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Neskuts' experience collaborating on our environmental project in Pokhara Pokhara: An oasis of peace at the foot of the Himalayas Pokhara, Nepal's second largest city, stands like an oasis of peace at the foot of the majestic Himalayas. Surrounded by emerald green hills and bathed by the crystal clear waters of Phewa Lake, Pokhara offers a natural retreat for those seeking to escape the hustle and bustle and connect with nature. A paradise for the adventurous, for trekkers and adventure seekers. Trekking trails start from here

Social Entrepreneurship through the SDGs: a transformative opportunity for teachers and students In the world of education, social entrepreneurship has emerged as a powerful tool for instilling values, fostering creativity and, most importantly, contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For teachers committed to inspiring their students to be agents of global change, the SDG-based approach to social entrepreneurship can be extraordinarily valuable. At Tumaini, we have been guiding and supporting

Why Cape Verde? Paloma, a Tumaini volunteer, tells us about her experience living in the country of the morabeza. Sometimes it happens. An experience changes you. A country. Its realities. Paloma has been living in Cape Verde for a few months now and collaborating in a project that made her leave everything behind in Spain. In these small islands of the Atlantic Ocean, she has started a new page of her life and we are very happy that Tumaini is being part of this transforming process. Do you want to know how it all came about and how she is doing? She tells you ūüėä My story Hi! I'm

Solidarity group and family travel to Oaxaca, Mexico Today we share with you, first-hand, the testimonies of this unique experience: travelling in solidarity as a group along the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. A trip that combines the adventure of exploring the wonders of Oaxaca with the opportunity to make a significant difference in local communities. Susana and her family, along with Monica and her daughter, had the opportunity to enjoy the rich culture, exquisite gastronomy and natural beauty of this region while contributing to sustainable development.

Responsable tourism. Join the Community Tourism Declare The 5 actions of Responsible Tourism In Tumaini we have joined Turismo Declara. This is an initiative that supports organizations, companies and professionals in the tourism sector to declare a climate emergency and take measures to reduce their carbon emissions. As indicated by the advice of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC for its acronym in English), global carbon dioxide emissions must be reduced to 55% in 2030 and tourism must assume its responsibility by taking action

Sign on the way to Machu Picchu prohibiting dumping garbage. We know: it is a radical headline. But, after our last trips, readings and hours of reflection, we cannot ignore the problem: people who make irresponsible tourism are harming the environment, culture, animals, and people! In the World Week of Climate Action, we denounce 5 irresponsible travel actions that we have observed lately and that must be changed, now! Do not skip the established paths. Respect the rules. 1 Breaking the rules, because I'm worth it! A

Temperature rise. Drought. Loss of species. The symptoms suffered by the planet are evident and the "diagnosis" is very clear: climate change and its consequences. But luckily, youth have risen up worldwide to remind us that we still have time to act. From Tumaini we support the mobilizations of Fridays For Future and Youth for Climate and we remind you that you can also collaborate with the cause through an environmental solidarity trip. Don't look at us, join us! Climate change and its consequences The five most important consequences

Reyes and her children at the Nusa Penida project. This summer, Reyes travelled with her two sons, aged 21 and 22, to Indonesia. They collaborated in a project whose aim is to recover and protect the natural environment of the island of Nusa Penida. The experience has helped her to "sow a seed of solidarity" in her children and to get to know each other better, share incredible experiences and make unforgettable friendships. It was the first trip to a faraway place that you made as a family. How did the idea come about?

Post by Mónica Herreras, project coordinator We are traveling to Bolivia again and visiting new solidarity projects. Bolivia is a country where you can be in cities at more than 4,000 meters above sea level, tour the jungle, visit the world's largest salt flat or be fascinated by visiting Lake Titicaca, the highest in the world. It is where the indigenous essence of America is most noticeable Latina. We are going to tour it visiting projects related to the environment, animals and others of a more social nature. Volunteering in the Bolivian jungleWith Jill, coordinator of one of the

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