The Tarahumara live in the States of Chihuahua and Sinaloa, Mexico and their basic needs include electricity, housing and food. Education is part of our aid package.


For more information about the project please visit the website of VOCES POR LA NACIÓN RARÁMURI DE SINALOA AC.

Girls Home


The Girls Home supports the education and provides medical and psychological assistance to abandoned girls between the ages of seven and eighteen.

The girls are encouraged to maintain an independent life by actively participating in their community. The staff of the Girls Home help them with love, tenderness and discipline, to define their personalities.

The Girls Home is looking for the productive integration of the children into their communities. For the last 15 years the project has cared for more than 500 girls, who have been able to re-enter society or return to their own families.

The girls are accepted as they are; getting help they slowly regain their emotional stability and start a socialization process which leads them to greater independence.


Mexico City


For more information about the project please visit the homepage of Ayuda y Solidaridad con las Niñas de la Calle.

Against Blindness


Cataracts are the biggest cause of blindness in the world. This deprives many children and adults from living a full and normal life. The main objective of the project “Against Blindness” in Mexico is to help people with minimal financial possibilities to regain their eyesight through low-cost cataract operations.

Ayudamexico also assists the modernization of Public Ophthalmology Centers by equipping them with sophisticated technologically medical devices and by raising funds for medical training of Mexican doctors and nurses.

We are helping the opthalmology clinic in Acapulco, Guerrero with funds to purchase hospital supplies to perform these necessary cataract operations. In the past 18 months, these Centers have performed 4100 operations and 30,000 consultations.


The "Contra la Ceguera por Cataratas" charity operates in the Mexican State of Guerrero and Chiapas.


For additional information concerning the charity, please visit the website of Centro Público de Oftalmología en Guerrero.

Happy Children

This project is in a town called Villa Hidalgo which belongs to the state of Jalisco.

One of our collaborators has a child with a disabiliy. Over time he has found out that in that small village, he is not alone with this problem; there are many children with similar disabilities, unable to go to a "normal" school.
A school was then created ad hoc on the porperty of one of the concerned parents, with specialized assistance from Guadalajara.

The condition is that our support is considered as a start up aid to give the project a positive psychological boost. It should not be used as a regular contribution to the success of the project, which shall subsequently operate independently.