TRANSFORM YOURSELF BY LEARNING WITH ICT

TRANSFORM YOURSELF BY LEARNING WITH ICT

Academically and pedagogically support the educational processes of mothers and fathers in
their training processes. Improve and enhance the school environment for physical and mental
well being. Comprehensive training for a healthy life for personal and social progress as a
complement to the educational process for their life projects. Improve the technological
endowment in the community. 110 primary school students. 28 high school, 47 children under 5
years old, parents from the community, displaced population, with few resources. A total of
350 people approximately.

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Changing Lives for $2,000US

Our High School Scholarship Program has been sending deserving primary students to high school for 12 years
The success of this scholarship program is due to our selection process and supporting the student’s needs for all four years
67 students have graduated from high school with this program
$2,000US funds 4 years of high school tuition. Books and uniforms are not included.

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Rotary Cares: Baby Zero Tv

Rotary Cares: Baby Zero Tv
This project focuses on providing information to parents and creates awareness on the general society of how dangerous the exposure to digital devices can be for children two years and below.
For details of the project please refer to the presentation attached.

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LANCEROS DE LA INCLUSIÓN

LANCEROS DE LA INCLUSIÓN

El proyecto tiene como fin fortalecer el trabajo en el aula de clase de 2000 estudiantes a partir de crear herramientas didácticas para estudiantes con y sin condición de discapacidad, logrando de esta manera, brindarles a los estudiantes un papel protagónico en la educación, mejorando sus resultados académicos. Los recursos educativos creados para el proyecto y aplicados como actividades en las clases son: gafas de realidad virtual, aplicaciones para celulares, programas para computador, álbumes, juegos de mesa, cartillas, revistas, animaciones, dispositivos tecnológicos y materiales didácticos manuales.

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Creamos- Adult Education for 230 People in the Guatemala City Garbage Dump

 

Adult Education for 230 People in the Guatemala City Garbage Dump
Creamos exists to create opportunities for women living in the communities surrounding the Guatemala City garbage dump through an inclusive approach to lifelong financial, emotional and physical stability.

In alignment with the Rotary’s focus area of education, Creamos respectfully requests your support to implement an adolescent and adult education program for 230 individuals during the 2021 school year. This project will incorporate both traditional & professional education in order to directly address the high rate of illiteracy and low educational attainment within the target community and increase employment in the formal sector. The traditional component of project, which includes government-accredited adult literacy, elementary, middle and high school, will serve 200 unique students during the coming year. There are an additional 100 individuals currently on the waitlist, who we hope to incorporate pending further funding.

Despite the intrinsic value of traditional education on its own, successful employment within the formal sector hinges not only on obtaining a high school degree, but also on an individual’s ability to perform basic workplace tasks. Therefore, the proposed project incorporates weekly computation classes designed to provide an introduction to relevant computer skills and programs. In addition, biweekly English classes, will be available for students. Lastly, given that Creamos’ adult learners have never held employment within the formal sector, the organization will facilitate monthly professional development, financial literacy and job readiness workshops on various topics surrounding workplace etiquette.

Unlike many adult education programs, the Creamos model incorporates free childcare for all learners, without which none of these individuals would be able to study. In addition, all students enrolled in the proposed project will have access to comprehensive mental health programming free of charge.

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