Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montana Tlachinollan





Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montana Tlachinollan

Tlachinollan was founded in 1993 with the vision of achieving dignity and human rights for the indigenous peoples of the most marginalized regions of Guerrero state in southern Mexico. The organization works to strengthen grassroots community organizing processes, disseminate information nationally and internationally about the human rights situation in Guerrero, lobby governmental institutions, provide legal assistance and facilitate conflict resolution.


Sustainable Indigenous Territorial Management

Purpose: To develop sustainable land management practices for indigenous people by strengthening advocacy skills, increasing agro-ecological production, and protecting natural water sources.

Project Grant Amount $45,000
Total Grants Received $207,055
Years Supported 6
Theme Civil and Political Rights
Population Served Migrants, Indigenous peoples, Farmers and fisherfolk