Our Mission 

The Fellowship (FMAIP) is committed to providing impoverished indigenous peoples with decent food, water, clothing, shelter and healthcare. Our focus is on alleviating the plight of indigenous peoples in Mexico though we intend on helping indigenous peoples throughout the world. 

 

We are a Christian nonprofit organization but welcome partner-participants from all faith traditions as well as agnostics, atheists and others. After all, love, empathy, a selfless concern for others in distress or lack, altruistic giving and sacrifice, and similar virtues are exclusive to no group, nationality, creed or faith. 

 

As part of its mission, the Fellowship anticipates providing/installing manually operated, long life water pumps in various indigenous tribal communities (Mexico) to supply their people with safe water for drinking and cooking. We also have set our sights on providing clothing & medical supplies and help with medical & dental care to members of indigenous tribes needing this. We also have as a goal the supplying of funds to tribes that will expressly use this to acquire needed life sustaining supplies and materials. e.g., solar ovens, solar lighting, generators, hygiene & health maintenance products, food, agricultural seeds & intermediate tech implements/equipment, fertilizer, insecticides/fungicides, mosquito nets, STD education & preventative measures/care, educational materials and support including literacy related and spiritual welfare related, etc.  

 

The Fellowship intends to raise awareness of its mission by outreach through lectures, services, seminars, radio, television, Internet including webinars, and other forms of communication, plus the establishment of a cultural center to showcase indigenous peoples (including but not limited to how many of them in Mexico evolved and developed from Mestizos into their modern incarnations), their arts & crafts, languages, history, and specific material, physical and spiritual needs. 

Our Mission 

The Fellowship (FMAIP) deems it vital to make the public aware of the plight of various indigenous people especially in

Mexico and of the moral, ethical (and for believers) biblical obligation to help them. To this end the Fellowship will solicit donations and fund raise in order to help provide material and

financial aid to orphans, widows, the oppressed, with a special focus on helping needy indigenous peoples (Mexico in particular). We anticipate providing/installing manually operated, long life water pumps in various indigenous tribal communities (Mexico) to supply their people with safe water for drinking and cooking.  We also have set our sights on providing clothing & medical supplies and help with medical & dental care to members of indigenous tribes needing this. We also have as a goal the supplying of funds to tribes that will expressly use same to acquire needed life sustaining

supplies and materials. e.g., solar ovens, solar lighting, generators, hygiene & health maintenance products, food, agricultural seeds & intermediate tech implements/equipment, fertilizer, insecticides/fungicides, mosquito nets, STD education & preventative measures/care, educational materials and support including literacy related and spiritual welfare related, etc.

 

The Fellowship intends to raise awareness of its faith-based mission by outreach through lectures, services, seminars, radio, television, Internet including webinars, and other forms of communication, plus the establishment of a cultural center to showcase indigenous peoples (including but not limited to how many of them in Mexico evolved and developed from Mestizos into their modern incarnations), their arts

& crafts, languages, history, and specific material, physical and spiritual needs.  

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