governement Units (LGUs) and Peoples Organizations (Pos) of Isabela and Cagayan
1Bayle Kultura De Isabela : A Dance -Training Workers of the Different Cultural Dances of Isabela for the Performance of LGU Cauayan City and Non Government Organization49,950.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
2One CBM Community Empowerment50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
3Pato Manok at Gulay, Maka-kabuteng Pangkabuhayan 50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
4Public Order, Law Intervention and Community Empowerment An-Extension-Based Project for Community Development50,000.00SB 164January 2022-January 2024
5Tulong Dunong sa Kawaning Gobyerno ng Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 3, 2022-December 31, 2022
6Establishment of Laboratory for Pure Culture and Mushroom Production for Extension and Commercial Production50,000.00SB 164January 2021-January 2024
7AMBISYON  2030: Transforming the Depressed,Oppressed, Poor and Exploited (DOPE) Communities in the Province of Isabela50,000.00SB 164February 2021-February 2023
8Munting Paaralan-Scaffolding Young People Towards Holistic Development: An Extension Program of the College of Education, Isabela State University Cauayan Campus50,000.00SB 164
9Paghahandog ng CaSerbisyong Panlipunan  sa Drug at Youth Reformists ng Balay Silangan at Bahay Pag-asa sa Sitio Manalpaan, San Pablo, Cauayan City, Isabela 50,000.00SB 164
10Partnership Among Local Resource Intitutes (POLARIS)50,000.00SB 164January 2021-December 2022
11Integrated and Mutual Police and Academe Collaboration (IMPAC): ISU Cauayan RDET Initiatives for PNP Cauayan City50,000.00SB 164January 2021-Decemebr 2022
1Barangay Health Workers Training on Chronic and Acute Body Pain Phase 250,000.00SB 164January 2022-August 2022
2PFA for AFP: Capacitating the Soldiers with Skills in Responding to their Psychological Needs in the aftermath of war.20,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
3Barangay Healthcare Worker Literacy Program50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
4Komyunidad Linangin,TradeTraining Dalhin: A Community Empowerment Project Amidst COVID Pandemic Through Short-Term Trade-Technical Trainings in the Adopted Barangays of ISU-Ilagan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
5Revisit “Adopt A Church Project”50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
6SOM BHEST (Strengthening Obstetric for Mothers in the Barangay for Healthcare Enhancement and Sustenance)40,000.00SB 164February 2022-December 2022
7Project BeCAHS (Beauty Care & Hair Services) Enhancement Training50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
8The Project SPEAR: Acing Health and Fitness50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
9Fostering Information Technology and Technical training Skills via Job opportunities in the Barangays (FITTS-JOBs)50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
10Ibahagi ang Talino ng IT: Developing Resilient Community and of barangay Mangcuram, City of Ilagan, Isabela to New Normal Learning Environment50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
11Empower Women by Handicraft and Clothing Up-cycling Training50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
12Puno ng Malunggay sa Barangay50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
13Towards a Research Responsive Teachers (TARRT) Writing and Conducting Research Capability Building50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
14Project TEACH (Train Every Abandoned Child: a Journey Towards Life Skills & Wellness50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
15Lingkod Bayan Bayanihan 1.0: A collaborative Project for the Capability Building Enhancement of ISU-Stakeholders59,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
16Kabataang Ilagueno Linangin para sa Organisadong Serbisyo at Pangkabuhayan Asensado: an Education and Livelihood skills Training Program to Empower the Sanguniang Kabataan of the City of Ilagan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
17Competency Program: Building A Scientist Empire Through Research Technical Know-How & Advancement in Higher Education45,900.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
18Gabay sa Unang Lakbay Program: a Collaborative Project of ISUI Faculty and Students’ Body Organizations for Grade 1 Pupils50,000.00SB 164Januay 2022-October 2022
19Hands-on Learning Enhancement Program (HELP): A Community- Based Learning Intervention for Elementary Pupils by ISU-Ilagan Pre-Service Teachers48,750.00SB 164
20ISU-AKAP (ISU-katuparan ang akayat at Pagkalinga): A healthy & Wellness Program For Senior Citizens in the City of Ilagan50,000.00SB 164March 2022-December 2022
21Project 1: From Rags to Riches: Environmental awareness and Wastes Management Techniques for a Livelihood Enterprise50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
22Education and Skills Training for the Public agency Personnel in the City of Ilagan25,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
23Earning while Waiting (Phase 2) : A livelihood Enterprise Development Program for Persons Deprived of Liberty of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology -City of Ilagan, Isabela50,000.00SB 164
24Project β€œROGER” Rebuild, Overhaul, Generate income thru motorcycle, Engine Servicing and Repair.50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
1PROJECT CAVE50,000.00SB 164January 2021-January 2026
2PROJECT MAESTRA : Materializing Academic Edge through Seminars, Training and other Related Activities50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
3Gabay ng Kabataan, Susi sa Magandang Kinabukasan32,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
4Basic Computer Operation Literacy Phase II36,012.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
5Computer System Servicing Training for Out of School Youth (Dunong para sa Mamamayan ng San Mateo)14,920.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
6Training on Mushroom Production for Marginal Farmers and other Stakeholders of San Mateo Isabela39,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
7Processing of Mungbean: An Innovative Product of Black Gold50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
8Sining ng Paghahalaman Sagot sa Hapagkainan35,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
9Manok’an , Patohan, sa Goat sa Pangkabuhayan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
10Solusyon ni (JEENA) JOB and Economic Enhancement Alternatives: An Economic Development Opportunity Program for Residents of San Mateo Isabela50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
11Designing and Construction of Egg Incubator30,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
12Dagdag Kita: Proyektong Pangkabuhayan Mag Aahon sa Kahirapan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
13Hanap Buhay mula sa arawSB 164January 2022-December 2022
14Pangkabuhayan ng mga Ilaw ng Tahanan: Tulong sa Haligi ng Tahanan para sa pag angat ng pamilya50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
1Season Long Training of Farmers on Vegetable Production27,030.00SB 164January 2021-December 2022
2TEACH To REACh (Training and Education to Advocate Contextual and Happy Learning to Redefine Education Amid Challenges in the Basic Education Community)43,010.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
3Managing Through Emergency and Disaster with Android Application: A Skills Development Training for Men and Women Barangay Officials and Tanods22,756.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
4Training and Technology Promotion of Off-Season Vegetable Production50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
5Capability Building Project for Raisers Goat Production in Jones, Isabela34,649.00SB 164
6Mental Wellness Program for Jones, Isabela Frontliner Workers amidst Pandemic50,000.00SB 164January 2021-December 2022
7Psychological Intervention Program for Teenage Pregnancy and Teenage Mother Recuperations30,000.00SB 164January 2021-December 2023
8Establishment and Implementation of Learning Site for Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT)50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
1Technology Transfer of Installation and Maintenance of Economically Viable & Upgradable Hybrid Photovoltic System for Households31,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
2Capacity Building of the Adopted Secondary School in Angadanan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2024
3Product Development & Skills Training on “Kalapay, Pitaka & Vase50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
4Fruit Wine Making of ISU-Angadanan Campus50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
5Gender Responsive Actions for Transformation (MISSION: GREAT)50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
6Program for the Less Served Individuals (PLSI) : An Extension Program of the Polytechnic School of ISU-Angadanan50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
7Food Safety and Livelihood During Pandemic Thru Smart and Home Vegetable Gardening35,000.00SB 164
8Project Epolice: Empowered Police Officers through Literacy Improvement in Computer Education50,000.00SB 164
9Sining Tanghal sa Eskuwela17,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
10Literacy Tutorial Instruction on the determined subjects to be tutored for Calabayan Elementary School20,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2022
11Kalapay, Pitaka & Vase: KPV Advocacy
2Career Headway: Examination’s Review for Government Employee50,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2024
3Road Users Traffic Education in the Municipality of Roxas, Isabela20,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
4Strategies for improving Criminologist Licensure Examination PerformanceJanuary 2022-June 2022
5Capacity Building on the ICT Knowledge and Skills on Both Hadrware and Software Application for BJMP Personnels and Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDLs)20,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
6Gateway to Darkness: ISU ROXAS intervention to MCIA community of Matusalem, Roxas, and Isabela20,000.00SB 164January 2022-December 2023
7Gender and Development Project: Increasing Rural Women Participation in the Fisheries Post-Harvest Livelihood
1Boosting Life, Research and Instruction through ICT Program of the Institute of Information and Communication Technology31,148.27SB 164January-December 2022
2Climate Change Resiliency: A Community Based Agricultural Products Livelihood and Enterprise Development of Adopted Barangays of ISU San Mariano (Phase 2)50,000.00SB 164January-December 2022
3Gender and Development Awareness/Advocacy Program of ISU San Mariano (Phase 2)50,000.00SB 164January-December 2022
4Local Youth
Engagement and Development Program
104,949.00SB 164January-December 2022
5NEPANG: Negosyong Pangkabuhayan Tungo sa Kaunlaran: An Entrepreneurial Capacity Building Among the Men and Women of the Adopted Barangays50,399.75SB 164January-December 2022
6RISE and RAISE Project: Reviving Interest for Skill Empowerment through Reading Activities for Intellectual Skill Excellence Cum Leadership Enhancement Sessions: A Capability Building for the SK Officials and Members in the Municipality of San Mariano41,986.00SB 164January-December 2022
7Project SEPAK (SErbisyong PAngkabuhayan at Kaagapay): A Livelihood Enterprise Project in Maximizig the Locally Available Lubeg fruits94,588.94SB 164January-December 2022
8Upscaling Native Chicken Production Towards Profitable Enterprise for Male and Female Farmers of ISU San Mariano Through Poultry Multiplier Farm25,988.14SB 164January-December 2022
9Work Attitudes and Values Enhancement (WAVE)19,697.00SB 164January-December 2022
10WHOLE Project: Writing for Hope through Obedience, Labor and Effectiveness Cum IT Literacy Sessions for San Mariano and Benito Soliven Barangay Secretaries and Treasurers20,166.00SB 164January-December 2022