Intercultural transdisciplinarity for public health in Latin America

Our project will create the conditions for a comprehensive, intercultural learning platform that considers both the concepts of traditional indigenous medicine and conventional biomedicine. It will sustainably empower local traditions, reduce social inequities, strengthen the right to health and education, and, thus, promote the establishment of peaceful and inclusive societies.

Countries of focus

  • Guatemala
  • Peru


Host and Partners

Depiction of the conformation of a TD working group, following the elemental cross pertinent to Peruvian and Guatemalan indigenous groups, representing balance in decision-making