The “Expanding the Development of Children” Model (ADN in Spanish) is an initiative with more than 10 years of experience in the social prevention of violence and crime. Based on the principle of the best interests of children and adolescents, it promotes their right to live in violence-free conditions of well-being and to have a healthy integral development.
MIDAS is an intervention model for community development that focuses on identifying, from the point of view of the inhabitants of vulnerable colonies, the problems they face, their needs, possibilities, initiatives and necessities, to encourage them to design solutions in collaboration to improve the quality of life in their communities.
We promote the construction, remodeling and equipping of school shelters to help children and adolescent continue their studies in indigenous communities in the highlands of the Sierra Tarahumara without access to basic services.
PEEPSIDA is a prevention program for secondary students that promotes the planning of a positive future in collaboration with teachers. From 2010 to 2018, PEEPSIDA has reached 203,242 students from 76 schools in 5 municipalities: Chihuahua, Casas Grandes, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Cuauhtémoc, Ojinaga and Parral.