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...


Jul
3

A scholarship recipient who is determined to be a prestigious businesswoman

My full name is Cindy Belen Perugachi Sinchico, and I am from the community of Yambiro. I am studying advertising at the Tecnica del Norte University in Ibarra. I am 19 years old, and I am of indigenous nationality (Kichwa). With all my heart I hope that you and your whole family are doing very … Continue reading "A scholarship recipient who is determined to be a prestigious businesswoman"
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Jun
26

The expat volunteer helping Tandana bring clean water to rural Ecuadorian communities

Rockey Anderson knew he wanted to make a positive difference when he retired; however, building water systems in rural Ecuador had never crossed his mind. Español Français Prior to retirement, Rockey spent nearly three decades in the hydraulic industry and another decade building custom homes. The technical expertise Rockey acquired in his pre-retirement life has … Continue reading "The expat volunteer helping Tandana bring clean water to rural Ecuadorian communities"
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Jun
19

Quichinche-Sharon Exchange Part 2: Celebrating a successful collaboration and enriching cultural exchange

This year, The Tandana Foundation organized a virtual exchange program connecting Sharon High School students in the U.S. with students at the Ulpiano Navarro School in Quichinche, Ecuador. Through the program, the students from both schools were able to learn about each other and also work together to improve the Ulpiano Navarro School’s building. English Français Intercambio … Continue reading "Quichinche-Sharon Exchange Part 2: Celebrating a successful collaboration and enriching cultural exchange"
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Jun
12

Quichinche-Sharon Exchange Part 1: Celebrating a successful collaboration and enriching cultural exchange

This year, The Tandana Foundation organized a virtual exchange program connecting Sharon High School students in the U.S. with students at the Ulpiano Navarro School in Quichinche, Ecuador. Through the program, the students from both schools were able to learn about each other and also work together to improve the Ulpiano Navarro School’s building. English Français Intercambio … Continue reading "Quichinche-Sharon Exchange Part 1: Celebrating a successful collaboration and enriching cultural exchange"
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Jun
5

The revitalization of an important cultural practice in Mali

Indigo dyeing is proving to be a profitable way for women to earn money across the Wadouba Township of Mali, with many dyers in the new women’s associations supported by The Tandana Foundation becoming successful businesswomen. The resurgence of indigo dyeing in the region has led to the revitalization of another culturally significant activity that … Continue reading "The revitalization of an important cultural practice in Mali"
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