The rain hasn’t stopped in the Mexican State of Tabasco since Tropical Storm Gamma left 6 thousand victims. Now, 8 different districts in the state have reported floods and lack of basic services due to Cold Front 9. Heeding the call, our Go Team Rescue Team is working with district, state and national civic protection […]
n these moments a Cessna 414 airplane with a pilot, a mission leader and 4 Go Team rescue workers are heading to Ixhuatán, in the Mexican State of Chiapas, to deliver 9 tons of help to 4,500 vulnerable people. The state has been hit by heavy rainfall, affecting at least 16 thousand people and flooding […]
Volunteer groups in three different countries -Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico– delivered help to families affected by the Hurricane ETA. The storm had disastrous consequences on its path through Central America, causing flooding and mudslides in the region. According to the BBC, many people have yet to be found, and entire communities have lost all […]
CADENA volunteers visited Tabasco to attend to the more than 6,000 victims of Tropical Storm Gamma. We delivered 566 pantries donated by BANAMEX; 221 personal hygiene kits donated by P&G Careers; 250 cleaning kits donated by Walmart Mexico and 100 water filters, donated by the Church of Jesus of the Later Days in Mexico. We […]
In the wake of Hurricane Delta, the strongest to hit Cancun in fifteen years, our Go Team rescue team carried out a mission in the Yucatan Peninsula, along with the Mexican Army and municipal, state and federal Civic Protection Agencies. The team helped cleaning roads, performed damage evaluation and installed 12 water filters in communities […]
During our mission to Villa de Zaachila Oriente, in the Mexican State of Oaxaca, we visited whole neighborhoods who live of recycling. The town is located next to the largest trash depository of the state. We delivered pantries, personal hygiene kits, non-perishable foods, clothes and blankets. We’d like to thank Sikanda- Sociedad Internacional Kanda AC […]
During a mission to Zongolica, in the Mexican State of Veracruz, CADENA volunteers met Diego, a visually handicapped boy who plays piano and flute. CADENA’s medical team transported Diego and his mother to Mexico City, where he was checked by specialists who wanted to improve the boy’s quality of life. The doctors inserted an “eye […]
For six consecutive weeks, CADENA Cabos delivered 100 packages of foods to the Santa Rosa and Nueva Esperanza food kitchens. The food was given to people who lost their jobs or had diminished incomes due to COVID-19.
We delivered pantries to people who lost their jobs to COVID-19 or suffered from diminished incomes, In collaboration with CItibanamex. Thank you!
CADENA’s Secretary-General, Benjamin Laniado, participated in the “Community of Faith and Peacebuilding” conference organized by Mexico’s Ministry of Governance, along with their General Direction of Religious Affairs. Check out the video: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=940223816467572&extid=QqbzcQnhj29RqHdq