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Jun 1, 2017

Great results weeks of the school year

teachers trainning
teachers trainning


This EDUCA´s project seeks to promote in children skills such as: Creativity and innovation, Critical thinking and Collaboration.  Its of utmost importance to sow the entrepreneurial spirit in children of limited resources, since its through the development of social and entrepreneurial skills in terms of planning and administration of resources, that can be achieved changes in the economic, social, educational and cultural reality of their communities.

 At the beginning of the school year the teachers had training about the program, also EDUCA made a presentation of the workbooks, objectives and planning of the activities to be carried out during the school year.

During this school year EDUCA has been working with these 650 children teaching them the following formative axes of the program:

1. Self-knowledge

2. Identification of needs

3. Methodology for the design of enterprises

4. Methodology for the implementation of enterprises

5. Evaluation of enterprises

Each child has received 18 hours of training and a workshop on social and financial education.

At the end of the school year students carry out a project in a group or individual way. We encourage the continuity of 6 projects through the provision of economic support for necessary materials or inputs contemplated in the project planning.

In this first stage of follow-up to winning projects, each of the projects received the amount of $ 10,000.00 (Mexican pesos) that will be used to purchase materials and supplies to start the venture.

We present three examples of the ventures generated by students:

1. Generate healthy life strategies that allow to attack the problem of obesity in Mexico, through lifestyles that are framed within the context of sustainability, care for the environment and self-recognition, so that it can generate a Self empowerment and a social impact within their close community, avoiding long-term health problems.

 2. Promote the care, rescue and dissemination of endemic plant species of Chiapas, especially the chipilín, which is used as part of the community's gastronomy, by exploiting the species as raw material and its application in a financial undertaking that allows to transform the species into products of social benefit, safeguarding the species of the region and generating an attitude of respect and protection to the environment at all times.

3. Help to make people aware that they can adopt a dog and not buy one, this project will work with an association that is already dedicated to solving problems related to these defenseless animals.

 At the end of the school year we will know the results of the projects and the objectives of new projects generated in the following weeks.

Social and financial education social work books
Social and financial education social work books
Mar 25, 2015

We are starting this year 2015 up telling you our

With the support of all our donors, EDUCA managed to start this 2015 doing the following activities:

  • Financially each school gestión
  • Teaching how to do fundraising schools
  • Administrative counseling
  • Training programs for the Network's directors and teachers
  • Implementing programs raise the educational degree of the more than 14,000 children benefit we

We are benefiting:

  • 73 schools
  • 10 states of Mexico (Mexico City, State of Mexico, Morelos, Queretaro, Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Michoacán, Jalisco, Nuevo León and Baja California Sur)
  • 14,176 students
  • 17.266 parents
  • 1,312 teachers


We start this year having this impact:

  • At the schools that form our Network, we have implemented 11 education innovation programs that elevate the quality of education
  • 100% of the schools in our network participate in one or more of our programs
  • In 2010, the optimum level of Institutionalism and Transparency indicators was reached according to CEMEFI and the results have been preserved
  • 5 Network Schools have consolidated as fully sustainable and highly replicable
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  • The percentage of school dropouts nationwide is 7.7% 1, EDUCA and the Network’s efforts have attained a 3% of school dropouts among our serviced  population 2
  • We currently benefit more than 56,600 individuals, including students, teachers, parents and community members.
  • We have work alliances with SAGARPA, La Universidad de California and PMI (Project Management Institute)

We are sure that with your help, we´ll incrmenete our impact!!!

Thanks !!!

Oct 14, 2014

Graduation of the first generation EUDE

Graduation of the first generation EUDE

The objective of this program is to develop in children the ability to discern based on high levels of intersubjective consciousness generating potential of empathy, compassion and wisdom, personalized way.

This model is aimed at children aged 4 or 5 years, lasts 3 academic years.

Now we want to share whit you how was the end of this great project and its results:

1. During the 2013-2014 school year our first EUDE generation of students graduated 

2. The activities performed with the beneficiaries were: RAPORT, Taichi, Meditation and Language Management

3. With this program we benefit 48 children and 6 teachers.

4. In addition, 3 of our teachers graduated from the Master of Education related to this project.

5. The children have changes as: more empathic interactions, more compassionate attitudes, ease conflict mediation, increased self-control, language and assertive communication, higher levels of attention and concentration well as improvements in the memory of short and long term.

None of this would have been possible without your support.

EUDE has concluded.This program is closing.

We will open new projects that benefit more children.

It is very difficult to transmit in words the enormous gratitude that we feel for the support you have given us.
Once again THANK YOU!!!

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