Gastronomy TVET - Writing a track record on Edukans' didactical skills training in a gastronomy project
|Name of organisation:||Edukans|
|Start - end date:||10/2015 - 12/2015|
|Team leader:||Stephanie Zwier|
|Value:||€ 1 325,607|
|Description of value:||Contribution from the Dutch National Postcode Lottery, In addition, a contribution was made to this programme by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Edukans' Learn4Work program|
|Donor:||Dutch National Postcode Lottery and Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
Training young chefs
The cooking schools of Buen apetito train youth between 16 and 28 in vulnerable and risk situations in El Alto, to become a chef and to promote the traditional cuisine through the (self-sustainable) restaurant linked to the cooking school. This will lead to a healthier lifestyle and an increase in the demand for locally produced food. With help of the Nationale Postcode Loterij (Dutch Lottery Funds), ICCO could enable 10 out of 12 cooking schools to train 3.000 young chefs.
An important role in this project is also dedicated to small-scale farmers of local products, who will profit higher incomes due to the increasing demand of locally produced ingredients. ICCO has always supported the producers in the highlands. Small producers who work with healthy products. Products that reflect the identity of the country and are part of the Buen Apetito project. (Photo: Buen Apetito catered healthy snacks during the kick off)
Being part of something bigger
Part of the Buen Apetito project, is also to raise awareness on the richness of Bolivian locally produced products, aiming at improving the unhealthy nutritional habits of the inhabitants of El Alto. To reach a broader social impact, Buen Apetito participates in the gastronomic movement ‘Movimiento de Integración Gastrónomico Boliviano (MIGA)’ initiated by ICCO South America and partners.
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