Rainwater harvesting is the collection and storage of rain, rather than allowing it to run off. Rainwater is collected from a roof-like surface and redirected to a cistern. It is one of the simplest and oldest methods of self-supply of water for households.
The project is focused on young girls reaching puberty and beginning their menstrual cycles. All Girls deserve a fair and equitable chance to succeed. We are committed to informing and empowering them. by providing ecologically sound menstrual management kits. Our goal is to help them stay in school and succeed.
This project provides equipment, training and education for the establishment of beekeeping cooperatives in the San Miguel rural communities. The cooperatives provide honey and bee products for family health and to supplement family income.
This project strives to improve our community by planting a variety of trees in public spaces. We have added trees to the Alma senior home, the Unidad Deportiva and many of the small parks around San Miguel.