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Mexico

Serving in Mérida, Yucatan, and Guadalajara.

Mexico

Serving in Mérida, Yucatan, and Guadalajara.

Mexico

1,442 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2019, Mentors Mexico serves communities in great need. According to the World Bank, 53% of Mexico’s population lives on less than $2 per day, while nearly 24% live on less than $1 per day. These families are food-insecure, meaning they cannot meet even their most basic nutritional needs.

The rural people of Mexico suffer the most acute consequences of poverty. Basic services that help people survive and grow — such as bank loans to build businesses and healthcare — are concentrated in urban areas. Ethnic disparities and discrimination further prevent rural, indigenous people from gaining fair access to these key services.

Through mentorship, personalized training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help the people of Mexico to transform generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Mexico.

Mexico

1,442 Families
Impacted Last Year

Established in 2019, Mentors Mexico serves communities in great need. According to the World Bank, 53% of Mexico’s population lives on less than $2 per day, while nearly 24% live on less than $1 per day. These families are food-insecure, meaning they cannot meet even their most basic nutritional needs.

The rural people of Mexico suffer the most acute consequences of poverty. Basic services that help people survive and grow — such as bank loans to build businesses and healthcare — are concentrated in urban areas. Ethnic disparities and discrimination further prevent rural, indigenous people from gaining fair access to these key services.

Through mentorship, personalized training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help the people of Mexico to transform generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Mexico.

Mexico

1,442 Families Impacted Last Year

Established in 2019, Mentors Mexico serves communities in great need. According to the World Bank, 53% of Mexico’s population lives on less than $2 per day, while nearly 24% live on less than $1 per day. These families are food-insecure, meaning they cannot meet even their most basic nutritional needs.

The rural people of Mexico suffer the most acute consequences of poverty. Basic services that help people survive and grow — such as bank loans to build businesses and healthcare — are concentrated in urban areas. Ethnic disparities and discrimination further prevent rural, indigenous people from gaining fair access to these key services.

Through mentorship, personalized training, and financial solutions, we’re able to help the people of Mexico to transform generational poverty into sustainable self-reliance.

Read below to learn more about the amazing impact being made in Mexico.

Local Leadership

Local Leadership

Executive Director

Zoram Emmanuel Varguez Bacab

Zoram E. Varguez has had a great passion for technology and education which he studied at the university. He received his Computer Science degree from the “Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana” in 2007 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Pedagogy from the “Instituto Escolar del Sureste” in 2013.

For 8 years he served as a support specialist in the Educational System of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, before becoming the Mexico Country Director in 2016, he was in charge of starting the operations of a Learning and Mentoring Center in Merida in 2017 and in Guadalajara in 2018. He has provided guidance in the opening of the Dominican Republic office, he has collaborated in the establishment of all the online courses in Mexico and contributed to the preparation of the Sales and Customer Service course in Spanish. Zoram is married to Liliana Ugalde Maldonado and they have five children.

Executive Director

Zoram Emmanuel Varguez Bacab

Zoram E. Varguez has had a great passion for technology and education which he studied at the university. He received his Computer Science degree from the “Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana” in 2007 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Pedagogy from the “Instituto Escolar del Sureste” in 2013.

For 8 years he served as a support specialist in the Educational System of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, before becoming the Mexico Country Director in 2016, he was in charge of starting the operations of a Learning and Mentoring Center in Merida in 2017 and in Guadalajara in 2018. He has provided guidance in the opening of the Dominican Republic office, he has collaborated in the establishment of all the online courses in Mexico and contributed to the preparation of the Sales and Customer Service course in Spanish. Zoram is married to Liliana Ugalde Maldonado and they have five children.

2019 Impact in Mexico

2019 Impact in Mexico

225

Mentored

individuals

3,180

Graduates

from our programs

100k+

Hours of Service

were performed

159%

average Increase

in income

550%

Average Increase

in personal savings

65%

Average Decrease

in personal consumer debt

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