Casma: escuela de Nivín gana concurso regional de innovación educativa con proyecto ecológico. Communities, Cultural Identity, and Social Recognition: The Moche Communities of the North Coast of Peru. By Luis Muro Ynoñán The discovery of complex and lavish tombs belonging to the kings of ancient Pre-Columbian civilizations has captivated archaeologists working in the New World.
Beginning in the 1990s, the spectacular wealth contained, for instance, in the royal mausoleums of Maya kings in Palenque, Copán, and Tikal, and those of Moche political leaders in Sipán, Úcupe, and Cao led to the rapid increase of scientific explorations in Latin-American countries. These discoveries also contributed to the development of national discourses based upon the idea of a shared Pre-Hispanic glorious past. Along the north coast of Peru, the 1987 discovery of Sipán’s royal mausoleums, the richest tombs ever found in the Pre-Columbian Americas, resulted in the investment of large amounts of government money in new archaeological explorations, large-scale excavations, and the development of dozens of cultural heritage sites for tourism. Entangled Past and Present Decision-Making Conclusions. 50 Example Mission Statements - Top Nonprofits.
Mission Statement (What You Do): A one-sentence statement describing the reason an organization or program exists and used to help guide decisions about priorities, actions, and responsibilities.
Many nonprofit mission statements succumb to an over use of words in general, but especially jargon. Good mission statements should be clear, memorable, concise. Some might also add “inspiring” do the list of descriptors. I don’t altogether disagree, but I find that including this as an upfront criteria often ends up with a frankenstein that is part mission, part vision statement (desired end-state), and almost always too long. The following are 50 mission statements selected from the top 100 nonprofits list (based on a series of web, social, and financial metrics). Details on how this list was compiled can be found by scrolling down to the bottom of the page. General Findings 50 Mission Statements from Top Nonprofits TED: Spreading Ideas. (2 words) The U.S. What does this mean for you? Welcome. Terms for Students. Study Abroad - Peru Learn Spanish .:. Centro Tinku .:. Learn Spanish cusco. Centro Tinku organizes academic and cultural programs for study abroad for American and European universities and schools, always prioritizing the originality of each program and the specific requirements of each group.
We manage the logistics of the program from beginning to end, and offer the student language classes (Spanish and/or Quechua), Andean cultures, literature, arts, sustainable economy or environmental management, etc. One of our main objectives is to encourage and facilitate cultural relations with the people of Cusco and of the Andes. Our academic courses Intensive Spanish and QuechuaArchaeology and ArchitectureAnthropology and HistoryAndean CulturePaleographyEconomy and Local DevelopmentEcologyPlastic Arts and Art HistoryLiterature and PoetryOthers Our instructors are all locally-based experts, able to lecture in English and /or Spanish. Other cultural activities. Yola - Make a Free Website. - The Curb Center. GlobalGiving: donate to projects around the world supporting disaster relief, education, health, women and children, and more.
Kit educativo "Nuestro Patrimonio Cultural" Es un material con valiosa información sobre el Patrimonio Cultural de la Nación, dirigido a escolares y maestros de todo el país, que ha reunido el Ministerio de Cultura con el apoyo de la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para educación, la ciencia y la cultura – OEI.
El Kit educativo “Nuestro Patrimonio Cultural” tiene siete apartados: patrimonio arqueológico, patrimonio histórico, patrimonio inmaterial, antología, guía del docente, juegos y galería de imágenes; en los que, tanto el maestro como el alumno, podrán encontrar información actualizada sobre nuestro patrimonio cultural, estimulando su curiosidad e interés por conocer los bienes culturales que los rodean y comprometerlos en su protección.
La principal novedad y atractivo de esta versión, la encontramos en la sección juegos, en la que de manera lúdica y entretenida se podrá realizar la verificación y retroalimentación de sus aprendizajes, respondiendo a trivias y armando rompecabezas. Requerimientos Enlaces para descarga. ArtifactsForRobert.zip - Dropbox. Improving the nutrition of at-risk children in Lima, Peru. Coordinating Center for Global Health. UTMB offers field sites in both Lima and Cusco.
Please see below for descriptions of the various projects offered at our Peruvian field sites. El Comedor/University of Cayetano Heredia Malnutrition affects thousands of Peruvian children each year. UNICEF has estimated the prevalence in children less than five years old at 18% in urban areas, and up to 33% in rural areas of the country. Risk factors include food insecurity, rapid population expansion, poverty and economic disparities, and high prevalence of communicable diseases. El Comedor (www.elcomedor.org) is a community-based project supported by the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia and UTMB. UTMB and UPCH are working together to establish opportunities for their students to work together on collaborative projects that serve the mission of El Comedor. NAMRU-6 NAMRU-6 started in 1978 when the Peru Navy requested the U.S.
Throughout the years, the mission and infrastructure grew. For more information about NAMRU-6: Field Sites Home.