Fundación Ávila Cruz A. C., contributes to reducing extreme poverty in indigenous communities.
At Fundación Ávila Cruz AC, we intervene based on our own comprehensive model that allows us to manage and implement participatory, inclusive and sustainable community development projects in indigenous communities focused on overcoming extreme poverty through four lines of action.
In our line of action to strengthen capacities and abilities, we generate projects focused on individual and collective empowerment around the implementation of family and community actions to train agents of change.
• Face-to-face workshops on critical thinking, human and social capital. • Face-to-face workshops on human development, arts and crafts certified by the SEP. • Face-to-face workshops on gender equality and human rights. • Face-to-face labor and productive training workshops. • Financial education workshops. • On-site courses on economic development certified by the SEP.
In our line of action of food and nutritional security, we generate projects aimed at guaranteeing the availability, access and consumption of healthy and nutritious food in quantity and quality in indigenous families to ensure the production and supply of safe and nutritious food.
• Food guidance talks. • Health and nutrition workshops. • Face-to-face workshops on food and nutrition education. • Face-to-face workshops on the use of technology, eco-technology and eco-technics. • Food aid allocations. • Productive infrastructure (family and/or community greenhouses, food dehydrator). • Projects of productive activities (modules for rearing and production of poultry, sheep and pigs). • Family farming projects (horticultural, fruit, beekeeping and aquaculture).
In our community health and well-beingline of action, we generate projects focused on health services and community social development in indigenous communities to prevent, care for, and improve health and social well-being.
• Health promotion campaigns. • Talks on the prevention of chronic non-communicable diseases. • Talks on maternal and child health. • Face-to-face workshops on childhood overweight and obesity. • On-site workshops on drinking water and sanitation. • Medical community days. • Non-pharmacological and pharmacological treatments. • Community conferences on hearing health. • Hearing health talks. • Oral health community days. • Oral health talks. • Rainwater harvesting systems. • Provisions of rainwater purifying filters. • Comprehensive micro-watershed projects (masonry dams, water pots, bordes, etc.). • Community water and sanitation projects.
In our line of action of cultural identity we generate projects aimed at promoting and preserving music, dance, native languages, crafts, customs and traditions in indigenous communities to rescue indigenous worldviews, gastronomy, symbology and ancestral knowledge.
• In-person music, singing and dance workshops. • Face-to-face workshops on traditional techniques, new techniques and craft design. • Face-to-face workshops on new technologies. • Assistance and professionalization of the artisans. • Assistance and accompaniment of fairs, events and exhibitions. • Projects to promote music and dance. • Projects for the preservation of native languages, customs and traditions. • Nature tourism projects.
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