¡Atención, promotores y amigos en México! Lea y siga las instrucciones de este documento y compártalas con todos en su comunidad. Sigamos estas recomendaciones por un México seguro hasta que haya una vacuna disponible. Tia se preocupa por ti! Gracias a Hesperian Foundation ❤
Photo by Jessica Rose
We accomplished a lot last year! The new year will be no different. Click here for our 2017 Year Wrap Up Newsletter or you can find our newsletter at
https://tpctia.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/newsletter010218.pdf See photos and highlights from 2017 and get a sneak peak into our plans for 2018.
After our most recent project near Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, these two bright medical students from Universidad del Valle de Mexico tell us what volunteering for our project and working with the poor meant to them. Very sweet and moving.
This Sunday marks our 10th Anniversary of incorporation, though our research began in 2005. To celebrate, we are taking the time to remember all of the people and places that made this journey so special. Thanks to the hard work and support from so many, Tia has gone from just a dream to the reality of serving free health care to over 130,000 needy villagers.
Tia’s Decade in a mini photo album. Click on the link or type into your browser: https://tpctia.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/noticas010816.pdf
Tia’s year end newsletter is out which recaps our activities for the year. If you would like to be added to our email list, just email Nate Harris at email@example.com and he’d be happy to include you.
Click here Noticias 12/10/15 or go to this address: https://tiafoundation.files.wordpress.com/2015/12/noticas121015.pdf
Yesenia Monroy Chavez (left) and Ynoscabel Reyes Hernandez (center) were absolutely instrumental in the success of our last project in Cuautitlan de Garcia Barragan. Both work for the local government and acted as liaisons with each department. They assisted us with finding a location for our courses to take place and searching for a great caterer for our brigade and Promotores. Since both these remarkable people come from the Nahuatl community, they guided us through the various villages and helped us recruit the best, most motivated Promotores to serve their people. Yesenia and Ynoscabel went far beyond their job descriptions to make our project sustainable. Thank you both from all of us at Tia!