|Exact location of the project:||Town of Santa Maria de las Nieves. Region Chinantla. Oaxaca state|
|Local partner:||Fund for Peace|
|financier:||City Council Berriozar (Navarre)|
|Deadline for execution & oacute; n:||5 months|
|Families and participants:||11 family / 48 people, approximately|
It is intended to provide 22.000 liters of water for human consumption through tanks 1.100 liter water filters with a capacity of 20 liters, for a total of 80 people in the community of Santa Maria de las Nieves. also, training and home visits with their play materials and constant accompaniment of team Peace Fund will be made, our local partner, It is working with indigenous communities in Oaxaca since 10 años. All actions Peace Fund carried out together with indigenous communities are based on a participatory planning process, that is to say, through this methodology engages people at all times, so that communities are those who embody and identify their development needs; then each subject has planning committees and commissions. also, the field technician of the institution belongs to the ethnic Chinanteca, native speaker and original language of the region, which breaks the cultural barrier.
The beneficiaries are families in poverty and high poverty risk. Oaxaca is one of the states that has major deficiencies and gaps in education, bless you, basic services, feeding, social Security, among others. According to the National Council for Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL), Oaxaca food poverty ranks fourth nationally in multidimensional poverty and thirdly in terms of economic dependence and; this based on families lack purchasing power stable and / or permanent, potentiated in rural areas and inaccessible. Communities have high rates of social exclusion and educational; he 85% of the population is living in poverty, and a 99% in at least one social deprivation. Income is below the baseline of being in a 75% and lack of basic services exceeds 78%, so the shortcomings are exposed which makes them vulnerable population. Equally, the locations where it will directly affect the present project are in areas of high and very high marginalization as well as being within the Program for the Development of Priority Zones (PDZP) and the national crusade against hunger (CNH), government programs respectively.