Past Projects

Past Projects

Young Farmers of the Americas Conference

“Cultivating the next generation of food system leaders”

Today, in our country, only one in ten farmers is young. For this reason, the concern and the need arise to raise awareness about the importance of forming a generation of young farmers, indispensable for the future of our agriculture, our food security, our biodiversity and even our gastronomy. Read more

 

 

Puluy Pacha

“Walking our lands”

Support especially young farmers and their families to strengthen their efforts to revitalize and conserve their bio-cultural richness such as traditional food systems, native foods and their biodiversity. Read more

 

 

Traditional Architecture

Shilla, Ancash

Saphichay partnered with The University of San Pedro in Huaraz and worked with their Architecture students to make traditional building styles, techniques and materials relevant so once graduated they could value it and if possible honoring the knowledge by continuing its application when possible.

I Contest

“Identity without boarders”

Saphichay with the support of the Ministry of Culture-DDC Junín launch the contest “Identity without frontiers” in which young people between 18 and 35 years of age can reside within the Mantaro Valley without distinction of their roots that seek to share their knowledge and / or traditional practices with other people. The young winner will be benefited by a trip to the “Tribal Gathering 2018” festival in Panama in which different indigenous communities gather worldwide to share knowledge, besides they will belong to the network of young Rikchari and can share their experience in our festival “Kallpay warmi” annual event focused on the expression, revitalization and preservation of our indigenous identity and culture through art, music and dance.

The objective of the contest “Identity without frontiers” is to recover, reinforce and generate projects through young people who strengthen self-identification with the help of different disciplines, techniques, etc. breaking beliefs and / or complexes that generate racism and / or auto racism in rural and urban spaces.

Winner: Roberto Salazar Solano

Roberto won the contest with his workshop on " reading iconography in our traditional textiles" he shared this same workshop at a gathering in Panama

Roberto won the contest with his workshop on " reading iconography in our traditional textiles" he shared this same workshop at a gathering in Panama

Roberto won the contest with his workshop
on " reading iconography in our traditional
textiles" he shared this same workshop at a
gathering in Panama.

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Traditional Stroy telling & Theater

Students from Lima presenting in an international gathering in Machu Picchu.

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