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The Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) volunteers while teaching a young kid how to write his name during the Kariton Klasrum (Pushcart Classroom) conducted in Brgy. 5, Alonzo Street, Dalahikan, Cavite City. The founders of DTC find fulfillment as they slowly grow the number of youths being transformed through their programs. Transformed youth, who used to be drug users, petty thieves, scavengers, street kids, drop-outs and out-of-school youth are now DTC volunteers and have returned to mainstream education. While some of the children remain out of school they, at least, are able to access basic educa

The Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) volunteers while teaching a young kid how to write his name during the Kariton Klasrum (Pushcart Classroom) conducted in Brgy. 5, Alonzo Street, Dalahikan, Cavite City. The founders of DTC find fulfillment as they slowly grow the number of youths being transformed through their programs. Transformed youth, who used to be drug users, petty thieves, scavengers, street kids, drop-outs and out-of-school youth are now DTC volunteers and have returned to mainstream education. While some of the children remain out of school they, at least, are able to access basic educa Stock Photo
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Pacific Press Media Production Corp. / Alamy Stock Photo

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3600 x 2400 px | 30.5 x 20.3 cm | 12 x 8 inches | 300dpi

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20 February 2016

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The Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) volunteers while teaching a young kid how to write his name during the Kariton Klasrum (Pushcart Classroom) conducted in Brgy. 5, Alonzo Street, Dalahikan, Cavite City. The founders of DTC find fulfillment as they slowly grow the number of youths being transformed through their programs. Transformed youth, who used to be drug users, petty thieves, scavengers, street kids, drop-outs and out-of-school youth are now DTC volunteers and have returned to mainstream education. While some of the children remain out of school they, at least, are able to access basic education through K4. (Photo by Gregorio B. Dantes Jr. / Pacific Press)