Families of the SENA community benefit from activities focused on nature.
Nobodyzhda Novoa Chequemarca SENA Vaupés Journalist
The “Amazonian Motmot” Ethno Ornithology research hotbed of the Vaupés Region holds monthly meetings called SENA Kids, an activity where the children of our collaborators explore the wonderful world of birds.
These are the birds that tell their traditional stories.
"I really liked this activity about birds because we can see them and learn from their stories," says Ahinara Cardozo Hernández, a 7-year-old who participates in the event.
During these meetings, children and leaders of the hotbed develop playful-pedagogical activities. They recreate the traditional stories of the various indigenous peoples of Vaupés through myths, legends, and bird watching, raising awareness about the environmental responsibility we have as inhabitants of “the lung of the world.”
Carlos Mario Estrada Molina: SENA General Director.
Pilar Navarrete Rivera: SENA Head Office Communications.
Editorial Committee: Guillermo Martin, Karen Camacho y Fernando García.
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