Changed Lives. Transformed Cities. A Better Future for Latin Americans.
Camino Alliance is committed to uniting individuals, churches, corporations, and foundations in supporting ministries and organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean that are working with their local communities to address the spiritual, physical, economic and social causes driving children and families to flee their homes, helping communities to build safer and more prosperous futures.
When we unleash the power of faith, justice, collaboration, and generosity to address the root-causes of migration and urban poverty throughout the Americas, communities and people will thrive!
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Iglesia Bautista Ebenezer ministers to the families and youth of their colonia, and is engaged in creating a vital faith community that offers hope in a neighborhood destabilized by violence, poverty, and gang activity.
Asociación de Iglesias
Over the last six years, the pastors of Asociación de Iglesias Evangélicas have been establishing strong relationships that have resulted in this initiative to work together to strengthen the collective work of their ministries, especially relating to addressing the critical factors that impact the vulnerable residents of their community.
Urban Mosaic Colombia
Urban Mosaic started in 2017 on the periphery of Barranquilla as an offshoot of the work of Urban Transformation in Mexico City, which started there in 2007.
Urban Mosaic Mexico
Urban Mosaic Mexico was officially incorporated in early 2019. However, the work began in 2007 as a beta site in an urban poor community on the outskirts of the municipality of Chimalhuacán, part of Metro-Mexico City, under the auspices of Urban Transformation.
Their objective is to accompany the residents of San Mateo, Puebla, Mexico who are underserved by the current economy and systems of government.
Comunidad Cristiana Shalom
Beginning with a small group of individuals from traditional church backgrounds accustomed to doing ministry within the four walls of the church, something miraculous began to happen.
The Community of Faith, Social Action and Transformation (FAST) was established in the neighborhood of Unidad Obrera in León, Guanajuato in 2016. FAST is impacting its community through activities that aim to prevent violence and promote the well-being of children, adolescents, youth, and parents.
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