| Jun 26, 2014
Defining Quality in Learning
Isis, 5th grade, developing Natural Tick Control
We believe that education must assume responsibility for local economic growth and social health. Education benefits the community not only by developing well-prepared citizens for the future, but through the learning process itself, which has positive impact on present-day challenges.
Many understand the importance of linking education to local settings or surroundings, but we go one step further: we maintain that real learning must not and does not stop at observation, but must include interaction.
Simply put, we learn by doing and doing the activity for real.
Your support to this program is changing the very concept of education and development in northern Morazán. We sincerely thank you for your support and would further help us by spreading the word to your friends and family.
Applying Tick Control to a willing volunteer
Food Preparation for students and staff, for real
Raising seedings and transplanting vegetables
Working the Kitchen Hygiene Program
Installing and Maintaining Hygiene Equipment