Projects

Computer-Assisted Learning (CAL)

CAL is an inexpensive and effective way of providing basic education in developing countries. A digitized curriculum is installed on computers, which are used by students to learn at their own pace. After completing the curriculum, a student is eligible to take the national exams for graduation to the next grade.

Village-Building

 

The inability of the landless poor in Honduras to access the formal economy through production has led to much conflict and bloodshed. As a result, many people have fled their home country, most to the U.S. and some to Canada. CPI believes that it has a model of peaceful land distribution that could, if widely adopted, significantly mitigate the refugee problem.

Model for Self-Sustaining Villages

Tapiquilares

Moto-taxi Vocational Training

 

Moto-taxis are a common and affordable means of transportation in Honduras. A donation from the Flaman Foundation enabled CPI to develop a vocational  education program for the maintenance and repair of moto-taxis. Staff have assembled a collection of 58 YouTube videos for students to study before they begin to tear down and then reassemble vehicles. The next step is to build a facility in which students will gain hands-on experience working with moto-taxis.

Establishing a Moto-taxi Vocational Training Facility

canadian peacemakers international, cpi