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    Posted November 20, 2012 by
    Cancun, Mexico
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    It is a small house , basic but pretty,  in the our side of Cancun Quintana Roo , one of the fastest growing places in Mexico , this little house named Casa Xiipaal  was hand painted by the hands of those who believe that education is the key to a better society, by the hand of those who believe in defending the voice of a child and his or her right to have an education , a home, to be love , to be treated with respect and to be take care of , the same hands that once a week give them a hug and their friendship, Casa Xiipaal is a non-profit organization lead by Mrs, Daniela Vara de Toledo and a group of volunteers and a Psycologist that assist once a week a class of 30 kids that come from any school in cancun to spend a mornong learning about their rights as kids and aslo the commitments that come with those rights, for example they will learn that the fact of having an education is their right but that making their homework will be their commitment , in Casa Xiipaal we make an evaluation to all the studenst and keep data of all the visits where we can detect certain behaviors such as deficit of atention , family situations, bulliyin inside the class, and so on , we have a Psycologist that prepare games and intereactions that will help us to motivate as much as possible the children that come to visit us. We aspire to inspire a fast growing society the importance of  knowing and teaching their kids and youth about their rights and commitments, to become a better society and a better place for all.

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