Most of the children’s families are small-scale producers or work in activities related to coffee production.
In some cases, children have to travel up to 3 miles from neighboring communities to get to school, having to take rural mountain paths and cross rivers to attend classes.
85% of the Program’s school have access to electricity and 20% have access to the Internet.
Most of the rural schools do not have adequate infrastructure conditions.
Agriculture is the main economic activity, and coffee production accounts for 74% of the families’ income sources.