GPA is committed to building long-term partnerships with communities and creating strong support networks

Our Partners

 

Save the Children, Mexico

 

Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. It works in over 120 countries, saving children’s lives; fighting for their rights and helping them fulfill their potential. Save the Children and GPA collaborate on several training programs for traditional midwives in Chiapas.

 

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Formación y Capacitación FOCA, A.C

 

FOCA is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that offers free education, training and guidance to marginalized groups, women, children in need and rural youth, and indigenous organizations and communities in the state of Chiapas. The team at FOCA is made up of women and men who have over then years of experience in popular education and gender mainstreaming. FOCA and GPA collaborate on training initiatives with traditional midwives in Chiapas.

Mexica Tours

 

Mexica Tours is a travel agency in Chiapas, Mexico whose mission is to show the state of Chiapas through original and memorable experiences that maintain a high level of social responsibility to the local cultures and the natural environments in which they live. Mexica Tours has partnered with GPA to offer transportation to the remote, difficult to access communities in Chiapas where GPA works.

 

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Strategic Alliance of Civil Society Organizations For Health, Food and Nutrition in Chiapas

 

GPA forms part of this Alliance, which includes 14 participating organizations and is headed by Fundación Cántaro Azul. It seeks to strengthen the capacities of each organization and consolidate their collective efforts to impact health and malnutrition outcomes in the Highland Region of Chiapas.

 

 

Contact Us

Global Pediatric Alliance

P.O. Box 640046

San Francisco, CA  94164

USA

 

 

info@globalpediatricalliance.org

 

 

415.567.3698

 

GPA's Mission

 

Global Pediatric Alliance promotes grassroots empowerment and community-based healthcare to improve the lives of women and children, and reduce maternal and infant mortality in Latin America.

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Jarosz, Nikhol Esteras, and Stacey Ramirez

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