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Escuela Taller Intramuros

A unique program whose aim is to help out of school youths of Baseco, Tondo, Manila realize their hidden potential in skilled labor, restoration of historical buildings, monuments, woodwork, carving, carpentry, masonry, materials conservation, electrical works, and plumbing. It was a partnership between the National Commission of Culture and the Arts, the Spanish government, Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID).

Escuela Taller may be reach at (632) 525.1986 and (632) 527.6623. Just look for Ming Febrero or Gie Santos.

They’re at the Revellin de Recoletos, and that’s on the street between Manila City Hall’s clock tower and gate 10 of the Walled City.

You may also an email at etintramuros@gmail.com

More details here: [Escuela Taller Intramuros]
A great program that should be replicated throughout the Philippines. It doesn’t only restore the past but also build the future of this country.


3 responses

  1. etintramuros

    We know its much-delayed, but we really would like to thank you for spreading the word about Escuela Taller! We are on another 2 years of training, and we hope we will have more years in the future, thanks to people like you! Do visit our blog, too: etintramuros.wordpress.com. Hope you have a great 2011 ahead!

    –Escuela Taller Team

    01/02/2011 at 9:09 PM

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