Category: Charity

25 Jan 2023

2022 Year in Review

In 2022, we took a giant leap forward in our work to make a sustainable impact in the fight against inequality in rural Mexico. This success is thanks to a lot of hard work at the local level as well as unique partnerships with global partners. It is also a reflection of PSYDEH’s intentional evolution as a […]

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09 Dec 2022

Case Study: Local Impact with 3M

Global company 3M makes a sustainable short-and long-term local impact on PSYDEH and our women-led cooperative partners in 2022-2023. 3M program facilitated by Pyxera Global When and who The partnership began in late-summer 2022 when PSYDEH was chosen by 3M and their global nonprofit partner, the USA-based Pyxera Global (PG), as one of only five […]

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12 Feb 2022

A look back at 2021…

PSYDEH increased individual and collective agency and solidarity by doubling down on multi-year field programming as well as resource diversification efforts. COVID-19 & Climate change = Fieldwork Opportunities for Empowering Agency & Solidarity The complicated, rural landscape in which we work grew more so in 2021. COVID-19 and climate change cut access to electricity and […]

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09 Dec 2021
Agency and Solidarity


We are excited about another win in our work to collaborate with allies empowering self-determination across the Americas. The Chacruna Institute of Psychedelic Plant Medicines’ Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative of the Americas program (IRI) chooses PSYDEH as one of only four Mexican organizations for their network of 20 non-profits across the Americas.   The IRI and […]

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24 Jun 2021

New 2020 Annual Report

PSYDEH’s 2020 annual report offers visually strong, narrative-centric reporting on how we navigated a hard pandemic year that reminded us of truths like how long periods of disconnection complicate relationship-centric work. Or, how organizational reorientation over five years ago continues to yield fruit. In 2016, we set out to model a new paradigm for how […]

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20 May 2021

Resource raising in German countries

PSYDEH’s resource-raising strategy continues to bear valuable fruit. Building off of Mexico’s long-standing relationship with German-speaking countries as well as our own history collaborating with German-speaking colleagues, PSYDEH launches our new strategy for target country markets Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Our priority focus areas are crowdfunding, cause marketing, and foundations. Maecenata & In late-2020, PSYDEH […]

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14 Apr 2020
business woman with embroidery displayed for sale

Artisan Embroidery Initiative is Big Success

PSYDEH is excited to announce that we have completed our 2019-2020 embroidery initiative, a key element of the ongoing “Fruits of Change” project supporting women in business and funded by global citizens who invest in our crowdfunding campaigns with USA-based GlobalGiving. Here, we back production of women leader artisans’ crafts to help these budding businesswomen […]

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05 Apr 2019

Fulbright Mahathi Kumar “ALL IN” as Special Projects Coordinator

PSYDEH is thrilled to highlight the good work of team member Mahathi Kumar, a U.S. Fulbright-García Robles Scholar to Mexico, 2018-2019. An English Teaching Assistant at La Universidad Politécnica Francisco I. Madero in Tepatepec, Hidalgo, Mahathi serves as PSYDEH’s Special Projects Coordinator. Her duties include helping PSYDEH with thought leadership on marketing material design and […]

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24 Feb 2019
Skills workshop for accessing public information

Notes from the Field, Strengthening Rights to Access Public Info & Protect Personal Data

Pursuant to 2018 work promoting the rights to access public information and to personal data privacy, and nationally recognized 2016-2017 work promoting women participation in electoral politics, PSYDEH was selected again by the Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE) for a 2018-2019 project to sustain and scale impact in this area. We use workshops, community radio spots, action learning exercises, and a regional public forum to […]

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