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Our mission is to provide community-driven, public health-focused engineering for people in crisis.

Each month, we help over 10,000 asylum seekers gain access to water, hygiene supplies, shelter, and education at the US-Mexico border. 

Every person has a right to humanity, safety, and privacy - regardless of where they are born.

Women founded, women led

Started by 3 women working at the US/Mexico border, Solidarity is committed to including traditionally marginalized populations directly in projects to create sustainable solutions.

Public health focused

The goal of Solidarity is to better living conditions through the implementation of projects that address both physical and mental health.

Community centred projects

Working in low resource, often hard to reach places means focusing on providing means for the communities themselves to identify and implement projects.

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Displacement disrupts access to basic needs

Displacement disrupts access to basic needs

All humans need basic necessities to survive, but in situations of disaster, conflict, and mass displacement access to basic needs is often limited or non existent

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How we are helping

We work to improve the lives of displaced populations (including asylum-seekers, refugees, migrants, and stateless persons) in cartel-controlled Mexican border cities.


As the only engineering organization providing aid in refugee camps along the border, most of our work addresses critical water, sanitation, hygiene, and infrastructure gaps. However, due to the population's diverse needs, Solidarity also engages in educational outreach, public health research, and advocacy.

Our Partners

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Be part of the solution

If you'd like to donate or fundraise for us, or volunteer to support our work, you'll find what you need here. 

As a non-profit, Solidarity relies on the generosity of its volunteers and donors.

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