In Guatemala, we teach English to at least 1.000 children in twelve public schools of Santiago Atitlán and to many adult groups. We have an agreement with the Ministry of Education to provide children in primary school with a basic level of English.

Tourism is growing rapidly in Central America and Santiago is surrounded by several touristic villages. Our students are mostly indigenous, hence their level of Spanish is not high and their access to the job market is difficult. By teaching them English, we help these children getting a job in the near future.

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Since February 2019 we have presence in Zinacantan, Chiapas. We are currently teaching in the local primary school, in a Center for Social Integration, and in a local non-profit where we reach up to 700 kids.

Zinacantán is comprise primarily of indigenous Tzotzil Maya and is located approximately 11 km (6.8 miles) east of San Cristóbal de las Casas which is a vibrant city and tourist destination. The people of Zinacatán speak primarily Tzotzil and Spanish.

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We provide free English classes to children and adults in Diriamba, a small town in Nicaragua. Classes are given in eight public schools based on the agreement signed with the Nicaraguan Ministry of Education. At APAN, our local partner, adult English classes are also offered once a week for groups of no more than 15 people.

All teachers are volunteers. There is always one long-term volunteer in Diriamba coordinating the project. Our English teaching methods are adapted to each group level and age, with an emphasis on continuous improvement and no gaps between volunteers.

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