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Results of Our Programs

The greatest gift that can be given to an impoverished child is the opportunity to grow into a life of self-sufficiency.  Safe Passage provided an opportunity for over 550 children to attend public or private school in 2012.

2012 Annual Report Video

 

2012 Academic Results

SAFE PASSAGE                                             GUATEMALA AVERAGE

Pre-school passing rate: 100%                 Pre-school not publicly available

Primary School Passing Rate: 88.9%       Guatemala Average: 83.7%  Source

Secondary School Passing Rate: 79%     Guatemala Average: 54% Source

SP Graduate Family Income/month $361  Local Family Without a Graduate $78

High School Graduates: 11

Adult Literacy Graduates: 5

Download our Professional Development Program Report Slideshow

You learn more about our financial results here.


Database Resources

Safe Passage began using Blackbaud's Education Edge student database in 2013 to improve our capacity to track critical student progress and measure outcomes. As we advance, we hope these outcomes and analysis can help other institutions working to alleviate poverty through education. Safe Passage also uses the Raiser's Edge database to maintain thorough, confidential donor information to ensure the long-term sustainability of our program and properly manage and track donor data.