We promote Wichi Family Farming through training, tools and support for Native American families of Nothern Argentina.
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He and his team of trainers always work alongside the “edge families” as he usually calls them, those who may not say much but always do. Antonio, as a pragmatic man that he is, is always on those margins, where work does not stop.
We train Wichi Trainers who teach and accompany families in their own language and preserving their culture. Thus we achieve the appropriation and autonomy necessary for the success of each project.
For more than 30 years he learned and promoted a method of working with Wichi communities in the Chaco Salteño, working alongside them to create and multiply their opportunities while protecting their culture.
M’ak tä olhamel ot’ukwe: Ot’uhläk och’ote wichi tä häpehen indígenas, tä law’etes ihi chaco lhip, häpkhilek latamsek ihi wet iche m’ak tä isej. Olhamel owo lahaya wichi lachumyaj tä is alhoho wet och’ote lhamel häpkhilek yakatej inät tä is wet kalelhäj. Häte och’ote lhamel yämlek nemla koyhyaj isej lakäsw’etes lhäy’e iyhäj lechumtes yämthilek hiw’en lhäk tä kalelhäj wet iche m’ak tä isej.
Otichunhayaj: Owatläk ohäpehen iyhäj tä owo t’uhfwaya wet och’ote wichi häpkhilek takhajayhen wet yiklhaphä elhpej comunidad lakhajyhayaj häp tä isej lhamel lechumtes.
Mission: Improve the quality of life of the families of the original peoples of the Chaco Salteño (Wichi) respecting their culture and customs through projects that promote access to drinking water, the development of agriculture and productive enterprises as sustainable sources of food and income.
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We want you to be part of what is to come!
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“They see their parents doing this and when they grow up they will do the same. Hatetiwoye.”
Alec Deane, Founder
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