Inoma through their TAK-TAK-TAK program along with the Pro Mazahua Foundation took the task of implementing our educational tool in eight schools of rural zones in the State of Mexico. The media classroom of these schools were checked, their teachers were trained and they were given a technological and pedagogical follow up. Lastly, they made a contest to promote the use of the platforms, while the award was given in July. A total of 568 children were registered in TAK-TAK-TAK, 10 teachers were registered in LabTak and 245 teachers were trained.
Acera of the Pro Mazahua Foundation is a foundation that since 1997 works for the wellbeing of Mexico’s indigenous communities with Sustainable Integral Development projects. It searches to create improvement and to make extremely poor zones with cero economical cost effectiveness into developing zones with identity and growth. Today it has benefit more than 9,000 indigenous families from seven states of the Mexican Republic.