Technological Gaps A.C. Mexico
Since 2005, a group of Mexican leaders, headed by Ing. Oscar Howell, Julían Pérez, and Imanol Belausteguigoitia, have promoted the installation of the LINCOS philosophy in Tepelmeme, Villa de Morelos in Oaxaca.
LINCOS members D.I. Leonardo Montero and the Master Luis Diego Moya of the LINCOS Project of Costa Rica visit the community to elaborate an ethnographic study where we identified the needs, potential of the Mexican population, and the viability of the installation of a LINCOS project.
Conduct formal and informal interviews and focus groups with leaders of different age groups: youth, adults, and older adults. For this project, we counted with the support of the Local Government, Mr. Sabino García, Munícipe de Tepelmeme, and the Education Councilor..
The Technological Gaps Association sought the financing of the project, services recommended by LINCOS, strategic alliances, and human team to make the technological transfer and intelligent use of technologies in community life a success.