In Mexico, 53.4 million people are living in poverty.
The Sierra Tarahumara is one of these regions, where the deepest misery lies.
Because of its orographic conditions and its tendency to scatter, around 125 thousand Rarámuri indigenous people living in the Sierra suffer from poverty, marginalization and isolation, and both children and adults suffer from different degrees of malnutrition.
The Rarámuri are constantly experiencing periods of food shortage, maternal mortality-children, malnutrition, tuberculosis, severe diarrhea and respiratory infections.
In addition to the above, they coexist with problems of land tenure, dispossession,
persecution and exploitation.
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