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Suyana - Hope for a better future

Suyana supports people to improve their lives by themselves.
In Bolivia and Peru with its own projects, in Switzerland together with private individuals and other organisations.

BOLIVIA

Suyana works in 8 municipalities in the Bolivian departamento of La Paz. We support families, schools and communities in remote areas of the Andes. Because there are few roads, it is difficult to reach these areas and basic services are limited.

Most of the people living in the region are indigenous and survive through farming. The weather is harsh, the land is barren and people live in poverty.

PERU

Suyana works in municipalities in Peruvian department of Cusco and Puno. We support families, schools and communities in remote areas of the Andes. Because there are few roads, it is difficult to reach these areas and basic services are limited.

Most of the people living in the region are indigenous and survive through farming. The weather is harsh, the land is barren and people live in poverty.

SWITZERLAND

In Switzerland we support since the year 2009 projects off different organisations which are active in charitable work in educational or social fields. Furthermore we enable basic education and/or further training plans of private individuals.

As of the year 2013, we make it possible in the agricultural area to implement future oriented projects of various sectors. We cooperate mainly with peasant families.

16.09.2019

Bolivia: Farmer´s expert – Satiri

My family was a “Model Family” in the Suyana Family Project and I received a scholarship from Suyana for a training as an auxiliary veterinary at the University of Tiahuanaco. Afterwards, I worked with families as Farming Expert “Satiri”. We started to improve the homes with hygiene areas, waste pits, toilettes, separate rooms and kitchens. We also worked on the production aspect. We improved animal sheds, irrigation systems and spaces to breed guinea pigs. I helped 30 families to improve. They upgraded their homes and learned to live better and tidier.
Blanca Mamani, Municipality of Aucapata