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Educate 2 Envision

Going beyond donating school supplies and building schools, E2E creates an education movement that impacts communities within and among surrounding ones to break the cycle of poverty.



What Does an Education Movement Look Like?

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In rural Honduras, most children never make it past primary school.

For the few that do, there are very limited options to continue learning. Most cannot afford the additional school fees and the distance to the nearest school is too far.

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Because of the lack of alternatives, youth typically repeat the same cycle of poverty as their parents and grandparents have experienced.

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But with the presence of secondary school, everything can change.

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As the value of education increases, Primary School enrollment and graduation goes up!

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An emphasis on girls encourages them to delay childbearing to focus on educational and professional goals.

Enrichment programs empower girls to set and achieve their goals, allowing them to lead a new generation of strong, independent women.

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Adults of all ages are also able to continue their primary school education.

Our partnership with the Honduran government establishes free adult primary school programs, allowing adults of all ages to pick up where they left off.

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Each new community is integrated into the E2E network.

The high degree of isolation in rural communities prevents students from reaping the total benefit of their new knowledge and forming the type of education movement that spans across multiple communities. To address this, we integrate each new community into the E2E network.