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We supported the ten last Shipibo spiritual guides, elder women, ceramic masters, affected by COVID19
The last ten Shipibo ceramics masters have been affected by COVID-19; they represent the 95% of positive cases of their community. While struggling between life and death, they were left with no economic possibilities to feed themselves or their families, pay for their oxygen, or buy medicines.
Ten elder women, bearers of ancient knowledge, fight to keep their millenary tradition alive. If they leave this life, the world would lose the main Shipibo spiritual guides, “living treasures of the cultural heritage of the Amazon".
Solidarity is very precious these days. Some of you have contributed to this emergency. Your donations reached one of the teachers, Augustina Valera, her family, and her community. She shared with the other elder women, masters of ceramics, and their families.
We supported Awajun & Wampis women and their families, affected by COVID19
Not being able to work for their daily wages during lockdown in Amazonian Peru, the Awajun and Wampis women that have been empowered with our project are now struggling to feed themselves and their families in their communities. Despite the fact that they live in a remote area of the jungle, COVID-19 has reached them. They are literally being left to themselves having the closest city facility or hospital two days away from where they live.
Your donations supported the Awajun community to buy food, medicine and oxygen for the many affected.
We supported Calypso musicians at risk of COVID19, thanks to you
Most Calypso musicians in Costa Rica are old and often marginalized. Some are homeless, others without pension, health insurance, or social security. Highly exposed to COVID-19, they go day by day with no means of earning their living during the current pandemic.
Your support has been very valuable to them during these challenging times.
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