About Our Work In El Salvador

We don’t teach how to read and write. Instead, we use reading and writing as essential tools to develop dialogue and debate, self-reflection and self-actualization. That’s why we measure our impact through changes in pro-social behaviors, to demonstrate changes in how learners see themselves and their futures. Reading and writing are tools to navigate school and work, but also the foundations for trauma-informed practices to create resilience and empathy.

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September 16, 2020

Un click puede llevarte a lugares insospechados

Por Mezti Cornejo. Conocí ConTextos por casualidad. En 2019 me invitaron a ser parte del equipo de apoyo del Congreso de Docentes que realizan cada…

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September 16, 2020

Pensando en educación

Por Melvin Moreno. A más de un año de estar de manera más intencionada, sistematizada y con mucha apuesta interviniendo un modelo educativo con jóvenes…

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El Salvador Programs

Literacy for life

Literacy for life is creating safe spaces to promote learning and self expression through reading and writing using a socio-affective and socio-educational model amongst the communities.

Literacy for reconciliation

ConTextos strengthen relationships and communities through literacy processes and a socio-educational focus; inviting to recognize those who have historically remained silent, and have only been able to express themselves from the cycles of violence, repression and exclusion.

Social Dialogue

We provide space for different actors of society to engage in dialogue, connect with each other’s stories, empathize and become key elements who generate transformation and solutions in order to strengthen the social fabric.
This is a safe space that allows us to build community.

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