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Highlighting the Participation of Wekimün Chilkatuwe in the IX Chilean Anthropology Congress


The Intercultural Education Project carried out by the Williche Council of Chiefs presents diverse reports regarding gender equality, access to education, and the health of the Williche people of Chiloe.


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Members of the Canadian Team of the Wekimün Project Visit Chiloe


Academics from the University of Prince Edward Island the Laurentian University of Canada held work meetings with the team in Chiloe and participated in the IX Chilean Anthropology Congress in Castro.


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Minister of Social Development speaks about the fundamental importance of the Wekimün School


Public official, Marcos Barraza, learned about the progress that this project of Intercultural Education (developed jointly by the General Council of Williche Chiefs of Chiloé and the University of Prince Edward Island in Canada) has made in the Province.


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Students from indigenous island-communities register for courses at Wekimün


Three groups of youths have begun their studies at Wekimün Chilkatuwe in the programs of Intercultural Health and Sustainable Development and Intercultural Education and Sustainable Development.


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The Bilingual Intercultural Education and Sustainable Development program is built on three pillars of development: health, education and productive growth, and seeks to strengthen indigenous identity in order to achieve a better quality of life for individuals, families and their communities.

The Intercultural Health Program aims to train facilitators to respond to the need of uniting the traditional indigenous knowledge with scientific knowledge.

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“Wekimün School could become an important initiative to avoid the disappearance of indigenous communities”.