Yachay Simi is a project in partnership with rural Andean educators in Bolivia and Peru spearheaded by documentary linguist Susan Kalt since the early 2000s. The project has six main areas of activity: Language Documentation, Team Education, Creating Quechua Teaching Materials, Bringing Andean Wisdom to the US, Research Publications, and Rural Partnerships.
Since Quechua languages are widely spoken but also threatened, the Endangered Language Alliance is proud to serve as fiscal sponsor for these efforts to document and promote use of Quechua varieties in their contexts of origin and in urban and diasporic contexts.
Donations to the ELA for Yachay Simi should have this project in the subject line.
For more information please visit YachaySimi.org.