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Sewing practice New learnt technique: Engraving Kene Nete: sharing new skils with shipibo mothers Improving the sewing mashine technique

Alianza Arkana

Org #10471
Vetted since 2012 Top Ranked Site Visit Verified
2011
year founded
$96,218
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
3
projects funded

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
Macarena Arias
Macarena Arias
Laura Dev
Laura Dev
Development Team
Development Team
Jessica Northridge
Jessica Northridge
Team
Marcos Urquia Maynas, Brian Best, Liz Melendez Rengifo, Orestes Rengifo Cauper, Macarena Arias
Organization Information
Jiron Aguaytia 560
Yarinacocha, Ucayali 25000
Peru
+51965010101

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2443899282
Organization Information
Jiron Aguaytia 560
Yarinacocha, Ucayali 25000
Peru
+51965010101

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2443899282

Project Reports

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Jan 8, 2020
The last Activities of our First Year
November was a month full of surprises and events! We worked a lot while perfecting the practice and learned new things. The firsts professionals and originals products were ready: tee-shirts and...
Jan 6, 2020
Rainy times, planning time
  January in Ucayali is a month characterized by more intense rainy climate than the rest of the year. Our work with the brothers and sisters in the affected communities by this complex climate...
Jan 2, 2020
Let's Learn Together in 2020!
The radio program Áxenon Ikánwe was born out of the Shipibo-Konibo’s efforts to repatriate their own Panoan language dictionary in the Central Peruvian Amazon, and demonstrate how...
 
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