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Quiritimayo Community Centre 2022

  • STARTED APRIL 1, 2022

This Centre, run by ACIES, serves the children, youth and adults of Quiritimayo, a marginal neighbourhood in Cajamarca made up principally of Indigenous families who have recently migrated to...

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Diversifying to Prevent Hunger in San Isidro

  • STARTED FEBRUARY 1, 2022

The families of San Isidro have come a long way since 2017, when they fled their community because of floods caused by El Niño.

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children in blue pinnies that say "Reding Club" sit at tables in a room while one girl stands at the front and reads

Post-Pandemic Recovery in the Zaña Valley

  • STARTED APRIL 1, 2022

Latidos continues to help families in the Zaña Valley recover from the impact of COVID-19 on health (including mental health and nutrition) and education.

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participants in ledership school wave at camera. They stand in front of a screen with images projected on it and behind a table with textiles and a candles on it.

Leadership School 2022

  • STARTED FEBRUARY 1, 2022

Taking advantage of virtual technology, Centro Santa Angela’s school for community leaders is expanding its reach this year to all of Peru.

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New Edition of the Campesino Encyclopedia

  • STARTED NOVEMBER 1, 2021

With travel restrictions lifted in mid-2021, Rural Libraries Network again took up its goal to publish and distribute a revised edition of the Enciclopedia Campesina.

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A New Ecological Community in San Miguel

  • STARTED JANUARY 1, 2022

In 2022, Centro Santa Angela’s work to “green” urban neighbourhoods in José Leonardo Ortíz has moved to the neglected and underserved pueblo joven of San Miguel, whose public park had...

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