Support Community Development
Community-based projects are proposed by local community councils in coordination with their regional CRIPDES team to address development or infrastructural needs as perceived by the people who live there. These projects may range from $100 to $10,000, and can include anything from organic vegetable gardening projects to constructing a new potable water system.
Such projects are identified by the community’s board, analyzed and executed by the CRIPDES promoters.
It is our goal that all of these projects help with the organizing efforts and education of rural communities. We actively aspire to support on-going efforts instead of imposing an external solution.
You can read some of the projects we have been involved with here.