Access to early and primary education for children from underserved communities in Nicaragua
Despite advances in expanding access to basic education throughout the country, experts argue the advance of primary education coverage has been achieved at the expense of providing quality education that can lead to relevant and effective learning outcomes.
This project will support the education process of 100 under privileged children in preschool and primary school in Somoto, Nicaragua, through personalized, age-appropriate teaching methodologies. It aims to contribute to the reduction of educational gaps by promoting the development of life skills such as literacy, logical-mathematical reasoning, as well as critical and creative thinking. Through play-based methodologies, Fabretto teachers stimulate the learning process to successfully achieve the next stage of education.