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Our Development Programs

MAMA is proud to offer our support through the programs detailed below. We welcome any questions about our programs at our listed e-mails below.


Sholarship payment in El Ciprés

  • Scholarship Program

MAMA has established a Scholarship Program to provide assistance to children and youth of families with limited economic recourses, who want to study in an elementary school, high school, vocational school or in the university. Students receive a monthly stipend that assists with school-related expenses and their families participate in a continuing education program. The Scholarship program benefits an average of 300 students of the different levels.


Educator with preschoolers in the Jucutuma preschool

  • Preschool Education

In 1990 MAMA started its first preschool, and currently has 7 Centers for Prebasic Education (CEPREB) in rural and urban marginalized comunities, operating according to the "Play and Learn" methodology. MAMA supports about 200 preschoolers (4-6 ½ yrs old) with school preparation, bible teaching, deparasitization, and continuing education for teachers and families.


Dia del niño

A celebration of Children's day at the Educational Center, Colonia 6 de Mayo

  • Special Education

In school 5 out of 10 students show signs of learning disabilities and often do not receive adequate atention. MAMA established a Community Center for School Tutoring and Special Attention in the high-risk zone of 6 de Mayo in 1997, later opening a second center in 2006 in Sandoval Sorto. The program offers individualized assistance to an average of 130 students with learning difficulties and instruction to families and teachers of the students on the topic of Special Education.



Crafts class in the library of the center in 6 de Mayo

  • Student Library

In the 6 de Mayo community MAMA has a student library with educational materials and children’s books open to community students who need extra resources for the completion of homework assignments. The space is also used for short-term community courses, such as craft classes.



The Computer Lab

  • Computer Education

Since 2005, MAMA has had a computer lab in 6 de Mayo with 10 student computers with which more than 100 community kids a year are able to receive basic courses at very low cost. The lab also has internet service and offers access to the students from the library and computer sessions for the special education students.


  • Nutritional Snack for Kids

The work of the MAMA project began in the area of health. We continue to bake a nutritional cookie at the Diakonia farm that supplements the nutrition of children in the communities where MAMA works. In many cases, the snack benefits sick and elderly persons, pregnant women, and malnourished children.



Recipients of a baking class, Diakonia Farm

  • Community Builiding

MAMA does community-building workshops in a number of communities focusing on topics of personal, family and community development. In this way, MAMA strengthens the relationships it has with the comunities where we work and supports the formation of leaders in the community and the churches.


  • Diakonia Farm
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Proyecto MAMA Updated January 21, 2014

1 calle, 3 y 4 aves., N.E., Barrio Barandillas • San Pedro Sula, Cortés, Honduras, C.A.

Tel: (011) (504) 2557-9733

Tel. Fax 2558-0286