Espaanglisch Peru aims to transform the future generations of Peru. We are doing this by:
Providing free English language education for children in underprivileged areas and partner organizations
Connecting international and local volunteers with our students
Organizing events where students and adults of all ages are able to practice English, Spanish and other languages
We are a community of people dedicated to creating equal opportunities and developing quality of life for the children in Peru.
4 schools, 6 partner organizations, 1500 kids, 75 international volunteers and 25 local volunteers on average per year.
Our goal is to provide students in public elementary schools with language lessons. We promote equal opportunities between men and women and equality in public schools in underprivileged areas. We promote cultural exchange through the process of learning between international volunteers and students. We guarantee that all children, regardless of their socioeconomic and cultural condition will have an opportunity to learn in a fun and interactive environment.
We are a non-profit organization with a vision to reduce the education inequality gaps and to increase opportunities for underprivileged children through the teaching of languages, with the primary focus on English.
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2005 - We realized that adults who already speak English hardly have a chance to practice their language skills in Peru. We therefore launched the Gringlish program.
2007 - Espanglish Peru was established with the purpose of teaching English to kids for whom it would be otherwise unavailable. The first year we worked with 3 schools teaching 450 children. Our first volunteer arrived in July.
2015 – started working with organizations NISOLO and SAYARIY Resurgiendo.
2016 – 2 new schools added: Julio Gutiérrez Solari School and Telmo Hoyle de los Ríos School.