Training workshops in three different areas were provided: welding and plumbing, electrical engineering and pattern cutting and sewing. The direct beneficiaries were men and women aged 15 to 55 living in these communities.
The project trained 192 participants annually.
The project provided education, health and nutritional care. One Central Unit (training center) and 10 satellite units (preschools) were built and equipped to accommodate over 500 children aged 3-6 each year.
Health related topics, sessions, and preventative measures were provided to thousands of parents, and one thousand malnourished children and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers benefited from complementary alimentation. The project was handed over to DIF/Oaxaca in December 1999 and now functions within the educational network of DIF/Oaxaca.
The Center offered youth from underprivileged families technical training in general mechanics, electricity, automotive mechanics, tourism, and marketing. The Center enrolled 320 students in the first year, 640 in the second year, and 960 in the third year.
provided electricity, plumbing, and computer training to over 2,000 students.