Rescuing traditions includes a series of workshops designed by several volunteers who worried about the conditions of the houses where the people of the Wayuú community live.
The workshops were designed by experts who accompanied us in the process of giving alternatives to improve their homes.
Taking into account that most houses where indigenous people live are made in Bahareque: a traditional construction technique that uses reinforced sticks with mud, certain problems surpass it as water filtration when it rains.
It is then that we offer them an option through modern techniques that can meet the needs that their homes must meet. However, we have to preserve the roots and traditions of the people because we also learn from them in the workshops.
The knowledge that is shared is the vital objective of this project that aims to preserve ancestral knowledge and leave a very broad legacy to future generations.