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    Posted November 19, 2012 by
    Cancun , Quintana Roo, Mexico

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    Teaching children their rights

    Casa Xiipaal is a non-profit organisation that teaches,share and defends the rights of the children in Cancun Mexico ,once a week a classroom of children from public to private schools come to Casa xiipaal that means ( The House of boys an girls )where they learn in one morning trough a great volunteer job from profesionals their rights and commitments as children, we promote their pshysical development , and mental to achieve a healthier society in one of the most fast growing areas of the country , we aspire to inspire society to teach , defend and promote childrend rights , we create programs along with teachers and parents to make sure that the children after the visit to Casa Xiipaal continue to exercise what they have learned with us , we follow a procedure since the kids arrived in the bus all the way to their departure, the duration of the visit is 4 hours and we hope to open up another two centers along the State , tha have 10 municipalities and achieve to reach the Mayan Zone to take there the program along with a translator from spanish to maya and bring to them the program, we hope to reach as much as possible children in the state , in this year 2012 our President Mrs. Daniela Vara de Toledo achieved the Human Rights Prize of the State ,for her work in the front of this outstanding organization than only aims to defend , and teach the rights of our children.
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