The following are blogs published by people who have worked with Tandana as volunteers or interns in Ecuador and Mali, and others we just think are cool. We hope that by reading about their adventures, you'll get some ideas for your own!
In rural Malian villages, women are thriving after participating in the literacy, numeracy, leadership and enterprise programs organized by The Tandana Foundation. Through this training, they have been able to improve their ability to support their families, take on leadership roles in their communities, and be role models for their own daughters. English Español Trois … Continue reading "Three thoughts related to Tandana’s women’s programs in Mali"
In the letter below, Alexander Tuquerres shares about his academic journey and expresses his gratitude for The Tandana Foundation scholarship, which he writes has given him the potential of a very bright future. English Français Un futuro lleno de posibilidades En la carta a continuación, Alexander Tuquerres comparte su trayectoria académica y expresa su gratitud … Continue reading "A future full of possibilities"
An engaging program, enthusiastic attendees, and a special guest all helped make The Tandana Foundation’s annual fundraising event a memorable success this year. Thanks to proceeds raised from the event and online auction, Tandana will be able to support thousands more women in rural Mali and Ecuador as they rise and exercise leadership in their … Continue reading "A night to remember with a lasting impact"
The positive results of the village-run Olouguelemo Association’s efforts to protect and restore the environment against the forces of desertification and deforestation in rural Mali continue to be recorded. Below, hear from members of the villages where Olouguelemo Association operates about the benefits they are seeing from the environmental association’s work. English Español Dernières mises … Continue reading "Latest updates on the Olouguelemo Association’s environmental work in Mali"
The Kichwa community of El Panecillo is located 20 minutes from the city of Otavalo and has been inhabited mainly by indigenous people. I was born here more than 30 years ago. It is my favorite place because I have many memories here from childhood. English Français Mi cultura kichwa a través de las generaciones … Continue reading "My Kichwa culture through the generations"