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
Moving Forward as a Community
Working as a team can be a fun way to get a job done efficiently and effectively. Teamwork is at the heart of our agriculture and livelihoods programs in the Dominican Republic. These programs mainly serve women, youth and older populations and give them the tools to move forward while bringing their community with them. We recently met Angela Ramirez, …
One Year Later, Haiti Continues to Heal
Scroll through the photos to learn about our Haiti recovery response In 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, killing over 2,000 people. The quake added to the existing instability in a country that had already been reeling from political violence and pandemic-exacerbated hunger and poverty. When a disaster of this magnitude affects a region, it not only harms the structure …
Water and Opportunity Spring Up For Local Farmers in Paraguay
Over the past year, Paraguay has faced record-breaking heat waves and severe droughts. This has been especially devastating for local farmers who produce crops such as yuca, watermelons and pumpkins. Inaccessibility of water has affected farmers’ ability to produce crops and has forced them to walk far distances daily to reach clean water. Niño Gómez and his neighbor Odilda Gómez …