There are over 2 million farm workers in Mexico. Over 434, 608 are migrant farm workers.
According to the Farm workers´ National Survey (ENJO) 2014, 41.6 % of labor workers live in extreme poverty; With no access to health care, elementary education, or clothing. On top of everything, with long and frequent period being laid off, among other things.
Around 42% of children of farm working families suffer malnutrition of some degree.
The lack of job opportunities, development and well being among otheres, have forced a great number of farm working youth to migrate, looking for a better life for them and their families.
Promoting the creation of sustainable farm communities, through integrative social programs that involve labor workers, producers, public and private institutions.
- Promoting the exercise of human rights of farm workers living in farming communities.
- Offering good living conditions that foster the return of labor workers families every season.
- Coordinating the participation of authorities, academic institutions and the community so they offer the required services by labor workers.