Help a young student to be trained in Word

by Fundacion EDUCA Mexico Vetted since 2009 Site Visit Verified


Given the problems that Mexico faces of youth unemployment and the alarming threat of organized crime in young people whom dont study or work and live in poverty conditions. We will train 1000 young students in Word finishing in June 2015. With the aim of raise their level of skills. With this we looked for to give them the tools to get a better job and improve their quality of life. All of them will receive a certificate with official recognition that validates their knowledge

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Mexico is facing a big problem with the youth unemployment and the alarming threat of organized crime in young people. The young people who don't study or work are significantly affecting their quality of life, their families and in general the situation of our country.


In order to solve this problem, Fundacion Educa Mexico, A.C, has created a training and certification program that will give the tools to thousands of young students to become experts in different topics with the aim of getting a good job.

Long-Term Impact

This project will not only improve the quality of life for students, but also their families and community. In EDUCA we have the faithful conviction that a young man or woman, studying and working, will never join the organized crime and will make marked improvements in their country.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


Project Leader:
Fundación EDUCA México
Mexico, D.F., Distrito Federal Mexico

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