The novel coronavirus crisis has not stopped Kantaya’s dedication to continue helping children in need. Following its commitment, Kantaya is reinventing itself by launching
Kantaya’s Remote Learning Plan
Connects +270 children and parents with Kantaya’s teachers through social media platforms, a challenge where only 9% of extreme poor families have computer devices and an internet access.
The results are inspiring, children are motivated and committed to their education. They are happy feeling their teachers close and their parents helping them to get the best of their education during this difficult time https://youtu.be/6OfZXk69pXc
For every US$20 contributed, a child will receive 10-days of Kantaya's Remote Learning Plan.
Kantaya is seeking to cover the education of 100 children for 60-days.
Kantaya Believes in the Power of Education
Kantaya is committed to improving Peru’s education quality through its After-School program.
The program provides learning opportunities and emotional support to children in primary education. +1,000 vulnerable children has been benefitted.
Peru is 129th out of 137 countries in quality of primary education. And Ventanilla, where Kantaya is based, is the most impoverished community in Lima where 1 out of 3 children finish secondary education, only 2% has access to higher education and 59% of their homes lack running water.
In the other hand, Peru is a TOP country with Covid19 new cases per million inhabitants.