The Fabretto Foundation offers a rural secondary education program with the following six pillars of curriculum; mathematics, natural sciences, literature, language and communication, agricultural technology, and community service.
Pictured above is Edelsin Méndez, a student in the Fabretto Foundation secondary education program. In her own words, “For generations, Nicaraguan farmers have relied on growing and selling coffee for their income. But rising temperatures can allow a fungus, called roya or coffee rust, to take over. Through Fabretto’s SAT program, I have acquired organic farming skills which my family and I put into practice at our coffee farm. My family is proud we are growing the finest coffee in the world.”