Empower communities to end child marriage - Mexico Educate and Empower Girls in Mexico Help marginalized Mexican children and teenagers Help marginalized Mexican children and teenagers

Yo Quiero Yo Puedo

Org #2506
Vetted since 2009 Project of the Month Site Visit Verified
1985
year founded
$280,637
raised on GlobalGiving
14
years fundraising
5
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

To create and implement programs which contribute to sustainable human development in order to allow individuals to take control of their own health, productivity, and lives.

Projects (8)

Project Leaders
Martha Edith Givaudan Moreno
Martha Edith Givaudan Moreno
Rocio Castaneda
Rocio Castaneda
Karina Estrada
Karina Estrada
Zaira Gutierrez
Zaira Gutierrez
Team
Martha E Givaudan, Hector G Perez
Organization Information
Malaga Norte No. 25
Col. Insurgentes Mixcoac
Mexico City, Mexico 03920
Mexico
(+52 55) 5611 5876
Organization Information
Malaga Norte No. 25
Col. Insurgentes Mixcoac
Mexico City, Mexico 03920
Mexico
(+52 55) 5611 5876

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Empowered girls move the world!

By Karina Estrada | Project Development Lead

Launched in 2017, this effort is a partnership between Yo Quiero Yo Puedo, Nike, and other allies. Today, PLAY MORE — ACTIVE SCHOOLS is in 132 schools, it has supported more than 278 physical... Read the full report ›

Girls and boys develop skills to prevent gender violence

By Luis Enrique Elizalde | Lider de Programas de Educacion

We have returned to help girls and boys develop life skills and intrinsic empowerment with a gender perspective to prevent violence. Hand in hand with the Vesta Program “Walking together”,... Read the full report ›

Help us end the sale of girls for marriage!

By Karina Estrada | Project Development Lead

Why does child marriage happen in Mexico? Child, Early and Forced Marriages and Unions (CEFMU) occurs because the families of the girls do not have the necessary resources (financial, socio-emotional,... Read the full report ›
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