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What is Fondo Semillas?

Semillas is a non-profit organization focused on improving women’s lives in Mexico. We dream of a country where all women, indigenous, mestiza, black, young, migrant, heterosexual, lesbian, mothers, and students alike, can make their own decisions and have access to health services, a decent job, justice, and happiness..

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Programs

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supported organizations

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women benefited directly

2.2

million people benefited indirectly 

21

million dollars
invested in women’s projects

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Testimonials

Tanya Pliego

“I blindly trust Fondo Semillas. I trust their professionalism and their proposal of empowering women as a long term objective with a multiplying effect, but, above all, I trust their dedication and commitment to achieve their goals with warmth, delight, and empathy.”

Tiaré Scanda

“Being part of Fondo Semillas is a privilege: the privilege of giving oneself; of interweaving concerns, abilities, energies, and resources with audacious, productive, creative, combative women who are committed to building a better country.”

Carmen Aristegui

“Fondo Semillas seeks to promote a sense of solidarity between women. It is a wide, generous, efficient, and trustworthy path where we can make our contribution and fulfill our desire to collaborate towards creating a better society.”

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