Strengthening the productive and organizational fabric of vulnerable men and women in Districts 6 and 7 of the municipality of Sucre



In District 7, rural area of the municipality of Sucre and part of District 6, with more than 12,000 inhabitants, they have a population that mostly lives in extreme poverty, this situation causes a serious deterioration of its population, mainly children and girls under 5 years of age, women in pregnancy and of childbearing age having food insecurity as one of the main causes, where the quality of their food does not meet the minimum recommended requirements, which makes the majority of the population between 18 to 50 years migrate in search of better life opportunities to various cities where they also live in conditions of very worrying poverty.


Rural districts 6 and 7 of the municipality of Sucre, Oropeza province, Chuquisaca Department

Local Partner

IPTK (Tomás Katari Polytechnic Institute)


General Objective: Reduce the situation of poverty and exclusion of peasant families and with special incidence of women in rural districts 6 and 7 of the municipality of Sucre.

Specific Objective: Producers and producers of rural communities in districts 6 and 7 of the municipality of Sucre, strengthen their productive and organizational system, which allows them to improve their food security.

Leading population

(450 women and 325 men).

Project duration



Ay. Donostia (59.684€) and TAU


  • Promotion and dissemination of the project
  • Development of 8 training workshops on citizen rights, gender and new regulations
  • Monitoring and evaluation of training actions
  • Technical advice to grassroots social organizations in internal strengthening
  • Exchange of experiences of agro-artisan women
  • Development of 8 specialized training courses in artisan technique
  • Development of 12 Management, Organization and Marketing courses
  • Development of 10 courses in improved technology, agricultural transformation and marketing
  • Participation in 3 fairs and sales in local markets
  • Exchange of experience.
  • Production of traditional and alternative crops with improved technology.
  • Vegetable and fruit production through appropriate production technology
  • Development of training courses in nutritional food education PEAN
  • Eating practices with men and women
  • Training and updating of technical personnel
  • Follow-up and technical assistance for all project activities
  • Project administration and implementation.