Latin America and the Caribbean
Everyone should have a safe home and be able to earn a living, put food on the table and care for their children. And we should be able to make this happen in a way that lifts up local cultures and gives voice to the marginalized.
From Mexico to Argentina, we're teaming up with compassionate partners to make this happen. We focus on reaching people who society often excludes, such as families in remote areas. Or children with incarcerated parents. Or people who have left their homes in search of safety or prosperity.
Whether it's through growing gardens, rebuilding neighborhoods following a hurricane, or advocating for vulnerable communities, we are ensuring everyone has the right to a dignified life in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Join us as we partner with these communities and open new doors.
Explore our work in Latin America and the Caribbean
Domestic Rainwater to Reduce Climate Change Vulnerability
No matter who you are, where you live, where you grew up, what you look like, or how old you are, you need water to survive. So what happens when you live in an area with hardly any water? A grassroots movement to scale up rainwater harvesting and other water solutions in hard-to-reach communities is gaining momentum in South America. …
Reflections of hope and resilience in Haiti
Over the past few years, the people in Haiti have continued to teach us a lesson of hope for a better future, despite the daunting socio-political challenges that the country faces. Amidst uncertainty and instability, our team in Haiti is helping our neighbors care for and strengthen their minds through mental health support. “The crisis has a big impact on …
A Blessed Region Receives More Blessings
When we asked farmer, human rights activity and interpreter Nery Brito how he would describe the Ixil region in Guatemala, he said, “Blessed. It is rich in vegetation, diverse and fertile.” Nery is part of a CWS-supported food security and nutrition program, in which he focuses on working with indigenous populations to conserve both their resources and traditions. He told …