Our work to raise awareness and eliminate inequality spans across 8 different countries,
including Central America, Mexico, and Canada.
Our grassroots partners in Mexico work directly with impoverished rural, Indigenous, and Afro-Descendant communities in Southern Mexico.
Our partners in Mayan-led partners work with impoverished, rural Maya communities (principally Maya K’iche’, Mam and Kaqchikel) in Guatemala’s Western Highlands.
In Honduras, we provide support to the campesino movement, and our focus efforts on promoting women’s and labour rights at a national level.
Our Salvadoran partners’ work is in the promotion of women’s and labour rights, and in the sustainable agricultural development of the Usulután province.
Our support is largely focused on strengthening and promoting the rights of women and workers, and, more recently working with Miskito communities on the Atlantic coast.
Our programs in Costa Rica support Indigenous peoples and regional organizations who work with campesino and refugee populations in the region.
Currently, we are supporting our partners to develop an early childhood development curriculum for marginalized children across Panama.
We engage directly with Canadians to promote greater awareness of the challenges faced by Central American and Mexican communities.