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  • La Fortuna - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta This land was acquired and restored to the Kogi by the Tchendukua Ici et Ailleurs association in 2006 Situated at the top of a steep cliff over 200 metres high it is a piece of land of around 150 hectares located in a warm temperate zone at an altitude between 200 and 400 metres Temperatures vary between 18ºC and 24ºC with an annual rainfall of around 2000 mm Due to its strategic position it overlooks the entrance to one of the valleys leading to the traditional Kogi territories it has been invaded several times by the army paramilitaries and guerrillas Characteristics Large coffee crops are to be found there The land is intended for the settlement of a family nucleus from the village of Santa Rosa in the Guajira department Prospects The only evaluation was conducted by a Tchendukua team in 2004 when the purchase was in the process of being finalized Seven families settled there but were then expelled due to local conflicts The situation has since become calmer which permitted the return of these families to the land Votre commande Votre commande How to help Make a donation You would like to help by participating in this adventure Discover how Become a member Buy a piece of land Plant a tree Make a donation Become a partner Participate in our conferences and workshops Distribute Information Participate Nos actions 1 C oordonner un programme humanitaire d aide aux peuples racines 2 M ettre en oeuvre des démarches de sauvegarde de la biodiversité 3 M ener des actions de sensibilisation et formation au développement durable en France et en Europe En savoir plus Learn more In addition to our dedicated section on the Kogi Indians discover the articles and videos in our library Press

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/nos-actions/operation-carre-vert-3/la-fortuna/?lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • La Hamaca - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    basin Characteristics This land s very steep slopes are covered in lush forest in which trees reaching 40 metres in height and the full diversity of a tropical rainforest spread out above the rich black soil Forest areas have been preserved apart from one two hectare area given over to subsistence crops with a climate which is particularly good for growing cacao Prospects The last evaluation was conducted by a Tchenduaka team in January 2012 To date this land has fulfilled its purpose of forest preservation Only six houses have been built on three different thermic levels Reforestation This land was acquired precisely because its forest cover was not too damaged It was not so much a question of reforestation as of preservation The outcome has largely been reached since both the families settled there use only very small areas for their crops and the Kogi consider these forest areas reserves Cultural support The remarkable development on this land was not the result of the growth of forest cover but much more of the tremendous cultural restitution work carried out by the Kogi on the Tayrona sites discovered buried under tropical forest Stairways terraces meeting sites ritual sites access to water sources astronomical observatories the traces are still there bearing witness to the intense activity which must have reigned on this land before and a short while after the arrival of the Spanish One terrace has been completely restored including access stairs meeting sites ritual seats and ritual sites at the entrance to the terrace Although still limited the transformation of the site is spectacular It is possible to envisage this work being continued as the La Hamaca pieces of land are intended for the training of future Mamus Votre commande Votre commande How to help Make a donation You

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/nos-actions/operation-carre-vert-3/la-hamaca/?lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • La Luna - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    in very steep areas which makes the enlargement of the village problematic Under the guidance of a Mamu a Comisario and all the members of the Kogi community everyone has a role and set responsibilities e g for agriculture insects construction etc this mostly deforested land with washed out soil exhausted by large coca crops has become lush again Tropical vegetation has reclaimed the land and everywhere small agricultural plots demonstrate the community s dynamism Prospects The last evaluation was conducted by a Tchendukua team in March 2013 Made up today of eighteen houses organized around the central Kankurua the village is inhabited by eight families with a combined population of 43 members all of whom are from the Kogi community in Maruamaké The village population has greatly diminished over the last 2 years due to numerous families moving to the Miramar and Boqueron areas further up the valley The kankurua a traditional house in which collective decisions are taken was refurbished and enlarged in August 2008 and the small pieces of land located near the entrance to La Luna have been occupied by six additional families construction of six traditional huts It is important to remember that the primordial need of the Kogi is to regain a territory an area in which nature allows them to find a harmonious balance through their traditional culture At la Luna this balance has been regained but it remains fragile Reforestation Beyond the reclamation of vast areas of forest it is possible to observe an impressive variety of plants and crops among them yucca malanga yams batata corn sugar cane banana trees lemon trees pineapples guava papaya coconuts mangos etc together with other non food crops such as calabash totumo agaves and cotton which since their reintroduction have been increasing steadily Cultural support

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/nos-actions/operation-carre-vert-3/la-luna/?lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • El Roble - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    It was there that the first Kogi families led by Mamu Joacquim who has since died could be seen arriving in the documentary It is probably one of the pieces of land which is best known to the public and Tchendukua donors Settled by a family soon after it was acquired followed by three additional families a few months later its location in a temperate zone enables the development of extensive mixed subsistence farming as well as coffee farming It has acted as a host venue grain storage area and food reserve for the families who arrived there later It is located in a region considered the grain attic of the Tayrona Indians the ancestors of the Kogi One of the direct tributaries of the Rio Mendihuaca originates here This distinctive geographical feature is the reason the Kogi regularly bring offerings here Prospects Due to the frequent sporadic fighting troubling this region between rival paramilitary groups and or the army for several years it proved impossible to travel to evaluate the land and visit the settled families The last evaluation was conducted by a Tchendukua team in March 2013 Today 10 families 20 adults 30 children occupy the 4 lands that represent Boqueron a total of 240 hectares Bellavista El Roble Puerto Rico La Española Reforestation There was approximately 50 deforestation of the humid tropical forest and sub Andean forest located in this area at the time of purchase Given the geopolitical situation no specific reforestation initiative could be conducted The priority was to preserve the existing forest areas and to prevent the families settled there from being driven off their land Votre commande Votre commande How to help Make a donation You would like to help by participating in this adventure Discover how Become a member Buy a piece

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/nos-actions/operation-carre-vert-3/el-roble/?lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • Buenos Aires - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    the first piece of land that was acquired and restored to the Kogi by Tchendukua Ici et Ailleurs in April 1998 With a surface area of approximately 100 hectares it is situated on the northern side of the Sierra Nevada in a cold rainy area where two major rivers the Rio Piedras and the Rio Mendihuaca have their source Located at an altitude of 1500 metres temperatures vary between 18 and 25⁰C with an annual rainfall of around 4000mm It adjoins and allows direct access to cold high altitude areas or pajamo traditional Kogi territory Characteristics This land is located in an area of sub Andean forest where buried under huge clouds a rainforest is to be found in which vegetation including rosemary opuntia emerald green trichnothera gigantea Cucharoes Arcytophyllum carasanum and leafy bamboo grows Prospects The last evaluation of Buenos Aires was made in march 2013 Today two families live on it around four months a year For the most part it is intended to remain a protected forest reserve The land is mostly unfarmed apart from potatoes onion and garlic In the future it will be used more specifically for the gathering of medicinal plants which grow in cold climates Votre commande Votre commande How to help Make a donation You would like to help by participating in this adventure Discover how Become a member Buy a piece of land Plant a tree Make a donation Become a partner Participate in our conferences and workshops Distribute Information Participate Nos actions 1 C oordonner un programme humanitaire d aide aux peuples racines 2 M ettre en oeuvre des démarches de sauvegarde de la biodiversité 3 M ener des actions de sensibilisation et formation au développement durable en France et en Europe En savoir plus Learn more In addition to

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/nos-actions/operation-carre-vert-3/buenos-aires/?lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • Appel à cotisation 2016 - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    informations distribuez des informations et supports de communication autour de vous et sur le net d infos Replanter un arbre Parrainer la replantation d arbres sur les terres achetées et restituer aux Indiens Kogis d infos Opération Carré Vert C est un des objectifs principaux de notre association restituer leurs territoires aux Indiens Kogis d infos Faire un don Faire un don pour soutenir les projets de Tchendukua Ici et Ailleurs d infos Soutenir l E N S Faites un don au projet de l Ecole de la Nature et des Savoirs proposé par les Indiens Kogis d infos Adhérer à l association Pour que cette aventure continue ici et ailleurs devenez adhérents faites adhérer vos proches d infos Toutes les formes d aide Nos actions Opération Carré Vert Un Carré vert représente environ 500 m2 de terre à restituer à un peuple racine En savoir plus Mendihuaca Restitution par étapes d une vallée entière à la biodiversité remarquable Voir le projet Biodiversité Programmes de préservation et de reconstitution de la biodiversité Voir les programmes Voir toutes les actions Les Kogis et la Sierra Le message des Kogis Retrouvez les paroles des Kogis et leur refléxion sur le monde et nos actions Lire leurs messages Portraits Mamu Antonio Sukua Marco Clan Dingula Portraits des descendants des Tayronas Faire connaissance La Sierra Nevada La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie est la plus haute montagne côtière du monde Découvrir cette région Voir tous les contenus L association Origines du projet Objectifs Principes Philosophiques Témoignages Organisation Tchendukua en détail L association Origine du projet Objectifs Principes philosophiques Témoignages organisation Nos actions Nos actions Restitution de terres Mendihuaca El Fenix Biodiversité Ecole de la Nature et des Savoirs Réveil d une culture Nous aider Nous aider adhérer Agir concrètement Livres dvd Conférences

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/agenda/appel-a-cotisation-2016/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Ca m'intéresse - les Kogis vont-ils récupérer ce trésor? - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    Opération Carré Vert C est un des objectifs principaux de notre association restituer leurs territoires aux Indiens Kogis d infos Faire un don Faire un don pour soutenir les projets de Tchendukua Ici et Ailleurs d infos Soutenir l E N S Faites un don au projet de l Ecole de la Nature et des Savoirs proposé par les Indiens Kogis d infos Adhérer à l association Pour que cette aventure continue ici et ailleurs devenez adhérents faites adhérer vos proches d infos Toutes les formes d aide Nos actions Opération Carré Vert Un Carré vert représente environ 500 m2 de terre à restituer à un peuple racine En savoir plus Mendihuaca Restitution par étapes d une vallée entière à la biodiversité remarquable Voir le projet Biodiversité Programmes de préservation et de reconstitution de la biodiversité Voir les programmes Voir toutes les actions Les Kogis et la Sierra Le message des Kogis Retrouvez les paroles des Kogis et leur refléxion sur le monde et nos actions Lire leurs messages Portraits Mamu Antonio Sukua Marco Clan Dingula Portraits des descendants des Tayronas Faire connaissance La Sierra Nevada La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie est la plus haute montagne côtière

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/ca-minteresse/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Le monde - Science & médecine - Tchendukua, ici et ailleurs
    des objectifs principaux de notre association restituer leurs territoires aux Indiens Kogis d infos Faire un don Faire un don pour soutenir les projets de Tchendukua Ici et Ailleurs d infos Soutenir l E N S Faites un don au projet de l Ecole de la Nature et des Savoirs proposé par les Indiens Kogis d infos Adhérer à l association Pour que cette aventure continue ici et ailleurs devenez adhérents faites adhérer vos proches d infos Toutes les formes d aide Nos actions Opération Carré Vert Un Carré vert représente environ 500 m2 de terre à restituer à un peuple racine En savoir plus Mendihuaca Restitution par étapes d une vallée entière à la biodiversité remarquable Voir le projet Biodiversité Programmes de préservation et de reconstitution de la biodiversité Voir les programmes Voir toutes les actions Les Kogis et la Sierra Le message des Kogis Retrouvez les paroles des Kogis et leur refléxion sur le monde et nos actions Lire leurs messages Portraits Mamu Antonio Sukua Marco Clan Dingula Portraits des descendants des Tayronas Faire connaissance La Sierra Nevada La Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie est la plus haute montagne côtière du monde Découvrir cette région Voir

    Original URL path: http://www.tchendukua.com/le-monde-science-medecine/ (2016-02-13)
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