Indigenous and intercultural health systems For today or tomorrow? Without a doubt, the current health crisis has pushed the issue of health to the forefront. In other words, health, which in a “normal” situation used to be one of our last concerns, has now become a priority. We all know that this issue used toContinue Reading THE LESSONS OF COVID-19
Online presentation made on Tuesday June 2nd for the Ecuadorian Society of Ethnobiology and the Latin American Society of Ethnobiology (SOLAE) by Didier Lacaze Introduction Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Didier Lacaze. My background is not academic. It is based rather on a life experience of about 40 years, in direct contact with theContinue Reading The Rebellion of the Animals, the Plants…Nature
Here is a new video in which we propose a recipe of some plants to strengthen our body and prevent us from diseases in this complicated period and of course after
On August 22, ACIA and Sacha Warmi signed an Agreement of Collaboration to promote interculturality in Health, to strengthen the association of kichwa midwives of Arajuno, and to implement strategies of community communication in the territory of ACIA with their radio Station Jatari 93.4 FM.
The proposal of interculturality in Ecuador, specifically aimed at health, has been around for more than two decades, although its political, organizational, normative and institutional precedents date back to the end of the 20th century. ‘Interculturality’ reflects and summarizes different political projects, in some cases parallel, in others complementary and in others contradictory. The termContinue Reading HEALTH, INTERCULTURALITY AND RIGHTS