Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico

by Centro de Compartimiento, A.C.
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Higher education for indigenous women in Mexico
Sep 20, 2021

Graduation

Graduation day
Graduation day

This fall we are entering our third school year with remote learning. No schools in our region are in hybrid or in-person mode at this time as the Delta variant has struck our region hard. It has been a difficult summer for our students. Their small villages had not been affected much by COVID but this summer that changed. Three of our students lost a close relative.
Up until the week before school, there was talk about in-person classes but at the last minute, it was decided to stay online. The systems are getting better and students are used to the rhythm of online learning. The number of students in the house changes from week to week depending on their needs although this week most have returned.
Yet despite the apparent chaos the students are advancing. This summer Amayrani graduated from college with a degree in education. This fulfilled a dream she has had for many years. The year she started her final year of high school she called us to set aside a place for herself in our program. We often get students checking on the program but she kept up regular communication for a year. Now five years later she had graduated from college.
Amayrani was able to stay in her village during her studies, and your support help her have internet so she could continue her classes from home and help her family working in town Thanks to you another young woman who has a brighter future.

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Location: Juchitan, Oaxaca - Mexico
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