In the month of December in the ancient Andean culture celebrates the summer solstice. A very important month in the peasant agricultural cycle begins because rainy season in the Andes and Amazon.
It is in this context that the Red Tinku organized in the rural community of Quechua Incallajta a Work Camp for cultural and social work in the city and countryside.
Red Tinku is a volunteer organization in Bolivia that is working on several local projects since 1998. Beginning in 2007,we started contacts with YAP and it is involved in International Volunteering organized. Red Tinku organizes work camps, short, medium and long term. Its principles are self-management, social justice, reciprocity, solidarity, peace, multiculturalism, human rights and the mother earth and bring greater opportunities for the marginalized and excluded. We are thrilled to welcome volunteers from around the world. We expect the support and solidarity among peoples. Jallalla Pachamama!
Volunteers prepare awareness campaigns.
Help build a compos and clean the heritage site.
Conducted workshops on waste recycling Incallajta School.
Volunteers may also participate in the preparation and celebration of the Summer Solstice Ritual.
Visit eco-archaeological tourist site Incallajta and coexistence with nature.
ACCOMODATION AND FOOD
Volunteers will be hosted at the School of Rural Community Incallajta, Cochabamba.
LOCATION & LEISURE ACTIVITY
The project is located in Incallajta, Pocona Township, south of the department of Cochabamba. Incallajta is located 150 km from the city of Cochabamba.