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Project 1:

Solidarity economy processes in three indigenous territories of Mexico

From the social and solidarity economy approach, we will support indigenous families from tseltal, ayuuk and ñuhú territories through the provision of training to individuals and organizations in business, finance and agricultural issues, for agro-ecological production and the construction of full economic cycle value chains, emphasizing the community and territorial dimension.

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We assist:

2,333

People

With the local organization:
Fundación Loyola
In the line of action:
EMPLOYMENT

In Mexico we work in the lines of action of Employment and Humanitarian Aid through three projects

Project 2:

Access to rights and local integration of the population needing international protection

Hand in hand with the Jesuit Refugee Service, we will offer first aid services, legal advice and psychosocial support to people in need of international protection in Mexico and, in addition, we will work on the documentation of rights violations with the aim of influencing the competent authorities and actors.

© Javier Bauluz

We assist:

24,000

People

With the local organization:
Fundación Loyola
In the line of action:
HUMANITARIAN AID

Project 3:

Defence of migrant’s human rights

With the urgency of protecting the migrant and forcibly displaced population in Mexico from the abuses they frequently suffer, we will offer support and accompaniment through four areas of work: psychosocial and legal accompaniment and humanitarian aid; integration of migrants in Mexican territory; strengthening civil society through host communities; and networking to denounce the human rights violations to which migrants are subjected.

© Monteserín Photography

We assist:

104,023

People

With the local organization:
Fundación Loyola
In the line of action:
HUMANITARIAN AID