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PERU - QUECHUA

LCS activities in Peru have been developed simultaneously in 3 zones , under the following local teams:

TAMBOBAMBA (Peru, Apurimac Region) - QUECHUA


LCS local Team
Tambobamba teacher: Santos Taipe
Assistant: Frida Pilco
Instructor del taller: Diego Oliver / William Inga
Local coordinator: Adolfo Ticona Mamani
Andean Projects leader: Nicolas Villaume

Community leaders involved
Tambobamba Regidor Municipal: Edgar Vivanco Gibaja
Tambobamba vice-mayor: Paz Atilio
Asacasi community president: Clariso Tarapaqui Closcco
Apumarca community president: Walter Sullca Quispe
Directora Instituto Enducativo EDT: Nora Alvarez Canal
Director de area de gestion pedogagica: Nino Escolastico Moina Huillca

URPAY (Peru, Cusco Region) - QUECHUA


LCS local Team
Urpay teacher : Franclin Obregón Orué
Assistant: Sixto
Instructor del taller: Diego Oliver / William Inga y Tom
Local coordinator: Adolfo Ticona Mamani
Andean Projects leader: Nicolas Villaume

Community leaders involved
Sr. Ismael Ríos Parra Alcalde del concejo menor de Urpay
Sr. Eleuterio flores Huamán Presidente de la Comunidad de Sullumayo
Sr. Valerio Condori Puma Presidente de la comunidad Yanaccocha.
Sr. Juan Ttito Huamán Presidente de la comunidad de Chanca
Sr. Mario Quispe Villarroel Presidente de la comunidad de Arahuara
Sr. Fortunato Gallegos Roque Presidente de la Comunidad de Pallpacalla.
Sr. Juan tupa Presidente de la Comunidad de Lactabamba.

CCACTCCA (Peru, Cusco Region) - QUECHUA


LCS local Team
Ccactcca teacher : Fredy R. Nayhua Huisa
Assistant: Isaias Huaman Inquillay
Instructor del taller: Diego Oliver / William Inga y Tom

Mali - tuareg

The LCS project in Mali is staffed by local people, young students and a women’s group. The team includes the teacher/historian Ousmane ag Abbi, an English teacher called Issaka Nazoum, the cultural advisor Azima ag Mohamed Aly, and an influential cultural advisor, the historian and eminent researcher Salem Ould Hadj, who had received a national award for his long services as Regional Director of the youth development program. Tinalbaraka, a Tuareg woman, was appointed as advisor for the women’s participation in LCS, and the President of the Tamacheq Noir association, black Tuareg ethnic group, are also involved.

 

Appreciating the opportunities for other minority cultures and of increased cultural tourism, those responsible for the ‘decentralized’ communities of Goundam and Timbuktu, along with Tamacheq clan leaders have given their favorable support for our unique cultural project.

 

Local radio stations collaborate as partners to communicate the mission and its possibilities for the Tamacheq and for the region. Finally, loyal volunteers in France and USA help as translators.