|Political Education of Mama T’allas and female leaders of Suyu Killaka Asanajaqi (JAKISA)|
Counterparty: Jatun Killakas Asanajaqi
Address: Loa Street, between Litoral Zona Sur de Challapata – Oruro
Phone: (591) (2) 5572247
Executive Director: Luis Misericordia Huarita, Genoveva Atanacio de Misericordia, Edgar Copa Choque, Flavia Puquimia de Copa
Project: Ibis supports Jatun Killakas Asanajaqi with the Project Political Education of Mama T’allas and female leaders of Suyu Killaka Asanajaqi. Its main objective is to continuously and integrally train the Mama T'allas and female leaders of the Originary Nation Jatun Killakas Asanajaqi, so that they become active protagonists and defenders of their individual and collective rights, strengthening their vision and political project towards good living, within the context of the construction of a Plurinational State and an intercultural society.
Main problem: A lack of proactive participation of women leaders and Mama T’allas in various activities that are being developed with the Government Council of the Jatun Killaka Originary Nation. Poor knowledge and deepening of the rights of indigenous peoples and originary nations, women's rights included in the New Constitution of the Plurinational State and international law. Very few activities in support of women leaders in the ayllu, marka and the Originary Killaka Jatun Nation communities. Insufficient support to strengthen their political leadership to achieve greater political participation and advocacy.
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