Pioneering New Work in Zona Norte, Tijuana

Americas Children shifts focus to children in Zona Norte, Tujuana!  Zona Norte is the skid row of Tijuana. Homeless people, drug addiction and violence are all part of this area that’s sits on the border. And then there are children, whose mothers work and live on very meager incomes, struggling to make it each day, leaving the children in a position where they don’t have access to school, they roam the streets, and come “home” to a filthy one room apartment at night where several siblings sleep on cardboard boxes — they need education, nutrition, and help…



Americas Children is making a difference in the lives of children through our outreach and discipleship programs in Tijuana, Mexico.  We are focusing our resources on reaching kids in public schools through our values based education program and through targeting the most vulnerable children caught in the web of poverty, drug culture, and the sex trafficking environment that exists along the Mexico-US border region.


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Give to Americas Children’s New Vision to Reach Children

Donate Now! Americas Children is moving in new directions in 2017 to feed and disciple children.  With a new focus on child discipleship our teams are developing new strategies to ensure our efforts address both physical and spiritual poverty.  What is spiritual poverty? Whether or not we have problems or struggles in life, we still need God and a relationship with His Son, Jesus. The Bible teaches that all of us (not just some of us) needs God’s grace and mercy. By our very nature we are broken people with no hope except for God.