ABOUT US

We are a Social Housing and Community developer that contributes to the development of the communities through the integration of the families in the self-production process generating employment and fostering sustainable development.

WHAT DO WE DO?

We provide adequate housing solutions for low-income people who don't have financial opportunities, involving them into the process and the social inclusion.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

In line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 agenda, our impact contributes to the following goals:

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1985
¡Échale! A Tu Casa arises as a civil society organization using the ECOBLOCK as its main building material with thermal, acoustic and ecological characteristics; besides being produced in the region
1997
¡Échale! A Tu Casa was established with the purpose of design a support model for low-income families through social housing self-production.
1998
Our first project was carried out in Chiapas to help along the families affected by the hit of the hurricanes Paulina and Mitch, working altogether with the Instituto de Promoción de Vivienda (Institute of Housing Promotion) of Chiapas, we rebuild more than 300 homes for the families.
2004
In this year we joined two projects, the first one a collaboration with the program Habitat for Humanity, two social housing communities were built in Puebla and Veracruz. The other one was working together with FONHAPO in La petrolera, a community in the State of Mexico. More than 60 families were benefited with homes built with ECOBLOCK produced in the community.
2005
The social self-production housing program was launched in the community of Jocotitlan helping more than 100 families. Also we worked through our social inclusion program on the rebuild of Tapachula, Chiapas, which was hit by the hurricanes Stan and Wilma .
2006
With the support of Fundacion Azteca and a Oaxaca's OSC, the community of la Soledad, Oaxaca was chosen to develop our housing self-production sustainable program supporting the families.
2007
The Families of the communities Platano, Cacao, Corregidora, Cucuyulapa and Estancia Vieja of Tabasco got their homes built sponsored by the program Ponle un techo a tu país.
2008
We began the first stage of house development in the community of Nuevo Juan de Grijalva with the construction of 25 homes thanks to the social self-production housing program in Chiapas.
2009
80 homes were built sponsored by the DIF in the communities Ayala, Jonacatepec, Ocuituco, Xochitepec, Miacatlán, Tetela del Volcán, Tlaltizapán and Tlaltitenango in the state of Morelos.
2010
This year the states of Aguascalientes, Mexico City, State of Mexico, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Michoacan, Morelos, Puebla, Tabasco and Yucatan were benefited with 3,000 housing improvements.
2011
Was a remarkable year, we implemented 9,016 actions in 22 states. 8,191 were house improvements and 684 were social self-production of housing.
2012
Was a remarkable year, we implemented 9,016 actions in 22 states. 8,191 were house improvements and 684 were social self-production of housing.
2013
The families in Morelos, Puebla, Tlaxcala, Mexico City, Tabasco, Quintana Roo, Campeche and Tamaulipas were helped with 3,592 house improvements and social self-production of housing.
2014
In partnership with Fundación Azteca, we relocated and rebuilt two affected communities: Venta Vieja, Guerreo 112 families and 25 in Zancarrón, San Luis Potosí. Additionally, more than 1,000 families were benefited by house improvements and social self-production of housing in 6 states.
2015
The municipalities of Novolato and Angostura in Sinaloa were hit by the hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel, after the devastation, we joined with Fomento Social Banamex rebuilding the homes of 136 families.
2016
In alliance with the State of Tabasco, the community of Tenosique was benefited with the construction of 175 houses.
2017
As a result of the earthquakes in September, we collected donations with the #ECHALEMEXICO program to achieve the rebuild of homes.
2018
Moving on with #ECHALEMEXICO program, more than 2,200 families in 7 states affected by the earthquakes, recovered their heritage. Additionally 2,982 projects of house improvements and social self-production of housing were implemented.
2019
We renew our image after 21 years and leaving our name like ÉCHALE. As well as, two entities with complementary visions were born. ÉCHALE Fundación and ÉCHALE Financiera, together they will seek to bring Mexican and world's families a suitable home.

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