Improve the appropriateness and relevance of education for indigenous girls and boys in Chiapas and Yucatan, Mexico, through the implementation of an intercultural-inductive model and the construction of cross-cultural learning that brings together local and school knowledge
Improve the quality of life for marginalized communities throughout Mexico by strengthening the capacity and collaboration of grassroots women’s groups from indigenous and afro-descendant communities who are working to promote women’s rights, economic autonomy, racial justice and family wellbeing
Improve family economic security of indigenous organic coffee producers in extreme poverty whose crops are impacted by orange rust fungus by supporting coordinated efforts to research the problem and by developing a loan model tailored to meet their needs
Kim Carter, superintendent of Battle Creek Public Schools, and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, announce their commitment to improve student academic achievement.