Nov 18, 2020

Indigenous women united for reconstruction

 

                                

             

INDIGENOUS WOMEN UNITED FOR RECONSTRUCTION

 

 

 

The COVID 19 pandemic hits our Country, our state of Oaxaca and has reached the Mixe Region, which has forced us to control entry and exit to our community to keep ourselves safe.

 

Despite everything, this situation has given us the opportunity to apply what we have learned so far and organize ourselves to take care of health, food and take preventive measures.

 

The production of food in a healthy way has been important, as well as advancing the cultivation of cocoa in our nursery, and as soon as the plants are ready, we have taken them to the plantation in the field. We hope they grow and adapt very well, since they were born here.

 

The CODICE team has strengthened its ties with organizations and networks to generate information that supports the communities and make visible the problems that are often left out of the forecasts and programs that are generally designed.

 

CODICE has been accompanying us to have information about the pandemic, inviting us to spend time preparing ourselves within our families, learning more about how to defend ourselves against this threat, improving our health and taking other measures for the care of all family and community members.

 

                                     Zompantle, Cacalotepec, Mixes, Oaxaca, Mexico. November 2020.

 

 

                 


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Jul 20, 2020

Indigenous women united for reconstruction

 

 

                            MUJERES INDÍGENAS UNIDAS PARA LA RECONSTRUCCIÓN

 

Informe julio 2020

Desde 2017, cuando experimentamos un terremoto que dañó nuestros hogares y nuestra seguridad, hemos estado trabajando para reconstruir nuestras vidas y crear las condiciones necesarias para que los accidentes no nos afecten tan profundamente.

La pandemia de COVID 19 ha limitado la celebración de reuniones generales, sin embargo, estamos compartiendo con otros colegas las tecnologías ecológicas que hemos aprendido porque ahora sabemos que esto mejora nuestra salud y la vida de todos en la comunidad, como es el caso de las estufas de leña.

Afortunadamente, el equipo de CODICE nos dio la capacitación a su debido tiempo e instalamos el vivero de producción de cacao y ahora nos turnamos para atenderlo y las plantas están creciendo y pronto estarán listas para llevarlas a los campos para plantarlas intercaladas. cultivo de cafe

En nuestra comunidad no hay presencia del virus COVID -19 y esperamos mantener a nuestras familias saludables, e incluso cuando tenemos pocos recursos financieros, hacemos todo lo posible para mantener la calma, comer bien y mantener la atención necesaria. Mientras tanto, nos preparamos para mejorar los empleos agrícolas y mejorar la economía.

. Gracias por tu atención.

Mujeres de Zompantle, Oaxaca, México.


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Mar 26, 2020

Indigenous women united for reconstruction. (37836

 

INDIGENOUS WOMEN UNITED FOR RECONSTRUCTION

 

Progress report, March 2020

 

 

 

The earthquakes of 2017 affected our homes and our way of life and work. With the accompaniment of the CODICE team and the support of GlobalGiving, we have been making progress, making our wood-saving stoves, maintaining ecological toilets and growing vegetables.

 

Now we are aimed at improving the economy of our families by growing new products suitable for our climate and living conditions, such as cocoa.

 

We already had the experience of planting the cocoa plants and we see that they adapt very well, now we have the seed and we was established a small nursery. We are applying our experience and learning more with great encouragement, we want to make chocolate and other products and thus make better use of our resources and obtain economic income.

 

Thanks for your support.

 

Zompantle mixes women.


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