PUERTO ALMANZA

Ushuaia- Tierra del Fuego- Argentina

Fishermen give insights into theis lives

 

What is the project about?

Very close to Ushuaia is the fishing community of Puerto Almanza, men and women who have dedicated their entire lives to fishing now have the courage to work collectively to face the big companies that want to take them out of their territory. They came together to share their traditions with tourists and thus be able to defend and stay in their territory.

How is VSocial involved in the project?

VSocial is supporting all the training and training for the preparation of the tourism product in an associative way so that there is a common fund and can activate various economic vocations of the territory. 

VSocial supports them with knowledge transfer (trainings, workshops), advices and helps them that their tourism product fulfills international standards, focussing on sustainable tourism. In addition, the project receives visits from tourists via the VSocial cooperation partners. 

 

What impact does the commitment have?

We support 10 families of Puerto Almanza directly with this project.

 

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