This case study looks at the project conducted by the NGOs CEBIAE, which has the objective to restore the consumption of native foods in eight public schools in the municipality of El Alto.
The case study is based on the research done by Luis Moncayo in the Summer of 2009.
This case study looks at the project “Café Amigable con la Naturaleza” (Nature-Friendly Coffee) conducted by a non profit organization from Santa Cruz called CEPAC. The main purpose of the project is to improve the rural economy in the region of ANMIA (Área Natural de Manejo Integrado – Amboró) through technological training and commercialization of ecologically friendly coffee.
The case study is based on the research done by Catherine Tegelberg in the Summer of 2009.
This case study explores the vulnerability of women in three communities in the Santa Cruz valley’s due to the effect of climate change. The study shows that although all member’s of the community are vulnerable to climate change, women are affected to a greater extent due to their roles and responsibilities in the family.
The case is based on research done by Isabel Bodrogi in the Summer of 2011.