This program seeks that the girls and boys of the EDUCA NETWORK become agents of change through the strengthening of individual identity and the responsible exercise of their economic and social rights, improving their quality of life.
6 states in the country: Chiapas, Mexico City, Mexico State, Jalisco and Michoacán.
124 teachers and coordinators
3,371 Girls, boys and young people (change for this one)
• 1,879 women
• 1,492 men
1,879 girls and 1,492 boys
5,057 mothers and fathers
- 35 hours of class were taught per school
- 1,581 books delivered from 1st to 4th of Primary and 1,790 guides for students delivered from 5th of Primary to Baccalaureate. High school
- 124 teachers and coordinators trained: 8 hours of initial face-to-face training and 135 hours of advice and monitoring in 2 follow-up visits to each school.
- The program coordinator attended the Aflatoun International Training held in Quito, Ecuador, with a duration of 40 hours, on the curriculum, Aflateen + Tools for life and Financial Education, which offers a gender and sexuality approach, with a component of reproductive health and rights.
- EDUCA participated as a panelist in the Aflatoun International Conference held in Amsterdam, sharing the experience of implementing the program, particularly the scope of the Entrepreneurship that young people carry out, as a success story in the Region of the Americas.
- To celebrate Aflatoun Day 2019, students of Boys and Girls from the Sierra, I.A.P., and the Institute of Integral Education, I.A.P. Saint John Paul II Campus, communicated via Skype with children and youth of Children International Ecuador, and schools in Colombia and El Salvador.
- 105 boys and girls, and 12 teachers from 3 schools visited the Visit to the Interactive Museum of Economics (MIDE).
- We update and redesign the materials for teachers and students. 4 new materials were generated: Student guides, Teacher guides (by grade level), Catalog of teaching strategies and Generic Guide.
In an assessment carried out as a pre and post test of student learning:
• 90% know that self-esteem is the ability to love, respect and take care of yourself.
• 90% know that a quality is a characteristic that differentiates you from others.
• 80% know that talent is your ability to do something easily.
• 80% know that human rights are everyone's rights, regardless of age, religion, sex.
• 60% know that the culture of peace are values, attitudes and behaviors that reject violence and prevent conflict.
• 90% know how to take into account the needs of others as if they were their own.
• 90% know that solidarity is when the needs of others are taken as if they were their own.
• 70% talk and participate with their families in the household expenses, they let them comment on money issues and explain when they can't buy them something.
• 80% know that saving is separating part of the money and saving it.
• 90% save on piggy bank.
• 50% keep track of your savings.
• 70% indicate that their medium-term goal is to finish their studies.