We have been supporting projects in the Aztec country for years
The United Mexican States, with its more than 120 million inhabitants, is the most populated Spanish-speaking country and one of the most linguistically diverse. Almost 300 languages are spoken throughout Mexico, of which 67 are recognized as official. The country is also the largest tourist power in Latin America and the second largest economic power after Brazil.
The Mano Amiga de Chalco organization, through the “Transforming children’s and young people’s lives in Valle del Chalco” project, works to bring about the full integration of those individuals who do not have the same opportunities for development due to their socioeconomic status.
With the project Educating Emotions, children and young people with limited resources who suffer from cancer in Mexico receive support so that the disease does not mean a loss of their life projects. LaCasa de la Amistad covers their emotional and educational needs.
It is possible to transform the social environment through education. With this key principle in mind, Mano Amiga de Chalco works on academic excellence and comprehensive training of children and young people in Chalco so that when they reach adulthood they can work for the common good and transform this valley.
The MAPFRE – Nariz Roja school for children with cancer offers personalized education and nutrition to children with cancer from low income families so that they do not fall behind in their studies as a result of time spent in hospital and the effects of the disease.
In the Monte Albán community, in Oaxaca, there are no opportunities. Poverty plagues this community with high rates of marginalization and vulnerability. The association CESAL works to transform this reality with a comprehensive care program that promotes human development of children and young people, and their families.
The Santa Fe Community Center offers an impoverished population a comprehensive care facility where they can access services which would otherwise be impossible for them to find. The center provides wide-ranging support to this underprivileged population and gives them the chance to improve their living conditions.
The Alimenta un niño (Feed a child) project covers the nutritional needs of 330 children in Santa Fe
The Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María works on the “Feed a child” program in Santa Fe, Mexico City. The project wants to bring an end to the food insecurity suffered by children living in vulnerable situations by offering them a healthy nutritional service as well as the chance to develop their skillset through an educational program.
This project from the Fundación Real Madrid Social Sports School “We Grow” aims to reinforce the practice of sports as well as a socio-educational approach, among other aspects.
This Comunidad MAPFRE project, in conjunction with the Panamerican University deals with topics such as education, healthcare, and legal advice, and promotes the development of beneficiaries and their abilities.
Children and young people who take part in the social sports school have very few options for personal development, low academic aspirations and are at high risk of abandonment.
The Nariz Roja (or Red Nose) School project for children with cancer, implemented by this association, provides educational, health and nutritional care to 100 people in Jalisco, Mexico.
The UPAEP (Popular Autonomous State University of Puebla in Mexico) provides scholarships and support for young people with dreams of social leadership to help them become agents of change in their communities.
The “Accompanying a generation” project aims to fight the social exclusion of children and young people through training strategies that enable them to better develop as they achieve real equality of opportunity.
The organization runs several projects, all focused on offering educational, emotional and training tools so that young people with cancer can continue with their schooling.
Once the children are no longer hungry, the canteen works on their education, supporting them to help prevent them from dropping out of school and instilling values in them to reduce violence and boost their resilience.