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March 2020

Did you know that solidarity projects can also be carried out in educational centers? Schools, secondary schools or vocational training centers may be connected to places as remote as an orphanage in Kenya, a small neighborhood in Cuzco, in Peru, or a town on the banks of the Amazon River. This is the transformative experience that since 2019 Tumaini has had the opportunity to develop with CIFP Ciudad de Zamora. Young people of all ages have been carrying out solidarity activities and events throughout the year with the aim of

This is the kind of news we would never want to have to write. In view of the global emergency due to the coronavirus infection - covid 19 - and as our business is directly related to international air travel, we thought it would be useful to provide some basic information on what to do if you are planning to travel in the near future. These are general recommendations for any traveller as well as specific recommendations for Tumaini travellers. At Tumaini, we are closely following the evolution of the spread of the coronavirus internationally. We believe that the first thing to do is

Tumaini means "hope" in Swahili or Swahili, which is the eastern Bantu language of Kenya. In addition, Tumaini's own lyrics build an evocative image in the form of a fishing boat: “Give a man a fish and he will eat today, give him a rod and teach him to fish and he will eat for the rest of his life”. A simple phrase in the face of the current complex reality that aims to serve as a guide to our work. Why Swahili? The reason for using Swahili is that the founder of Tumaini, Mónica Herreras, gave a

Would you like to take a solidarity trip but don't know where to start? Do you want to know about local projects in India, Kenya or Peru with a real impact on the communities? Are you looking for travel companions to embark on an adventure? The next Tumaini Solidarity Travel Meetings in Madrid and Barcelona are your appointment. We are a team of committed and travel-loving people who will help you find the experience that best suits you, supporting development projects while taking maximum care of the countries we travel to. Whether alone, with

5 tips for a more sustainable Christmas This Christmas, give sustainable gifts! The scene is sure to ring a bell. The appointed day arrives. The doorbell rings, the family arrives. The kitchen has been buzzing all day. The table is bigger than ever. Everyone is loaded down with bags. And then it's time: we give the presents! The house is full of wrapping and boxes, the children accumulate dozens of toys... STOP! This Christmas you can have a more sustainable holiday season. If you do it during your travels, why not

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