The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

International Projects

YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg

  • Helping Marginalized & Vulnerable Populations

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Mexico | Amount: $7,179 | Funded in 2008/2009

    This project seeks to reduce the number of migrant youth who, after being detained or deported from the United States, are thrown back into the dangerous streets of Tijuana and exposed to drugs and prostitution.

  • Helping Marginalized and Vulnerable Youth

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Mexico | Amount: $10,058 | Funded in 2010/2011

    This project, at the YMCA of Baja California, is Helping Marginalized and Vulnerable Youth by providing a refuge to young people and children who have been detained or deported from the United States. This program protects youth from the dangerous streets of Tijuana and participation in drugs, prostitution and violent crime.

  • Helping Marginalized & Vulnerable Populations

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Mexico | Amount: $9,810 | Funded in 2011/2012

    The Y is Helping Marginalized & Vulnerable Populations in Tijuana who have been detained en route to, or deported from, the US. It provides shelter, counseling, family reunification and protection for vulnerable youth on the dangerous streets of that city.

  • Responding to Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Mexico’s Border Communities

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Mexico | Amount: $9,650 | Funded in 2012/2013

    This project is Responding to Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Mexico’s Border Communities by supporting safety and education for youth at risk on the Mexico-US border, in Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez.

  • Meeting the Needs of Vulnerable Youth in Tiuana and Ciudad Juarez

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Mexico | Amount: $10000 | Funded in 2013-14

    Safety and educational needs of at-risk migrant and local youth will be addressed through emergency shelter, counseling and family reunification, and targeted school oriented programming in response to community priorities.