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Synergetic Networking

“Everything in the world is strange and marvelous to well-open eyes” Those were the lines I read from Jose Oretega y Gasset’s The Revolt of the Masses as our collectivo snaked it’s way across the green peaks surrounding Cuzco. I really internalized these words at the beginning of our trip, and as such attempted to […]

Continue Reading Add comment February 4th, 2012

NGO Network Updates

In certain parts of the developing world, the lack of an NGO network has done more to inhibit positive developmental growth than encourage it.  In these areas, NGOs and other developmental entities carry out projects on an individual basis without knowledge of other organizations’ projects or initiatives.  There is little to no sharing of knowledge […]

Continue Reading Add comment January 30th, 2012

Meet Elma

During this summer in the Sacred Valley of Peru, I will work on a project dedicated to creating an NGO network in this region to facilitate fruitful collaboration and more efficient allocation of resources in this vast territory. I am very excited to get to work with a group as driven and positively charming as […]

Continue Reading Add comment May 31st, 2011

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Our mission is to provide and implement sustainable programs and projects in collaboration with the indigenous people of the Sacred Valley of Perú in an effort to improve their lives and reduce poverty in a culturally sensitive and appropriate manner. Furthermore, we work to support local NGOs with whom we have shared values using the skills and tools we possess.