PALO, Leyte: Four alternative learning shelters will be initially established in three elementary and one secondary schools here in Leyte by the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef). Unicef sits as co-chair of the education cluster together with the Save the Children. The cluster is chaired by the Department of Education (DepEd). Ramon Daga, regional physical facilities coordinator of DepEd Eastern Visayas, said that Unicef identified Palo 1 AND 2 Central Schools and San Joaquin National High School vin Palo, Leyte and San Roque Elementary School in Tolosa. Each shelter measures 7 x 9 meter, which is the size of an ideal classroom.