For example, the district of Chipaya (department of Oruro) is inhabited exclusively by the descendants of the native population Uru-Chipaya, who have officially adopted a form of government based on their own customs and traditions. This intervention addresses the issues of the Chipaya people with a multisectoral proposal that includes: the management of territory and common goods (environment and infrastructure), governance of public services, enhancement of cultural heritage, local economic development through complementary initiatives of communitarian tourism.
*Data about COOPI’s achievements are based on its latest balance sheet
The situation in Bolivia
The results of COOPI
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