On November 19th, 2016, ICF co-sponsored the 1st Annual El Triunfo Gastroeconomic Festival in Baja California Sur to raise funds for the restoration of historic La Ramona smokestack. The Festival was a great success with 250+ attendees. Read more in The Baja Citizen and BCS Noticias articles, and learn how to Adopt-A-Brick for the restoration work set to begin in January 2017.
A Press Conference co-sponsored by Qualcomm Wireless Reach was held in Mexico City on August 31, 2016 to announce the results and next steps of the Dulce Wireless Tijuana Study. As of September 12, 2016, a total of 25 articles were published about the study and numerous television clips were aired.
September was Hunger Action Month, and one San Diego foundation wants to inspire you to help solve hunger across the border.
As Featured on BuzzFeed and now for purchase on iBook
For two years, Photographer Malcolm Linton and writer Jon Cohen documented the stories of people who are at risk or living with HIV/AIDS in Mexico’s border city of Tijuana. The result is their beautiful, haunting book, “Tomorrow Is A Long Time – Tijuana’s Unchecked HIV/AIDS Epidemic”.
As Featured on Page 12 of Journal del Pacifico-Summer 2016
When Dr. Sula Vanderplank and Dr. Benjamin Wilder, through The Next Generation Sonoran Desert Researchers, approached ICF to finance a biodiversity assessment of the Arroyo La Junta area in the Sierra foothills–where the Mexican government had authorized the Los Cardones gold mining project–we knew it was the right next step.
As Featured in The San Diego Union Tribune
The Todos Santos Music Festival was created by Peter Buck of REM and brought to life by The Hotel California to add music to the long list of artistic endeavors hosted in this Pueblo Magico in Baja California Sur, Mexico…
As Featured on Page 20 in The Baja Citizen
On the night of September 14th, 2014, just a little over a year ago, Hurricane Odile made landfall near Cabo San Lucas, and wreaked havoc as it made its way up the peninsula…
As Featured on KPBS.org
The tuberculosis rate in Baja California is higher than in all 31 states in Mexico, according to the Pan American Health Organization. Imperial County’s tuberculosis rate also tops all 58 California counties…
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