Institutional Funders & Friends


  • Local government support originates in the offices of the Region’s municipalities in Acaxochitlán, Tenango de DoriaSan Bartolo Tutotepec and Huehuetla and their sub-offices of women and indigenous affairs. This support, when provided, helps PSYDEH target respected indigenous leaders spread over rugged and expansive terrain and produce project activities.





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  • In years past, we received project support from the Mexican funders IMJUVE and OXFAM MÉXICO.


  • This help is not one-sided. In early spring 2015, PSYDEH was selected as Hidalgo’s only NGO representative on CDI’s Consejo Consultivo de la CDI, a national citizen board advising the Institution on indigenous policy, programs and actions.

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  • We work closely with the Red Nacional de Mujeres Rurales (RENAMUR). Here, a national network of women leaders help PSYDEH execute projects and link our local indigenous partners with regional, state and national women leaders to network and share better practices.



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  • In 2018, PSYDEH, in collaboration with GlobalGiving, benefits from a needed business support project with Bank of America staff based in London, UK.




  • In 2017-2018, PSYDEH qualified for the GlobalGiving-facilitated Route2Good initiative in which we work with friends global Dentsu Aegis Network and their ally the US-based Pixability to improve our crowdfunding communications strategies.





  • In 2016, PSYDEH was awarded membership in the US-based GlobalGiving Foundation’s network of NGOs who meet their rigorous vetting standards for trust and community support. Since then, we run crowdfunding campaigns and share better practices on fundraising and project measurement and evaluation with their staff and other members from around the world.


  • In 2015, PSYDEH formalized an unprecedented Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Public Sector Leader program at American University, Washington, DC, USA (AU). With this MOA, we explore ways to fund work to strengthen local, state and national leaders through innovative training that integrates AU’s Action Learning development methodology with that which is effective the Region’s indigenous communities.

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