About us

We Work Across all borders of the World to promote education and training

Our Story

Formations Sans Frontières – International Health Care Education (FSF-IHCE) an international non profit was founded in 2004 and has its headquarters in Lyon.
The Association Act of 1901 – The previous regional office of the Rhône-Alpes region was officially acknowledged by the World Health Organization (OMS / WHO) in 2005.
Through actual activities and successes, it has therefore become a non-governmental organization (IONG) recognized not only in Europe, but also globally.
FSF-IHCE also has sub-representative offices in Europe, Asia, and Africa, which are in the process of being developed.



Our Work in Mexico

With an estimated population of over 120 million, the country is the eleventh most populous and the most populous Spanish-speaking state in the world while being the second most populous nation in Latin America. Mexico is a federation comprising 31 states and a special federal entity that is also its capital and most populous city. Other metropolises include Guadalajara, León, Monterrey, Puebla, Toluca, and Tijuana.

The country has the highest rate of homicides, corruption penetrates every level of government, freedom of speech is constantly threatened, human development is falling behind, and 52 percent of the population lives in poverty.

FSF-IHCE Mexico aims to meet the needs for training and education in the fields of education for children, health care, and security that meets internationally recognized standards, as well as expertise and training for the construction of a migrant center in Tamaulipas (at first step ) with adequate sleeping, medical, and psychological care, educational, and recreational space. 

Women, single women with children, single-parent households, minors, minors with guardians, individuals with chronic degenerative diseases, and those with pending asylum petitions are among the most vulnerable populations targeted by our initiatives.

Our Mission

To provide expertise in Wood Construction of the first decent comprehensive Care Center for migrants in the Mexican North Border and provide training and education in the fields of Health, Education for Children and Security for Victims of Violence and people on the move in Mexico.

Reason for Our Presence in Mexico

  • Highly violent context, high vulnerability (poverty and exclusion)
  • Border cities with a permanent flow of people on the move (migrants and returnees) who are exposed to violence.
  • Health system lacks proper care to victims of violence/Sexual Violence and specialized mental health care.
  • Lack of standardized, coordinated health care and circuits of social care for migrants, IDP´s and deportees.
  • Absence of International Humanitarian Organizations.

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good health

Good Climate

clean water


get involve

We Invite volunteers across the world to support our Team in Mexico