Without the luxury of being close to hospitals or having easy access to fresh food and running water, the indigenous communities living on Turtle Island (also known as the USA) have been particularly vulnerable due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yorenka Tasorentsi is a groundbreaking reforestation institute that celebrates nature, biodiversity. healing, and indigenous wisdom. Seeding change, one seed at a time.
Indigenous Peoples in the Brazilian Amazon are seeing an increase in the invasions to their lands while facing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Help them safeguard their communities and their precious legacy: the rainforest.LEARN MORE
Cusco, the historic center of the Tawantinsuyo, is in dire need of good food. Kucho has planned to open a little grocery shop that will supply organic, healthy, traditional produce, including surplus from indigenous chakras (terraced fields), which will give a much-needed boost to indigenous people.LEARN MORE
The idea of reforesting goes beyond having a good quality of life. The project brings with it the rescue, strengthening, valuing the culture of the custom, and the tradition of the Yawanawa people.
Please join us in supporting the modern education of children from Dogon villages and communities. These children come from unbroken lineages that preserve the indigenous cultural practices of Meritah (Africa), and are raised to learn the intricacies of working closely with nature.LEARN MORE
A strong initiative for food sovereignty, health awareness, natural habitat conservation and restoration, ancestral trauma healing, and indigenous youth empowerment.LEARN MORE
Cultural centers, libraries, and schools are crucial for the preservation and advancement of Yawanawa language, culture, and legacy for the next generations to carry on with dignity and pride.LEARN MORE