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For the climate action campaign Tejate, traditional beverage of San Andres Huayapa One of our last children`s tour to El Pedregal Childrens program at  El Pedregal

Instituto de la Naturaleza y la Sociedad de Oaxaca, A.C.

Org #61226
Vetted since 2019
1991
year founded
$9,569
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

To accompany communities in their social welfare and ecological regeneration initiatives in Oaxaca, the most culturally and biologically diverse state in Mexico, yet one of the poorest. Our work seeks new approaches to conservation and the recreation of alternative technologies, combining traditional wisdom and community organization with modern knowledge and techniques. We perform in a flexible and convival manner with community partners towards a better life in an harmonious coexistence with nature.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Juan Consejo
Juan Consejo
Kiana Maldonado
Kiana Maldonado
Team
Juan Jose D Consejo, Francisco V Roldan, Jorge L Lopez, Laura L Lopez, Albaro L Santiago
Organization Information
M. Bravo 210 altos. Centro
Oaxaca, 68000
Mexico
52+(951)5146490
Organization Information
M. Bravo 210 altos. Centro
Oaxaca, 68000
Mexico
52+(951)5146490

Project Reports

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Jun 29, 2020
Promote Ecological & Social Regeneration in Oaxaca
Difficult and challenging times indeed. The pandemic condition has meant several changes in our project: interns and volunteers, specially those from abroad, were requested to leave by local...
Mar 2, 2020
Ecological & social regeneration in Oaxaca
By the end of 2019, we decided to concentrate our regeneration efforts, including the GivinTuesday campaign, in El Crestón and El Fortín, two ecological urban parks within Oaxaca city....
Dec 5, 2019
Ecological & social regeneration in Oaxaca
Oaxaca has got only two seasons: dry and wet. We are at the end of the rains but it has fallen less water than normal this year, because of climate change. That is why is so important to regenerate...
 
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