San Luis Potosí community partners are committed to making their community what they want it to be, and they’ve decided such an endeavor cannot be done alone. But they no longer are depending on partnerships as ways to merely receive aid. They are shaping their partnerships themselves, and are on their way to improving the lives of their families and their whole community.
Traditional stoves in the villages where we work in Mexico fill houses with smoke that the whole family breathes in, creating poor health conditions from poor air quality. Read how The Hunger Project-Mexico is partnering with Water for Humans to improve community health and support environmental sustainability.
The Hunger Project-Mexico attended the First High Level Meeting for the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation in April. The Global Partnership represents an alliance of over 160 organizations.