Our High School scholarship programme educate. works to empower children and youth in Honduras through community-driven educational initiatives. In 2017 we started our university scholarship programme, which has been running since then. However, through conversations with families, local educators and young people, a clear need emerged for greater support towards access to high school as … Continue reading The Youth Center opens and the first year of educate.’s high school scholarship programme comes to an end!
Bringing STEM education into educate. libraries: an internet pilot at Las Lagunas primary school
In many classrooms world-wide, the internet has become an indispensable tool in education – a tool that connects students with a variety of sources and opportunities to learn. Through the Internet Pilot Project, we and our partners at Hebbian have made access to this resource possible for the children of rural Las Lagunas primary school … Continue reading Bringing STEM education into educate. libraries: an internet pilot at Las Lagunas primary school
Meet our High School Scholars!
We'd like to introduce you to this first cohort of educate. High School Scholars! Meet Darnella, Rosa, Robin, Gerson, Cindy, Nely, Sandra, Glendy and Cleverson. In the “zonas cafetaleras” (coffee zones) of Trinidad, Santa Bárbara, most schools only go up to 6th grade. According to the World Bank, only 43% of students in Honduras finish … Continue reading Meet our High School Scholars!
In Las Delicias, dedicated teachers have made all the difference
Written by Antonia McGrath, educate. Director and Co-Founder The Las Delicias school is located on the outskirts of Trinidad. Situated under the lofty branches of the surrounding trees, the school has three spacious classrooms as well as their new library. What makes the project stand out however, is Profe Gueyby. Profe Gueyby is an astonishingly dedicated … Continue reading In Las Delicias, dedicated teachers have made all the difference
Two years into the pandemic, the desire to learn has not declined
(Version en español abajo) After almost two years, Honduran schools have begun a gradual return to classroom learning. However, in recent weeks a significant increase in positive COVID-19 cases associated with the Omicron variant has been detected. With the new school year set to start in February, we will have to wait to see what is … Continue reading Two years into the pandemic, the desire to learn has not declined
The Making of The American Fraud: A Story of Honduran Migrants and the Country they Flee
This article was originally published in PanDam Magazine. You can read the original article here. On Wednesday July 29th at 20:00 pm Amsterdam time, there is a live online screening taking place of the documentary film ‘The American Fraud’. Antonia McGrath, one of the film’s directors and co-founder of the Amsterdam-based non-profit organisation educate., will also give a short … Continue reading The Making of The American Fraud: A Story of Honduran Migrants and the Country they Flee