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    PEACE Mexico

    Bay of Banderas, Mexico

    PEACE stands for Protection & Education: Animals, Culture, and Environment, and those are the causes for which this organization stands. PEACE Mexico works to increase educational and economic opportunities through community development programs that include programs helping animals, community beautification, educational initiatives in cooperation with local public schools, and a boutique dedicated to promoting fair trade practices.

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    Pina Palmera

    Pochutla, Oaxaca State, Mexico

    Pina Palmera has spent more than 30 years bringing human rights to disabled persons from rural communities. They work within a majority of indigenous communities and with people of all ages. They are located on the southern coast of Oaxaca State in San Pedro Pochutla. They offer rehabilitation processes, social inclusion, information, education and awareness workshops. Volunteers are needed to help run all aspects of the organization, as well in specialized areas of physical therapy and rehabilitation.

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    Puente a la Salud Comunitaria

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Despite food shortages and food scarcity, Oaxaca state is suffering from an obesity epidemic. Puente uses the small-scale production of amaranth with agro-ecological methods to offer farmer families nutritional, environmental, and economic benefits. By increasing nutrition education and access to healthy, local foods, marginalized farmer families improve nutrition and health. And with the sale of these crops, the families also receive economic benefit.

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    Techamos Una Mano

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    Techamos Una Mano works to use light-weight materials and new technology to solve the housing shortage issues in Oaxaca. Several government programs at the federal and state level seek to resolve the housing shortage in Oaxaca. However the large number of Mexicans in poverty makes it impossible for these programs to cover the total population in need. Construction volunteers are needed to help build homes.

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    Tortugas FundaciĆ³n Yepez

    Veracruz, Mexico

    Tortugas FundaciĆ³n Yepez A.C. is a non-profit organization that has been protecting sea turtles in Veracruz, Mexico for 46 years. The organization is small and family run and needs volunteers to help protect the endangered turtles and implement eco-projects in the region.