Improve the quality of indigenous education in schools located in Mayan communities of Yucatan, Mexico, through the implementation of an education model for girls and boys that includes art; working with the land; and fundamental contents of respect, identity and values
Increase access to organic and affordable food, purified water and supplementary food staples for Mayan families in Yucatan through the implementation of strategies oriented to promote healthy children, increase income sources and strengthen local trade networks
Enhance infant and maternal health and reduce gender-based violence by training midwifes who will guide parents in upbringing practices that favor the development and physical and mental health of Mayan girls and boys, ages 0 to 2
Kim Carter, superintendent of Battle Creek Public Schools, and La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, announce their commitment to improve student academic achievement.