Young ayllu Cochabamba strengthen the cultural wealth of poetry, sound and musical performance by singing the songs will be recorded and issued to disseminate experience in all areas and populations.
Dissemination tool will be building post cast, digital photography, every young indigenous and group will be trained in the management and construction of these multimedia. The methodology recovered principles, values, knowledge from the experience of grandparents, to see where we are, recover lost values and shared with the community and the new world projections.
What locality or neighborhood will your project focus on?
Pueblos quechuas de la zona andina de Cochabamba
Describe the specific population with whom you will be working.
The project will work with young indigenous peasant two ayllu originating in the Andean region of Cochabamba. With the advancement of new technologies of communication, young people are enthusiastic, young people have cell phones and internet centers in the towns, but do not know put to good use, strengthen the capacities of young people to the use of communication tools on the network. We will use the network so they can communicate, they will use the blog and social networks to communicate and raise awareness through songs on the themes of the top agenda of the youth movement that is working, political participation, identity and worldview, climate change, economy, education indigenous autonomy.
Who else will be on your team to help implement the project?
What kinds of news, stories and other content will be created?
The young Indian revalued diversity of musical instruments, singing the verse form and sound, for the preservation of culture and thus provide restoring, revitalizing a philosophy of music from the ancestors to the next generation. Since this project will work on the development of songs about the political and cultural imagination of the youth of the ayllu and communities, each song will have an explanatory introduction to the topic content and anger accompanied by a photographic composition remains in images the content. thanks to indigenous musical art, youth of all communities belonging to all ayllu Aymara and Quechua speaking of Cochabamba have the opportunity to recreate the musical culture and interfere in the political and cultural reality of the youth movement.
What technologies and digital tools do you plan to use in the trainings?
Describe the connections that you or your organization have already established or plan to establish that will contribute to the success of the project.
Our main partners are: the social organizations we work with, the COAMAC (ayllu advice and makes Cochabamba), specifically its youth committee, peasant men and women central North Potosi, with whom we have been working topics indigenous rights, development of proposals to the continental summit ABYA Yala, artistic activities revaluation of indigenous culture. Within this project activities planned coordination with the government through its Department of Culture, and coordination with other non-governmental institutions working with related to culture and development activities
How many participants do you think will be trained in your project?
Directly involved 20 young people selected from the two organically ayllu, then each cascading train youth in their communities. Assessments will be made with organizations to make this happen.
Describe which technologies, tools, and media you will focus on when training participants.
Collaboration tools for creating documents online (scripts) podcast, for example, Google Docs was used. Software for recording and editing audio, Audacity eg FTP, XML RSS and podcast management features básica.Se production studio audio and video, computers with Internet access where youths formed to share files and project activities .
Describe the facilities where you will hold the workshops.
The foundation has spaces available to conduct training workshops with free wi fi. Six computers equipped for training
What is your current relationship with the community with whom you plan to work? What makes you the most appropriate individual or organization to implement this project?
The foundation has been working with indigenous communities for more than 14 years accompanying various activities and efforts. Since 2009 we started working with a team of engineers and technicians indigenous organization in conducting an operational plan of five pillars: leadership training, identity and worldview, higher education, economics and indigenous communications. Since its founding in training support Indigenous rights, the development of productive projects, coordination with other organizations and efforts to advocacy with national and local authorities for the visibility of their demands and proposals. We developed two documentaries with the proposals from the young to the continental summit ABYA Yala, a music DVD to the rescue of traditions, we are committed to continue to
What specific challenges do you expect to face when planning and implementing your project?
- One challenge is that the planning of the events coincides with the period of rest for good agricultural youth participation.
– Another challenge is that the methodology to be implemented in practical training is simple, native language, and that when playing such training for young people available means be used.
How will you measure and evaluate the project’s impact, specifically: your primary participants, the wider regional community, or the global digital community?
We will measure through the following impacts:
– It increases and democratizes the use of digital tools for young people of Cochabamba ayllu
– The production of podcasts in native languages increases the use of language in communities
– The poscats to be online to access not only the youth of Quechua and Aymara in Bolivia if not the region and the world.
– Indigenous Youth with high self-esteem and pride of belonging to a people with ancient traditions and knowledge.
There will be two times of assessment, together with indigenous organizations and project managers 1) medium-term to evaluate the project and make the necessary adjustments to get a good término.2) another at the end of the project to assess the results and make arrangements to give continuity to the project.
If your project were to be selected as a Rising Voices grantee, what would be the general timeline of project activities in 2014?
The schedule of activities is as follows:
MAY 2 Presentation of the project before the council of indigenous authorities COAMAC. Launch of the call for the election of representatives to the training workshops and production of music and photography
10 and May 11 planning and coordination of activities with a visit to the two ayllu.
June 2 equipment purchase
4, 5 and 6 July Training Workshop on use of digital media and creating podcast
19 and July 20 in Photography Training Workshop
From 1 to 30 August of the Month developing musical themes
September to November Song Recording audio
Sincé Desembre Broadcasting Production.
Detail a specific budget of up to $2,500 USD for operating costs.
Meeting planning and coordination 200 U $
Buying a digital camera Canon 900 USD Brand
Training workshops U $ 900 (Material, feeding back passages of participants)
Audio recording songs 400 U $
Project Coordinator 600U $
Trainers Workshop 550U $
TOTAL $ 3.550U
Besides the microgrant funding, what other support can Rising Voices provide for your project to ensure its success?
A boon of R. V. will be to disseminate the project results through digital media. Contacts with other related to our project.
Alejandro Mateo Escalera