The current crisis situation poses great challenges for our running projects. Our coordination team in El Salvador is working with great devotion from home to adapt and advance the projects.
For the students in the scholarship programme classes continue digitally. Our efforts are currently focused on ensuring that the students have Internet access so that they can continue to attend their classes.
In the CAL-IMPACT project, school closures call for particular creativity to adapt to the situation: Our teachers are currently working from home to produce educational videos and other teaching materials. An online platform has been set up to assign work to each teacher, whilst helping them in continuing their individual training.
In the programme for sustainability education, new workshops are developed and existing workshops are refined. Our local team places particular emphasis on teaching methods and develops new approaches for the creative and interactive communication of the workshop contents.
Our health education project “Consciente médico” has spontaneously taken on a new and extremely important task: to inform people about how they can protect themselves and others from infection.