February 28,2017Life in the Altiplano
We are happy to report that Ichupampa is rising from the rubble left by an earthquake in August 2016. Thanks to you, the Sister Antonia Memorial Kitchen in Ichupampa is nearing completion. The Quechua Benefit team was onsite last week, and the building will be up and running no later than March 15th. Water and sewer lines are restored and a...
It all started at Kansas Airport, returning from being the the official colour checking assistant to senior US judge Jude Anderson during the US Futurity Show. We were joined at the departure lounge by Amanda VandenBosch, who had judged the show together with Peter Kennedy, and was now focused on her next mission, namely to finalise...
January 31,2017Life in the Altiplano
We are thrilled to release our newest video, “Searching for Siomera.” This short film tells the story of how one little girl became the inspiration for the Quechua Benefit Healthy Communities campaign. Watch to find out how this initiative promises to positively impact the lives of thousands of children in the Colca Valley and...
January 24,2017Peru Travel
I have created an itinerary intended for people who have visited Peru already, and probably visited the star bucket-list attractions. Based on my travels, I promise that there’s much to be explored in northern Peru. I have led small-group trips to southern Peru since 2012, but am itching to share a few secret places in the north, featuring...
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“llaqtakunaq atipayninwan, teqrimuyuta kuyuchisunchis”
When the villages work together, we will turn this world around
~ Quechua proverb
Let’s work together
With your help we can bring medicine, doctors, schools, and help to the Quechua people
“QB is taking aide directly to the people who need it without it being filtered through bureaucracies and a lot of money being spent for nothing. It’s very efficient and they make good use of the volunteers and the doctors. (more…)
“I loved the trip to the highlands, but it was hair-raising at times. The people up there are so tough, I just admire them so much!”