The Stakeholders

The Stakeholders
Representative from Gen Tuna Canning Corp.

School Context Statement

Banisil Elementary School is located at Baranagy Tambler, General Santos City. It is along the National Highway to Kiamba, Sarangani Province. Its distance from the heart of the city is 14- kilometers.

The school was opened in 1965 as a Banisil Primary School in honor to the school site donor, Hadji Abdulgafor Lintang Banisil with the land area of 3.2- hectares. That time, a two classroom building was constructed and an artesian well.

In 1980, it was recognized as a Banisil Elementary School. It had six classrooms with Home Economics building accommodating pupils from Grade I to VI with one teacher per grade. The pupils were composed of 90% Maguindanaon (Muslim) and 10% Bl'aan (Ethnic) with the primary source of their living was through fishing and little of farming.

In 1989, the residents from Barrio Lapok in Calumpang, were relocated beside the school and as known as Diamond Valley. As a result, the school's population soared high with 50% Christian children and 50% ethnic groups.

In the 90% up to the present, the school population increased beyond the targets. It is because there was the availability of employment in this barangay from different factories, companies, and fish port.


Busog Lusog Talino Program

Busog Lusog Talino Program is within the umbrella of Tambayayong Gensan Feeding of NGO's and LGU's to reach out  school children with below normal nutritional status.
This BLT Feeding Program was launched last September 23,2010 at Banisil Elementary School,Tambler,General Santos City.Attended by the following stakeholders such as Jolibee Foundation,General Santos City  Councilor Hon. Ronnel C. Rivera,Salinas  promoting iodized salt,RD Foundation,City health of GENSAN,Barangay Tambler officials,Notre Dame University representatives,and DEPEP GENSAN nurses and others.
It is an in-school feeding program for undernourished public elementary pupils in grades 1-2.Lunch is prepared prepared and served by the parents of the BLT pupils for 136 school days.Parents also attend seminars on food safety and nutrition.It is an initiative of Jolibee Foundation and is implemented in partnership with local partners.
BLT partners work together to address hunger among undernourished grades i and 2 pupils and help them to stay in school by keeping them fit and healthy.Our work is guided by the ff: principles
1. Accountability.
We demonstrate our accountability for the resources we have expended by reporting on the results at the end of the program.
2.Family Empowerment
We uphold the importance of the support of the family in this program and help enale the parents to extend the practices they learn in school to their homes.

3.Community Ownership
We believe that the success of the program lies in community engagement and ownership.We promote local collaboration so that the issue of better health and education for schoolchilren is addressed both at the school and the household level on a long term basis.


Banisil Elementary School Stakeholders: PNP 42nd Special Action Company Participated in Brigada Eskwela 2010

Banisil Elementary School Stakeholders: PNP 42nd Special Action Company Participated in Brigada Eskwela 2010

PNP 42nd Special Action Company Participated in Brigada Eskwela 2010

The Philippine National Police 42nd Special Action Company headed by PINSP Mark Janis C. Ballesteros participated in the Brigada Eskwela in Banisil Elementary School.                         

Paiting the wall of the School Learning Center.

Fixing the classroom ceiling fan.


The PNP Regional Finance Office 12, led by PCI Jessieline R. Salvador and the school Principal, Eva A. Bualan, distributed school supplies such as notebooks, pencils, pad, papers and crayons to the campers/preschoolers who excitedly waited for their turn.

The teachers, parents, preschoolers, and campers during the launching program of the Summer reading Camp and Summer Preschool Education Program last April 15,2010 Banisil Elementary School Covered Court.

Barangay Tambler (LGU)

Adopt the school in all aspects such as:
  • monthly honorarium of two school guards, monthly payments of Electric Bills maximum of Php 3,000.00 only, equipments and facilities of school improvements, SK financial assistance in support programs and projects for improving quality education

GenTuna Canning Corporation

  • Adopts Feeding Program of the school by donating dented tuna, corned beef and milk once a year to all grade one to three pupils.
  • Supports school programs like Boyscouts Jamborette and Girlscouts Councilwide Encampment  
  • Supports the 36th NUTRITION MONTH (July 2010) with a theme " Sa pagkaing tama at sapat wastong timbang ni baby ang katapat!"

    RD Group of Companies

    • Support yearly Brigada Eskwela by donating wooden pallets for pupils tables and benches, empty drums for septic tanks, sign boards for pupils safety in going in and out of the school.
    • Support scouting activities by borrowing empty drums and wooden pallets for sleeping gadgets
    • Share financial assistance for pupils allowance and fare in and out of town competitions