Ania y Kin
Ania and Kin characters ―through their written stories, animations and other means― seek to inspire children to become agents of change by building a strong relationship with Mother Earth, creating a Children's Land and adopting healthy and sustainable lifestyles.
In 2014, the Ministry of Education of Peru included the story of Ania and Kin "Nature Greatest Treasure" as part of the classroom libraries of all primary educational institutions in Peru, issuing 127,000 copies.
In 2017, the Ministry of Education of Ecuador did the same in its country schools.
Between 2017 and 2018 Discovery Kids, broadcasted 13 animated micro episodes of Ania and Kin in more than 25 countries in Latin America.
In 2020, TV Peru, through its Ipe Channel, broadcasts the animated shorts of Ania and Kin. Ania and Kin resources are also used in the “Aprendo en Casa”, program created by the Ministry of Education in the context of the pandemic.
Over time we have created stuffed animals and dolls of Ania and Kin as educational play material and two sculptures of Ania that are in public spaces.
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