Quito, October 30, 2018

Drafting FIDAL

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"Yasuní, School of Leadership" completed its second workshop

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Teamwork, excursions, cultural exchange and mutual learning were some of the components of the second module of “Yasuní, School of Leadership”, which took place from October 19 to 21.

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'What is my environment?' was the name of this workshop. The Master in Education María Elena Ortiz was in charge of introducing the module, with exercises and dynamics that awaken the hemispheres of the brain, as well as an approach with each participant to learn about their personal concerns.

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Master Carlos Chango taught on "Design of projects for development" using the Canvas Model. In this space, each young Waorani expressed their idea of ​​a community project with the components that will allow them to make it a reality.

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In "Rights and Duties", the lawyer and territorial manager Alejandra Barba explained these issues in a dynamic way and with the launch of the political theater, in which various current problems related to human rights were reflected.

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The FIDAL senior advisor, Rosy De Labastida, was the one who deepened the teaching of Spanish in the participants. In addition, this module included a short walk around the lush jungle while talking about the environmental impact by José Martín Maldonado.

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The leaders of the Waorani nationality shared with the workshop participants a cultural night in which they performed their traditional dance and indicated their clothing. Throughout the workshop, each one demonstrated their enthusiasm and commitment to the project. The next module will take place in the month of November.