Community Development

We improve the community infrastructure conditions through projects that respond to the necessities of the community and that have a collective impact. These projects were developed to respond to four major areas of emergency needs of communities:

Areas of emergency needs:

  1. Education. Constructing or rehabilitating schools, training centers, libraries, playgrounds, kindergarten, etc.
  2. Recreation and Leisure. Constructing or rehabilitating cultural centers, sports facilities, playgrounds, viewpoints, public squares, etc.
  3. Local level market development. Constructing or rehabilitating storages, dining, corrals, barns, markets, etc.
  4. Public Spaces. Constructing, rehabilitating or installing public lighting and electrical connections, pedestrian access, channeling clean water, small works of water and sanitation, etc.

Furthermore, within the design of each project key features such as multi-functionality and adaptability of their use in emergency situations are being considered. All of the projects include projections for the development of later stages, for example the connection to basic services, modifications and planned expansions. Each community infrastructure project will take place during an estimated six-month period, and includes the processes of the diagnostic assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.