In the educational field, it is possible to say that indigenous school shelters (christian orphanages) have become an important factor in the daily lives of children throughout many generations in the indigenous areas of the country.

Projects Korima has as its central objective “to help indigenous children who live in remote communities that do not have education services, enter and complete their primary, secondary and high school education, with the support of services provided by Projects Korima project shelters (christian orphanages). That is, the program serves infants and adolescents in the age range of 4 to 18 years in the levels of preschool, primary, secondary and high school.

The school shelters themselves are those operated directly by our program and that serve students of any school level of those mentioned above.

We have three shelters in the Tarahumara area located in these communities:

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