School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca

by ESCUELAS SUSTENTABLES A.C.
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School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca
School dining room for 286 children in Oaxaca

We continue with the fundraising process, we have not yet reached our goal, we know that these are difficult times, derived from the crisis caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic in Mexico in June 2021, we still have the traffic lights in orange and red , placing the most vulnerable people in conditions that require support.

Now the construction of a school cafeteria becomes a necessity to be able to have a healthy space where to consume food and have a good diet for the children. The face-to-face classes have been suspended and the schools have greater maintenance needs as they have been without use during all this time.

We know that in the face of this situation, sources of employment have been lost, that economically the impact has been important especially in the communities.

We have continued to communicate with our beneficiaries, who now also face a great economic problem and lack of food because it is a highly marginalized community and since commercial activities were suspended, they have not been able to work or generate income.

Our team continues to work and we know that by adding efforts we can reach our goal.

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We continue to work in fundraising, we are still facing major problems as a result of the health crisis caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic in Mexico as of February 21, 2021, with government data more than 179,000 people died from the disease. The actual number of deaths is estimated to be 450,000

 

The plight of communities is further exacerbated, thousands of jobs have been lost and the economic contraction is in the order of 10%. The school year has been suspended, it was estimated that school activities would resume in September 2020, however, a second date had been estimated by February 2021, however, in the face of the second wave of contagion now the estimate is that face-to-face classes should begin until June 2021.


We have continued to communicate with our beneficiaries, who are now also facing a major economic problem and lack of food because it is a highly marginalized community and since business activities are suspended, they have not been able to work or generate income. Poor nutrition is causing negative impacts on children's development


Our team continues to work to obtain resources and support to achieve the success of this important project.

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This project is still on hold as a result of the health crisis caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, in Mexico as of October 24, 2020, more than 88,500 people died from this disease. The difficult situation of the communities is further aggravated, thousands of jobs have been lost and the economic contraction is of the order of 10%.
The school year has been suspended, it was estimated that the activities in the schools would resume in September 2020, however it is now estimated that the schools will resume their work until February 2021.
We have continued to communicate with our beneficiaries, who now also face a great economic problem and lack of food because it is a highly marginalized community and since commercial activities are suspended, they have not been able to work or generate income.
Our team continues to work to obtain the resources and support and thus achieve the success of this important project.

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Progress report

This project is on hiatus due to the health crisis caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.In Mexico we continue in the phase of social distancing and suspension of economic and labor activities.

The school year has been suspended and activities will resume in schools in Mexico until September 2020.

To date, activities are resumed and we will continue training the community to manufacture their own bricks and construction processes.While we continue looking for more financial support.

We have continued to communicate with our beneficiaries, who now also face a great economic problem, and lack of food because it is a highly marginalized community and as business activities are suspended, they have been unable to work or generate income.

Our team continues working to obtain the resources and supports and thus achieve the success of this important project.

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Our mission is to achieve a change in the school environment of the children who attend the indigenous primary school in Xadani, and with this achieve that the efforts permeate their families and community, this change will be through the construction and implementation of a school dining room in conjunction with actions and projects secondary to the construction work as nutritional talks, hydroponic farming systems with which they will have a healthy diet and a comfortable, safe and appropriate space for their development. That is why donations to our project are essential to make this dream come true.

The dining room will be built with materials from the community, a group of young people manufactures the bricks with materials from the region, with which the project is also a support to the local economy and the construction will be carried out with materials from the region.

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ESCUELAS SUSTENTABLES A.C.

Location: Benito Juarez - Mexico
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Twitter: @EscuelasSustent
Project Leader:
MARCO MORALES
Benito Juarez, Mexico
$5,734 raised of $26,000 goal
 
78 donations
$20,266 to go
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