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Indigenous Rights and Action


Guillermo’s Vision: The AntiPukara Ecolodge
A Sustainability Project of Ayniglobal in Partnership with the Q’ero Community of Marcachaya, Cusco, Peru

Guillermo’s Vision
Guillermo Pauccar Calcina is 32-years-old, soft-spoken, with penetrating dark brown eyes and cropped black hair. He is a Q’ero indigenous man whose lineage dates to Pre-Incan times. Anthropologists at the Universidad San Antonio Abad […]

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Peru’s Indigenous Unite to Preserve Rights
Peru’s indigenous communities are caught in a battle for self-determination, about land, natural resources, and their way of life.

Peru’s indigenous communities are caught in a battle for self-determination, about land, natural resources, and their way of life. Their fight is against mining, oil and gas exploitation, palm oil plantations, hydroelectric dam construction, and […]

Mario Vargas Llosa

What would Mario Vargas Llosa, the Peruvian Nobel prizewinner in literature, say about Ayniglobal? I would hope he would say that the nonprofit organization we created and what we are doing for indigenous people is […]

Peru’s Melting Quelccaya Glacier and the Impact on Peru and its Quechua Communities

According to world renowned glaciologist, Dr. Lonnie Thompson, the world’s largest tropical ice sheet, Quelccaya, which is located in the Andes of Southern Peru, is shrinking. Even though Quelccaya is bigger than ten thousand football […]