Adeco Acciones para el Desarrollo Comunitario A.C.

To generate, contribute and participate in social projects of education, culture and artistic manifestations, science and technology development, equity of gender, participation and citizen self-management, defense and promotion of human rights, sustainable development to improve the popular economy and promotion of fair commerce, improvement of the best use of natural resources promoting the protection, conservation and restoration of biodiversity and environmental equilibrium.
Feb 7, 2011

New location in Global Giving

Last week we changed our site in Global Giving. 

This change was in order to update some information and keep organized the score of donations. We forgot to include the new site address in our last report, we include it this time: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/educate-400-adults-in-rural-mexico/

Please go to the link above and register your e-mail or donate to stay in touch, other way we can’t contact you again. The 'old’ page was already deactivated.

You can also tweet or post on your FaceBook profile this shorter link: http://goto.gg/7444

Thank you again

¡Alfabetiza! Campaña de educación para adultos

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Jan 31, 2011

We'll change our location at Global Giving

Dear friends,

Last year, the literacy campaigns working in Tlaxcala and Veracruz states achieved important goals in the communities. We really appreciate your contributions which let the volunteers to focus on their own activities.

¡Alfabetiza! is a replicable project which every two years choose a group of communities to work with. This 2011 one of the groups will continue working in Xúchitl, Veracruz. The other one finished its cycle in Altzayanca, Tlaxcala and now is looking for another locality, probably in Puebla.

In order to update some information and keep organized the score of donations, we have opened a new site in Global Giving and posted there this project. This ‘old’ page will be closed in the next few days.

Please go to the following link to donate and stay in touch with us, other way we can’t contact you again. 

We thank you again and wish you a good 2011 year

Oct 12, 2010

On August the seventh the literacy campaign ended

Mariana and Javier
Mariana and Javier

Both groups, one in Veracruz and the other in Tlaxcala, closured labors of 2010 with a ceremony with all the young volunteers and the adult students. For two months they worked together in two-hour daily sessions on topics like literacy, basic math and natural sciences, among others, depending on the interest of each group. During the weekends other workshops about health, bakery, vermicompost and phytotherapy were held.

Also, twice a week activities for teenagers were carried out in the communities using the methodology of Tlalana, other project by Adeco, looking to build local development projects. Likewise, kids under 13 years attended a workshop to promote lecture and with musical activities planned together with our project Canto que Florece

It is worth to mention the creation of one library in the community of Xúchitl (Veracruz) and the enlargement of two which were establish last year in communities of Ranchería Pocitos and Buenavista (Tlaxcala)

The following chart shows the number of participants in the project this year.

 

Total volunteers: 63

Total students: 363

Female students: 281

Male students: 82

Groups of students: 176

Age average of the students: 37.5 years

 

If you are planning to make a donation to our project this year, we invite you to donate between October 12-21 in the Give More, Get More Matching Campaign in which Global Giving is matching all donations at 30% ($10 – $499), 40% ($500 - $999) and 50% ($1000 – $2,500). You can also help us raise more money by spreading the word!

We widely appreciate your support of any kind and don’t forget that we are always pleased to receive your comments.

Communitarian meeting
Communitarian meeting
Library at Xúchitl
Library at Xúchitl
Literacy class
Literacy class
Going to the class
Going to the class
 
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