The lack of water is one of the main problems suffered by the native peoples in our country and most of the towns in the world. We have started different projects such as the construction of tanks with the capacity to provide the necessary water for domestic use and irrigation, the harvesting of rainwater, the purification of hard water through reverse osmosis and the expansion of existing infrastructure.

In turn, irrigation systems were planned and installed for cultivation in domestic and community gardens where pumpkin, melon, watermelon, beans, sweet potato, cassava, tomatoes, peppers, green leaves and fruit trees are produced.

In this way, the native communities and organizations are strengthened in their quest for food sovereignty, improving the domestic economies of this region.

Implementation of water tanks that allow the supply for consumption and irrigation of gardens in two chorote communities. La Gracia and Kates communities, Pilcomayo region. Salta.

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