T’ikary continued: Elevating the voices of Quechua youth
Heritage and everyday lives

Anshela Paravecino Kehuarucho

Anshela hails from a rural Juyhuay community, in Yanatile, a subtropical zone in the Andes, renown for the widespread cultivation of coffee and avocado, crops which are grown in the small but productive farm in the region, run by her parents.

Anshela studied anthropology at the Universidad Nacional de Cusco and is thrilled about continuing her career in Rural Development Anthropology, her passion being to help others, that is why working as a facilitator in Mosqoy communities has been always her perfect space for development, also as another step in this journey of permanent learning. 

One of her personal objectives is to support her own community.   

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