Support an indigenous orphan child Our Pucallpa Workshop (sewing) Our Pucallpa Workshop (silkscreen) Shipibo women exchanging techniques

Alianza Arkana

Org #10471
Vetted since 2012 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2011
year founded
$138,351
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
6
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Alianza Arkana is an intercultural grassroots organization committed to the protection, development and wellbeing of the Peruvian Amazon and the Shipibo-Konibo peoples. We serve as a bridge, facilitating access to financial, administrative and educational tools and services so Shipibo communities can live healthy, fulfilled lives By co-creating regenerative solutions in the Amazon, we're committed to celebrating indigenous traditions while protecting our rainforests.

Project Leaders
Brian Best
Brian Best
Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts
Development Team
Development Team
Team
Marcos Urquia Maynas, Liz E Melendez Rengifo, Sebastian A De los Heros Salazar, Gabriela D Delgado Maldonado, Diego A Villegas Kau, Susana C Carreiras
Organization Information
Jiron Aguaytia 560
Yarinacocha, Ucayali 25000
Peru
+51965010101
Organization Information
Jiron Aguaytia 560
Yarinacocha, Ucayali 25000
Peru
+51965010101

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Sep 23, 2022
Empowered Indigenous Woman - Ethical Fashion Markets
We are super excited to communicate very fresh news! Recently our collective has suffered some exciting changes. Since 3 months ago a very talented Shipibo young woman has been coordinating and...
Aug 26, 2022
Accompanying indigenous children: 5 weeks of work
Paro Pakebo has been going on for about 5 weeks now and sadly only has a few weeks left, because of lack of funding. Up until now the project has been a great succes and we have been able to assure an...
Jul 22, 2022
Final report Comando Matico
Comando Matico is a collective of indigenous and mestizo volunteers using alternative and traditional medicine to treat COVID-19 and other diseases in the area of Yarincacocha. This includes treatment...
 
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