Kachi (Salt in Quechua), is the new commercial brand of our Association of Hotel Entrepreneurs of Salt SAMAY HUASI - "ASESAN" which is currently made up of a community group of local tourism entrepreneurs in six communities surrounding the Salar de Uyuni, in the municipality of Colcha K.
Kachi is the product of ASESAN and is the commitment to work in the tourist industry, we offer services and unique experiences to tourists who visit the area of Salar de Uyuni, through rustic hostels built in salt. We have seen opportunities in tourism to show our culture and at the same time improve living conditions in our communities. Kachi is just proof of that!
The mission of Kachi, as well as that of each of our ventures and entrepreneurs is to connect, interact and offer people of different cultures unique services and facilities in the Salar de Uyuni area, generating unforgettable experiences.
CODESPA Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization that has been working for more than 30 years in 17 countries in Latin America, Asia, and Africa in International Cooperation for Development through 11 international delegations, the President of Honor S.M. King Don Felipe VI is committed to economic and social development. In this understanding CODESPA is constituted by a group of professionals and experts from different disciplines committed to the integral development (economic, social and human) of the poorest.
Our experience has allowed the design and implementation of innovative solutions in strategic alliance with public and private actors so that people of limited resources can integrate themselves into the markets of goods and services of their environment and improve their income levels in a sustainable manner in the time.
The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is part of the Australian Government's Global Development Assistance Program. The DAP was created with the purpose of providing Australian missions in the world with a flexible mechanism to assist activities that aim for sustainable development.
The objective of the DAP is to alleviate poverty and promote economic and social development while complying with Australia's international objectives. Special attention is given to the needs of minority groups, women and children. It has a participatory and sustainable nature, in addition to having a gender and environmental protection approach.