Published on 19 Sep, 2019
Article by Daniel Martínez


EveryWhere Schools was born in 2016, and it took 3 years of shadow work to consolidate the model. Finally, 2019 was the year in which we realized our first project. After a formal evaluation, we were able to send our educational coordinator
(Jonathan Zaragoza)
to support the activities of the Shakinah school in Molo, Kenya.

We started the year intensely, with the fundraising campaign and the selection process of the educational coordinator for our first project. We learned how to actively collaborate with other organizations such as Agua ONG and how to follow up activities remotely and coordinate teams and multiple objectives.

Our results are still small, but tangible. Today we can tell you in detail how the resources we received were used.

We are proud to present this activity report. We hope that you will continue to be as excited as we are and that you will continue to support us in our next steps.

EveryWhere Schools

NGO education in emergency situations

Our main purpose is to promote access to education for all children and adolescents living in emergency and humanitarian crises.

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