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Weaving friendships. Empowering Communities. Highland Ecuador and Mali's Dogon Country.
Weaving friendships. Empowering Communities. Highland Ecuador and Mali's Dogon Country.

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Tandana would like to say goodbye, good luck, and thank you to Ximena Buller Machado. Ximena has spent the last year helping prepare for, lead, and follow up after volunteer programs in Ecuador as one of our two amazing Program Leadership Fellows. Ximena, thank you for all your hard work.
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Check out all the different ways you can help out Tandana from the comfort of your own home by being a virtual volunteer. http://www.tandanafoundation.org/virtual-volunteer-opportunities.html
Virtual Volunteer Opportunities
Virtual Volunteer Opportunities
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Help bring community members and volunteers together for work and for cultural exchanges as Tandana’s Program Leadership Fellow in Ecuador. http://www.tandanafoundation.org/internships-and-fellowships.html
Internships and Fellowships
Internships and Fellowships
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Another great picture from Tandana’s productive retreat.
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Our board members are hard at work on #tandanafoundation strategic plan!
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Today, at the annual board retreat in Mancos, Colorado board and staff members are working on Tandana’s strategic plan for the next five years.
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The finance committee meeting at Tandana’s annual Board of Trustees retreat in Mancos, Colorado working hard on all things related to Tandana’s financials.
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Everything is running smoothly at the grain bank in Dologou, Mali. The management committee has sold the original sacks of millet they bought and have now bought another 20 sacks to sell. The committee is also keeping good records.
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7/6/18
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The Olouguelemo Environmental Association’s tree nurseries in the villages of Gongo and Sandian in Mali are doing well. The nurseries currently have in stock 90 moringa trees, 27 tamarind trees, 126 pomegranate trees, 42 balanzan trees, 60 guava trees, 75 detar trees, 9 palm trees, and 55 custard apple trees.
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7/5/18
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