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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.