Supporting achievement of community goals and addressing global inequalities through caring intercultural relationships in Ecuador's Otavalo Canton and Mali's Bandiagara District

 



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Recent Stories from Tandana's Blog...


Oct
2

Hear stories about the benefits of the Sal Health Center to children

Since the Sal Heath Center was opened in Mali earlier this year, many patients from around the Sal Sector’s five villages have been receiving needed medical care. Many of those patients have been children, who previously lacked access to local and reliable healthcare. The center, which was made possible through the efforts of village residents … Continue reading "Hear stories about the benefits of the Sal Health Center to children"
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Sep
25

Helping Elvis play soccer again

Fourteen-year-old Elvis Oyagata lives in rural Cutambi, Ecuador, and soccer is his favorite sport. However, for several years, Elvis was not able to walk, let alone play soccer, without pain. Español Français When Elvis was 11, a mass that had been slowly growing in his left leg began causing him so much pain that it … Continue reading "Helping Elvis play soccer again"
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Sep
18

‘The women of the Sal Sector welcome with great joy the arrival of the Sal Health Center’

The new Sal Health Center in Mali is now providing women with access to prenatal and maternity care as well as routine and other necessary procedures, including recently starting free vaccination clinics for children and infants. Safe and reliable access to these services was long-desired by the Sal Sector’s residents before the center’s opening, as … Continue reading "‘The women of the Sal Sector welcome with great joy the arrival of the Sal Health Center’"
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Sep
11

Celebrating 15 Years of Intercultural Friendship: Weaving Friendships

In recognition of The Tandana Foundation’s 15th anniversary, we are creating 15 videos featuring cherished members of the organization’s global family. Published in a series of 15 posts on this blog, these videos will highlight key aspects of Tandana’s philosophy, community partnerships, and impactful work that has been done, along with projects still in progress. … Continue reading "Celebrating 15 Years of Intercultural Friendship: Weaving Friendships"
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Sep
4

A standing ovation: Tandana’s Summer School returns in-person to great success this year

After being held virtually for two years, The Tandana Foundation’s Summer School program in Ecuador returned to in-person instruction this year. Among those happiest to be back in-person was Hank Fincken, who has taught a theatre course to students during seven iterations of Tandana’s Summer School. Español Français Below, Fincken recaps what happened in Summer … Continue reading "A standing ovation: Tandana’s Summer School returns in-person to great success this year"
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