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On September 7th and 19th, 2017 two earthquakes changed the lives of millions of Mexicans. The areas affected include Oaxaca, Chiapas, Puebla, Morelos, and the state of Mexico.read more
Pelagios Kakunjá is an organization that is driven to protect the biodiversity of the Gulf of California. Pelagios centers on the research of shark species to produce information for regional management and conservation strategies.read more
Local Baja California Sur (BCS) nonprofits Corazon de Niño and Amigos de los Niños have joined forces with state-of-the-art H+ Hospital to run a campaign known as “Unidos de Corazón,” which diagnoses and treats cases of congenital heart defects in children from throughout the state.read more
Fundación Dibujando Un Mañana invests in Mexican nonprofit organizations that specifically work with the youth to promote their holistic development, empower them to become agents of change for themselves and for their communities, all while exercising their basic rights.read more
International Community Foundation’s health and human services program firmly believes that health is a fundamental human right; and through its grant-making and special initiatives, it will strive to protect and improve the health of all people, with a focus on underserved communities in Mexico.read more
The increasing flows of migrants place a lot of pressure on people’s lives and economies on both sides of the border. Therefore, it is important for donors to get involved in the International Community Foundation’s Border Fund and support a thriving community of individuals and civil society organizations who are responding to the needs of these vulnerable populations.read more
At the Annual Bi-National Summit in the San Diego/Tijuana region called, Orgullo Sin Fronteras, people were brought together to speak on the issues of LGBTQ+ individuals in their communities.read more
The ten Baja Waterkeepers are part of those groups doing the amazing work to ensure the right to safe and clean water in the beautiful communities of Baja that we call home.read more
Located on a 250-mile coastal wetland complex in Baja California Sur, Laguna San Ignacio is a refuge for the Pacific Gray Whale to give birth and raise their young in harmony.read more
Obesity Epidemic in the Border Region: ICF Advancing Solutions to Preserve Public Health in our Backyard
In recent years, the border region between California and Baja California has experienced an alarming trend of increased rates of obesity among the Hispanic/Latino population. In California’s Imperial County, more than 35% of the population is obese. While just across...read more
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