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Asociación ANDES
Street Ciro Alegria H-13, Urb. Santa Monica - Wanchaq
Postal code Nº 567, Cusco - Peru
Phone: 51-84-245021
Supporters

 ANDES works collaboratively with partners involved in issues pertaining to indigenous' peoples, sustainability, food security and climate change, biocultural diversity and the erradication of poverty.




CIP International Potato Center


CIP International Potato Center SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: CIP International Potato Center


European Union

Development and cooperation More than half of all money spent on helping poor countries comes from the EU and its member countries, making it the world's biggest aid donor. But development policy is about more than just providing clean water and decent roads, important though these are. The EU also uses trade to drive development by opening its markets to exports from poor countries and encouraging them to trade more with each other. Investing in our common future In 2011, EU development aid – aid from EU funds and from EU countries' national budgets combined - totalled €53 billion. That amounts to 0.42% of gross national income (GNI) for all EU countries combined, making the EU the world's most generous aid donor. But a joint effort is still needed to reach the target set by the European Council – 0.7% GNI by 2015. Eradicating poverty for the new millennium The primary objective of EU development policy is to eradicate poverty using a sustainable approach. Adopted by world leaders in 2000 with a 2015 deadline, the UN's eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are key to this.

‘ANDES receives financial assistance from the European Union. However ANDES is responsible for the contents of their projects and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.’



European Union SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: European Union
Contact the EU General information enquiries call us free phone number 00800 67 89 10 11 e-mail us your questions

IIED - International Institute for the Environment and Development


IIED - International Institute for the Environment and Development SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: IIED - International Institute for the Environment and Development


New Field
Since 2004, New Field Foundation has supported rural women's organizations to overcome poverty, violence, and injustice in their communities. Please note that as of 2017, New Field Foundation has completed its funding of the Rural Women Creating Change program. Currently, New Field is the Advisor to the Seeds, Soil, and Culture fund managed by RSF Social Finance.

New Field SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: New Field


Oxfam Novib
Oxfam Novib has worked to fulfil its mission of realising a just world, without poverty since 1956. Our work is based
on the belief that every man and woman, wherever they are born, has fundamental and inalienable rights – and

that poverty and exclusion are a denial of these rights.

 

Our work is based on the belief that sustainable changes in society and power relations depend on three things: empowerment, accountability and gender justice.



Oxfam Novib SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: Oxfam Novib
Oxfam Novib
Postbus 30919
2500 GX Den Haag
The Netherlands
T: +31 70 3421777
F: +31 70 3614461


Peacework
Peacework is a 501(c)3 global nonprofit organization that engages communities, academic institutions, and corporations in innovative cross-sector solutions for sustainable development around the world and across seven development disciplines: agriculture, business, education, engineering, health, public service, and technology.

Peacework SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: Peacework


SwedBio
We are working for resilient ecosystem management and governance through policy and methods development, facilitation of dialogues and contributions to strategic programmes in developing countries. Contributing to poverty alleviation and sustainable livelihoods is central in our work. 

SwedBio SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: SwedBio


Tamalpais Trust
Tamalpais Trust is a twenty-year charitable lead family trust created in 2012. Grant awards are made through RSF Social Finance in San Francisco, California. Currently in year six of operation, we work closely with a core of Indigenous-led grant partners and advisors in many different countries. While our trustee and small staff are not currently Indigenous Peoples, we rely on the advice and wisdom of many close friends and consultants from across the world who come from and live in Indigenous communities. We believe in and support human rights for all, gender equity, and collective leadership. The wisdom and practical expertise embodied in Indigenous ways of knowing and learning are of critical importance to the well-being of our whole world. We feel it is a privilege to work with dedicated leaders and groups who give their lives promoting and revitalizing endangered Indigenous languages, traditional and innovative Indigenous educational systems, holistic ways of caring for and protecting forests, waterways, communities, territories and Indigenous responses to climate change. Most of all, we believe in long term relationships, creative ideas, and accompanying others in offering service and love to Mother Earth.

Tamalpais Trust SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: Tamalpais Trust



The Christensen Fund


The Christensen Fund SPECIFICATIONS:
Web: The Christensen Fund
“The Christensen Fund believes in the power of biological and cultural diversity to sustain and enrich a world faced with great change and uncertainty.  We focus on the “bio-cultural” – the rich but neglected adaptive interweave of people and place, culture and ecology.  The Fund’s mission is to buttress the efforts of people and institutions who believe in a biodiverse world infused with artistic expression and work to secure ways of life and landscapes that are beautiful, bountiful and resilient.”

2009-2017 Interdisciplinary Seminar on Food
1909-2017 Join our next GFAR Collective Action Webinar on Farmers’ Rights
3005-2017 Papa Watay
KNOWLEDGE PORTAL
OUR FRIENDS
International Potato Centrer CIP
New Field
SwedBio
Tamalpais
Centre for Chinese Agricultural Policy
Lok Chetna Manch, India
IFAD
IIED - International Institute for the Environment and Development
IPCCA
The Christensen Fund
Oxfam Novib
Asociación ANDES
Street Ciro Alegria H-13, Urb. Santa Monica - Wanchaq
Postal code Nº 567, Cusco - Peru
Phone: 51-84-245021
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diseño gráfico: Gissel Enriquez