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A collection of videos from Argentina produced by the IAF and grantee partners

Even though Argentina is a country rich in human and natural resources, inequality and poverty are rampant. Marginalized communities are affected the most, which creates many challenges to civil society and grassroots development. The IAF seeks to give voice to these marginalized communities to overcome these challenges. 

 

Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia (ACIJ), in collaboration with residents of 10 irregular settlements in Buenos Aires, collected information on their limited access to the formal economy in order to identify resources.

 

Fundacion Pro Vivienda Social is working with neighborhood groups to improve housing conditions in greater Buenos Aires.

 

Red Puna y Quebrada is offering training, technical assistance and marketing services to indigenous Coya weavers from 16 communities in the province of Jujuy.

 

Yryapú Guarani Tourism is an initiative to enable indigenous Mbya Guaraní to engage in tourism as a source of income in the province of Misiones. Banco de Bosques is working with them.