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Global Challenges

We aim for girls, boys, youth and adults to know the United Nations 2030 Agenda so that they can carry out actions that contribute to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

2007
Our story began in the heart of the Sierra Tarahumara of Chihuahua in an indigenous school located in Norogachi. It was there where we first implemented the Sports for Sharing program. After this experience, schools in Mexico City Yucatan joined us as allies in the transformation of their educational communities.
2010
With three years of experience under our belt, we served  52,000 girls, boys, youth and teachers from 172 public elementary schools, shelters and indigenous schools.  Consequently, we designed the Initiatives for Sharing program as a way  of providing  educational communities with the resources needed for tackling  the most pressing challenges in their own communities.
2013
After the successful results observed in Mexico, we exported E4S offer and flexible educational model to the United States, Argentina, Guatemala and the Dominican Republic.
2015
Eight years after the beginning of our career, we managed to add more than 500,000 girls, boys, adolescents, teachers, and parents to our agents of change network.

In response to emerging themes, we designed the Science and Art for Sharing programs, thereby expanding our educational offer to junior high school students.

2018
In 2018, we continued to address global issues through our Digital Citizenship and Finance for Sharing programs.

Thanks to the support of all our collaborators and sponsors, and especially of the communities that believed in us, we celebrated our first million beneficiaries.

2018
We started operations in New Zealand and Bolivia to share our educational model and respond to the needs and interests of students and their communities.

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