Things don’t always go to plan. Each time we begin a new project, we put a great deal of thought into it, but there are always circumstances that one simply cannot predict. This has been the case with our most recent project, the nutrition centre we fund in Talanga, Honduras with our incredible partner organisation … Continue reading Things don’t always go to plan: Nutrition Centre Relocation
We have recently partnered with the Honduran non-profit Manos Que Ayudan Talanga to fund a nutrition centre for children in the town of Talanga, Honduras. This project benefits roughly 20 children every day, who each receive a nutritious meal at the centre. Manos Que Ayudan Talanga is a small organisation founded and run by Carlos … Continue reading Child Nutrition Centre with Manos Que Ayudan Talanga
Tania Paola Caballero is one of educate.'s university scholarship recipients, currently in her first year of studying industrial engineering. In this post, she shares some stories from her childhood and some of her experiences from living and studying in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. My name is Tania Paola Caballero Fernández and I am eighteen … Continue reading “Studying makes you a different person”: An update from scholarship recipient Tania Caballero
For many months now, we have been working with the Honduras-based non-profit Chispa Project to start a library at a public elementary school in the city of El Progreso, Honduras. Due to the chaos that followed the Honduran presidential elections, our plans were delayed somewhat, but we are very excited to have a concrete game … Continue reading El Progreso Library Update: Adrian Mejia School!
Last week, we sent Tania Caballero the first installment of her educate. scholarship, allowing her to start the first semester of university at the National Autonomous University of Honduras, a public university in San Pedro Sula, to study industrial engineering. Tania graduated from her local public high school, the Juan Lindo Institute, in November 2017 … Continue reading Tania Caballero becomes second educate. scholarship recipient
For the last month, board member Antonia McGrath has been in Honduras, visiting educate.'s projects and meeting with other NGOs and individuals around the country. Meanwhile, national elections took place, with cases of electoral fraud causing widespread chaos. - - - It's always wonderful going back to Honduras. The bustle and chaos, the amazing food, … Continue reading Project Visits in Honduras and Election Chaos
We are excited to announce that our newest project is being undertaken in collaboration with the Honduras-based non-profit Chispa Project. Together, we are working to start a library at a public elementary school in the city of El Progreso, Honduras. We came upon this project in a somewhat unusual way: via a tweet from the … Continue reading A Library in El Progreso – in collaboration with Chispa Project
El Hogar de Ninos is an orphanage located just outside the town of Santa Barbara in the Northeast of Honduras. Situated in a beautiful natural landscape of rolling hills and a river valley, it provides a home for around 60 children who otherwise would still be on the streets or in the midst of complex, … Continue reading The Health-bringing Power of Animals: Donkeys at the El Hogar Orphanage
We are excited to announce that we have just accepted our second project! Over the past months, we have been in contact with the dedicated team at the El Hogar de Niños orphanage in Santa Barbara, Honduras where we are now supporting the start of an animal therapy programme. El Hogar provides a loving home for … Continue reading Our Second Project: Animal Therapy Farm at El Hogar Orphanage!
Today, Stephanie Chevez received the first installment of her educate. scholarship grant! Stephanie is the first individual to be awarded an educate. scholarship, and will start studying medicine at the Catholic University of San Pedro Sula on Monday. This is the first step on Stephanie’s way to her dream of becoming a doctor and we … Continue reading Stephanie Chevez receives first educate. scholarship grant!