The Operational Center for Housing and Population, has a work history of more than 40 years in the field of population and housing. It is a non-profit Mexican civil organization, plural and without political affiliation. It is composed of women and men who make up a multidisciplinary team, professional, technical and social promotion committed to building better living conditions for the population, training social subjects capable of specifying proposals for their claim and the construction of Alternative projects of society that seek social justice, solidarity, self-management and democracy.
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A project from 5 different sectors in Mexico by The Hunger Project
In Oaxaca, The Hunger Project works with five Mazateca communities of women and men farmers within the municipality of San Jos Tenango. By facilitating Participatory Action Research in 2011, in which community... Learn more
Last updated October 7, 2017