Issue - September 2009



September 2009

Editorial

In this edition: Hayley Hewat tells us about how to promote social inclusion through dance Projects in Bolivia; Enrique Happ Football Club, more that sports by Dylan Rudloff; Alejandra Ramirez researches of women in the streets in Cochabamba; Finally we learn about some about of Cochabamba's great musicias from Walter Sanchezread more...

September 2009

Editorial

In this edition: Hayley Hewat tells us about how to promote social inclusion through dance Projects in Bolivia; Enrique Happ Football Club, more that sports by Dylan Rudloff; Alejandra Ramirez researches of women in the streets in Cochabamba; Finally we learn about some about of Cochabamba's great musicias from Walter Sanchez

The main objective of the cocha-banner is to promote different types of social work and happenings inCochabamba or Bolivia in general, many of which thepeople of Cochabamba and visitors are unaware of. Itis geared to help organizations, foundations and othergroups spread the word of the work they do.

If you would like to present an article to publish in the cocha-banner or have any comments please send it to our email address:

cocha_banner@yahoo.co.uk

Cocha-banner is sponsored by: Projects Abroad an international development organisation.

Ximena Noya
Editor

Dance: Making Way
for a Better Future?

Professionals joined by a love of dance and a belief in its ability to bring a community together and implement social equality, not only in cities but also in rural and deprived areas, have joined in the pursuit of making social inclusion a focus through dance. Projects in many different Latin American countries including Venezuela, Peru, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico and, of course, Bolivia, are being brought together for the IV Festival Internacional de Danza de Bolivia; united by the pursuit of similar goals. The dance circle in South America is very small, so this festival, being held from the 1st to the 5th of September, enables all the separate projects to find and create new initiatives. The multinational aspect of the festival is enriching, not only for Bolivian culture but also for the culture of dance.…

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