These child-sized zamarros were designed by an indigenous friend who is a local Cotacachi artisan. For decades, his family has processed and dyed the leather naturally without using chemicals. These are top-quality artisanal products and the only handsewn zamarros made in Cotacachi. As durable as they are beautiful, they will last for generations. 

 

Information in Kichwa and English about the tradition of zamarros and the ancient celebration of Inti Raymi are included with each purchase to promote respect and understanding of the indigenous culture of Imbabura.

 

Ten percent of each purchase will be donated to the Wichana Foundation to support local community service projects. Prices range from $50 - $90 depending on size.  Contact us at info@wichana.org for detailed price list. Currently available for pick-up or delivery in Cotacachi and Otavalo.

Child-sized Zamorros (Chaps)

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    ABOUT US >

    Wichana Foundation was started in the fall of 2019 by Peter Bernstein, Sarah Cox and Urku Deborah May to support community-based programs in Ecuador that benefit the health, education and culture of community members. We raise funds through individual donations, grants and by selling artisanal crafts. 

    CURRENT PARTNER PROJECTS

    Mojandita Curubi Centro de Salud, a rural health clinic just outside of Otavalo  

    Muyumi Kanki Kichwa Cultural Center, an indigenous-led organization in Cotacachi focusing on the revitalization of  Kichwa culture and language

    K'allam'p, an indigenous-led project working to educate rural indigenous communities on sustainable farming techniques, nutrition and other public health issues. 

    It’s About Children, a volunteer-based scholarship organization dedicated to the education of underprivileged youth in Cotacachi. 

    Place of Hope, a volunteer organization providing breakfast and food delivery to hundreds of the poorest elders of Cotacachi and the surrounding communities.

    Siona Community of Cuyabeno fundraiser for emergency food and medicine for indigenous people in the Amazon region of Ecuador 

    The Wichana Foundation is a US tax-exempt organization (501(c)(3)) so contributions are tax deductible as permitted by applicable law.

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    T: 917-273-0360 

    E: info@wichana.org

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