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INDICATORS

The topics currently discussed are linked to chagras and sacred sites:

Amazonas

USAGE, HANDLING AND CONTROL OF TERRITORY FROM THE "OWN" KNOWLEDGE OF THE MURUI, OKAINA, TICUNA AND COCAMA PEOPLES FROM AMAZONAS DEPARTAMENT.

Caqueta

MEDICINAL PLANTS AND TREES FOR THE EQUILIBRIUM AND HARMONY BETWEEN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND BIODIVERSITY OF THE MURUI MUINA EMBERA AND COREGUAJE PEOPLES FROM CAQUETA DEPARTAMENT.

Guaviare

CHAGRA CHANGES OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DESANO, TUCANO, CUBEO AND PUINAVE FROM GUAVIARE DEPARTAMENT IN THE LAST 20 YEARS

Guainia

IDENTIFICATION OF THOSE PRODUCTS COMPRISING A CONUCO AND THEIR TRADITIONAL IMPORTANCE FOR THE CURRIPACO, GUANANO, PUINAVE, PIAPOCO AND PIAROA PEOPLES FROM GUAINÍA.

Putumayo

USE OF THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES PASTOS, QUILLASINGA, KAMENTSA BIYA, COREGUAJE, KCHIWA, INGA, SIONA, YANACONA IN THE PUTUMAYO DEPARTMENT.

Vaupes

CONSEQUENCES OF THE SYSTEMATIC LOSS OF ANCESTRAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE CULTURAL CONTINUED EXISTENCE OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF VAUPES.

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"Better living is to have a life plan defined by the cosmovision of each people, according to its fundamental principles for the proper use, management and conservation of natural resources and thus obtain dignifying education, health and food; as well as its "Own" governance structure; finally its collective welfare."

 

"It consists in finding a balance between the physical, social and spiritual dimension, in order to adapt ourselves to the different spaces of dialogue built together with our thoughts."

"The chagra needs care, spirituality, love to survive, as we do need the Chagra to survive."

 

"Good living is reflected in the teachings of the elders towards young people influenced by tobacco and coca, which are the basis of all knowledge and governability."

In the process of the School we are currently building indicators for a better living of the Indigenous Peoples of the Colombian Amazon.

Research Works

First Cohort Students