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MITO KWA

FUNDA TION


The Foundation's social objective is to conserve and preserve the Origin, the identity through traditions and cultures by providing own education, own health, and environment,  human sustainable development, solidarity economy and intercultural communication.

Spread and make stronger the traditions, By respecting the Principles that rule the Law of Origin of the Original Communities.

Supporting the implementation and focus on gender scenarios which protect the culture, identity and rights of indigenous communities. In relation to the special indigenous unity Laws.

Protecting the mother-head of the family. (Protection of indigenous mothers who are heads of their families) defend and vindicate the rights of the Arhuaco women's (Atys) collective, as well as make them visible in society.

Develop research projects with public or private entities that promote the holistic development of the area. The previous, in view of the consolidation of the National Network of Children in the context of less favored cities and rural areas.

 

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WOMAN  AND CHILDREN
 

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protect the mother-head of the family. (Protection of indigenous mother-headed households) defend and claim the rights of the Arhuaco women's (Atys) collective, as well as make them visible in society.

Carry out research projects with public or private entities that promote the comprehensive development of the area. The above, in view of the consolidation of the National Network of Children and women's in the context of less favored cities and rural areas.

To strengthen the various uses of traditional indigenous medicine.
Project plans for vulnerable people in a state of vulnerability, with priority given to children, women heads of household, displaced persons and older adults, Mamos and Kwimi children, which will make it possible to improve the quality of life and gender equality and identity.


 

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VICTIMS OF THE ARMED CONFLICT.

Victims of The Armed Conflict (Investigation of public politics, ordinances and laws, which protect the indigenous communities in Colombia) Collaborate with similar entities that exist or that may emerge, both in Colombia and in the rest of the world, whether are private groups or collectives, public or private institutions and official organizations, promoting cooperation and solidarity. Implement the Public Policy linked to protect the post-conflict phases or post-Havana agreements, and their derivatives and modifications. Promote and manage International Cooperation for sustainable human development. Generate education in sustainable solidarity economy through International Cooperation. Emphasis on a fair trade system, which proposes self-sustainable indigenous human development.

 

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