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Low School Attendance in Mexico is an Economic Issue

Mexico, of all countries in Latin America, has one of the smallest proportions of 15-19 year-olds enrolled in high school, ONLY 53%.

The World Bank estimates that 33% of the population here live on less than $5.00 a day – families need the children to work, they cannot afford the fees and expenses associated with school.

Our amazing campaigners have found some really creative ways to raise money to help keep kids in school!!  Do you have an idea?  We can’t wait to find out!!

KKIS PROGRAMS 2017/2018 School Year

Financial Support NEEDED

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School Supplies

$12596 / 32000

Scholarships

$8286 / 17250

School Basics

$1704 / 1500
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We Need YOU!!

KKIS Project | Volunteers

Find out how you can put your skills to use and volunteer with the KKIS Project. Help us keep kids in school in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Local or not, there are many ways you can be involved!

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4,672

BAGS OF SUPPLIES

84

VOLUNTEERS

3,000

HOURS OF ENGLISH

78

SCHOLARSHIPS

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