We are very privileged to have as neighbors
to the community of Villa Alcira, ethnicity Tacana, a community
struggling every day to maintain their roots, culture, environmental
sustainability and support for the preservation of natural areas by
developing a community based tourism project.
SUPPORT FOR NEW HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
We have initiated collaboration for the construction of 16 homes that improve the quality of life of 16 families who lost almost everything during the floods which have occurred two years ago.
We have been supporting the reforestation of the community
of Villa Alcira which was hit hard by flooding in February
2014, based on reforestation by the method of
planting cuttings of various natural species in this area.
We have made financial support for the anniversary
celebration of the community and to support the recovery and
restoration of infrastructure in the community after the
events of the last rains and flooding occurred in the region
in February 2014
CREATION AND MAINTENANCE OF WEB PAGE
We have made the web www.ziplinevillalcira.com we are also supporting them in new income
generating activities through conservation.
ONCA ha impartido clases de inglés a los comuneros de Villa Alcira (a niños y adultos) a modo de herramienta instrumental que les proporcionará autonomía en el desarrollo de su proyecto comunitario de ecoturismo