We are a non-profit association created with the purpose of supporting in an integral way the indigenous communities of the Tarahumara. We have 14 years of work in the region. At all times, we respect the uses and customs of the Rarámuris. In coordination with the Sisoguichi Parish, we work and invest in educational, health, productive, social and cultural projects.
+ 250 children in the Antonio de Oreña Boarding School, Primary School and Preschool. Our school population includes Rarámuri girls from the municipalities of Bocoyna and Carichi.
+ 150 teenagers in the Sisoguichi Institute and Boarding School, where they receive their high school education. The majority of our students are Raramuri from different communities in the Tarahumara.
+ 15,000 people have been cared for over 40 years at the Tarahumara Hospital. We provide health services to the entire northern area of the Tarahumara.
+ 500 people per year who benefit from the komerachi, a temporary shelter for relatives of patients and people in transit.
+ 240 children in the soccer school. In association with the Toluca Club, we organize women's and men's leagues in different categories. We build a fast soccer field and subsidize uniforms, sports material and coaching.
+ 12 community agreements per year. Through our collection center and bazaar, we trade food in exchange for work or activities that promote community development. We support charitable assistance activities.
We offer courses for healthcare personnel, workshops on human rights, and meetings with community leaders, among others. In the Native Community Support Center we have 50 sleeping spaces, a kitchen, and living rooms. It is offered to ONGs, the Diocesan Indigenous ministry, and state government departments.
+ 300 young people in sports and music workshops.
19 indigenous communities among which the following stand out for their importance and population: Panalachi, Tewerichi, Sojáwachi, Bawinokáchi, Ojachichi, La Laguna, among others. We offer them support in their traditional festivities and in their daily lives.
We plan to open a high school attended by Marist and Lasallian Brothers that will be affiliated with La Salle University.
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