Help 650 At-Risk Children in Mexico Stay in School

by Fundacion EDUCA Mexico Vetted since 2009 Site Visit Verified


Provide quality Social, Financial and Entrepreneurship Education for 650 disadvantaged kids in Mexico whose parents cannot afford these service otherwise. (These children are students in the states of Mexico City, State of Mexico, Chiapas, Michoacan and Queretaro)

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More than 40 million children and adolescents in Mexico live in poverty (UNICEF, 2014). According to UNESCO, the IDB and other international organizations, for the 21st century we have to educate to fight against ignorance, to prepare students for economic crises, saturation of information and demands in terms of technology. We need young students responsible, autonomous, flexible, capable of solving civic problems, with economic and global awareness.


EDUCA seeks to promote 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 it can be achieved changes in the economic, social, educational and cultural reality of the most vulnerable communities

Long-Term Impact

"Social and Financial Entrepreneurship" born as an initiative of EDUCA to raise the educational level of students and promote creativity, trust and leadership in children attending basic education, responding to a social problem that is of utmost importance.


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Fundación EDUCA México
Ciudad de Mexico, Ciudad de Mexico Mexico
$3,093 raised of $3,560 goal
18 donations
$467 to go
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