World Vision is a global relief and development leader with 70 years of empowering the most vulnerable to overcome poverty and inequality.
For 40 years we have been working in Mexico, with national and international recognition, transforming living conditions and increasing opportunities for a better future for girls, boys, adolescents and young people who live in situations of greater vulnerability in the country.
What We Do
We transform living conditions and increase opportunities for a better future for girls, boys, adolescents and young people who live in situations of greater vulnerability in the country; working hand in hand with the communities, the federal, state and local government, civil society, local, national and international organizations and companies, sharing the joy of transforming lives.
Young People Without Means of Livelihood: In Mexico there are 32 million young people between 14 and 29 years old (National Institute of Statistics and Geography (2017); of which more than half are in a condition of economic poverty. Learn more
Children in a Situation of Mobility: We work with shelters, communities and government organizations through 3 axes: Strengthening safe spaces, reducing xenophobia and creating networks for attention to protection and health cases. Learn more
Rural Childhood: In Mexico inequality still marks great challenges, currently 4.8 million girls and boys do not attend school and most live in rural areas. Learn more
Urban Childhood: In the country, 3.3 million children and adolescents are in a situation of child labour, including housework in inadequate conditions. Learn more
Why World Vision Mexico
For 40 years we have been transforming living conditions and increasing opportunities for a better future for girls, boys, young people and their communities.
• We have positively impacted the lives of more than 200 million vulnerable children around the world. We empower communities.
• We guide them to set goals, and we equip them so that progress sticks and continues after we're gone.
• We work with communities, churches, federal, state and local governments, civil society, local, national and international organizations.
• We transform lives: In the last 10 years, we have transformed more than 1 million lives, so that children and adolescents live fully.
• We create opportunities.
• We guide and equip people in vulnerable contexts with tools, regardless of their religion, race, or gender.
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Médecins Sans Frontières
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Bahia de Todos los Santos 162,
Col. Veronica Anzures,
C.P. 11300, CDMX, Mexico
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