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EEECF Projects in Mexico

Teaching English at the DIF School – KKIS Project

25th, June, 2014

Update from the KKIS (Keeping Kids In School) Project in Mexico KKIS volunteers began teaching English this week at a new school, one that is part of DIF, the Mexico Social Services System which helps vulnerable adults and children. The kids at this school are ages 10-17, many of them are homeless, neglected, dealing with immigration issues and often... Continue reading.


KKIS Changes School for English Tutoring (Mexico)

24th, June, 2014

Update from the KKIS (Keeping Kids In School) Project in Mexico, coordinated through Little Learner Initiative – Mexico From KKIS: Since our successful auction several weeks ago, KKIS has been busy making some very exciting changes. As some of you have heard by now, we  have moved our English-teaching volunteering to a new school. Pelopidas... Continue reading.


DIF School, Keeping Kids in Schools (KKIS) Program

19th, June, 2014

Keeping Kids in School (KKIS) and Little Learner Initiative – Mexico We are glad to introduce our new literacy initiative in Mexico! Together with DIF School (Playa del Carmen) and Keeping Kids in Schools (KKIS) volunteer organization our direct representative in Mexico, LLI-Mexico, started  literacy and English instruction programs for homeless, neglected, abused children who... Continue reading.


University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen

12th, December, 2013

ATT’N JOY KOLLER EDUCATION CONSULTANT PROJECT DIRECTOR  As a President of the University of Quintana Roo, Campus Playa del Carmen and on behalf of our students, I would like to thank the foundation EEECF for your kind contribution to our student’s population. Our students as well as their English teachers welcomed your English  Program,  Little... Continue reading.


Universidad de Quintana Roo: Unidad Academica Playa del Carmen

14th, September, 2013

Submitted by Ms. Claudia Salazar Arreozola M.Ed. (Profesor Investigador) My name is Claudia Salazar Arreozola, I’m a Researcher Professor and Director of program at the University of Quintana Roo. We are a public University, non-profit organ receive funds from the Mexican government and we are subscribed to the SEP (Secretaria Educacion Publica) but we remain... Continue reading.


Introducing the Little Learner Initiative (Mexico)

4th, January, 2013

Written by Joy Koller Mexican Team: LLI Project Director: Joy Koller of JkGlobal Connections “Promoting Global Literacy and Professional Development” Founder of English Reading Support Services, Mayan Riviera Mexico LLI Project Coordinators: Helene and Victor Ailhaud, owners of Univers Maya, Responsible Travel, Playa del Carmen Mexico LLI Project Mexico offers our Mexican-Mayan community of young learners, schools,... Continue reading.