One nonprofit he consults with is FAMA, who has been shepharding a project in Rancho Graciano Sanchez, a small village located 2 hours south of Puerto Vallarta, that did not have a means of environmental or economical growth. They had land parcels where they built single room homes from scavenged materials.
FAMA is helping the families to become self-sustainable by teaching them to become organic farmers, which aligns with the FAMA mission of supporting efforts for economic self-sustainability and personal growth.
But the people of Rancho Graciano Sanchez have grit. In meetings with local municipal and Rotary leaders, it was the only community that always paid their taxes in full and on time. Later, when a hurricane destroyed initial construction, the residents, isolated, sick and homeless, persisted with their FAMA commitments.
As of September 24, 2020, Rancho Graciano Sanchez now has abundant clean water. Next FAMA hopes to build a school and provide electricity.
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