We know that the needs of infrastructure in rural communities and native peoples are immense, also that it is the obligation of the state to meet them.
In this regard, we believe that community strengthening is essential since it is the actors themselves who will be able to effectively sustain the claims and actions will enable the state to fulfill its obligation.
Beyond this conception and in order to develop different projects in areas such as production or culture, we are in some cases forced to find specific infrastructural solutions, without which these projects would not be possible. Always from the community consensus, without which no plan would be implemented.
Community centers are spaces where a community gathers and develops collective, interest-oriented activities that tend to community development. These spaces are managed and allocated by each community, and are the area for the development of community projects. In them, workshops or training projects are usually developed in various areas, such as school tutoring, meetings to reflect on problems and proposals are usually developed. Fundamentally these centers are a space of community strengthening and articulation with other communities.
The lack of water is one of the main problems suffered by the native peoples in our country and most of the towns in the world. We have started different projects such as the construction of tanks with the capacity to provide the necessary water for domestic use and irrigation, the harvesting of rainwater, the purification of hard water through reverse osmosis and the expansion of existing infrastructure.