These are our strategic alliances with whom we achieved our goals.

Alpina Foundation

Alpina Foundation focuses on the improvement of Nutritional and Food Safety (SAN, for its acronym in Spanish) in Colombia, generating and transferring knowledge. It builds institutional and community capacities looking for their sustainability and autonomy. The main goal of Alpina Foundation is to promote and/or execute initiatives, projects, and activities that contribute to the improvement of the population’s nutritional and food safety.

American Nicaraguan Foundation

The American Nicaraguan Foundation was established in 1992 with the mission of contributing to the fight against poverty in the poorest sections of Nicaragua by providing priority resources in areas such as education, health, nutrition, sustainable development, and humanitarian aid. It serves 15 departments in Nicaragua and both Autonomous Communities (RAAN and RAAS).

Bravo Valley Procuenca Fund

The Bravo Valley Procuenca Fund is a nonprofit that promotes actions supporting the recovery and conservation of the Bravo Valley with projects that foster the permanence of forests and streams while enabling the welfare of the Valley’s residents.

CARE Guatemala

CARE Guatemala is a humanitarian organization established in 1945 to fight poverty in a global scale. It prioritizes working with girls and women because when they have the proper resources, they get the power for bringing whole families and communities out of poverty. CARE has operated in 90 countries implementing humanitarian and long-term development programs that address the subjacent causes of poverty and social injustice, thus bringing a lasting change in the lives of people in vulnerability.

Educational Services of the Bajio

Educational Services of the Bajio is a professional association established in 1995 in the city of Leon, Mexico. It aims to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of marginalized communities with alternative education, consulting services, and with the implementation of social and productive projects.

FEMSA Biotechnology Center

FEMSA Biotechnology Center at the Tecnologico de Monterrey integrates researchers from diverse academic departments into interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research groups consisting of Biochemical Engineers, Food Engineers, Biologists, Chemists, Physicians, among others. The goal of FEMSA Biotechnology Center is to apply science on technological development and on the creation of business opportunities. Its activities focus on three main areas׃ Bioprocess Engineering, Food Biotechnology, and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology.

Food Banks of Mexico

Food Banks of Mexico is a nonprofit organization operating in Mexico since 1995 that focuses on salvaging food to combat hunger and to improve the nutrition of people in vulnerability in Mexico. It consists of a network of more than 60 food banks located throughout Mexico; this is the only network of food banks in the country and the second largest worldwide.

Food for the Hungry

Food for the Hungry is an international aid and development organization operating in more than 20 countries; it was established in 1971 looking to overcome all forms of poverty while focusing on several fronts such as water, education, agriculture, and health, among others. It aims to help vulnerable communities to transform positively the locations where they reside.

Inter-American Development Bank

Established in 1959, is the leading source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong commitment to achieve measurable results, increased integrity, transparency and accountability.


Social entrepreneurs established METAS in 2012 looking to provide education on health issues – specifically diabetes and obesity, in an effort to reduce the incidence of these illnesses in Mexico. The goal of METAS is to create leaders that transform the country’s health through innovative and sustainable health education services that achieve the welfare of people.

Millennium Water Alliance

The Millennium Water Alliance is a coalition of leading American organizations focusing on access to safe water and sanitation for millions of people in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This alliance was established in 2002 looking to foster programs with the highest standards of quality, transparency, and reliability; it also looks to work with its members to escalate effective and sustainable solutions for water, sanitation, and hygiene education issues.


One Drop is a NGO established in 2007 and headquartered in Montreal, Canada. It is an initiative of Guy Laliberté, founder of the Cirque du Soleil. One Drop has the mission of fighting poverty by supporting access to water and sanitation while raising individual and collective awareness about the need to spring into action to ensure that safe water is accessible for everyone.

Planet Water

Planet Water is a nonprofit international development organization based in the USA; it focuses on bringing safe water to the poorest communities in the world. It operates by installing water filtration systems based in the community and by implementing educational programs focusing on health, water, and sanitation. It concentrates efforts on rural schools and villages with sustainable solutions combined with educational programs of hygiene practices.

Save The Children México

Save the Children is the world’s largest independent movement supporting children, it is present in over 120 countries. The mission of Save the Children is to motivate progress in the way the world treats children and adolescents while accomplishing an immediate and lasting change in their lives. The organization defines its actions through a focus on rights, by maintaining a multicultural and gender perspective, and by directly addressing issues of educational quality, health and nutrition, protection to children, risk-reduction, and emergency attention. It has been present in Mexico since 1973.

Tecnológico de Monterrey

Universidad privada líder en América Latina, conformada por un sistema universitario multicampus con 33 planteles en México y una Universidad Virtual con sedes en México y América Latina.

Tecnológico de Monterrey

Latin America's leading private university, formed by an multi-campus university system with 33 campuses in Mexico and a Virtual University based in Mexico and Latin America.

The Nature Conservancy

Founded in 1951, The Nature Conservancy is the world's most important conservation organization, with a strong commitment to respect, integrity, diversity and long-term results.

The Water Center for Latin America and the Caribbean

As a joint initiative from Tecnológico de Monterrey, FEMSA Foundation and the Inter-American Development Bank focused on the creation of a center of applied research involving the sustainable use of water in Latin America and the Caribbean.