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Call for Volunteering Alimentatón

Call for Volunteering Alimentatón

The Peru Food Bank reinvents itself with its first Virtual Collection that will take place from 01 to 16 May. We know that many families have been affected by this difficult situation that we have experienced (Covid-19); however, we also know that solidarity breaks down barriers. For this reason, thanks to # Alimentatón we will be able to reach thousands of low-income families and provide them with basic food.


- Learn more about the requirements https://proa.pe/ong/banco-de-alimentos-peru/convocatoria-voluntariado-digital-colecta-alimentaton-2021
- Volunteering from May 1 to 16, 2021
- Registrations until April 22, 2021

Call for Volunteering Impúlsate Joven

Call for Volunteering Impúlsate Joven

Benefits: Certification for 30 hours of volunteering issued by the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima.
The training is also certified, for having taken the volunteer training program
“I am an agent of change ” issued by the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima.- Call for volunteers: April 26 to May 3.
- Volunteer training: May 5 and May 6
- Duration of volunteering: May 12 to July 2


- Register: Here

Call for Volunteering for georeferencing common pots

Call for Volunteering for georeferencing common pots

Manos a la Olla is an initiative of the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima that has been reoriented to bring humanitarian aid to populations in vulnerable situations. Georeferencing is the stage that gives rise to the entire initiative, since it allows identifying where the common pots are located so that through "Adopt a pot" the support they require can be managed and in order to make them participate in the training program for social organizations for food assistance and evaluation.

   

-Register here

Events

Webinar “Traces of the past: an approach from photogrammetry to reveal the spatiality in the Inca centers of Chinchaysuyu”

Webinar “Traces of the past: an approach from photogrammetry to reveal the spatiality in the Inca centers of Chinchaysuyu”

The spatial configuration of an Inca imperial center reflects the articulation and control strategies of the groups annexed to the Tawantinsuyu. Our research addresses the management of space in the Inca sites of Uquira and Piura from the analysis of aerial photographs and recognition with RPAs. The applied method reveals the superposition of the urban patterns that make up the final layout of these archaeological settlements. The results allow us to understand the transformation processes of Uquira and Piura, and to reevaluate the current interpretations of their spatial arrangements.

   

Exhibitors:

- Andrea Gonzales , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC

- Emily Baca Marroquín , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC

   

Date: January 29

   

Time: 5:00 p.m.

   

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/3a1SA9E

Free event, prior registration Via zoom