- Instructor: Rene Cassells Martinez
- Students: 3
- Duration: 7 weeks
The purpose of this course is to train people with high technical-scientific quality and knowledge about good ancestral cultural practices in their environment and in sensitive areas such as watersheds and soil management. This course links Garifuna culture practices to food production, nutrition and agricultural practices in ecosystems of Central America and the Caribbean.
The training will allow student to be able to define, discuss, analyze, propose, formulate compare and innovate in spaces of civil society, private companies, NGOs and national and international government institutions.
This training is intended to empower the Garinagu people to protect, conserve and make rational use of rainforest ecosystem, resources and land uses and good practices from an agroecological perspective for food production under a Garifuna ancestral approach, Land Use and Food Production are fundamental sources of development in the Garifuna communities of the Central American region and the Caribbean.