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Ñawpa Ñan Cultural Events

Sustaining traditional culture     This cultural work began in 1993, fourteen years before Pachamama’s Path came into being, and the amazing grassroots work throughout these years still serves as the strong foundation for all the projects that have come to fruition since, such as The Kusi Kawsay Andean School, and the most recent Kusi

Kusi Kawsay Andean School

Kusi Kawsay Andean School is a non- profit school, rooted in Andean tradition, empowering economically challenged children from Pisac town and remote communities above Pisac, Peru; to become confident, free, self assured young adults, leaders of the future; helping the World to become a better place. Kusi Kawsay uses Fusion Education, thus offering an alternative, integral education. These

Kusi Ñan Organic Farm

Kusi Ñan is an Organic Farm project created by the graduates of the Kusi Kawsay Andean School. Following the Kusi Kawsay education, the graduates were motivated to revitalize and reclaim their culture by contributing to their community as agents of change. A new road or a happy path, which in their native tongue of Quechua