In December, the “Passage Education” aerial laboratory program arrived in Colombia, Which will benefit 2,000 children and youth in the country, by delivering school supplies, technological items, books, telescopes and laboratory equipment through an unprecedented flight.
The first transformation of low-income communities will be in Duitama, in Boyacá (December 7), with the initiative “flag for” And then it will be the opportunity to Barranquilla (December 10) with “Stars on the Beach”.
The goal of “Traffic Education” It is to work with educators and community leaders so that donated items are the first step to making a difference in the community from the realization of educational projects.
Colombia is not the only country that has benefited from this program, as it has also happened in Peru, Argentina, Chile and Jamaica, Haiti, among others. In fact, they have a target of more than 15,000 students participating.
This project is thanks to pilot Lee Giatwho wants to preserve his father’s legacy of flying humanitarian flights to help people who need it most.
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