We began working with the elementary school Niños Héroes, in order to complement the students’ official educational program with art, health, and agriculture.
Valle La Paz Foundation is legally formed as a non-profit civil association. The Foundation is geared towards promoting Agriculture, Education, and Health.
We implement community diagnostic efforts using the consulting firm Melchor Ocampo, in the El Manzano, Mesa Rica, Potrerillos, and La Huerta San Agustin communities.
The rural clinic begins to operate, headed by Dr. Jaika Brachmann.
Through INCMNSZ, a diagnostic study takes place regarding the nutritional state of members of all four communities.
The first grant from CONACYT is obtained, with the goal of evaluating our model of integrative development by taking it to practice.
The first grant from Telefónica Foundation is obtained, seeking to eradicate child labor in the communities.
The first grant from Medicina Antroposofica Goetheanum Dornach Foundation (Switzerland) is obtained, with the aim of fostering the development of Anthroposophic medicine in the rural clinic.
The first grant from INDESOL is obtained.
INBA develops and implements the Choral Project, involving more than 180 children from the surrounding communities.
A second grant from CONACYT is obtained, with the goal of evaluating our model of integrative development by taking it to practice.
A third grant from CONACYT is obtained, used to develop courses, seminars, and workshops.
The first grant from The Oak Tree School is obtained (TOT) to build the cafeteria for the Mesa Rica high school.
A Grant from the Hospital de Nutrición is used to monitor the School Breakfast program in all four communities, and anthropometric studies are carried out in order to evaluate child development.
Lavinia Negrete Morales joins the Foundation, directing Valle La Paz’s community choral, under the tutelage of Fomento Musical, Secretary of Culture.
Rural medical services are renewed by Dr. in Homeopathy Wendy García Luna, with the support of the Tonantzin dispensary and Flor de La Paz Foundation.
We receive a grant from TOT (The Oak Tree School in Metepec, Edo de México) to remodel the Preschool facilities in Mesa Rica.
Christian Felber, the Economy of the Common Good model’s founder, visits the foundation and the community of La Huerta.
We receive a grant from the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Médicas y Nutrición Salvador Zuvirán (INCMNSZ) which allows us to continue with the School Breakfast Program in the four communities.