Our work is for the benefit of the most disadvantaged children, teaching classes in infant, primary and secondary education in third world countries.
This program works with the collaboration of REMAR ESPAÑA to REMAR’s local counterpart in the countries where it is developed, such as: Angola, Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, among others. REMAR continues to create and equip schools for the training, education and training of the most disadvantaged child population, thus promoting the defense of their rights of access to education, building new classrooms, building sports fields, improving the facilities of our educational centers, providing them of adequate didactic material, promoting specialized courses that increase literacy rates or adult learning, and hiring natural teachers from the countries.
We instruct the child on his way, so that when he is old, he does not depart from him.
REMAR believes in the importance of education as a development tool. This is how the initiative was born to create educational centers that solve not only the need to educate our children, sheltered in homes, but which, in turn, is an action strategy to benefit the school-age population in the communities where we act.
Colegios REMAR takes the initiative to create educational centers that solve not only the need to educate our children in foster care, but also act as an action strategy to benefit the school-age population in the communities. where the association operates. This is how REMAR opens schools in: Angola, Burkina Faso, Mozambique, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua … where it serves the child population of homes and children of the community offering pre-primary, primary and secondary education.
Currently, more than 7,100 children are educated in 30 schools, with projects to expand existing centers and create new ones to respond to the enormous educational demand in these places. It should be noted that the beneficiaries are doubly vulnerable, boys and girls who, in addition to not having resources, suffer discrimination for being abandoned, orphans or suffering from AIDS. In order to provide comprehensive coverage to the beneficiaries, REMAR takes charge of the education of the children in the reception centers, even though our organization does not have a school in the area, assuming the expense of the necessary teaching materials.
To REMAR, the evolution of the concept of Education for Development (EpD) has led us to the current one of ” Education for a Global Citizenship ” (ECG), where it starts from the analysis of the problems of development and the subordination of rights and global social needs.