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La Vida has been supporting projects in Mexico since 2012

Mexico has a growing economy and social reforms are coming but at a slow pace. The country suffers with unfair trade and crime from drug-traffic and narco related activities. Poor human rights is found particularly in poor neighbourhoods and indigenous communities.

Projects in Mexico

Fondo Guadalupe Musalem

Fondo Guadalupe Musalem supports disadvantaged young women, mainly from rural, indigenous and Afro-Mexican communities in Oaxaca.

Mano Vuelta

An equitable life and rights for indigenous children, youth and women from Oaxaca with a gender, intercultural and anti-racist perspective.
Pasitos de Luz

Pasitos de Luz – New Life Mexico

Providing 10 litres of powdered milk a day for 40 disabled children
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Water Houses – New Life Mexico

The school water houses give children access to clean drinking water every day and they can also fill bottles to take home to their families.
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Amistad – San Cristobal Primary School

Providing clean drinking water and healthy meals to primary school children.
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The Clínica de Beneficencia Project

Treating over 8000 patients a year, the hospital offers medical services to those with no other access to medical care in its vicinity
Water House

Water House

The water fountain provides clean drinking water for over 450 children and their families.

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