This foundation is a non-profit, public benefit corporation, inspired by the principles of the oneness of mankind as enshrined in the teachings of the Bahá´í Faith, and which has been founded for the purpose of promoting world order and sustainable development , particularly in the cities located in the Imperial and Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico Valleys.
Some of the principles which are being emphasized in the courses on Moral Leadership as well as in the Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial (S.A.T.) include: Honesty, justice, the equality of men and women, truthfulness, the elimination of all forms of prejudice, detachment, as well as others.
The Anisa Foundation has begin by offering courses and seminars to the governmental and industrial institutions in the area on the concepts of
In 2000 it received funding from The Border Health Initiative in order to promote a year-long gender equality program called "Alza tu Rostro" in the Mexicali public school system.
In February 2003 it finished a
six-month degree program in conjunction with the Autonomous University of
Baja California and the Secretariat of Public Education in Health Education.
The Foundation also offers conferences on the different principles of world unity and social and economic development in the Imperial Valley as well as in the Mexicali Valley in schools, colleges, universities, foundations and associations.
The Anisa Foundation is implementing the pre-youth training in rural service (S.A.T. - Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial- Tutorial Learning System) which includes education in farming, animal husbandry, poultry raising and community service (specifically, classes in basic health and in teaching reading and writing) within a context of sustainable development which has been developed and implemented by F.U.N.D.A.E.C. in Cali, Colombia over the past twenty-five years. Anisa also colaborates with FUNDEBER, another Bahá´í-inspired educational foundation, located in Tepic, Nayarit and which also promotes the S.A.T. program in its area.
The foundation also supports a musical group called Tlacoa which means "he who speaks or sings" in Spanish.
Special recognition and thanks go also to Jalál Frazelle here in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, for sacrificing much of his time, talent and energy to put together these WebPages as well as to Santana Villa for the construction of the present phase of the website. Please address webpage comments and suggestions to: Webmaster
Bahá´í Resources on the Internet
CETYS -- Centro de Educación Técnica y Superior, Baja California, México
The Bahá´í Newsmagazine
Health for Humanity
Please send your suggestions or comments to the Office of the Anisa Foundation
The Anisa Foundation
Narciso de Mendoza 645
Colonia Magisterial, Mexicali, Baja California, 21290
Telephone/Fax: (011-52-686) 566 - 7152, e-mail: Fundación Anisa, A.C.
or to the Foundation´s U.S. address:
1101 Ollie Avenue 5709
Calexico, Ca., 92231
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