Pilcomayo fishermen

The Chorote people are settled in several communities in the border with Paraguay and Bolivia, in the Argentine province of Salta. According to the Chorotes, the Chaco bush is home to different supernatural entities that protect, regulate and take care for the flora, fauna and rivers. Chorotes traditionally dedicated themselves to hunting, gathering, fishing and […]

Virgen de Almudena

Festivity of great importance from the time of the Colony to the present in Cusco, Peru. Its celebration takes place on September and the main date of the celebration the virgin is carried on her shoulders in a procession through the historic center of Cusco, accompanied by the large crowd and the different dance troupes.

Quarantine

The impact of the quarantine on a popular neighborhood Since the beginning of the pandemic, the most neglected sectors were affected. The informal economy stopped and had to reinvent itself. Unemployment increased and education became a challenge: in places where the internet does not reach, teachers gave homework and exercises so that students can continue […]

“Grandparents’ home”

In Puerta de Hierro, Province of Buenos Aires, Father “Tano” works day by day to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable and marginalized sectors. Fighting addiction to cocaine base paste (paco) takes time and commitment. One of the devices created by Father Tano is the “Grandparents´ home“. There, volunteers work daily to care […]

Valley weaver

“El Colte” is located between the towns of Cachi and Seclantas, in the Argentine province of Salta. It is also known as the “Way of the Craftsmen“. By the roadside, Noemi Pastrana works skeins. Farmer and shepherdess, she discovered the beauty of wool by shearing sheep. Noemi´s curiosity led her to learn the craft of […]

Señalada

In the highest mountain range of los Andes in Cachi, the Tolaba family still preserve their ranch, cattle and traditions. After eight hours ascending through the mountains, with donkeys transporting provisions, we arrived at the house of Don Justo and Doña Mercedes, with the imposing snowfalls as provincial witnesses of a way of life that […]

Andean Condor Conservation Project

Thanks to the work and effort of the Andean Condor Conservation Project, hundreds of the world’s largest flying bird were reinserted into their respective habitats, after being assisted and cured. The project always emphasizes the importance of its two wings: scientific and spiritual. The condor is a scavenger and due to its diet, toxic baits […]