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...


Dec
5

A letter of thanks from a Tandana Scholarship student motivated to teach others in her family and community

Dear Tandana Foundation: Best regards to all who participate in this beautiful foundation. You do not understand how grateful I am right now, and I will always be proud to have been part of The Tandana Foundation and its scholarship program. English Français Una carta de agradecimiento de una estudiante de la beca Tandana motivada … Continue reading "A letter of thanks from a Tandana Scholarship student motivated to teach others in her family and community"
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Nov
28

Celebrating 15 Years of Intercultural Friendship: Nayeli’s Story of Healing

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: Nayeli’s Story of Healing"
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Nov
21

American and Ecuadorian students work together to raise money for music and art supplies for a school in Ecuador

After participating in a virtual exchange program organized by The Tandana Foundation, students from Sharon High School in Massachusetts in the United States were motivated to launch a months-long fundraising effort for and with their new friends at the Jaime Roldos Aguilera Intercultural Bilingual school in Urkusiki, Ecuador. Español Français Along with learning about their … Continue reading "American and Ecuadorian students work together to raise money for music and art supplies for a school in Ecuador"
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Nov
14

Behind the scenes: Tandana’s Ecuador accountant’s work through the pandemic

As our commitment as a foundation is to help scholarship students, we have been opening the doors of the office so that students can come and use The Tandana Foundation’s internet and computers to do their homework. English Français Detrás de escena: el trabajo de la contadora de Tandana en Ecuador durante la pandemia Como … Continue reading "Behind the scenes: Tandana’s Ecuador accountant’s work through the pandemic"
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Nov
7

A small needle that sews great fabrics: the success of the women indigo dyers of Sol Djeninke

Indigo dyeing is a major source of income for women in rural Mali. The Tandana Foundation has helped several villages create indigo banks to manage a revolving fund for the materials they use, similar to the cotton banks the organization has supported in other villages. The newest indigo bank is in Sol Djeninke. When it … Continue reading "A small needle that sews great fabrics: the success of the women indigo dyers of Sol Djeninke"
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