UNEFA’s (National Union of Spanish Rural Family Schools) Summer School

XXVII UNEFA’s Summer School – “Innovative Proposals for Rural Areas”. We were invited by UNEFA to present the Digital Grow platform: library and training. We had the participation of associations’s directors and chairmen, members of the Managing Comitee and trainers, with a total of 240 participants.


Meetings with FAO, Ministry of Education, ASSONUFED, EFPEM, EPN Guatemala

We had several meetings during this period.In FAO, with the National Director, we were presented a proposal of cooperation “South-South”, sponsored by FAO-UNESCO. In the Ministry of Education, with the Minister and Deputy Minister, we talked about virtual alternance training and the future event that will be held in November. In EFPEM, among other matters, we defined the program for the celebration of EFPEM’s 50 years, in November. We participated in the ASSONUFED’s Board meeting. Finally, we had a working session with the National Educational Team (EPN), that coordinates the 10 classes of Virtual Training.


Initial training for trainers, visit to 1 of 10 classes, in Coatepeque

“Alternance Basic Training” is currently happening in 10 different locations (10 classes). During a training session in Coatepeque, in the Pacific coast, near Mexico, we had the presence of 20 trainers. The program has a total of 200 trainers, 5 training modules, and is predicted to end in November 2018. In Quetzaltenango, we met with the area coordinators to assess the current activities and present new proposals for the next modules.


In an African language, Ondjyla is an expression that means “path”. Fondation Ondjyla is thoroughly engaged in helping young people building the path of their lives, making them the authors of their destiny.

The foundation is engaged with the promotion of knowledge, education, entrepreneurship and exchange, with a particular focus on African young people, contributing to the empowerment, sustainability and development of people and communities, especially children and those who are young.

Fondation Ondjyla believes that the access to an education focused on vocational training may have a strong impact on the living conditions of young people that are now preparing themselves for the labour market and their families. The foundation wishes also to provide to the different populations the tools and the option to develop an economic activity which will ensure them decent living conditions near the communities where they grew up and in which they are integrated.