Who We Are
LAFISE Group makes the important decision to contribute to the country’s education, thus creating The Zamora Terán Foundation in 2009, a non-profit organization aimed at implementing in Nicaragua, as pilot country in Central America, the “One Laptop Per Child” Educational Program.
Mindful of the fact that providing all the country’s elementary school children with their own computer as part of a comprehensive educational program is an ambitious endeavor, they recognize that the project needs to join efforts with other private companies, governments, governmental and nongovernmental organizations, friendly countries and individuals for building children’s future.
The “One Laptop Per Child” Program was created in 2005 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Boston, according to Mr. Nicholas Negroponte’s vision.
The vision of the program is to improve the quality of education for vulnerable children around the world providing them with the opportunity to access a powerful educational tool
OLCP Program has been successfully implemented in more than 20 countries around the world.
Where you can find us
The Zamora Terán Foundations operates in Costa Rica through a strategic partnership with the Quirós Tanzi Foundation.
The Zamora Terán Foundation supports Fondo Unido de Guatemala and the ALMO Foundation, organizations that incorporated Ixmukané School into the “One Laptop Per Child” Educational Program.