Nestled between two mountain ranges in the outback of Sonara, Mexico is the village of Rosbayo. Here in this community about 60 families live in about a fifteen mile radius. Taking a trip to this area is like taking a step back in time where you are more likely to encounter a horse or a team of mules plowing a field than an automobile or tractor. Due to the remote location and lack of adequate numbers of children there is no opportunity for the older children in this area to be educated without going to live in a larger distant city for the school year. Some still choose to do this.


Elementary aged children are taught at the public school located in Rusbayo. 


Concern International is also involved with the local families, assisting with food, clothing, and medical care to those in need.